Your home’s value starts at the curb. If you are trying to sell your home this spring, or if you are just looking to increase the wow-factor of your house, start by working on your house’s exterior. You can express your personal style and give your home’s exterior a breath of fresh air by experimenting with color. Your doors and siding should work well together, but it can be difficult for some homeowners to choose complementary colors that look great.
Whether you are investing in new siding or working with what you’ve got, we have a few combinations that could inspire you as we all spring into a new season.
Neutrals Are Anything But Boring
Some homeowners shy away when they hear the word “color” for their home’s exterior. Fortunately, you don’t have to choose bold colors when updating the palette of your door and siding. Neutrals are anything but boring, working beautifully together or as a background for a more daring pop of color.
Try gray or white to complement a light blue door, or stick with a black door and opt for gray or white siding. Your home will look great and you’ll love the neutral tones that don’t require too much boldness or trendiness.
Earthy Tones Are Classic
If grays and whites aren’t your style, consider a more earth-toned palette. A mossy green door would look lovely with a light brown siding. Or, pair a light green siding with white trim and a black door.
Don’t Fear a Bit of Bright
If you are feeling a bit more daring and ready for some color, start with your door. Front doors are the perfect place to express your style and can handle a bright pop of bold color. How about a bright yellow door to complement slate gray siding, or bright blue to compliment white or beige siding?
If you are ready to update your siding or your front door, you can trust the team at Rusco to guide you through the process. We are ready to work with your style preferences and budget as we develop a plan for design and installation for your home.
Spring into a new season this year by giving some pizazz to your home’s exterior.