What color do you love for your home? Will you still like that color in 5, 10, or 15 years?
Choosing a color for your home can be a daunting task. It’s hard to know which color and shade of the rainbow will look best as the exterior statement for your home.
Whether you are building a new home or looking to change your current siding situation, knowing how to narrow the color options is huge.
Keep reading to learn more about 3 of the siding colors that are trending right now.
1. Rustic Red Siding
An old red barn. That image is something that almost everyone can picture and relate to. Whether you live out in a rural area and see the barn on your drive or you know the image from pictures and movies, it’s common presence pulls you in.
The color red has always been considered a strong color to evoke emotion over any other color. When it is done properly, red produces nostalgia for the viewer.
This color does well in rural areas but is also becoming increasingly popular in modern home developments and cities, due to it’s fresh and stylish look that stands out.
Capitalizing on this trendy and nostalgic siding color will not only draw a reaction from visitors, but it can help to increase curb appeal for a future sale.
2. Blue Siding
Over the past few years, shades of blue have grown tremendously in popularity as a home siding color. You have likely seen homes with a bold dark blue or light baby blue look and that trend will continue to grow as a house siding color scheme.
Often paired with white trim to make the color pop, the blues bring a certain feeling of peace and serenity to the outside of the home. Pairing light and dark colors together will draw the eye, which is why the two colors compliment each other well as a siding choice.
There are several shades of blue that are popular and finding the one that works best for your home will start by analyzing your home’s location and surrounding features.
3. Gray Siding
Gray works well with both cooler and warmer colors, making it a flexible color choice for siding. Its versatility as a siding color is helping it become increasingly trendy, much like beige has been for the past few years.
Choosing siding colors that contrast well together, such as dark gray and white, is a popular choice for those wanting a bolder outside look. Pairing light and dark shades or textures of gray have also proven to be an effective look.
Choosing the right shade of gray can be a hard decision. We are here to help narrow down the best choice of siding that will help to both protect and beautify your home for the years to come.
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We are happy to discuss siding colors with you and help you find the best fit for your siding project.
The professionals can help you make a choice that you’ll be happy with for years to come.
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