┬áSome people like orange houses, but some people think that’s far too flamboyant and attention-grabbing. If you were to change the color of the outside of your house, what color would it be? Don’t factor in costs or anything, just focus on the color. Close your eyes and imagine your dream house, whatever color it may be. Now open your eyes and type a response I guess. One time my friend told me about the time when she was searching for reliable plumbers in sparks nevada and she stumbled upon some nice pictures of purple houses. Some people say that the interior color of a house matters more than the exterior, since you’ll be spending more time inside the house than outside of it. But that’s far too subjective of a question.

That’s like something a politician could semi-answer, but not really answer it at the same time. “I’d like to think that I would enjoy orange, but purple and blue are kind of weird colors.” The feng shui of your interior is also super dependent on whatever you have laying around on the inside of your house. Think about it: if someone walks into a room full of computers, they’re obviously not going to know how much you love to skateboard. Maybe it’s because you don’t actually enjoy skateboarding, who knows. I got an F in mind reading last semester.

There are lots of unused colors for houses, in my opinion. Orange especially gets underused, considering how it’s the best color. You never really see any black houses.

That could be because of the color black’s heat absorption properties, so the inside of your house would probably cook a pizza during the summertime. On the other hand, a house that was perfectly white would likely get dirty extremely quickly. What if all brown houses were actually just white, and they’re just really really dirty? Blue would look good on a house as long as it wasn’t by a lake. The juxtaposition of the water would produce too much blue and ruin the color. Too much of one color actually looks terrible.