New Slate Roof Color Scheme Advice Needed

Looking at color schemes for Single Width Slate DaVinci roofing. Initially thought Brownstone-VariBlend would be good but now having some second thoughts. Would like some opinions and ideas.

Thanks.,
Wade

Name: Wade Gaeddert
McPherson, KS
Product: DaVinci Single-Width Slate

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Dear Mr. Gaeddert,

You are among a special group of homeowners, who can't go wrong with any of DaVinci colors. Your home would work with just about every color and style offered. That being said there are a few that I think you would be very happy with so allow me to point those out. In the end it really will just come down to personal taste.

You mentioned DaVinci Single-Width Slate and that would be an excellent profile for your home. I think the straight rows complement the look of your home.

The varied warm tones of the Brownstone-VariBlend would work well. The variation in the brown tones would add additional texture and design to your roof that would be very nice.

Smokey Gray or Slate Gray are other colors to consider. Smokey Gray is darker; Slate Gray lighter and warmer.

Look at the colors while standing outside your home and go with the colors that looks best to you. You really can't go wrong.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Slate Alternative

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Color Help for Bellaforté Shake Tiles

Need color suggestions - see attached photos of home - existing cedar shake roof.

David Brunjes
Lake Forest, IL
Product: Bellaforté Shake

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Dear Mr. Brunjes,

In the Bellaforté Shake, I recommend either Mountain-VariBlend or Tahoe-VariBlend. The Mountain color is darker and more similar to your current roof and give the home a more formal look than a lighter roof.

The Tahoe color is not quite as dark and is slightly more brown which might be more of the natural shake look you have in mind.

Either of these colors will work very nicely with the color of your brick and the other elements of your home and landscaping I see in the pictures you provided.

The texture of the Bellaforté Shake will give your roof more dimension that will also add to the overall good look of your home.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Fake Cedar Shake

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Going for a "Florida Look"

We have worked hard to change our 40 year old home into a "Florida look" home. We first painted the brown brick with a Niagara product called Niagara Coatings, and then found a similar color shingle roof. We wanted to blend our home and make it look bigger. Now it's time to re-roof and when we looked for a similar color product, we found you. We are open to new ideas as well.

Michelle Myers
St. Catharines, Ontario
Product: DaVinci

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Dear Ms. Myers,

Your home does show the "Florida look" influence you were going after. To keep that same look in the future you will want to stay with a light roof.

Although not shown on the website we do have a few whites/lights that are available to you - Katie can let you know about the specific options available to you. I think we have a custom color that has been done and is close to the color of your existing roof however it is difficult for me to get a good read on the exact color from your photograph.

Alternately, you could go with a pale to light gray. There are several that you can see in the Color Designer Tool and again Katie can help you with colors.

As you consider your roof color, don't be afraid to go away from a true gray. As long as you stick to a light or pale color you can carry off the same look. Light Gray, Light Weathered Gray or even Light Chesapeake. Sometimes a slight change instead of an exact replacement can be just enough to make you feel like you've updated your entire look if that is what you are hoping for with the new roof.

I hope that gives you the insight you are looking for as you choose a new roof for your "sunny" home.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

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100 Year Old Dutch Colonial

Hi,

We are going to replace our roof in the next year. Our home is a 100 year old Dutch Colonial style. Huge roof on our 2.5 story home. What recommendations do you have for the color blends for shingle roof.

If you need additional pictures I can send some more.

Nancy

NANCY KNOWLES
Omaha, NE

Product: Shingles
 

 

 

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Dear Ms. Knowles,

Among the things I consider when making recommendations the style of the home is a key factor. You can sometimes deviate from what has been used in the past but for a Dutch Colonial sticking with a historic look is the best decision.

The DaVinci Single-Width Shake is my preference because it will have a more uniform look. The Multi-Width Shake would also work but keep in mind the staggered placement may be too much texture for the traditional look.

I also recommend going with a color that is similar to natural cedar and has slight color variations rather than a distinct pattern. Tahoe-VariBlend or Autumn-VariBlend both fit that criteria. It looks like either would go nicely with the brick on your home, too.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Fake Cedar Shake

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Help with Color

Need color suggestions...

John Raudabaugh
Boise, ID
Product: Bellaforte Shake




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Dear Mr. Raudabaugh,

For your home I recommend colors Autumn or Tahoe. I like that the Autumn blend stands out a bit more but that is just personal taste. Either color would be beautiful on your home.

