490 repainted Exterior Design Photos

Geoff Chick & Associates
5 Reviews
Williams Residence
Ideabooks8,378
Questions12
depicted in the above photo? Brad, you said the color of the siding changed from SW Tradewinds to SW Misty. Was this photo taken before or after you repainted the Hardy Plank SW Misty? Also, can you specify the stain color and brand used for your 5:1 ratio of stain/paint mix for your shingles? Such a fresh
All exterior colors are Sherwin Williams. The original wall (Hardy Plank siding) color was Tradewinds (SW 6218) but we recently repainted the front porch and found it necessary to switch. After five years of sun, the color had faded to more of a blue-grey tone and the best match I could
bradwilliams All exterior colors are Sherwin Williams. The original wall (Hardy Plank siding) color was Tradewinds (SW 6218) but we recently repainted the front porch and found it necessary to switch. After five years of sun, the color had faded to more of a blue-grey tone and the best match I could
“like color, not garage doors” — jenzideas
Jim Burton Architects
4 Reviews
Mercer Island Entry
Ideabooks3,589
Questions4
properties, and is made in the U.S. They are more expensive than typical cement-board products, but can pay for themselves over time by not having to be re-painted every few years
properties, and is made in the U.S. They are more expensive than typical cement-board products, but can pay for themselves over time by not having to be re-painted every few years.
“cool grey industrial-look cladding , juxtaposed with glass and polished steel stanchion. like that r” — amaogbugo
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
Purple House
Ideabooks3,716
Questions1
brushPrimerPaint scraperRags4. The rest of the process is quite simple: Scrape, prime and repaint areas where the paint has been damaged. If the damage is on only part of a shingle or clapboard, be sure to repaint the entire piece, so the finish doesn’t look spotty.By the time the weekend is over, your
“blue house exterior” — karalperry
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Historic Victorian Exterior
Ideabooks3,911
Questions4
When You’re Repainting or RenovatingThere will come a time when an old surface with lead paint is simply too worn to leave in place, and when that happens, it’s definitely
a HEPA-filter vacuum attached, and properly covering a yard so that lead paint chips and dust do not end up in the soil when an exterior is being repainted.Tell us: Do you live in a pre-1978 home or love vintage finds? How do you deal with the lead issue?More: What’s the Deal With Radon?
“The old charm and porch...One day, one day...” — Alana John
Warline Painting Ltd.
14 Reviews
West Van Residence
Ideabooks1,809
Questions1
Ina VanTonder
“DON'T like this kind of terracing” — packalen
Renewal Design-Build
13 Reviews
Historic Whole House Renovation - Front Exterior of Bungalow
Ideabooks2,082
Questions1
AFTER: They aggressively stripped the siding, removed the loose paint and repainted. Having to keep the original siding had positive results. "The texture of the original boards adds a nice layer of patina and age," says architect
White and the window sashes are SW6992 Inkwell. The foundation is painted sw7019 Gauntlet Gray.” “stripped the siding, removed the loose paint and repainted. Having to keep the original siding had positive results. "The texture of the original boards adds a nice layer of patina and age," says architect
AFTER: They aggressively stripped the siding, removed the loose paint and repainted. Having to keep the original siding had positive results. "The texture of the original boards adds a nice layer of patina and age," says architect Michael Nualla.
“dd” — carolynharrold
Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
11 Reviews
Santa Cruz I
Ideabooks4,211
Questions6
8. Add landscaping. If your exterior paint went on brighter than you expected, but you don't want to repaint, try investing in landscaping instead. Lush green foliage and blooming flowers can go a long way toward helping your house fit in with its surroundings
8. Add landscaping. If your exterior paint went on brighter than you expected, but you don't want to repaint, try investing in landscaping instead. Lush green foliage and blooming flowers can go a long way toward helping your house fit in with its surroundings
“Wasn't what I was thinking....but except for the tile I do like it...” — kogando
r.o.i. Design
Modern Home Remodel
Ideabooks2,639
Questions1
lot of heat, which will get transferred into the house. But if you live someplace with cool temperatures most of the year and don't mind having to repaint the exterior more often, this would be a striking exterior color palette option.
“this is pretty awesome but wouldn't want it as my house maybe a spare house, warehouse or something” — missladycrow
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