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10 weatherboard house colours

Are you looking for a weatherboard paint colour? I get asked often about my own house (further down) and so I went searching for other options to show you today. Of course these colours don’t have to be limited to weatherboard, they’d look good on render or brick. You might be after a grey, a green, a brown… below are 10 weatherboard house colour which may suit your style.

Check them out…

This gorgeous light and bright beach house is painted in Dulux Grey Pebble with a Colorbond roof in Windspray.

If you’re after a creamier/browner tone then this home above is painted in Dulux Oyster Linen for the weatherboards and Aspen Snow for the trims.

This large home looks stunning sitting in nature. The boards are painted in Dulux Milton moon. I think the Colorbond roof is Windspray (I can’t confirm that, but I am just guessing?).

You might have seen this home before on social media. It’s had a massive reno (not technically weatherboard, but still an idea for you!). The main colour is Taubmans Gibraltar Grey.

A nice traditional white and grey mix here. The weatherboards are painted in Dulux Tranquil Retreat and the pathway is painted in Ironstone (Colorbond colour).

Here is a home with traditional federation features. The boards are painted in Dulux Hog Bristle and the trims are in Dulux Whisper White.

This beach shack is beautiful! The green tones suit its natural environment. I’m in love. It’s painted in Dulux White box with the planter box behind the chair in Dulux Happy Days (great contrast colour).

Oooo I love this home above – what a crisp looking weatherboard. The boards are Dulux Mt Hikurangi and the trims are Dulux St Clair Half with a Surfmist Colorbond roof.

If you’re after a darker look then this home makes it work. The weatherboard exterior is Dulux Mt Eden, window trims Vivid White, and Shale Grey for the fascia.

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And finally, this is my own house. When the sun is on it (like in the photo above, which was taken ages ago because those hedges are now much bigger) the paint looks whiter and brighter, but when the sun isn’t as fierce it’s a lovely grey tone. I wrote more about my house here.

I love the grey/white tones. They are my favourite. Although I am being drawn to that green beach house too! If you’re after a WHITE interior house colour, then I wrote a big post with ideas over here too.

♥ KC.



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16 Comments

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    Megan Morris
    March 29, 2016 at 8:16 am

    Grant Porchy Liebelt look at this

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    Kel Cole
    March 29, 2016 at 10:41 am

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    Kasey
    March 29, 2016 at 12:55 pm

    These are all beautiful Katrina. Thankyou for this post. I think we are leaning towards weatherboard got our new home but I don’t know much about modern weatherboard. Do you always need to paint them? Or can you buy pre-colored board? How often would they need repainting?

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      Katrina
      March 29, 2016 at 1:14 pm

      Hi Kasey, look at Scyon linea boards. I have those. They have to be painted (they come with an ubdercoat). I predict they’d need painting every 10 years or so. 🙂

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        Kasey
        March 29, 2016 at 5:59 pm

        Thanks Katrina.

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    Joanne
    March 29, 2016 at 1:48 pm

    Hi Katrina! Thanks for the great article. Although we don’t have a weatherboard home we rendered the front of our home & painted it with Dulux grey pebble. As we have a terracotta tile roof the primrose garage door, windows, guttering, fascia & eaves look wrong!! Any suggestions on what colour to paint these to go with the grey pebble? Thanks in advance!

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    Janet Bragg
    March 29, 2016 at 5:27 pm

    Very similar!

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    Cath
    April 7, 2016 at 12:53 am

    The house with the crisp looking weatherboard is from the Dulux catalogue. They note the weatherboard colour as Dulux Miller Mood, and the trim as Dulux Lexicon Half.

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      Jacasta
      June 8, 2016 at 2:20 pm

      Yes, I saw that as well, Milton Moon on the higher pic also doesn’t look right (not blue enough).
      They are lovely pics nonetheless.

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    Cath
    June 8, 2016 at 2:49 pm

    Yes, that one looks more like Dulux Flooded Gum. We’ve got Dulux Miller Mood on our weatherboards, and it looks just like the one above (which is described as Dulux Mt Hikurangi) – it is a crisp grey that isn’t too blue or too brown. I love it!

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    Lisa Byrnes
    July 24, 2016 at 11:35 am

    Such beautiful colour schemes. I’m trying to match with a pale eucalypt roof. Any ideas for walls and trim without a country feel?

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    Alyx
    July 30, 2016 at 1:44 pm

    Thanks for the article. Really helpful Katrina! For those that are looking for the colours on the Queenslander, the colours are Dulux Miller Mood for the boards (not Dulux Mt Hikurangi) and Dulux lexicon Half for the trim (not Dulux St Clair Half). This house is featured in the Dulux catalogue which is where I discovered the correct names for the paint shades. Hope this is helpful.

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    Shad Morris
    September 21, 2016 at 11:27 pm

    I have been trying to come up with a new way that we could spruce up the outside of our home! I really like the look of the traditional white and grey mix on the house. It would really make the flowers on our porch pop! http://www.ramienstimber.com.au/products/cladding-and-weatherboards

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    Gail Sutherland
    September 29, 2016 at 3:52 pm

    Hi Katrina, our house was our holiday home now it is our real home. Built in 1950’s it is in Wooli NSW a beach town. I wanted to send you through a photo as not much is changing on the outside apart from boards horizontal half way up then plain the rest. Colour is not my strong point and the most we do know is we want white around windows and handrail on decking. A beach theme.

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    Emily
    October 30, 2016 at 11:04 pm

    Hi Katrina,

    Looking for a neutral green exterior scheme for our house – I love Dulux White Box and Taubman’s Misty Lake – do you reckon they will look good in a traditional Californian house with crisp white trims?

    Thanks heaps

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    Adelle & Peter Kenyon
    April 24, 2017 at 1:38 pm

    Hi Katrina,
    We have an old 1930’s Bach we are doing up at Waihi Beach and we are struggling to find a paint colour for the exterior, just looking through your top 10 selection and I “we” quite like the beach shack colour, I will be happy to send a photo of the old girl if you have a few minutes to help us with our selection process? and supplier?
    Kind regards,
    Pete & Adelle

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