When homeowners submit design requests to repaint their homes, the Modifications Committee is tasked with approving that color scheme. The Committee appreciates that homeowners want some creativity in deciding how they want their home to look, but they must stay within the PCVA Guidelines for color schemes to maintain the original intent of the community and the neighborhood aesthetics.
As a reminder, per PCVA Guidelines, whites and blacks are not colors generally approved by the Modifications Committee.
- Per PCVA Guidelines, Section 4.1: “The color palettes for Pine Creek are based on earth tones (shades of brown or gray) giving many options for trim colors that support the overall look of the home. The color schemes are expected to blend well with the surrounding homes and fit within the community’s overall theme. Black and bright colors (e.g., bright whites, primary colors, bright blues/greens, etc.) are not permitted as a paint color on any portion of the home or accessory structure.”
- Also per 4.1, “The garage door is not to be the focal point of the home and is to be painted either the body color of the home, the color of the exterior trim of the home (fascia, soffit, horizontal gutters), or a color in the chosen color palette, keeping with earth tones (shades of brown or gray). Wooden façade garage doors will be allowed when they fit with the homes’ exterior.”