There has been a color shift in recent years. In the past when REALTORs and others recommended painting a home to get it ready to sell the preferred neutrals were shades of beige. It was called builder beige and REALTOR beige. Before that white was the preferred neutral.
In fact, one of the best ways to see the latest trends in home design and color is to tour some new construction . . . if you can find it.
For the last several years the most popular neutrals have been shades of gray. I’ll admit that at first, I did not like it. Maybe it is an acquired taste and I have acquired it.
Just like colors from the beige family or the white family, there are many other colors that work with gray. There are so many shades of gray that choosing one is almost overwhelming.
Here are a couple of homes with gray siding, white trim, and yellow on the front door. Primary colors work well as accents.