Eye-Catching Roof Styles for 2019

Eye-Catching Roof Styles for 2019

During the beginning of a new year, many homeowners may start rethinking the style and decor of their homes. These changes are symbols of a fresh start and a new outlook for the coming year. They may even consider changing their roof color. If you are in the market for a new roof, here are a few ideas to help you brighten up your home.

Black Sable

This is a new shade for shingle roofing. You can pair it with dark red and brown exterior colors for a rugged Craftsman style or apply it to a Tudor home with butterscotch and wood shades with a pop of color to brighten up the home. In addition, the deep rich tones of the roof can be paired with a crisp white exterior with accents for a homey effect.

Go Complementary

Choosing complementary colors will create a uniform scheme that will convey a more classic feel. Take a look at different color samples at different times of the day to make sure that you like a particular shade throughout the day.

Ultra-Modern

For an ultra-modern look, choose metal, especially stainless steel, Galvalume® , titanium, aluminum, copper, zinc and other exotic metals. Bare metal has a natural distinctive color that evokes futurism.

Neutrals
A solid brown standing seam metal roof paired with creamy stone siding can provide a lovely, romantic vibe. Pro tip: for roof-heavy homes, black or charcoal is not a good idea. Choose light blues or greens instead to create an illusion of height or a feeling of lightness.

Nautical

You may incorporate a red roof together with blue and white siding to achieve this clean, contemporary look.

Color plays a vital part in choosing the exterior part of your home. Contact a trusted siding and roofing professional to help you achieve your remodeling or construction goals. Give us a call at (651) 968-8888, and schedule your FREE in-home consultation with Krech Exteriors. We serve Minneapolis and nearby areas.

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