16+ Pics of Yellow-green-painted Small House Exterior Design (104 sqm)

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Yellow-green painted house exterior with a splash of granny orchard green and salsa night red, with the doors, window sills, and edges lined in white.

The colors we choose to paint our house reflects our personality and preference. Especially the exteriors, where, this is mainly what others see on a daily basis. The yellow and red combination is both warm colors and the touch of green which is a cool color played it soft. Not the usual color combination on a color palette, however the touch of cool color (green) compliments the warm color of yellow and and red. Yellow as a color is attached to a jolly and sun-shiny personality. The owner having this on his exterior can somehow show that he projects this type of personality.

The white painted trimming provides an effect of prominence. It adds distinction, drama and line to the exteriors.

The balcony again showcasing the play for mixed warm and cool color, by the red painted steel grills and the monochromatic colored circular design mosaic tiles in hues of green and yellow and blue. Giving the balcony enhanced space and pattern.

Whilst the outside was played bold, the inside was given a rather subdued and old school charm. Plain painted walls in off white and accentuated with a feature wall in natural stones. This type of wall was used on the interiors, in between the late 50’s to early 70’s architecture, wherein most walls are built in stones. It gives the interior of the house a more stable and cozy feel. Giving it a more rustic, pre-colonnial era drama. The glass, wood and stones combination gives the room texture as well. It also becomes a focal point in the room. These interior can provide a great play for the owner in putting in furniture and fixtures. It can be played with, either modern minimalist or can also have heavy and bulky furniture.

The feature wall was extended to the kitchen wall and was given a compliment by the countertop in black tile. The cabinets as well are black with brown shellac on the louver doors. The louver doors being another theme that was prolific of the 70’s era.

The bath as well is another room to gush awe to. Carrying to the theme, it’s tiled in reddish brown and off-white. Warm and cozy.

Ample natural lighting was given by glass the windows and doors. Having most of the walls painted in off white, we can actually look forward to the walls having richly colored and heavily textured curtains. Or one massive wall art painting. It can as well have a built-in cabinet to house the entertainment area or book or sports collection.

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Photo Source Kriangkrai Ngamwong

Thus, we can say, that having this interior, we can actually expect great power plays in the furniture and fixture, as well as the lighting and curtains. Altogether, giving the owner more ways to being creative, and more ways to express his personality.


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