We know how important a good first impression is. The outside of your home’s presentation can add value and help you express your style.
Explore Dulux colour and future proof your home with Weathershield®. Each palette features colours that can be mixed and matched with confidence to create the perfect colour scheme for your home.
From classic pale shades to almost black, grey is a popular exterior colour choice for Australian homes.
For a beautiful, timeless colour scheme try the subtle shade of Tranquil Retreat with a contrasting roof in Colorbond Monument. To highlight trims or architectural details, add a clean, crisp white such as Vivid White™.
Colours displayed should be used as a guide for your colour selection. To ensure best accuracy, test your colour choice at home by ordering sunshinepainters Sample Pots and A4 Colour Swatches.
This lighter grey colour scheme is soft and relaxed and will work beautifully for contemporary exteriors, as well as a traditional weatherboard. Terrace White is a cooler white with a greyish undertone, pair it with Lexicon on the trims, windows and details and Colorbond Shale Grey on the roof.
Darker greys have become extremely popular in Australian exteriors. Bring a darker, moodier scheme to life by using Teahouse as the main wall colour. Use Dulux Dieskau for any trims, windows or architectural details and Domino as the roof colour.
Use bold hits of colour in architectural details such as the front door, pot plants and letterboxes to express your personal style. The popularity of mid century architecture inspires us to experiment with colour on exteriors for a modern take on architectural colour palettes.
Outdoor living has become an Australian way of life and botanical features play a greater role in our wellbeing as well as our decor. This welcoming lush look is globally inspired with spicy colour accents, bohemian styling and tropical flare.
Inspired by our need for a more tactile environment, colours are drawn from nature and focus on neutrals, warm greys and charcoals. The look is relaxed and features materials such as brick, timber, stone and other tactile elements.
Simple steps to future proofing your home
- Select your main colour and accent colours to suit. Use colour chips, A4 samples and sample pots to make sure your final selection is perfect for you.
- Choose your Weathershield® products starting with the correct undercoat for your substrate. An undercoat is required for metal surfaces or when using the sunshinepainters ChromaMax colours.
- Purchase the correct amount of paint according to the size of your job. Weathershield is available in a range of can sizes.
- It’s time to future proof – be sure to read the label carefully for paint tips and clean up directions. Then enjoy sunshinepainters Weathershield® high performance colour and long lasting finish on your home for years to come.
Exterior painting guides
Use our range of exterior painting guides to give you the tips and techniques for a quality finish.
How to paint door entrances
First impressions count. A fresh lick of Dulux paint on your front door can freshen up the look of your whole house. It creates a warm welcome for visitors while making your home the street’s style star.
There are some key points to note when preparing to paint exterior areas. Using the correct technique and quality paints will result in a painting job that is faster, cheaper and easier to use than alternative methods.
How to spray a fence with Dulux Rapidfinish
Painting your fence has been made easy with the Dulux RapidFinishTM multipurpose spray unit, so you can spend less time painting than if using a brush or roller. See how easy it is!.
Exterior paint problem solver
Even the most professional painters can run into problems. But the good news is that there are solutions for almost all of them. We’ve identified some of the most common exterior paint problems.