Choosing the exterior elements of your home in the proper order can help you get the aesthetic you want for your home. Every exterior element brings color that impacts the whole look of the home, but how do you determine which colors work well together?
If you have a brown roof on your home, it may be dark, medium or light brown. Beyond that, brown can have undertones of red, orange or yellow. You’ll also find that some browns are slightly grayed—like weathered wood. We’ve developed carefully curated color palettes that will make it easier to choose perfect complements for your roof, stone and brick. And if you want to explore more siding color combinations, visit the LP® SmartSide® Home Visualizer, our siding visualizer tool.
This home features the same light cream color on the siding, garage and trim, while dark brown complements it on the windows, gutters, door and shutters.
There are many colors brown roofs work well with:
Check out some exterior house siding color ideas in these color sets for brown roofs below. Here, you'll find everything from brighter, bolder colors to muted neutrals. Many combinations work well with brown roofs; almost any style, from stark whites to warmer reds and tans, will create a cohesive exterior look. When you're ready to find the perfect siding, discover the many colors, textures and styles of LP SmartSide siding.
If you have a brown roof, choosing one of these palettes with similar stone or brick colors will result in an updated, cohesive look for your home. Look for more blog posts on color sets for roof colors, including LP SmartSide siding color sets for homes with gray or black roofs!
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