What color will match mustard exterior wall paint?
green and blue
24 people found this useful
Do exterior walls painted with a dark colored paint require repainting more often that walls painted with a light colored paint?
Dark Exterior Paint . Dark exterior colors absorb heat and ultraviolet rays which are both very oxidizing elements therefore dark exterior finishes generally chalk up soon…er and require more frequent maintenance
Mustard is a hard color to match with but i found a couple of choices: . lime green . red . aubergine . emerald green . white . peach pink Hope this works out for you!…!
Earthy tones generally look nice with mustard. If it's 'gold'ish, then light blues are also nice. Deeper shades might look well with oxblood and burgundy.
Try to pull out colors from any furniture in the room such as your couch or chairs. If you dont have furniture yet then try a brown or a dark green. You want something darke…r than the walls though or they will stand out too much.
As you have not specified the room you are painting ... In a kitchen - cupboards etc in mustard - white, pale green, taupe, beige, or in a VERY small, bright room, try blac…k. In a living room - with furniture and/or window coverings in mustard - white, medium green, tan, (warm) browns, or a wallpaper in a toile (black and white or one with deep yellow in it). In a bedroom - linens and window coverings in mustard- Feminine - a toile wallpaper (black and white or one with dark yellow in it). Use lots of lace, and white linens to make this work. Non-gende r use a medium (or dark if you are adventurous) blue with lots of white trim and accessories. Masculine - a warm brown faux leather feature wall with or without wainscoting on the remaining walls (same faux finish below the chair rail) and a warm cream colour on the remaining walls (or above the rail). Or try one of the medium to dark greens with lots of wood and leather accessories. General (safe) - use a dark cream, a light or medium green, or tan.
by adding 4 drops golden yellow colour +1 drop brown colour + 1/8 drop black colour = perfect mustard colour
Navy blue, black, red, maybe some shades of purple and green.
Yes, you can. Just add other colours of the same base.
I can imagine that a cool (not reddish) brown will look nice, mid-dark. It depends a bit on the rest of the interior (is there wood in the room? Then match it to the wood) … Other suitable colors: light or dark grey, eventually toned towards other color elements in the room.
Matches? Green matches. To harmonize with green, try a violet or a variant of yellow. A brownish red could be attractive, as well.
Use a citrus based stripper that will cling to the wall and allow it to work overnight. However, an easier option would be to paint directly over the exterior paint with a goo…d quality interior latex paint.
Muptily the height x width then subtract any window or door opening using the same height x width method. This should give you a close per gallon needed based on the coverage …of the paint.
Off white, because this is the only colour that reflects all light and absorbs no rays in visible spectrum.