House Paint Colors

In Pueblo Colorado


Once you decide it is time to paint your home you then start the process of picking out the colors.

With SO many choices of colors, it can be a laborious task. But it doesn't have to be. It can be GREAT Fun!

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  • Houses

  • Apartments

  • Condos

  • Multi-units

  • Interior

  • Exterior

  • You Name It, We Got You Covered

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House Painting In Pueblo CO


Some believe painting the exterior of their house in Colorado can be challenging but the experts at
Pueblo House Painters have been doing it for many years.

The average temperature in Colorado is right around 43.5 degrees Fahrenheit and usually getsover 300 days of sun a year.

Most professional painters will tell you even in winter if the temperature is at least 35 degrees they’ll start painting late morning after the sun has warmed up the surfaces and they’ll quit at mid-day to let the paint cure.

Although most say the best time of year to paint in Colorado is early summer and early fall because of minimal fluctuations in temperature, painters can work all year round, even in Colorado.

Just remember, you can’t force exterior painting in winter or you’ll have issues further down the line.

The best advice might be don’t try to paint anything when conditions aren’t right.

Interior House Paint Colors

Are you tired of looking at the same old boring walls in your kitchen?

Do you keep moving your living room furniture around but still can not seem to get that perfect look you want?

Maybe changing the colors of your walls is exactly what you need.

Perhaps it is just that inner child in you pushing you to test those desires for change.

We all change over time and what better place to demonstrate that than the interior walls of our home where we spend the majority of our time.

Here’s where you can let your creative juices flow.

The colors we pick for the interior of our home can reflect what we think and feel about a particular room or what we want others to think and feel about it.

Read more on interior painting here>

Interior Paint Colors

The safest and probably most popular colors to pick are the whites because they go with most other accent colors and colors of accessories.

Sherwin-Williams has a great

variety of white shades like:

All Image Credits To: Anita Yokota.com

Pure White SW 7005


Which is a bright white and will fit in with most bold accent colors.

Spare White SW 6203


A creamier white that works very well with this smoky blue pictured here.

Extra White SW 7006


This bright white gives a modern and clean feel next to these desert inspired furnishings.

Snowbound SW 7004


If you don't want the stark white, this one has a bit of beige undertone to in and is perfect with wood wall paneling here.

Gemstone Inspired Colors


Sherwin-Williams colors are not just about safe colors, they also can appeal to the more adventurous among us with these gemstone-inspired colors:

Credit content and images: Sherwin-Williams Blog

Crystalline SW 9691


Crystalline stones are said to boost immunity and restore balance and this paint color in your room(s) may just do that for you.


Holiday Turquoise

SW 0075


Turquoise helps with one's personal alignment and promotes positive thinking and self-realization. The spirit of this energy might go well in rooms where communication is encouraged.

Ruby Shade SW 6572


The spirit of ruby red is one of positivity and passion and expels much negativity. Many rooms in our home could benefit from this vibrant hue.

Frosted Emerald

SW 9035


Emeralds are known to inspire growth and stimulate the spirit with their restorative and encouraging powers. An energy of well-being and motivation might be welcomed in a space with this hue.

Tigereye SW 6362


This gemstone is believed to motivate the mind and inspire clarity and might give your inner strength a boost and invigorate your room with its warm glow.

Painting The Interior Of Our Home Can Add Value

If you're considering selling your home, a fresh coat of paint can increase its value significantly.


Homeowners looking to increase the value of their property before putting it on the market should consider repainting the interior. A fresh coat of paint can add anywhere from 5 to 10 percent to the selling price, and in some cases, may be all that's needed to get your home sold. neutral colors are always a safe bet when it comes to painting the interior of your home

But if you want to add a little extra pizzazz, consider using an accent wall to showcase a bold color. Just be sure not to go too overboard – you don't want to turn off potential buyers with your choice of paint colors.


If you're not planning on selling anytime soon, painting the interior of your home can still add value.

A fresh coat of paint can make your home feel more like new, and can be a great way to update your space without undertaking a major renovation project. And if you do decide to sell down the road, repainting will already be one item checked off your to-do list.

