Picking the colors of your exteriors is one of the more fun ways you can express yourself through your home. Picking the right color for your siding and matching it with complimenting trim can boost your home’s curb appeal and even its value. But selecting the right colors can be a daunting task especially with all the wonderful choices that are available in the market today.
In today’s post, trusted siding and roof repair company Allstar Construction shares a few tips on how to match your siding and trim colors to achieve that perfect look.
Do Not Be Afraid To Be Bold
Being different is not necessarily a bad thing so do not be afraid to go against the grain. Any color combination will look good as long as the undertones are similar. Making a bold color choice can make your home stand out and be the talk of the neighborhood.
Consider Colors That Are Not Suggested To You
While your siding contractor may suggest popular colors to you, if it is not to your liking do not be afraid to go with something else. Gather inspiration online or drive around your neighborhood and scout for colors that speak to you.
Keep Your Home’s Architectural Style in Mind
Some architectural styles look good in certain colors. For instance, the most mid-century modern home looks good in grey, muted tones while a modern home can pull off bright, dramatic colors. Be sure to keep this in mind before settling on a color.
Use a Color Wheel
If you’ve ever wondered how artists and designers seem to always find the perfect color combination the answer is the color wheel. Invented by no less than Isaac Newton, the color wheel is part art and part science and is used to determine which colors look good together.
We at Allstar Construction are pros when it comes to all things related to your home’s exterior. From siding and roof installation to water and fire restoration, we know how to get the job done right. If you are looking to replace your existing siding do not hesitate to give us a call at (952) 698-3200 or fill out our contact form to schedule a no-obligation consultation with one of our experts.