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25+ Beautiful Blue Houses We Love

We rounded up our favorite blue homes from HGTV Magazine. Check out all the inspiring ideas to steal.

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Photo: David Tsay. From: HGTV Magazine.

Inspiring Blue Paint Colors For Your Home

These eye-catching homes from HGTV Magazine will have you feeling blue — in the best way. If you're considering a new color palette for your home, tap through for tried-and-true ways to use blue paint to up your curb appeal.

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Photo: Jennifer Hughes. From: HGTV Magazine.

Blue Siding and Bluestone Steps

Location: Alexandria, VA

Built in: 1940

Size: 3,400 sq. ft.

Paint colors: (house) Philipsburg Blue, (door and shutters) Jet Black and (trim) Chantilly Lace, Benjamin Moore

“We love our home’s cedar siding. We’re thankful nature makes a wood that doesn’t rot,” say homeowners Paige and Scott McIntosh. The dusty blue shade pairs perfectly with the gray-blue steps. They're covered with thermal bluestone veneers, which have a smoother surface and a more uniform blue tint.

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Photo: Agnes Lopez. From: HGTV Magazine.

Terrific in Teal

Location: Jacksonville, FL

Built in: 1911

Size: 3,000 sq. ft.

Paint colors: (house) Deep Sea Dive, (trim) Pure White and (porch floor) Red Theatre, Sherwin-Williams

"I spent a lot of time researching paint colors that would fit the period and style of this house," says homeowner S. Allister Fisher. Stark contrast between the deep teal and bright white trim highlights the home's 40-plus original windows. "The blue siding makes me smile every time I get home."

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A New Blue House With Old-School Style

Location: Chevy Chase, MD

Built in: 2016

Size: 4,500 sq. ft.

Paint colors: (house) Voyage, Behr; (trim) Whitetail and (shutters and door) Tricorn Black, Sherwin-Williams

“Many houses in our neighborhood are white. We wanted ours to stand out, except we couldn’t go too wild — it’s a Colonial, after all! Dusty blue siding makes it special but still classic," say homeowners Michael and Emily Kimberly. A row of thick corbels beneath the eaves adds flair and gives the new house old-school cred.

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