Gone are the days where the default choice for siding color on a home was white with black shutters. Color choices are now endless and many manufacturers even offer homeowners the option to make their own custom colors.
At a loss regarding what colors to choose? Take a look outside. What do your neighbors have? While there’s no rule that states that you have to conform with what they have done, it is a good idea to select something that does not stand out from the crowd in a negative fashion.
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It’s also important to take into consideration your home’s architecture, as some types work well with bold choices and others will look out of place. Always pick your main color first and then work towards accent colors. Color combinations that work well together are beiges and browns, reds and browns and subdued shades of green and orange.
Many siding manufacturers and contractors have software you can use to try color combinations on your home you don’t have to worry you made a very expensive mistake.