19 Exterior Paint Colors Green Gray Ideas

House exteriors with greenish-grey shades have a natural and balanced look that can fit anywhere. If you live in the suburbs, these exterior colors tend to be common because of their practical color.

Green-gray shades are aesthetically versatile without the plainness of a neutral color: you can opt for minimalist decorations and architecture, or you can make it look homey and rustic with light brown or white trim.

Green-Gray exteriors are also relatively low-maintenance. They don't expose dirt easily so they look more polished and put together for more extended periods of time compared to light-colored exteriors.

However, you still need to pay attention to them so the quality of the material doesn't deteriorate. Make sure to inspect your exterior at least once every two weeks to ensure that there are no major dirt problems or scratches and dents that need to be fixed.

When pairing shades together, it is always best to go for pairings that can inject visual stimulation into your exterior. Green-gray shades tend to have a soft look, so you can use contrasting shades to add depth and dimension.

We have gathered 19 greenish-gray exteriors that can inspire you to go for this sensible and straightforward exterior design.

A modern new suburban Australian house, 19 Exterior Paint Colors Green Gray Ideas

1. Contrasting Natural Shades

Green-gray shades have a natural tone that makes it easier for them to pair with other natural elements. If you want to go rustic and pair your exterior with wooden accents, go with green-grey shades that have a slight blue undertone to tie the colors together.

This combination creates a modern but welcoming atmosphere. It has a sleek color, but the wooden tones add warmth to the exterior so it won't look too industrial or intimidating. This is ideal if you don't want a singular style and want a more unique-looking design.

2. Collonade Gray Exterior

Collonade gray exterior

Collonade Grey is grey-dominant, but its green tones make the shade warmer. The green tones can be accentuated further once the sunlight hits on it. However, without sunlight, the shade looks closer to gray. You can soften the look by incorporating light-colored trims and adding more wooden accents for a more visually appealing look.

3. Comfort Gray Exterior

If you want a color that has more visible green tones that are softened by grey, go for SW 6205 or the Sherwin Williams Comfort Grey. This color is ideal if you want a light color scheme. The green tones will be stronger once the sunlight hits the surface, so this is an excellent choice if you live in a sunny area.

4. Roycroft Mist Gray Exterior

If you want a more industrial look, go for Roycroft mist gray exteriors. The gray tones are more pronounced, but as with all colors, they will look different under different lighting conditions. Green tones can be more visible if the sun hits them.

However, if you want a bit of both regardless of lighting conditions, you can add another layer of coat to your exterior with light green shades. This can be challenging since you will need to prep the exterior first so the color will adhere.

5. Shade-Grown Exterior Color

If you want a darker greenish-grey shade, the SW Shade-Grown color is a good choice. The grey tones are less pronounced in this color, but it is present and you can see it softening the darker green tones.

This color is ideal if you want your home to have a solid look. You can emphasize it by incorporating dark accents or soften it with light or neutral accents.

6. Mountain Road Shade

Mountain road shade

Mountain Road is a great color if you want a soft color scheme. You can pair it with dark neutrals or wooden tones to make it look more welcoming. You can also pair it with white trim for a clean and cohesive color palette.

The green and grey tones are balanced with Mountain Road, so you won't have to worry too much about lighting conditions dampening its look.

7. Greenish Gray with White Trim

Greenish gray with white trim

This is a tried and true design solution with all greenish gray houses. White trims soften the look of your exterior and provides visual contrast against the green-gray tones.

Tgoether, they give off a charming appeal that leans into the cozy vibe of the suburbs.

8. Blue and Village Green

If you want cool bllue tones to balance out green-gray shades, pair bue with village green exteriors. Together, they make your home look refreshing and effortlessly chic.

Make sure to incorporate natural elements to tie the two colors together.

9. BM Gray Wisp with Brown Tones

The Benjamin Moore Gray Wisp gives off a soft look to the house. The soft green tones are emphasized under the sun, but even without sunlight, it still has a warm look that matches with soft color schemes.

Since it's a soft color, create contrast with brown or black tones to add depth.

10. Spanish Olive with Navy Blue Tones

True to its name, the Spanish Olive shade resembles the color of fresh olives. They give off a coastal and refreshing vibe, which is why pairing it with navy blue accents is an excellent idea.

With this pairing, visual contrast is right there on top of having a natural color scheme.

11. BM Elephant Tusk with Black Accents

The Benjamin Moore Elephant Tusk has a classic greenish-gray look that can be made more elegant when paired with dark-toned or black accents. The combination creates a timeless look reminiscient of classic vintage homes.

12. Greenish Gray with Brick Accents

Brick is a natural element that blends seamlessly with greenish-gray exterior colors. Brick gives a rustic appeal to the house and makes it more welcoming, and the red tones provide visual contrast to the contemporary appeal of the exterior.

13. Monochromatic with Carolina Gull and Milestone Gray

Creating a monochromatic color scheme doesn't mean you have to stick with plain and singular shades. With Carolina Gray and Milestone Gray, you can still create visual stimulation because of their contrasting tones even though they're made with similar hues.

You can tie up the exterior with wooden or white trim to create dimension.

14. Sea Sage and Secret Moss Exterior Color

Sea sage and secret moss exterior color

If you want to lean into a beachy vibe, go with sea sage and secret moss. Together, you'd barely notice the subtle grey tones since green is more emphasized especially with the right lighting. These colors have a more inviting look compared to other greenish-gray shades that have more pronounced gray tones.

15. SW Retreat Shade with Contrasting Accents

The Sherwin Wlliams Retreat shade has pronounced blue-green tones softened by subtle grey tones. It has a deep and solid color that can make your home look vibrant. However, if the color is too visually overwhelming, you can paint the trim with a contrasting hue to break up the green-gray color.

16. Saybrook Sage and Healing Aloe Shades

If you want a classic and vintage look, go with saybrook sage and pair it with healing aloe shades. Healing aloe can be painted along your trim or door, and saybrook sage could be your main exterior. Saybrooke sage has a soft tone that can make your house look effortlessly charming.

17. Acacia Haze Shade

Acacia Haze has a solid but industrial look. It has a natural rustic appeal, so you can pair it with rustic elements and accents as well as warm colors to inject vibrance into the exterior. In this color, gray is more pronounced, so you can emphasize the green tones by incorporating green elements like plants and shrubs.

18. Rushing River and Pewter Green

The Benjamin Moore Rushing River paired with SW Pewter Green can make your exterior look effortlessly elegant. The colors are instantly cohesive, and it would be easy to pair other colors with them to make them more unique and personalized to your aesthetic.

19. SW Silver Mist with Black Trim

Silvermist has a balance of both green and grey. Both colors can be visibly seen even with minimal lighting. If you want to accentuate these tones, you can pair the exterior with black trim.

Final Thoughts

It can be difficult to differentiate green-gray tones, but each one is distinct especially when you put them under the sunlight. This is why it's important not to rely too much on the swatch--it is still wisest to view each color in real life.

As always, make sure you create an exterior design that matches your personal preferences.

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