On this page, you will find 40 original house coloring pages (done by yours truly!) that are free to download or print! For this series, I illustrated many houses, including tiny homes, apartment buildings, cottages, traditional homes, mansions, and even tree houses!
These PDF coloring sheets are a great learning tool to show kids that houses come in different shapes and sizes and to be proud of your home. They also make a great rainy day activity, a creative scrapbooking afternoon, and even decorations!
To start, you can click on any of the below images or links to open the PDF coloring picture on a new page. You can then freely download, print, or save for coloring on apps like Procreate.
All these coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!
7 Reasons to Do House Coloring Pages + Craft Ideas
Keep reading to learn more about why coloring is a great pastime and projects you can do with these coloring sheets!
1. An Inside Day Activity
Sometimes the roads are too hazardous for us to venture outdoors, or we simply need a good self-care day. Either way, if you find yourself at home for the day, why not do some coloring?
Coloring is a great, relaxing way to spend your time that also gives your brain a good workout. If you enjoy looking at pictures of houses, use our collection of themed coloring sheets!
Also, if you have kids or are a teacher, you can provide them with a house coloring sheet to help them pass the time on an inside recess day or snow day.
2. A Good Way to Wind Down
After a hectic day at work, it’s important to find ways to relax and refocus your energies on your own self-care.
One great activity is coloring, as this is a solitary activity that can help you de-stress.
If you’re a person who has a difficult time relaxing, coloring is even better as it can help you calm down and allow you to still feel productive.
So, if you enjoy watching HGTV after work, grab a house-themed coloring sheet to keep the theme going, and listen to your show while unwinding with a brain-working task.
Not to mention, these are also great activities for kids!
3. Gives You Something to Do With Your Hands
Many people find that they need to be doing more than one thing at a time, as they tend to get bored just sitting and watching a show.
If you’re in the same boat, a great multitasking activity is coloring. If you have an interest in architecture or just like looking at houses, download and print my house coloring sheets.
4. Fun Pastime for the Family
If you have kids and struggle to find activities to do together, try downloading and coloring our house-themed coloring sheets as a family!
This type of project is a good way to spend time together, as it gives you a chance to talk and catch up about school, friends, and other things that may be on your kid’s mind.
As well, it presents an opportunity to teach your younger kids about shapes, the purpose of houses, the types of houses that exist, and other practical information.
5. Great Way to Develop New Interests About Houses
Coloring is often a means for expressing your love for other things. For instance, gardeners may enjoy coloring pictures of flowers during winter to maintain their interest in the subject.
So, if you have an interest in architecture, or want to learn more about it, having a way to express your interest, like coloring house pictures, is a great way to maintain your motivation.
6. A Creative Outlet
Many find creative hobbies and activities, such as coloring, to be a great way to vent their emotions and express themselves through aesthetics and color.
So, if you’re looking for your own creative outlet, download, and color some of the above house-themed coloring sheets; you may end up developing an interest in architecture along the way.
7. Crafts and Projects to Do With House Coloring Sheets
If you’ve gone through my whole selection of house-themed coloring pages, and are wondering what to do with them, why not try a new craft or project?
I have compiled a few different ideas for activities you can use our coloring sheets for that the entire family can take part in.
Make a Scrapbook
If you enjoy papercraft, try using your house coloring sheets in a scrapbook. They can be used as cut-outs for page borders or can be used to tie in the theme of your scrapbook.
For example, you could use the house coloring sheets to decorate a scrapbook full of pictures from your family’s first house.
If you have an event coming up that warrants a gift, you can use these house coloring sheets to add a personal touch for the recipient.
You can use these coloring sheets to decorate the front of a gift bag or a gift box. As well, you can use the sheets as wrapping paper for smaller gifts.
(This would be a cute idea for a housewarming or wedding gift.)
Hang Pictures Up
If you have a hole in the wall that needs to be covered, or you’d like to show off your excellent color-matching skills, you can frame and hang up your house coloring sheets.
Also, if you’ve colored a handful of these house sheets, you can purchase multiple frames and make a themed gallery wall (this would be a cute display for a realtor or house decorator’s office).
Personalize Your Journal or Sketchbook
You can re-decorate a plain journal or scrapbook using your house-themed coloring sheets. Simply paste the sheet onto the cover of your book.
Personalize it further by using cute ribbons or washi tape to decorate the border of the cover.
(This would be a great way to decorate a household tasks journal or planner.)