Both of these blends have a warm brown tone that blends in well with the surrounding landscape as well as the style of your home. I also recommend the Bellaforte profile or the staggered Multi-Width tiles to give your roof texture that adds an element of interest to your home.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Designer Roof Option

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Color Choice? Help!

Can you assist with Color choice?

Pat Hengen
Honey Creek, Iowa
Product: Bellaforté Slate - Castle Gray?


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Dear Mr. Hengen,

The Bellaforté Slate is an excellent choice for the style and size of your home.

Gray looks like a nice complement to your stonework on your home. I think you can go with the Castle Gray that you selected but just make sure that from a distance the color of your stone and roof do not appear to look the same or both have a distinct pattern. 

You want these two elements to have the same tones but you do not want them to look identical or very similar from a distance. You still want the two elements to stand on their own while coming together to create a cohesive look.

If you think the stone and Castle Gray are too close you could go with a color that has less pattern and more subtle color variations such as the Slate Gray-VariBlend or Smokey Gray-VariBlend. Either of these would also be a nice choice to top off your home.

I hope that gives you the information you need to make your final decision.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Designer Roor

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Please Help Narrow Down Color Selections...

Looking to narrow down product & color selection & looking for ideas.

I'm interested in using one of your shake products in the gable areas of my home and either the slate or shake product on the front porch roof.

Kevin Steltenpohl
Grafton, Wisconsin
Product: Shake

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Dear Mr. Steltenpohl, 

From what I see in the picture as well as what you have indicated in your description that you are trying to bring together different materials and colors into a cohesive look for your exterior. Doing so is a little more challenging than a typical 3-color exterior scheme but the payoff for your effort is an exterior that has lots of style and personality.

It is difficult for me to clearly see your existing colors and materials in your photo but I think my recommendations are still correct. I would like you to confirm while looking at samples of the color recommendations in close proximity to your existing materials.

For the shake on the gables you have a couple of options. You can go with a color similar to the brick around the base of your home. Weathered Gray appears to be a good match. Or you can go with a color that is a closer match for the stain on your garage. Tahoe would be my recommendation in that case. Whatever color you choose the uneven sized of the DaVinci Fancy Shake or DaVinci Multi-Width Shake would break up the evenly spaced lines of your main roof and brickwork and give you the interest this area deserves with both in color and pattern.

As for the accent roof, I recommend blending with the color of the existing roof but changing the surface to DaVinci Slate or going with a brown tone similar to the stain on the doors and the color in the gables. I'm leaning towards going with a gray that blends with the existing roof -- Smokey Gray or Slate Gray but a warm brown tone similar darker than whatever color you choose for the gables could work too but you will have to look at some samples of the color in place to find just the right one that works with the other colors.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Polymer Roof Tiles

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Help with New Slate Roof for Brick Home

Currently have black fake slate; looking for suggestion as a replacement. Open to warmer colors or staying with black.

Mark Reston
Hurst, TX
Product: Bellaforté or Multi-Width Slate

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Dear Mr. Reston,

Since you are upgrading your roof I would suggest going with a new color so that you can really see a difference. Black has worked well up until now but there are other colors that would also give your home a great look.

If you stay in the gray family either Slate Gray or Smokey Gray will give you a similar look to what you have now but will be less of a stark contrast to the color of your brick.

If you want to go with a warm tone I recommend selecting one of the colors that is similar and slightly darker than the darkest color in your bricks. From the picture it looks like Mountain would be a good match. I would not choose more than two variations - such as medium and dark as I have shown. With too much variation between the roofing tiles the roof pattern will compete with the brick pattern. A roof that is more solid in color will allow the brick to stand out.

The size and even arrangement of the Bellaforté Slate is a good fit for your home but any of the DaVinci Slate profiles will work well.

I hope that helps you in making your selection.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Designer Roof

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Color and Product Help

We are considering Multi-Width Slate in Castle Gray, Brownstone or European. In Multi-Width Shake, options seem to be Weathered Gray or custom colors. Bellaforté Shake: Weather Gray-VariBlend or Tahoe-VariBlend.

Need help. Please see attached pics. What product do you think works best on our home and what color? Big decision.
David Stertzer
Colleyville, Texas
Product: Multi-Width Slate, Multi-Width Shake, Bellaforté Shake


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Dear Mr. Stertzer,

My recommendation would be either the Brownstone-VariBlend or Slate Gray-VariBlend. You mentioned you were considering Castle Gray-VariBlend, which could also work but I like the slightly darker color Slate Gray against the body of your home a bit more.

