Exterior color combinations used to be very limited only to premium homes on the East Coast. Now, you can find almost any color combination you desire for your new or existing home. You can experiment with any of the new colors or stay with the classics. You want your exterior to be a reflection of your true character and style. It should make a statement as to who you are and how you want to portray yourself to the world.
A siding color change that you may consider is going from a warm color (such as brown) to a cooler one such as white. This can be done by choosing a new siding material such as brick, which has a warm tone to it. Alternatively, you may choose to use a new siding that is painted a much darker color. In this case, you would want to choose a siding color that contrasts with your new brick patio tile. This contrast can be done by using a contrasting paint stain color.
The best color combination that is widely considered is a rich chocolate brown with a deep burnt rusty red bottom. To achieve this color combination, start by purchasing a very dark chocolate brown, preferably over a Dynamics color. The next step is to add a small amount of burgundy color to this darker chocolate brown. This will produce a very rich, intense color that will make your siding very imposing. To finish off this perfect color combination, you should add a small amount of rusty red paint. You will then have a very impressive siding that will easily blend into the brick of your brick patio or terrace!
Another great exterior color combination is based around the color blue. When you choose this color combination, you will need to select a shade of blue that is about half as deep as your siding color. Then, you will need to select a similar shade of burnt rust color for the bottom third of the siding. Using any medium to dark burgundy color as a medium to medium-bright color like purples, pinks, or light yellows may be suggested in order to make the final color combination. One final suggestion, if you are having trouble getting this exterior color combination to look right, it may be best to add in some brick color to the top layer of your siding.
The suggested paint colors for this exterior siding project are based on the main colors found in your home. The two colors that I suggest are found in the pale tan and pale pinkish shades. These two hues will give your home a warm feeling and will create a more welcoming exterior appearance. It is very important to use the same color palette when you create your color palette for the exterior trim on your siding.
Once you have completed your suggested exterior color combination, you will need to select a top coat. To get a more professional and clean appearance, I suggest using an oil-based top coat. An oil-based top coat gives your trip a more smooth and shiny appearance. Another great suggestion from me is to use an aluminum top coating. It is very easy to install, easy to clean, and will save you money in the long run. The best part is that these finishes do not require any painting or staining.