Color Explorer

Exterior and Interior Paint Color Scheme Ideas

Whether you are choosing exterior paint color ideas or you are looking for interior paint color schemes, finding the right paint colors can be challenging. That’s why our personal touch painting process is designed to put your mind at ease.

Our professional painters will provide your with a paint color fan deck to help you select your paint color schemes. Because we understand that sometimes you just have to see it on the wall, our painting crews will even bring over paint color samples that you choose and apply paint to the wall to test the color for your satisfaction… and you will have the ideal look you were envisioning.

Visualize Your Paint Colors!

If you are in the planning stages and not yet ready to work with  Painting Enterprises USA , here is a great tool to help you visualize your paint colors.

Sherwin William Color Selector

This color visualization tool is an ideal way to choose from over 1,500 Sherwin Williams paint colors.

Test your painting color scheme ideas without touching paint or a brush.

Of course, we’ll still paint a swatch on your wall to see the actual color in action before we complete your project, but this painting color visualization tool will save your time and money.

Valspar Paint Color Selector

Connect to the power in color to see how different colors can affect your space. Before putting brush to wall, take some time to explore the limitless color options Valspar offers.

Benjamin Moore Paint Color Selector

Discover the adventure of color. Create unique paint color palettes for your home. Keep pace with the latest trends and styles
in color.

Let us show you how to incorporate Benjamin Moore colors into your life. The only limit is your imagination.

Exterior Paint Color Tips

Picking exterior house paint colors can be a difficult, nerve wracking process. Here are a few paint color selection tips to help you with your choices:

  1. Check your home owners association or community to see if there are color palette restrictions for your neighborhood.
  2. Look at features of your home that won’t be painted like brick, stone, tile, and roof shingles. Your paint color scheme will need to work with those elements that will not be painted.
  3. Consider house paint durability. Dark colors can be a challenging maintenance concern, and may fade.
  4. Walk or drive your neighborhood for paint color scheme ideas.
  5. Once you have considered all of the above, you should try to narrow down paint color siding options to two or three. Our professional painters will help you test your color options.

Interior Paint Color Ideas

Interior paint color schemes can be as equally a nerve wracking challenge as exterior paint color choices. Here are a few paint color ideas to consider for your project:

  1. For interior paint color schemes, consider the colors of your furniture, flooring, and window coverings. Your scheme will need to work with these.
  2. Decide on the mood you want to create for each room. Lively, invigorating might? Cozy and intimate? These might be best expressed with reds, oranges, yellows, and beige. Serene? You might consider blues, greens, violets or grays.
  3. Will you want a monochromatic scheme based on a single hue with variations in lightness and darkness, for instance?
  4. Would you prefer an analogous scheme combining similar colors like red, orange and yellow.
  5. Another consideration is a complimentary scheme using opposing colors, creating contrast between warm and cool colors for instance.