Congratulations, you’ve made the decision to reside your home! Now it’s time to take the next step and select a color scheme. Choosing siding colors is one of the most fun and exciting parts. James Hardie offers a wide range of color schemes that can make your Denver home look beautiful. Not sure which siding color is right for your home? Don’t worry, we can help with that!
Matching Siding Colors
One of the most important things to consider when selecting a siding color is the look of your neighborhood. It’s okay to be unique and get creative, but you don’t want your home to stand out like a sore thumb. For example, if you live in the Capitol Hill area where there are a lot of historic homes, you could probably get away with a bold color. But if you’re located in a newer development like the Denver Tech Center area or even farther south in Centennial, you probably would be better off with a neutral color.
Contrasting Siding Color Schemes
Color schemes truly come together when complimented by a contrasting accent color or trim.
Warm colors are great for homes like the Highlands Ranch area and Wheat Ridge. If you choose a bold color like Country Lane Red, you could accent it beautifully with Navajo Beige.
Cool colors can make a beautiful addition to cottage style homes or even historic properties like those found in Capitol Hill and the Park Hill area. Combining Evening Blue with Arctic White trim is one of our favorite looks.
Greens and yellows are great for bungalows and cottages. These color choices have a very natural look and look great on Mountain Area homes and are also common for older homes in the DU campus area. Heathered Moss looks stunning when accented by Arctic White Trim and Iron Gray Accents.
For homes in newer construction areas like Greenwood Village, neutral colors are very common. Navajo Beige paired with Arctic White is a classic look and can be played up with warm color accents like Heathered Moss.
If you own a contemporary styled home like the ones in Edgewater near Sloan’s Lake or in Cherry Creek, you may want to consider a dark color. This is a relatively new trend, but one that is taken popularity for good reason. Dark colors like Iron Grey look their best when paired with neutrals and white accents.
Finally, there’s classic choices like Sandstone Beige. Sandstone Beige is popular for areas like Lowry and Parker. Pairing Sandstone Beige with Sail Cloth and Timber Bark is one of our favorite looks.
For more information on Color Schemes, you can always check out the James Hardie website to get some cool ideas!
Schedule a Siding Design Consultation
If you’re ready to start exploring siding options, we’d love to set up a consultation with you. During this time, we can show you samples of siding color schemes and find well that pairs with your Denver home and neighborhood. Call us today to set your appointment!