The key to having beautiful siding is to make it coexist with the rest of the home exterior. Consider the elements likely to remain unchanged over time, but don’t forget about your lawn or garden. To lend your home impressive curb appeal, your siding design must be at one with your landscaping.
Make your new siding mesh with the rest of your lawn or garden with these tips from Twin Cities Siding Professionals:
Mix Light and Dark
The combination of vibrant flowers and dark shrubs can do wonders for light-colored siding panels. The contrast helps create a sense of balance in your home exterior. White siding sets off nearly all shades of green. Flowers in pastel colors make them blend in with the home, giving the rest of the landscaping a share of the attention.
Double-Down on Warmth
If the color of your lap siding is fall-inspired, complement its warmth with cherry yellow and sunny orange flowers along with deep green shrubs. These flowers and ornamentals also look great with masonry. Using browns or subdued yellows as accent and trim colors will tie everything together.
Avoid Contrast to Highlight Everything
Similar flowers promote unity, allowing the eye to see the big picture rather than focusing on certain areas of your front yard. A little contrast is all it takes to draw attention, so if you want your siding to take center stage, simplify your flower arrangement.
Aesthetics matters, but it shouldn’t be your only consideration when re-siding your home. Aside from beauty, put a premium on durability and ease of maintenance to reduce your long-term siding repair cost.
Call Twin Cities Siding Professionals at (651) 967-0873 to talk about your project in detail with no obligations required. We’ll be happy to schedule your FREE, in-home consultation anywhere in the Twin Cities at your convenience.