Again thank you so much Laurel! Oh, I had such huge ambitions for this post. Note: Because this color is made by Benjamin Moore, ;] and they have too many colors, (IMO) And, someone was asleep (or drunk) there are two Wythe Blues. A tool shed? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. There is nothing that evokes the old fashioned feeling of age than a weathered barn, painted red, faded by years of sun and rain. Above is a red brick wall. Water-based paints are much easier to clean. Keep the brick walls along the steps and re-clad the steps in pale grey stone with darker risers. Eve, who also has interesting things to say about colour names, uses Rhett Pumpkin paint – a muted Terra Cotta. The paint must be of high-quality, more stable, and durable. It’s fun being part of the community you’ve created here Laurel!ReplyCancel. It might be one to explore.ReplyCancel, Good morning Laurel, Excellent color for exterior description offering southwest appeal. I really like natural brick on Southern homes.ReplyCancel, Shoji white trim and Urbane bronze door and shutters look lovely on red brick especially with bricks that have some dark brown, oranges and dark purple tones mixed in.ReplyCancel, Shoji is Sherwin Willams. This is some sort of stylized Corinthian capital and doesn’t feel in keeping with the rest of the home which is quite classic. I hope you don’t mind my suggestion.ReplyCancel, Not sure I’m following that, but I think you’re saying that in one guide I mention that soot is really a navy blue and in the other one, I don’t. I think they should try and achieve that look – not sure how but I can just see something like that with all that beautiful land and gorgeous trees around.ReplyCancel, As usual, your suggestions are perfection. (Years ago on another brick house, we used BM colors Abingdon Putty, Providence Olive & Hancock Gray.) It’s notoriously tricky to get it right. Some days ago, we try to collected pictures to … Maybe it’s easier to see in real life. ;]. When it comes time to stain again, it will be a lighter color. And I’m so glad you’re keeping the red brick. And what looks like a soft white inside, can be blindingly bright outside. This is a very pretty home! I’m anxious to hear what you suggest for the gable. In the HSL color space #7c0a02 has a hue of 4° (degrees), 97% saturation and 25% lightness. So far over the last year the paint looks like day 1. And if a whole red room feels a bit too much, a little splash of red will make a big impact—on a front door, on the inside of a closet, or as an accent wall in a neutral room that needs a little oomph. I think it offsets the red nicely and is a pretty classic look. Alas, I am going to listen to my inner mother and break it up in two parts. Just saying what my preference is for this home. View interior and exterior paint colors and color palettes. In dining rooms it can be very dramatic. BM Wythe Blue (HC not CW) or Palladian Blue are nice options.ReplyCancel, I am interested in hearing more about updating a red brick home. Some of it is badly done and it requires much more maintenance. Ugh! And, Sunday’s post is about the best orange paint colors. Pair this paint color with other washed-out desert tones, tan paint color, coral and aqua for a beautiful result. My home, also in Georgia, is in a large HOA-managed neighborhood filled with 90’s brick homes (in a variety of reds & tans) and we are not allowed to paint our brick (citing concerns of neighbors doing a shoddy job or too many doing it in one area & creating an imbalance to the general uniformity of the neighborhood). After reading this post, I pulled up my copy of the Ultimate Paint Palette and Home Furnishings Collection and…sure enough…you told us Soot was blue! ;]. You can see that color inside this beautiful home featured a little over a year ago. My home is also a red brick ranch and I wouldn’t paint it. The grey on part of the shed gable looks right. Behr 1 Gal Red Barn And Fence Exterior Paint 02501 The Home Depot. I would personally remove them completely. If you take a photo of your home, you could try filling in that space with another color. I just quickly did that and tried the off-white and it looked odd. The same red will look completely different on a sunny versus cloudy day, front, back or side lit, facing north or south. Very ironic. Many people choose a classic barn red for their home as well. I love a deep green, almost black, with brick, as well. Am I wrong in assuming it needs to breathe? And we also have these barn paints that achieve a gloss finish. Happy, happy happy!ReplyCancel, Great post Laurel! Just my opinion, of course.ReplyCancel, This home is beautiful! The two-page spread with first the exterior then second the hall and stairwell shows spaces that have a ‘spine’ relationship. I use the red which is the perfect tone of "barn red… And, I think the house will look better as well. Barn red / #7c0a02 Hex Color Code. I’m not sure of the difference, however.ReplyCancel, Hi Laurel, I like that the porch has a defined lintel across the top of the columns, so many houses omit that. I don’t mean to yell, it’s just that I see so many examples of exterior paint ideas where either there is no brick, or the brick is painted. I suppose the obvious answer is to paint it a light color. I agree with you on your recommendation of charcoal or black as the best colors to use with brick. Try something … Punch up your exterior with small doses of red on shutters and doors against a more neutral base such as white or cream. Thanks again for your wonderful posts.ReplyCancel, I must be an oddball, but I find the brick exterior of MJ’s house to be beautiful. Whether it's an energetic shade of fire-engine red or a soothing muted coral, red is one of the most popular color for front doors. I love this tool! Satin finish known as silk offers low shine. ReplyCancel, For me, nothing goes better wth red brick than bright white! Above and below are two more favorite dark gray/black colors. Very nearly black, but with some green to play off the red/orange of the brick. Ask yourself first what type of surface to cover and what is the quality of the surface you intend to paint? Classical style columns always look odd to me when painted anything but light colors, except for maybe simple Tuscan or box columns. The first thing you need to pay attention to is the quality and richness of the paint. Choose those paints that have higher coverage, this can be seen on the packaging how many square meters a particular color cover. Energetic, warm, and strong, red has the power to evoke a multitude of emotions. Laurel Bern Interiors/Laurel Home is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees, by advertising and linking to amazon.com and other affiliate marketing companies, © 1996-2020 Laurel Home © 1996-2020 Laurel Bern Interiors, Inc. All Rights Reserved | ProPhoto theme |ProPhoto Photography Theme |TEMPLATE BY: H2 BLOGS, © 1996-2020 Laurel Home © 1996-2020 Laurel Bern Interiors, Inc. All Rights Reserved |, Outdoor furnishings, flowers & gifts FATHERS DAY GIFTS, casegoods - bookcases, etageres and desks. VOCs are solvents that are released into the air while the paint is drying. Audubon Russet.
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