Tom Ramcigam (magicmarmot) wrote,
Tom Ramcigam

Playing with more color choices. I was a little unhappy with the color of the stucco on the upper part, until I hit on the multicolor combination. I like that considerably more than the solid color, and it makes it easier to hide flaws, not that I expect to have any flaws or anything.

The door color has been even more of a PITA. I played with a whole lot of combinations, from terra cotta to bright red to gray, and none of them really hit, they all looked way too outrageous. I finally hit on one of the tones from the stones to kind of blend it in, and I think it's a better fit-- the solid color of the door sets it apart enough from the texture that it's still pretty visible.

I'm liking the consistency of sticking with an earth-tones palette.
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