All of this information is really helpful. And insightful too- like the inspiration house you included- which on my moniter is dark blue and while for you it's teal- this perfectly demonstrates why I always encourage people to get away from online color viewers and get to the paint store for color chips and quarts of paint. Thank you for the opportunity to demonstrate that!
Now, let's look at your house. Being long and low as it is, let's try something a little neutral to make your home look as expansive as possible but have fun with the front door. I like these Sherwin Williams palettes for you:
6150 Universal Khaki- Brick AND siding
7682 Buff- all trim including the porch rails eaves, fascia, window and door trim, vent, etc.
6675 Afternoon OR 2831 Classical Gold- Front door
Notes- the Afternoon option is technically and indoor color (that generally means the paint will be less durable outside- fading or chalkiness could happy fairly quickly) BUT being under the porch and having the storm door will likely protect this clear bright color from fading. Clear colors like these also require addition layers and/or pale gray primer first to get the coverage. Also, it's cheaper to paint the eaves the same as the body color, but makes your trim look thin and your home smaller, so go for this upgrade and make your trim look at strong as possible.
2827 Colonial Revival Stone- Brick
7529 Sand Beach- Gables (this pitched areas that are now white)
2829 Classical White- All trim
6676 Butterfield, 6890 Osage Orange, OR 6662 Summer Day- Front Door.
Notes- gradating color from dark up to light is an excellent way to add height and spaciousness to you home. Follow the same notes as above for these bright front door colors.
Finally, I haven't grown up around storm doors, so while I know they're extremely helpful to maintaining the comfort of your home through winter, I'd see if your CertaPro painter can paint your storm door to match the door, or can you find a paintable replacement? If not, paint or replace it with a white storm door that has as much glass/open space as possible. And, with a fresh front door color you'll really want to incorporate lots of white and other bright colors in your landscaping to bring out the front door. Make sense?
I've been letting people know that the latest issue of CertaPro Painters Envision magazine (FREE!) has a call for homeowners to submit their before/after photos in lots of fun categories. You home would be perfect!! Just throwing that out there. Have fun, enjoy, and let me know how it goes.