Both Brownstone or Slate Gray will work equally well with your style and color of your home. I like the warmth of tones in the Brownstone with your brick. I have attached an image of another home with this roof so you can see what I mean since it is difficult to see it in the small swatch.

On the other hand the Slate Gray is a classic choice that matches your home stately appearance. You just have to choose which color appeals to you more since you won't go wrong with either choice.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Designer RoofFake Slate Roof

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What Product Would Help Us to Match Original Roof Design?

Please see 3 attached Photos (Front, back, side of house). Considering DaVinci to replace current roof. Davinci "Single-Width Slate" looks to match current design of original roof. Current clay tile roof is original to house built in 1937 but believe color scheme different (believe originally house painted in white trim). Request help with a recommendation for choosing color of a new roof to best go with house. Considering Slate Back or Smokey Gray?

Thank you for the assistance.

Randell
Clayton, MO
Product: DaVinci Single-Width Slate (thinking Slate Back or Smokey Gray)

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Dear Mr. Gelzer,

Either of the color choices you are considering for you new roof will work quite well. 

Going with the Single-Width DaVinci Slate will be in keeping with the style that was original to your home's style and period. Moving away from the clay color will give your home a new and updated look.

With how the color of your brick looks in the photos, I am leaning towards Smokey Gray just slightly more than Slate Black because the tone of your bricks appears appears to be warm and softened a bit by a gray colorcast. The Smokey Gray has these same qualities.

Going with Slate Black would be a sharper contrast to the bricks giving your home a more formal look. It really just depends on what you are after.

You mention the historical white trim and if you do decide to go back to this look take time to find just the right white. One good place to get started is to look for the colorcast in the grout between your bricks. Is it cool gray, warm yellowish gray or something else? Matching the undertone of your white to the colorcast of your grout usually insures that the white will also work well with your brick.

For example if the grout looks warm or yellowish then you will want to find a warm white or creamy off white. Put several white paint chips near your grout and bricks to narrow down your selection. Once you have a white you think is right I recommend painting is on a good size section of your trim so that you can stand back from your home and make sure you like how it looks. A color that you liked in the store may seem too bright when used outdoors. It is best to always look at the color where you will be using it.

I hope that helps you to make a decision about your roof color. The DaVinci Slate will be a nice update for your lovely home.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Slate Alternative

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Need Color Confidence

I don't have the confidence that I used to when it comes to choosing a color for our home. I am uncertain at to what would look best. The exterior of the home will remain the same color. In the images I am sending you the sky is overcast and the roof is wet with morning moisture.

John
Plattsburg, MO
Product: Bellaforté Slate

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Dear Mr. Kemper,

Choosing a color for your roof is a big decision and it can be confusing. I understand and am here to help by giving you advice on what to look for and think about as you make your decision.

Since you mention that the main and trim colors on your home will not change you will want to find a color that will work with what is existing. You will also want to choose a color that will work well in the future if you ever do decide to change these colors.

With that in mind, I recommend DaVinci Shake in either Mountain or Tahoe. From how the colors look in your photo I think Mountain would be my choice.

You had mentioned to your contact in the customer care department that you like gray and while Mountain is a deep brown it leans toward dark gray. I think you may find that this color will work better with your current colors than gray but still give you the look you like.

But photos can be deceiving so look at both colors in the daylight against your main and accent colors. Then trust your own eyes and judgment to choose the one that you find most appealing.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Faux Cedar Shake

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Baron Georgian Colonial

Hi,

We need a new roof and love the look of the DaVinci products! Our Georgian Colonial home is a light beige with green shutters. It sits on the end of a cul-de-sac so you see A LOT of roof as you drive up the road. Can you help us pick a good roof color and style? And we are open to changing our green shutters.

Thank you so much!

Christine Baron
Mahopac, NY
Product: Slate

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Dear Ms. Baron,

I recommend the Bellaforté Slate for your home. It fits with the style of home. The size and pattern of the Bellaforté Slate will give your roof dimension without being too busy when you see a large portion of the roof as you approach the cul-de-sac.

To give you an updated look would go with a gray roof. From the photo it looks like the stone on your home has a fair amount of gray. Choose from Slate Gray-VariBlend or Smokey Gray-VariBlend depending on which one looks the best to you against your home. Either will look great so trust your judgment.

Polymer Slate RoofIf you'd like to keep with a brown roof the Brownstone-VariBlend would also be a good choice.

