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Saturday, November 07, 2020

9 One-Story Houses Painted With Gorgeous Gray Color

Take note that first impressions last, so it is important to make an extraordinary one when it comes to your home! The façade is the first part of the house that guests or passers-by see, and the color is one of the most significant elements of the exterior. If you are looking for the best color to paint your house exterior, you will never go wrong with gray. Here are nine houses to prove that gray is beyond gorgeous designed and created by Taweechai!

House Design No. 1 — A two-color facade!

Combining color white and gray shades for your walls and roof may seem monotonous in the beginning, but as seen in this featured house, it can work quite nicely. The color gray is known to be a cool and neutral and it will blend well with a lighter tone such as off white or white without disturbing the balance. This house proves that white and gray go well, both inside and out. Take a look at the interior where walls are painted with clean white while the gray curtain is being used to break the monotony.  Indeed the uniformity of two colors that are put together is what best describes this house.

This house plan is a one-story residential house composed of three bedrooms and two bathrooms while the construction budget is more or less $60,000.

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House Design No. 2 —  A light facade with a darker roof

Gray and white tones work well when you do not want to choose a color on your own. Surely you can't go wrong with these classic colors. When combined with white, gray creates a welcoming and classic atmosphere in houses. In this particular example, the gray and white shades are used in the exterior while light blue is a choice for the interior. The classic combination of white with darker greys lends a beautiful impression to the onlookers. 

This house design number 2 is also designed with three bedrooms and one bathroom. The construction budget for this one is $37,000.

House Design No. 3 — Multiple shades of gray and orange

Using multiple shades of contrasting colors together can have a very rich and interesting effect. Not only does it give the facade plenty of colors, but it also attracts more attention because of the tonality and the hues, which gives the house texture and lots of feels. Combining two different colors with white is your best bet.  In this example, white and gray shades are combined with terracotta orange color on the outside. Similarly in the interior, terracotta matches the earthly colors of the wooden doors.

This one-story house is consists of three bedrooms and two bathrooms. As to the budget, you need at least $52,000.

House Design No. 4 —  An L-shaped one-story house!

The architectural style of houses is one of the other factors that you need to consider when choosing a color scheme of the residence aside from its size, position, and materials. This one is an L-shaped small house painted with gray and white shades that are so inviting and cool. The colors are calmer and relaxing in general. As they say, trends come and go but color gray is timeless and practical.

This house plan is composed of two bedrooms and two bathrooms. However, the two bedrooms can be adjusted into three. The construction budget for this one is more or less $52,000.

House Design No. 5 — A contemporary and gorgeous gray house!

The facade of a home sets the tone for the rest of the house. Therefore the colors you choose for the exterior walls are just as important as the colors you choose for the interior walls.  Just like this house for example, gray shades are used in the roof and the exterior while white dominates the facade and the interior wall.  Although it doesn't necessarily that it will have to match, there should be some continuation in the design in terms of tonality, hue, and contrast in the inside. So in this house, the bathroom uses gray tiles to match the outside.

Indeed gray is gorgeous in this contemporary one-story home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The construction budget of this one is $73,000.

House Design No. 6 — Another contemporary house painted with gray. Gray may sound like gloom and doom, but when used in moderation and combination with white, it can exude a contemporary style ideal for modern homes. This choice of colors is best for those who would prefer to blend in, rather than stand out in the neighborhood. 

This house plan is composed of three bedrooms and two bathrooms with a spacious terrace for homeowners to enjoy. The construction budget for this one is $72,000.

House Design No. 7 — Going natural and earthy in your modern house is easy. One of the most simple things to do is to add an earthy color or materials to your modern home. By using different materials like exposed concrete, brick, stone, and wood you can easily vary the colors of the exterior of your house. The owners of this house bricks material to decorate the exterior walls. Its dark accent makes it look even more eye-catching.

This one-story house is designed to have three bedrooms and two bathrooms while the construction budget is more or less $63,000.

House Design No. 8 — The combination of grey and white looks sleek on the façade of a modern abode. The architect of this house utilized varying shades of grey and white to deck up the exterior walls. Glass windows with black frames accentuate its beauty further.

This one is a modern style house with three bedrooms and two bathrooms while the construction budget is more or less $34,000.

House Design No. 9 — Grey combined with blue!

Grey doesn't necessarily have to be gloomy or dull. As we can see here in this house, there are happier shades of grey available as options. The grey on the facade here is almost purplish-blue actually, giving the house a nice cheerful outlook. The rest of the exterior is painted in bright white and blue to emphasize the happy shade of grey.  Although this house is simple in design, one can see how the vibrant blue color of the exterior walls makes this home outstanding and striking. It is also a good color choice for a countryside home surrounded by greens and blues of nature.

This modern home is composed of two bedrooms and two bathrooms ideal and practical choice for small families.


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