We stopped by to see Glen and Erica after one of our North York Stucco Contractors just recently finished their stucco project.
We helped them find their contractor and just wanted to follow-up to see how everything went.
“We love our new home, the stucco looks great and the moulding work is seamless. Our contractor explained everything they were doing and aside from a few rainy days, stuck to their timeline and we were really pleased with that.”
And we love this home too. We’re big fans of keeping both the colour of the stucco wall and mouldings the same. It has a calming effect and really works well in light gray.
But what if it were another colour? Say a dark brown, would it give the same effect? In our opinion, not really. We feel when a homeowner chooses this technique, a light hue is the best route to go. This will allow the shadows, midtones and highlights to properly interact with each other since the base colour is light. If it were dark, all three would get mixed in together and create a chaotic visual. While it may be bold, it will be for the wrong reasons.
That’s not to say we don’t like when the stucco and mouldings are different colours, we do as long as the combination works. We have a page dedicated on how to choose the right stucco colour and texture for your home. You can find that on our main website at http://stuccocontractors.ca/colours_textures.html.
And if you need advice, please give us a call a toll-free, 1 (888) 260 8899. We’ll be glad to assist as best as we can. But at the end of the day, you’re the one who will be coming back to your home every night so first and foremost, you should be pleased with it. Not your neighbours.
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