When building a shed, it is often only the inside we give most of our thoughts too. After all there are important decisions to make including the size, flooring, lighting, ventilation and shelving just to name a few. However, have you considered the importance of the colour of your shed?
While you may be planning to spend most of your time inside your shed, the exterior is constantly on display at your home or property. There are a wide range of colour options to choose from when building a shed. Read on to learn how to help decide the best colour shed for your home or property including:
- Consider existing colours around your home
- Choose a colour theme
- Use visuals to help you decide
Consider existing colours around your home
When choosing a colour for your new shed, consider existing colours around your home including fences, the colour of the external walls, the colour of your roof and the colour of plants and flowers. You may choose for a shed colour to compliment these existing colours or go for a contrasting colour.
Choose a colour theme
Choosing a colour theme for your new shed will help to narrow down your choices. If you know you would like your shed to be a light shade then eliminate all the colour choices that are medium or dark toned to make the choice less overwhelming.
Use visuals to help you decide
To gain a better understanding of what your new shed will look like, use a visual to help decide. Visit a showroom to see sheds on display in your chosen colours or take a photo of the exterior of your home and picture your shed in the chosen colour for inspiration of how it will look.
Looking to build a new shed? Call the team at CPR Outdoor Centre Patio and Sheds for a FREE quote
To speak to the professionals about adding a shed to your home contact the CPR Outdoor Centre Patio and Sheds team today. The team at CPR pride themselves on providing excellent customer service in a friendly and professional manner.
Servicing Bunbury, Busselton and the South West call in and see the team at 67 Halifax Drive, Bunbury or phone 9726 2311.