Exterior Color Schemes: Brownstone Roof Recommendations
When first quarried, slate is never brown. After months of exposure to the elements some types of slate turn brown. If unexpected, this change in color is a shock to homeowners. DaVinci slate provides a consistent brown color with zero surprises. The brown remains as true as it was from day one.
The beauty of brown is that it can be warm and inviting especially when partnered with other appealing colors. To inspire you to come up with your own attractive scheme, I’ve put together five of my favorite combinations for homes with a Brownstone Slate roof.
You can use any of these exterior colors schemes exactly as shown or be the inspiration to create a perfect color scheme for your home.
The time-honored architecture on this home begs for a classic coat of paint. The classic shade of cream is a long-lasting choice. The dark brown window and door accents truly showcase the Brownstone slate roof.
The earthy tone of brown slate comfortably blends with beige and brown. Create an unexpected look by selecting a front door color in a coral, spring green or even turquoise.
Prelude To Pink
This color palette is much more than just pretty in pink. A Brownstone roof gives a wink to plum and that is reflect in the main exterior color. The trim keeps the monochromatic tone while the accents vary with a pop, in two deep shades of wine.
A warm tan paint color spans the homes exterior. This pairs well by contrasting the Brownstone roof. The trim highlights the home in a creamy tone. The door and window frames are painted in forest green creating interest, while connecting the space to the natural surroundings.
A stone is the perfect exterior for a natural look. The constant change in pattern of stone is best paired with a neutral color. The warm gray exterior follows the same tone as the stone. In an effort to create an organic yet refined exterior, a cool muted green is used on the front door.
Now tryout these color schemes using our Top Down Color™ Visualizer. You can upload an image of your own home or see the colors on one of the homes in our gallery like the one shown above.
**The paint colors used in this article are from Behr, Benjamin Moore, PPG Paints, and Sherwin-Williams. To find out more about any color shown, search online using the color name and number.
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