Do you have a favorite color house? I tend to like colorful exteriors as long as they’re not too bright. Today I’m sharing a collection of 13 blue houses with great curb appeal.
Craftsman style homes look good with a darker shade of blue, especially when paired with white.
Historic Victorian houses create a perfect canvas for going bold with color. A deep shade of blue is paired with cream, taupe, red, and just a touch of turquoise.
During a walking tour of Wheaton, IL, I spied this traditional beauty. A blue house always looks good on 4th of July with a Old Glory proudly on display in the form of a flag and porch bunting.
Seaside cottages lend themselves to a lighter shade of blue.
This historic home in Geneva, IL (where I grew up) has always been a favorite of mine. In addition to the playful color, I like the fish scale roof, too.
Here’s another craftsman style home looking dapper in two shades of blue.
There are so many shades of blue houses to be seen. Notice the mailbox on the porch in a complementary shade of orange.
Here’s another favorite historic home in Geneva.
Lots of detail on this lakeside home that wears a brighter shade of blue.
If you live in a row house and want it to stand out from the rest, paint it in a contrasting shade from the other homes. Dark blue is pretty and avoids being obnoxious.
The first home I ever owned was painted in blue and cream, similar to this stunning home.
Another Victorian home chooses a greenish blue for its siding color.
Blue houses look pretty on a European street, too!
What do you think of blue houses? Are they a yay or a nay in your book?
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