10 Trending Exterior Paint Colors of 2021
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Thinking of painting the exterior of your home? Whether you want to go classic or a little bit more bold, these trending exterior paint colors are sure to provide you with some much needed inspiration.

Painting the outside of your home is a big investment both in terms of time and money. For that reason, it’s important to choose a color that you love and will for years to come. And while you don’t need to keep it neutral just to appease your neighbors, it’s also a good idea to stick to exterior paint colors that blend in well in your neighborhood—especially if you’re planning to sell one day.

So, where should you start? We’ve compiled a list of 2021’s most popular exterior paint colors, plus simple tips for helping you narrow down your options and pick out just the right color for your home.

2021’s trendiest exterior paint colors

This year, modern design meets classic hues, with many of the top exterior paint colors offering up a touch of the unexpected without straying too far from traditional.

If you’re ready to mix it up, here are the ten exterior paint colors that are at the top of designers’ (and homeowners’) lists.

Warm White or Off-White

The top exterior house colors of 2021 are warming up the neighborhood, with many of them serving as warmer takes on your more common exterior mainstays. A great example of this is warm whites and off-whites, which keep it simple while also coming off a lot less stark than true whites.

Pale Gray

Gray is an excellent neutral paint color for a home’s exterior, and provides an interesting alternative to more standard go-tos like beige and brown. In the same vein as the warm options above, go with a warm gray instead of going cool, such as one that has some subtle sage undertones.


Sticking with gray for a minute, if you’d like to go darker consider pewter, a more richly saturated gray that falls somewhere in between a matte silver and charcoal. It’s bold without being too over the top, and an easy way to instantly bring older homes into the 21st century.


You’ve probably seen it, but are you brave enough to use it yourself? Opting for black for your home’s exterior is a guaranteed way to stand out and modernize your house. And because it pairs well with a variety of accent colors and materials, you don’t need to go all or nothing. Tone it down by going two-tone and pairing it with a creamy white, or use it as the perfect accompaniment to wood trim and detailing.


Sage is a relaxing, almost coastal hue, and a lighter take on other exterior greens and blues. It’s muted without being boring, and gives your home just a touch of color without going too over the top. It pairs especially well with white, but can also be used as an accent with other blues or greens—even deeper ones like navy.


A close cousin of sage, gray-green is in the same vein as the general warm grays mentioned above, just leaning a little more heavily on the green than the gray. It’s become a mainstay of farmhouse exteriors, but works equally well on most other exterior styles, including craftsman, modern, and Cape Cod.

Deep Blue

Another colorful option that still conveys plenty of warmth is deep blue, which is a lot closer to navy or a colonial blue than a classic blue. It’s a natural pairing with white trim, and a much-loved color that’s likely to stand the test of time regardless of where your home is located.

Light Blue

If you’re keen on blue but want to keep it light, then a light blue shade with a hint of gray or slate is a good way to go. Alternately, you could go with more of an overt light blue if you prefer a brighter undertone, but you might be a bit more limited on what other exterior house colors you can pair it with.

Barely-There Pink

Think pink won’t work on the exterior of your home? Think again! 2021 has seen the rise of super pale pink shades that toe the line between white and beige. The key to making it work is to look for an airy shade that you can pair with other neutrals, such as natural wood or white.


For a modern take on a brown exterior, go with a terracotta or another clay-inspired hue. These shades are inherently rich and warm, and give homes an earthy vibe that’s a lot more interesting than your everyday standard brown.


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