With either your can keep the shutters green or go with a new color. With either of the gray roof colors and light beige siding you can choose from just about any color family for your shutters. Black, green, brick red, even blue could all work. For your style home I'd look for a deep rich color that is slightly toned down, muted or grayed rather than bright, vibrant colors. These are often the types of colors you find in the historic color collections offered by most paint companies.

With the Brownstone roof you could go with a deep rich brown in a tone that blends with the roof, deep warm red, or maybe get a bit bold and try teal. Teal or blue could also be a nice front door color with a Brownstone roof.

I hope that helps you make the roof selection for your lovely home a little bit easier.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

 

 

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Color Help in Oklahoma!

Need help on color.

I'm looking to replace my existing cedar shake roof & I'm considering DaVinci Multi-Width Shakes. Photos are attached of my red brick home, with a white stone entry, mahogany entry door & garage doors, copper flashing above a bay window & tan-painted trim.

I'd like advice on good (or bad) colors of DaVinci Multi-Width Shakes, in light of my red brick, etc.

My contractor provided sample of two colors (weathered grey & mountain), so my impression of the other colors are based upon DaVinci's website.

My top choices are Mountain and Autumn. I'm a little concerned that an autumn roof would be too much brown, in light of my brown entry door & my brown garage doors, and because of the slope of my roof, any roof color will be prominent.

I've eliminated the Weathered Gray and New Cedar as too light. I suspect that the Chesapeake color is also too light. Based upon photos on the DaVinci website, the Tahoe color appears to have some purple hue, which offends my eye.

So, I'm somewhat leaning towards Mountain, with Autumn as a second choice.

I welcome your thoughts. Thanks.

Steve
Oklahoma
Product: Multi-Width Shake




 

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Dear Mr. Cleveland,

I think you have narrowed it down to two good choices and like you I prefer the Mountain blend over the Autumn blend for your home.

I think that the Autumn blend is too close in color, value and pattern to your brickwork. It is better to have more contrast than the Autumn blend will give you with your existing colors.

The Mountain blend will give you contrast and also blend well with the tones in your brick and doors. I think it will also work well with the colors in the stone around your entrance. It would be a good choice for your new roof.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

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Need A Color Recommendation

Could you provide a color recommendation?

Thanks,
Frank Gable
Reading, PA
Product: Single Width Slate

    

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Dear Mr. Gable,

There are a few options for color in the Single-Width DaVinci Slate that would work well on your home. You could stay with a brighter color similar to what you have now by going with Sonora-VariBlend.

While I like the colorful roof a subtler color would be more versatile in opening up many options for main and accent colors for your home over the long life of the roof.

Brownstone-VariBlend is one option I like. The warm tones work well with the existing colors and the surroundings.

Slate Gray-VariBlend would be another option. It works with any color, is a medium tone and has the natural look of a roof that could have been used originally on your style of home.

With the classic look of your home you really can't go wrong with any of the colors available. These are just a couple of choices I like but if you are leaning in another direction I wouldn't hesitate to go with the color that speaks to you.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Slate Alternative

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Can't Decide on Color - What Do You Recommend?

We are going to have Bellaforté roofing put on but can't decide on color. Can you suggest one? We are thinking about Sabino, but not sure.

John Hardison
Missouri Valley, IA
Product: Bellaforté

    


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Dear Mr. Hardison,

The choice you are leaning towards -- Bellaforté Slate in Canyon-VariBlend (formerly Sabino) -- would work well on your home. The color of the brick in the picture looks like it would blend nicely with the variety of tones in the roof. Since the color is not always true in a photograph when shared online please confirm that this is true by looking at a sample of the roofing tiles alongside the brick color of your home. Stand back towards the front of your property and view the colors together in daylight. 

Gray as you have now could work, too. However, I would suggest a slightly different tone -- Slate Gray as a better match to your brick.

Replacing the roof with Bellaforté Slate will have a big impact on updating the look of your exterior. Replacing the porch supports with clean square columns would also fresh up your home and be a better match for the sturdy more substantial look of your new slate roof.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Polymer Slate

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Need Color Assistance for our Home and our Neighborhood Association

Our Neighborhood Association just approved DaVinci for the 17 homes in our development when the roofs are replaced. All homes currently have wood shingle roofs of varying ages. My neighbor and I will be the first to replace our existing roofs. We need help selecting the specific product, installation pattern, and color, which will most closely resemble our existing roofs, and look best on our homes. I've attached 3 pics of my home (front and rear) as well as 2 pics of neighboring homes. Thank you.
Craig
Omaha, Nebraska
Product: Multi-Width Shake or Bellaforté Shake

    


    


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Dear Mr. Hergott,

It is great news that your Homeowner's Association (HOA) has approved DaVinci Roofscapes products for all homes. As one of the first to select your roof type and colors you will be an example for your neighbors to refer to as others in your neighborhood replace their roofs so it is important for us to guide you on making a great selection.

