To create a modern look for your exterior design, you can try to bold hue such as green for its decoration. Covering your facade in green shade will bring a significant impact for the overall look. The hue can be incorporated into an outermost layer of occupancy without excessive implication. You can use it sparingly and it works. Green hues also can be combined with other shades that are traditionally correlated with the layer of exterior decor, such as slate tiles in gray tone and weatherboarding in white hue.
This cubicle house is a great example of modern structure with the simple lines and minimalist design. The exterior design of house is painted in subtle green hue with some silver shade of the materials used. Glassy element is used for the installations of window and door. The wooden accent is utilized to frame the door and also create a shade roof for the small terrace. The subtle green shade looks harmonic and modern with the earthy hues of the elements and also striking silver shade of the steels.
You can also combine your dominant green shade with other tones whether they are more striking or neutral, the preference is yours. This traditional home is a great example which has successfully combined two different shades. The green building looks dashing and great with the shabby and bold dominant green hue which is combined with white trim as the second tone. The darker shade is implied for the guttering and woodwork.
The accent of green hue can be sprayed in each element of your exterior decoration. Green Window or green entrance door treatment is a good idea to introduce this fresh color to your guests. Complement the appearance of your wooden window in green frame with other interesting features. Green balcony and porch are both great candidates to complete your stunning yet simple exterior design of house with the green windows treatment.