So whether you're looking to increase the value of your home before putting it on the market, or just want to give it a fresh new look, painting the interior is always a good idea. Just be sure to hire a reputable painter who can do the job right.

Exterior House Paint Colors


An interesting trend in colors is how it varies from

different parts of the country.

Color preferences even vary by regions of the country.

House Paint Colors Of The Country

By Region

These assessments and images come from the
Sherwin-Williams blog:

Rocky Mountain Color Palette


The high altitude desert climate of the Rocky Mountain region offers cool air and soaring mountains and the colors lean toward crisp greens like Acacia Haze and Forest Wood , muted grays like Summit Gray, harder grays like Granite Peak, all to bring out the adventuresome spirit of the area.

Southwestern Color Palette


The high altitude desert climate of the Rocky Mountain region offers cool air and soaring mountains and the colors lean toward crisp greens like Acacia Haze and Forest Wood , muted grays like Summit Gray, harder grays like Granite Peak, all to bring out the adventuresome spirit of the area.

Pacific Color Palette


The Pacific area of the country gets its rich color inspiration from the ocean like the blue gray Secret Cove, the mountain colors of Cascades, coves and trees offer tints of Golden Gate and Half-Caff, adding a rich bounty color to the free spirited lifestyle.

Midwestern Color Palette


With the Great Lakes, rustic farms and rolling hills of green and gold in the Midwest, you will see rich colors like Sunflower, soft greens like Great Green, deep blues of Conner's Lakefront, and red's like Rustic Red, adding to the region's friendly atmosphere.

Northeastern Color Palette


The Northeast where those of the seafaring spirit and landlubbers alike find their color preferences leaning toward deep blues like Salty Dog, light grays like Oyster Bay, corals like Copper Harbor, and silver shades like Dovetail, all bringing to life the nautical vibe.

Southeastern Color Palette


In the Southeastern region with their warm beach breezes and downhome hospitality bring to mind colors earthy tones of tan, like Sands of Time, blues and greens like Navel and Palm Leaf, and corals like Ravishing Coral, all reminiscent of the South's gentle shores and southern charm.

>>> Don't forget to check with your local Homeowners Association

for exterior color guidelines...
This link to Sherwin-Williams HOA guidelines will help you <<<

House Painting Colors

It can be a fun and creative project to undertake.

If you are tired of staring at the same old boring walls in your living room, or constantly rearranging your furniture but still can’t get the perfect look you’re going for, changing the colors of your walls may be exactly what you are looking for. Going from dark to light or subtle to bold can drastically change the mood of the interior of your home.


Pueblo House Painters can help homeowners with all their painting needs. Whether it is a small room or your entire interior, we will handle it all with special care and courtesy toward your desires.

Whether we're looking to improve the appearance of our home or simply protect our walls, interior house painting can be a great option. With so many benefits, it's no wonder that so many homeowners choose to paint the inside of their homes.

Neutral colors are always a safe choice when it comes to increasing the value of your home.


This is because potential buyers can picture themselves living in the space more easily, and because it won't clash with any existing decor. If you're not planning on selling anytime soon, painting the interior of your home can still add value.


A fresh coat of paint can make your home feel more like new, and can be a great way to update your space without undertaking a major renovation project. And if you do decide to sell down the road, repainting will already be one item checked off your to-do list.

So whether you're looking to increase the value of your home before putting it on the market, or just want to give it a fresh new look, painting the interior is always a good idea. Just be sure to hire a reputable painter who can do the job right.

Sherwin-Williams Interior Paint Colors

Sherwin-Williams boasts they have over 1700 different colors of paint to choose from

If you are curious what they say other people are choosing to paint with, this link will take you to their 50 most popular interior paint colors.

Sherwin-Williams Top 50 Colors

Call Pueblo House Painters NOW!


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Our painting specialists have over 20 years of house painting experience along with a multitude of other types of house repair abilities. We cover it all.

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At some point in the near future, we intend to raise the price of our service … significantly.

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