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Picking your house siding color is never easy. It often depends on the type of siding you have, your roof color, your landscaping decor and your personal style. When you must choose from hundreds of colors, it’s easy to become overwhelmed.

Choosing a timeless siding color will help you avoid wasting precious time and money. Timeless colors always look up-to-date, increase your home’s curb appeal, and still offer the opportunity to add a touch of personality.

We’ve put together a list of the top five siding colors that have always been in style and are still popular to this day.

1. White Siding

There are many different shades of white to choose from, such as ivory and white duck. White gives your home a classic, neutral appearance, but still leaves you many opportunities to add personality. Almost any color goes with white, so you have lots of options to choose from.

Add a little pop by painting your trim, doors or shutters with a bolder color, such as bright blue or red. Dark accent colors such as black or dark green will also add character while still pairing well with your white siding.

2. Beige or Tan Siding

Much like white, beige and tan are neutral colors that give your home a calming aesthetic. The earthy tones blend in well with any outside environment and are easy to pair with just about any color of trim. Try beige with gray for a soft look, or keep it neutral with black trim.

3. Blue or Indigo Siding

Blue is a versatile color that can work well with other cool tones or striking warm tones, depending on your style. Dark blue creates a muted atmosphere and light blue offers a dreamy, relaxing aesthetic.

Paint your trim and shutters white for satisfying contrast, or paint your door red for a touch of boldness. Blue also goes well with dark wood colors and light neutral tones.

4. Gray Siding

There’s a reason gray has stood the test of time and continues to be popular with homeowners. This color works well with both traditional and modern homes and gives a sophisticated, earthy feeling.

Gray will complement many colors of trim. Maintain a tranquil vibe with a shade of white or add something bolder to make it more eye-catching.

5. Red Siding

For a warm tone, there are many shades of red to choose from. Choose a dark red for a farmhouse look, or go with a berry tone to create a lighter aesthetic. Red pairs well with both black or white shutters and trim, or use gray to soften the contrast.

Find Your Perfect Siding Color—Call C&T Today!

Choosing your siding is no easy task. That’s why our team of experts is ready to advise you on the best type of siding for your home. We’ve been helping homeowners achieve beautiful siding for over 40 years in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

To get a free consultation and estimate for your home siding needs, call us at 651-483-6146 or send us a message.