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DaVinci Sage hand-split siding is a well-balanced color that will welcome you home and give you an added dose of peace of mind at the end of a long day.
As an exterior color, Sage is hue linked to the natural environment. As a siding color, it can go warm or cool depending on the colors you pair with it.
If you are going to go green, go all the way by finding a deeper shade of sage for your accent color. Pull it together with Weathered Gray shakes and a light neutral in a similar gray tone.
Brown and green are natural color partners but Sage and Mountain are an especially attractive pair. Give this pairing added polish with a rich brown accent color.
Lighten up your brown and sage color scheme with Autumn shakes. Then add a slightly grayed white and soft brown accents. This is a perfect palette for creating a less formal look on your home’s exterior.
Another variation on the brown and sage scheme is to go gray rather than brown for your neutral and accent color. Gray blends very well with DaVinci Sage and the natural color variations in Tahoe shakes.
Sage with blue is a forever favorite and one that people will be drawn to on your home. To top off this relaxing color scheme, Smokey Gray will keep it cool.
Sometimes the best way to accent your siding color is to go lighter rather than darker. For this Sage color scheme, a hazy green-gray is just the right color with Sage siding, a tone white trim, and Slate Gray roof. Gorgeous!
For the final scheme, the pendulum sways back to the dark range of accent colors landing on a deep, cool green that you might mistake for charcoal gray. Keep this Sage scheme classic with Slate Black and a warm neutral.
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