DaVinci Roofscapes Nature Crafted Collection is On Trend

Nature Crafted Collection by DaVinci Roofscapes

No matter how forward reaching the design and color trends, the narrative always includes a look back to the past. This year, trends dip into the past to find materials that were perfect when new that have been made even better with use and wear. Surfaces that are “perfectly imperfect” are emerging to give added meaning to the products we buy.

DaVinci Roofscapes was one of the first to see this trend coming and responded by giving their customers exactly what they desired in the new Nature Crafted Collection. Each of the new colors in this collection capture the look of natural cedar shakes at a moment in the aging processes allowing the beauty to be retained for years to come.

Nature Crafted Collection

Celebrating a moment in time when cedar shakes naturally take on a rich aged tone from exposure to the elements, the new Nature Crafted Collection includes three colors aged to the point of perfection.

DaVinci Roofscapes Nature Crafted Collection

Mossy Cedar is cedar with a greenish veil of color that replicates the look of moss that adds so much charm to homes.

Aged Cedar embodies the graduated hues of cedar that have weathered from the natural orange/brown to more of a deep reddish brown.

Black Oak gives the impression that the roof has withstood many rainstorms and damp days.

The aging process adds character to a roof but it can be detrimental to natural cedar. Achieving the same look with composite shakes is a worry-free alternative and the look will be retained for a lifetime.

The trend of items being “perfectly imperfect” speaks to an appreciation of process, use and aging together with classic durability.

Known for quality and durability, the addition of the latest development in their proprietary color technology allows DaVinci Roofscapes to create colors that appeal to the customer who desires a roof with a patina that until now could only be created by being exposed to the elements for years.

The Japanese describe accepting imperfection with the words wabi-sabi. We describe perfecting imperfection with the words Nature Crafted Collection.

Background image of cedar trees: This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 100 years or less.
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