The neutral brown Barkwood emulates wood and coordinates well with warm colors like beige, taupe, cream, gold, and yellow.
Blue is the color of tranquility and security. Resembling both sky and sea, it comfortably blends into its surroundings.
Charcoal is the most neutral of shades and works wonderfully with blues, grays, whites, yellow, gold, sage, and green.
Fox Hollow Gray
A peaceful, neutral gray color that lies halfway between black and white, making it an excellent backdrop when paired with other hues.
An inviting brown shade with a red undertone, Hickory is an excellent companion to brick & stone homes – works well with browns, beiges, yellows, and golds.
A rich color with dramatic undertones, Hunter Green makes people take notice. It gives a sense of sustainability and harmony with nature.
Emulating the rustic shades and tones of the earth, Mission Brown provides a simple natural backdrop that allows other colors to appear richer and brighter.
Darker, more neutral gray is naturally aesthetically pleasant and will go well with a variety of color schemes.
Patriot Red gives a modest but stunning pop while creating a consistent overall aesthetic view.
Pewter Gray can add dramatic counterpoint to contemporary exterior color palettes, as well as to stucco or brick facades.
An appealing blend of browns, tans, and gold, warm radiant Shakewood pairs equally well with neutral beige and clay tones, as well as deeper jewel tones.
A cool gray with a beautiful green undertone, Slate coordinates well with both grays and greens, as well as with white, cream, and ivory exteriors.
The perfect neutral color, Weathered Wood complements a broad range of hues and works well with sage, cream, ivory, and beige.
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