Saturday, March 27, 2010

Yes, It's grey. Man. I never thought the color of a house would be such a stressful thing. And you know what? I'm glad it's not brown. I told Matt, I really don't want anything that is the shade mud, dirt, or poo. Not that those colors are bad on houses! There are some beautiful homes that color. There just seems to be nothing but brown where we are moving to. I just wanted to look at something a little bit different. And well, I got it! Stone grey. I can't begin to tell you how much I've worried about our outside house colors. You know? There's a lot of pressure for it to be nice.

  • Your neighbors might not like you if they don't like your house color.
  • You don't want to depreciate home values in your neighborhood by making an ugly house.
  • Oh, by the way, the builder's model home is 2 doors down. He wants it to be a nice neighborhood to show off the best of his work (which by the way, they have done amazing work on this house).
  • It's the first of this model he's built, so he asked if he could send people out to look at it periodically. (no pressure right?)

We went to look at it today with the garage doors on it, and you know? I love they grey. I have no regrets. Go grey! Thanks Matt, for putting up with all of this! (PS. what is the correct spelling for grey/gray? Wikepedia said either one works. Anyone know for sure?


Lady Glamis said...

Yay for your house! I do like that gray. :)

A good rule of thumb for gray/grey:

grAy = A for American spelling

grEy = E for English spelling


Lady Glamis said...

Oh, did you get what you wanted with the cabinets?

Andrea and Preston said...

The house looks like its coming along great! It will be so nice to have lots of space and a place for your own! Me and Preston bought our house last summer when we moved out to michigan for law school and its wonderful! Your family is so beautiful, I love your family pics!

Crystal and Rosario said...

I think gray is a great neutral color that is entirely overlooked. Way to go! It looks great! The house is really coming along.