Choosing colors for your home’s exterior can dramatically increase its appeal and look. It can also protect the walls from damaging elements. Nowadays, you choose from a wide range of shades of colors to paint your walls with. With so many styles and colors to choose from, it can be a hassle selecting the beat one, so it’s best to take your time and even ask for tips from home designers. You surely need something that won’t bore you out after a couple of years, something that you can live with for many years.
Most sided homes feature three colors. They must, however, complement each other and look great together. You’ll want to choose three colors that work harmoniously together. In many cases, you’ll stay within a single color family for the first two areas and choose an accent that’s bolder or has a high contrast to the rest of the house.
Siding contractors sometimes work with homeowners who have made unfortunate color decisions in the past and are now regretting it. A bright or a vibrant color may appeal to you on a sample, but may not be the best choice for your home exterior. Bolder shades are more preferable for that. Most homeowners often forget about the roof, but it should be considered when choosing the home colors. It could change the whole color of your home and give it a much better look.
Most contractors have seen thousands of different color combinations and should know what color works well with anything. They can help you choose the right palette for your homes. Another idea is driving around your neighborhood and jotting down home colors that look good to you. If you want a simple, good looking style, choose three colors that are closely aligned such as light blue for the field, white for the trim and darker blue for the accents.