The final street on our list is also located on one of the Scottish isles, namely the Isle of Skye in the Inner Hebrides, where the colourful row of houses on Quay Street in Portree Harbour can be found. Indigoes, mint greens and blues form the quaint waterfront, contrasted by the deep green forest behind it.
A remote fishing town, it is a peaceful place to visit as it has all the amenities you would want: shops, restaurants, a cinema and beautiful sights.
To add a splash of Scottish seaside colours to your front door or exterior walls, Fresh Foliage and Green Glade from Dulux Weathershield is a good place to start for inspiration.
Speaking of inspiration, Dulux have put together The Great British Exterior Trends Report where they have dissected the biggest trends and patterns for everything exterior, from paint colours to surface styles. They found that grey and black were the most trending house colours, but below are the streets that dare to be different with bold and vibrant exterior paint colours on their houses.
Did you know that the colour of the outside of your house can boost your home’s perceived value by nearly a quarter? Check out our article on how to boost the kerb appeal of your home.
Looking for a quick way to add curb appeal to your home? Discover Weathershield’s latest range of all-weather, long-lasting exterior paint, or find out how to choose the right exterior paint for your home with our exterior paint colour guide.