Painting Houses

Painting house interior

The styles of painting house interior outside is a great detail that gives personality to your home . If you want to add some extra flavor to your home, you could add a red roof. There is a wide range of different styles that you can incorporate both the roof and the rest of the house even if you already have in mind a clear idea of a “red roof”. Note that it is always a good idea to explore your options.

Monochromatic Style
The style is monochrome when one color is used throughout the schema. For example, you could paint the whole ceiling and the outside of the house red. However, you do not have to use the same shade of red to do the job. The roof could be a light red and the rest of the house a darker red or a brick tone, for example.

painting house interior

Chessboard
The checkerboard roof follows the design of this game. The roof shingles alternating colors, so you could have a red or black then another red switch ranges on the roof. You could also move this design throughout the house, which would be easier if it was brick. Even if the bricks are placed with a monochromatic design, you can always paint over to create the appearance of a checkerboard.

 
Contrasting colors
Red is a, appealing to the eye dominant color. As a result, the red roof can actually change and transform the perspective of the eye to the other colors in the house. A gray or brown discolored could appear more green, creating the design of a Christmas tree in the viewer. Therefore, it is best to choose a color that contrasts well with the red roof, like a deep, woody brown for a look of redwood.

Unpainted
One option is chosen by some owners just do not paint the outside of the house, but only do so with the roof. This is more common if you have a material outside that already has a good color, such as brick or vulcanized fiber, where there is no need to paint over. Is not always an option if you want to paint, simply use materials that are already color you need.