15 Exterior Home Color Combinations Sure to Impress

By Toll Brothers 2 minute read

Whether you’re purchasing your dream new construction home or preparing to update your existing one, considering the exterior home colors is crucial. Your home’s exterior is the first thing you and your visitors will see when walking up to the front door, so you want the look to be just right. There are many different color combinations you may want to consider based on the architectural style, materials used, or the surroundings of your home.

Scroll through a variety of Toll Brothers homes, ranging from modern farmhouse to modern to craftsman, all with unique exterior color combinations. And when it comes to your home’s interior colors, feel free to explore How to Choose the Perfect Color Palette for Each Room.

 

1. White painted brick entry and courtyard are in striking contrast to the deep blue board and batten modern farmhouse.

A modern farmhouse with a blue and white exterior color combination.
Surprise, AZ

 

2. Gray-blue shutters with red door for a traditional feel with craftsman detailing and white board and batten cladding.

A white Toll Brothers house with a contrasting red door and blue shutters.
Sanford, FL

 

3. A modern farmhouse with warm masonry across the first floor and a cool blue vertical siding on the second floor are balanced by the dark window and roof colors.

A modern farmhouse home with a blue exterior color.
Aldie, VA

 

4. Modern design in a warm dark green with entryway in a textural contrasting natural wood shiplap cladding

A modern design home with a dark green exterior and natural wood shiplap.
Redmond, WA

 

5. Bright green Craftsman beveled cladding home with light grey shingles on the second floor and a porch with white columns and stone bases.

A craftsman style home with green and grey shutters.
Myrtle Beach, SC

 

6. Bright colored turquoise blue entry door on a dark graphite shiplap and stone Contemporary.

A contemporary Toll Brothers home with a bright turquoise exterior door.
Herriman, UT

 

7. Exterior home colors can be subtle as highlighted in this neutral color shake home with stone wainscot and terra bronze metal roof accents.

A neutral color shake Toll Brothers house with stone wainscot and terra bronze roof accents.
Mahwah, NJ

 

8. Dark red modern farmhouse with board and batten mirrored in the design of the stone courtyard with dark simplistic arbor.

Modern farmhouse with a dark red home exterior color.
Surprise, AZ

 

9. Classic style modernized with painted white brick and dark trim.

A Toll Brothers home in Texas with a white painted brick and dark trim exterior.
Westworth Village, TX

 

10. Dark metal canopies compliment the warm contemporary masonry.

Fountain Hills, AZ

 

11. Craftsman style white trim highlights the home’s dimensions with contrast on the deep red horizontal and vertical cladding.

A craftsman design with a white and red exterior home color combination.
Murrells Inlet, SC

 

12. Crisp all-white modern farmhouse with board and batten, clapboard siding and a stone centralized porch.

An all-white modern farmhouse exterior.
Tega Cay, SC

 

13. Mediterranean warmth with terracotta roof tiles and natural wood doors.

A Toll Brothers mediterranean home design with terracotta roof tiles.
Orlando, FL

 

14. Soft neutral exterior and roof color complimented by gray aqua doors.

Exterior of a Toll Brothers home with gray aqua doors.
Lakewood Ranch, FL

 

15. Hill Country stone and stucco home with timber structural detailing and painted metal roofs.

A stone and stucco home with painted metal roofs.
Austin, TX

 

Explore many other exterior home colors by searching for the perfect home in your area on TollBrothers.com.

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Toll Brothers, an award-winning FORTUNE 500 company founded in 1967, is the nation's leading builder of luxury homes. Embracing an unwavering commitment to quality and customer service, Toll Brothers currently builds in 24 states nationwide, and is a publicly owned company with its common stock listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: TOL). For six years in a row, Toll Brothers has been ranked the #1 Home Builder Worldwide on the FORTUNE Magazine "World's Most Admired Companies®" list.* Toll Brothers also has been honored as national Builder of the Year by BUILDER magazine, and was twice named national Builder of the Year by Professional Builder magazine.

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