Es muy fácil olvidarse de ocuparse del techo. Si bien es una parte fundamental del exterior de su casa, es normal que cuando se piensa en decorar el hogar, nunca se lo tiene en cuenta. To truly realize how coordinated your exterior can be, however, you must consider the color of your roof in coordinating the perfect look for your home. If you have an orange roof, try some of the following paint choices in your siding, trim, door or outdoor accessories.
Elemental is an earthy, deep grey, perfect for modern or colonial exteriors. Use this color for your outdoor accessories, or make a statement with a striking door color. While this is a rich color, it is relatively neutral, so you can rely on it if you’re someone who likes to change décor often.
Irradiant Iris is another colorful option, while maintaining versatility due to its inherent neutrality. A pleasant contrast to any dark roof, Irradiant Iris can serve as either an accent or the foundation of your exterior. It’s airy and full of personality, so if you want a unique exterior that gives your roof something to play off of, this is a great blue paint color option.
Our most neutral option for roof-conscious design, Deserted Beach is a safe, smart choice for the outside of your home. Paired with dark brown or even white accents, Deserted Beach is best as a siding color, as it allows your roof and accessories to pop. It can, however, also be used as an accent itself, placing other neutral siding colors into additional design context. Sure to please in a number of different palettes, try this color for a quick, reliable updated exterior.
Old Mission Pink
This standout yet delicate mauve is bold but not without purpose. Old Mission Pink should be used by only the most adventurous and daring decorators. As a trim color, it can accent white or neutral gray exteriors. As a siding color, it can set the tone for a San Francisco-style home. With this pink, you can truly take your exterior into your own hands, pushing roof and décor coordination to a dramatic level.