When creating a cohesive look for a home’s appearance, you want to give the front a balance of colors and possibly even use a range of materials. The contrast between common vinyl siding and a touch of stone can be just the thing your client wants to give their Dallas home a unique curb appeal that is elegant and timeless. With the help of an innovative product, stone veneer from enVision Stone, and some design tips using complementary colors, your client will have a house they can’t wait to come home to.
There are five popular siding colors that your typical homeowner will choose: blue, green, beige, gray, and red or brown. With our spray-on stone, homeowners can choose from a variety of colors, textures, and other applications to match the existing color of the home. So what color should a homeowner choose for their stone siding that will look the best with their vinyl siding?
Blue Siding with Orange-toned Stone Veneer
Blue and orange might seem like a strange combination, but don’t be alarmed — enVision Stone will never make your client’s home look like a sports team’s home. And keep in mind that orange-toned stone is not the bright, bold orange you may have in mind. Our installers will create a color that includes soft oranges, yellows, and whites to make a final product that is natural and beautiful.
Green Siding with Red-toned Stone Veneer
Whether it’s stone steps leading to the front door or a section of the home that is being renovated with stone, soft, natural greens with red- or rust-toned stone creates the perfect look that will balance with nature and landscaping surrounding the home.
Beige Siding with Brown-tone Stone Veneer
Because beige is an off-white, nearly any stone color would complete the look beautifully. Using a stone that is a couple of shades darker than the siding will give the home’s facade contrast and a touch of texture. If the beige is already on the darker end, go the other direction and install a stone that is a few shades lighter.
Gray Siding with Blue-tone Stone Veneer
While gray isn’t a part of the color wheel, it naturally has some blue tones in it. For homeowners who want a neutral color but who want siding that is bit more bold than beige, gray is an excellent choice. Blue-toned stone will blend well with the siding, increasing the texture of the curb appeal. Just like beige siding, depending on the shade, the stone can either be a shade lighter or darker than the siding.
Red Siding with Red-tone Stone Veneer
A bold red siding balanced with calm, pale red tones in the stone will create a cohesive look for the home. Red and green are complementary colors, so the homeowner can pull in green to the overall look with the landscaping design. enVision Stone can create stone colors that have rust, oranges, and shades of red that will pull everything together.
When renovating a home with stone, it’s important to make sure that it has a cohesive look and not like an afterthought. With lightweight, easy-to-install spray on stone from enVision Stone, you can give your client a home that will stand out in their Dallas neighborhood. Call us today to learn more.