This is the picture I got as a proposal. Difficult to tell on the screen what this color would be on the wall. Is it more 'yellow' or 'orange'?.
It is a coloured plaster. Different from painting on plaster. Some technique that gives the facades a kind of antique look.
I really like the colour of the seaside facade. We call it 'pink'.
Although, to me, it is more a 'pale coral'. (I think of the coral fishers that used to dive for coral underneath the house).
BTW, the seaside facade's color is the background color of this blog!
And I think that the blue tiles fit perfectly to this 'pink'.
But would it look good on the other facade that faces the piazza?
(We want to paint three sides of the house in the same color and leave the one stone wall as it used to be for the last 200 and something years.)
Picture source: drawings of the house by Pino Pitt (colored by me);
other picture by me, except the yellow palazzo which is the Xara Palace in Malta via Architectural Digest magazine.