How to paint your Greek villa

I’m just like everyone else when it comes to the Greek villas.

I love them.

They are beautiful and well-maintained.

And when you want to make a little extra money on the cheap, they’re cheap.

That said, the paint jobs are a little different for every one of these Greek villes.

They all come in a range of hues, but I have found the one I love to use the best.

The colors you see here are all very popular colors.

They range from light to dark and vibrant. 

If you want something to keep you busy for a while, I suggest looking for something with a bit of depth.

The Greek villis can take up to two years to complete.

If you are lucky, you will get your Greek house painted for you! 

What to do: 1.

Check out your home’s listing.

I’ve included some pictures of houses in the listings I have so far. 


Find the cheapest house you can afford.

The cheaper the house, the easier it is to paint. 


Make sure your house is in good condition. 


Paint it all in a single day.

I used the same method as above but I took a photo of the paint in the sun, so it’s easy to tell the difference. 


Paint the house in all the colors you like, and leave it to dry. 


You can use a variety of tools, from a brush to a paint roller. 


Make some more paint to fill the gaps in your painting. 


Check your nails and see if they are done. 


The finished product.

You’re done! 

If there is anything you don’t like about the Greek Villa Paint scheme, don’t worry.

I can paint them myself if I’m not busy. 

You can find my Greek Villa Painting Tutorials here. Enjoy!