Please review my paint choices
I am posting a cropped pic of a portion of the front elevation of the home we are building. It's a very long ranch, so it's easier to see a view of it this way than it would be if I tried to photograph it now.
Here's the plan- This house is beach area waterfront in S. Florida. There are lots of trees on the front. My goal is put a little twist on the typical Florida paint theme so I can transition into a fairly traditional interior.
The roof is a flat white tile. It is a little less in-your-face than the elevation would indicate because it is elevated 3 ft above grade so you can't see much of the roof. The quoins, crown moulding, and window trim are white. The precast will be white also. The front door and the window assembly above are mahogany.
Paint selection: Exterior - BM 2143-40 (camouflage), shutters BM 2136-40 (aegean teal). There are additional shutters to the left of the pictured area.
Please give me your honest opinion. I have to finalize the exterior color this week. I have painted sample boards, and I have used the BM software. I looks pleasing to me, but I would really appreciate your critiques.