7,967 Palladian Blue Exterior Design Photos

Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
River Dunes Captain's House
Ideabooks17,924
Questions19
This is still my favorite idea house out of all of them. Can you direct me to where I can find the haint blue paint color that was used on the porch ceiling? Thank you.
Are balcony and lower level ceilings painted haute blue? Traditionally are both or just upper level done?
I'm afraid I don't have a record of the exact color. One that we use often, though, is Palladian Blue by Benjamin Moore.
Traditionally, southern porches are painted haint blue -- to ward of insects and, as some believe, haints (ghosts!). There is no hard and fast rule, but these are both painted blue.
Hardie Plank 7.25" Smooth Lap in Sailcloth. Porch ceiling Ben Moore Palladian Blue
white against grey, white columns and blue ceiling on porches, b
“Front porch style with French windows/doors” — catmcafee
DawnElise Interiors
31 Reviews
Extensive Home Remodel
Ideabooks46
Questions1
what color was used on the exterior of this home. Very pretty soft tropical blue it looks like. Please let me know. Thanks, Eva
Hello! Thank you so much for the compliment. The color really is one of my favorites both inside and out, it is Benjamin Moore Palladian Blue HC-144. I hope it looks as beautiful on your house!
“Palladian blue” — 5200
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Fish Camp Beach Cottage
Ideabooks912
Questions2
Shutters French quarter green. Inside homestead green cabinets, Ceilings palladian blue Benjamin moore
“Like” — grannychick
Design+Develop
Lueders Limestone exterior
Ideabooks79
Questions1
Front Door Wythe Blue
Or palladian/wythe blue...
the blue color door...blue door...Blue color
“the blue color door” — karicaden
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Front view from entrance
Ideabooks6,167
Questions15
5. The Palladian window. Surely, Palladio would weep if he saw just how ubiquitous and poorly scaled his namesake window has become. It's not that these aren't terrific windows, it's just that they've become a cliché.Solution (shown): Look at using a Palladian window in context. Properly
Palladian windows. Named after Venetian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio, these three-part windows, with a central light capped by a semicircular fanlight and flanked by a pair of sidelights, are common. They typically appear either on the second floor centered over the front door or in front or
“Is double column too much??????” — Hickory Hill Builders
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2005 showcase
Ideabooks6,121
Questions7
I am interested in this plan, can you give a sample of the floor plan and pricing details for the blue prints. Also will you make changes if requested?
Palladian window, shutters, presence of home
window placement, everything about this design makes us focus on the middle, or center line. By drawing our eye to the center and then up to the Palladian window, the front of this house appears prominent, elegant and, yes, static.
In contrast to the previous examples, clapboard siding with prominent pilasters defines this carefully detailed house. A Palladian window focuses attention above the entrance, and stout chimneys pierce the center of the hip roof.An ironic flexibility exists within the Georgian
“driveway” — grandviewhomes
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks3,542
Questions5
Try Benjamin Moore BLUE JEAN 2062-50. It's a slightly-greyed blue which would look beautiful in sunlight.
Jazz 809"” “Door - Blue Jean or Blue Jazz”
shingles and metal roof and blue paint
Blue Cape Code Doors "Soft Jazz 809"
Door - Blue Jean or Blue Jazz
Benjamin Moore blue paint for potting
do I like this blue trim?
2. Blue Door With Light, Natural SidingThis weathered siding serves as a great backdrop for the pretty sky-blue door and window frames. As in the first image, the pop of bright blue color enhances the simple, classic architectural style of the
“Blue jazz” — pkatzzz
Newgard Custom Homes
3 Reviews
North Shore Custom Home
Ideabooks343
Questions1
like how they added woodwork to make the palladian window look different
Palladian Gothic Top Side Lights
Palladian window
“love the stone!!!!” — yvonnecanada
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