Exterior Color Schemes Featuring Aged Cedar Hand-Split Shake Siding
Many homeowners strive for a vintage-eclectic vibe and a great way to achieve this look on a home’s exterior is with the nature-crafted look of Aged Cedar.
Jump fully into this look with a Black Oak roof and hand-split siding in Aged Cedar. Keep the trim and accents simple by capturing tones that are found in both.
Tahoe Shake and Aged Cedar have similar tones yet are different enough to create the desired contrast between roof and siding. We’re showing a medium green but with the light neutral trim, almost any accent color can work beautifully into this scheme so pick your favorite.
Any earth tones will compliment Aged Cedar and give you a look that will anchor your home within its natural surroundings.
For a monochromatic scheme to be successful, mix the tones and textures. The rough lines of Aged Cedar contrast nicely with the quarried texture of Brownstone. Add a tint of brown to the trim to lighten up the scheme.
Speaking of contrast, another way to create this is with rustic Aged Cedar and classic Castle Gray. Then go with a trim and accent color the lean cooler to bring these two different colors and textures together in a harmonious scheme.
Aged Cedar is the foundation for so many gorgeous exterior schemes. You can see even more of the schemes we’ve created on the post Exterior Color Schemes With Aged Cedar.