{top exterior paint colors for your home}


This time of year, the paint experts at Hirshfield’s are busy helping customers select the best exterior paint color for their home. So I decided to ask Hirshfield’s color expert, Mark Masica, what colors he would choose as his top exterior color picks for the season. And the results are in!

Mark says the overall trend in exterior colors reflects colors that are found in nature. There’s just something about natural colors that Minnesotans relate to! These colors make us feel peaceful, happy and at home.

Grays with a warm undertone also remain popular for interior and exterior paint. Grays with warm undertones tend to look better on a home’s exterior throughout the year, as the seasons change.

Sage green is also a popular choice for exterior paint color this year. This color reflects the “nature” trend and looks great year round in Minnesota weather.

Here are Mark’s favorite exterior paint color picks:

Minneapolis paint

0561 Indian Hills

Hirshfield's paint

0568 Cloudy Today

Minneapolis paint

0574 Shark Fin

exterior paint colors

0372 Historic Shade

popular paint colors

0379 Orestes

*Paint colors may look slightly different when viewed on a computer screen.

If you are looking for more expert advice on choosing the perfect exterior paint color for your home, let Hirshfield’s come to you! Click here to schedule a Hirshfield’s exterior color call!

2 Responses to “{top exterior paint colors for your home}”

  1. {expert painting tips : painting plastic shutters} « Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    [...] Choose your paint color carefully: Be cautious when going darker with the color of your plastic shutters. Darker colors absorb more light, causing the plastic to warp and ripple. You can always go lighter with your paint color, but consult the manufacturer’s guidelines or an exterior paint professional when considering going more than a few shades darker. (Check out Mark’s picks for the best exterior paint colors for your home.) [...]

  2. Expert Painting Tips: Painting Plastic Shutters | allprocorp Says:

    […] Choose your paint color carefully: Be cautious when going darker with the color of your plastic shutters. Darker colors absorb more light, causing the plastic to warp and ripple. You can always go lighter with your paint color, but consult the manufacturer’s guidelines or an exterior paint professional when considering going more than a few shades darker. […]


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