I looked at all of the pictures that you sent of both homes in the development. It looks like the original cedar have changed in color as they have aged to brownish gray and the shakes are not as even as they once were. With the DaVinci product these are two concerns you will not have in the future. The color and look will remain basically the same for the life of the roof.

Since that is the case if you like the look of the aged shakes over how they looked when they were brand new then that is the look you will want to go for. I prefer the aged look for the homes in your neighborhood over the new cedar because it appears to me that the new cedar would not have enough contrast to the color of the bricks. Worry less about matching the existing color per se and more about finding a color that has a similar feel that you can love for many years to come.

My first thought is to go with either a Multi-Width or Bellaforté tile in Weathered Gray. This color has the warm look of aged wood. The Bellaforté has a bolder texture where the Multi-Width can be installed straight or staggered depending on the amount of texture/pattern desired. 

If you prefer a deeper tone on the roof then a second option is Tahoe. Tahoe is darker and more brown in color than the weathered gray. It would give you more contrast between your roof and main color of the home(s) but it would still blend into the surroundings nicely.

In either case you will want to view the actual colors in outside of your home to get a true idea of how they are going to look before making your final decision.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Fake Cedar Shake

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Need Help with Color Blends for Our Home

Having a hard time picking a color as they seem to look different on paper than they do on the website. Could you look at our picture of the house and recommend a color or color blend. I am liking the blend of dark mountain, dark tan, but could really appreciate your suggestion for this style of house.

Janet O'Brien
Whittier, CA
Product: DaVinci Slate Single-Width

 

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Dear Ms. O'Brien,

You are on the right track with the color blends you like for your home.

I recommend that you look at DaVinci Roofscapes Multi-Width Shake in Mountain and Tahoe. The Mountain blend is darker and more brown/gray. The Tahoe is slightly lighter and more brown. The Tahoe will be closer to how the roof currently appears to me in your photos.

Either color blend will work well on your home. Look at the colors against your home in the light and determine which you prefer with the main and trim color of your home as well as which you think fits in best with the natural surroundings.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Fake Cedar Shake

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So Many Color Options... What Do You Think?

We are trying to decide what color would look best on this house of the DaVinci Slate options. We like the darker colors, and are leaning towards Slate Black. What do you think?

Allyn Weddle
Manhattan, KS
Product: DaVinci Slate - Bellaforté or Multi-Width

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Dear Mr. Weddle,

A DaVinci Roofscapes Slate roof would be great on your home and a darker color would be a good choice.

I recommend the Single-Width profile in either Slate Black-VariBlend or Smokey Gray-VariBlend. The gray/black tones are a good match and subtle shift in color will work well with the stone on your home.

When it comes time to update the other exterior elements on your home look for shades or the colors you like that are slightly toned down or have a gray cast.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Fake Slate

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Help with Roof Color

What would be the best color?

Alan
Bellevue, WA
Product: Bellaforté


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Dear Mr. Mitchel,

For your home I am recommending that you use roofing that is brown to blend with the warm tones in your brick and be similar to the look you have now. Tahoe-VariBlend will be lighter and closer to the look of new shakes. Mountain-VariBlend is darker, more gray and will be closer to the current color.

Your current roof looks like a single-width shake and that would be a good choice for a replacement. To give the roof a slightly different look you could change to the Multi-Width product or Bellaforté Shake.

Alternately, you could successfully use the Slate profile in a brown tone or change to one in the gray color family.

The key for your home is that the roof cannot compete with the pattern in your brick. For this reason a blend with tiles from different color families would not be the best choice. Instead use a roof that is more of a single color with any changes in color looking like the subtle variations you would find in any natural material. This is where the VariBlend technology shines in giving you that look within the range of tiles.

I realize this is not giving a single choice but you have many DaVinci Roofscapes options that would work wonderfully on your home. Just follow the guidelines and pick the color you like best.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

Polymer Roof Tiles

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Need Help Deciding Which Bellaforte Color Blend with My Brick

Choosing colors for roof & siding. Attached are photos of my house & brick.
Christine Rasmussen
Omaha, NE
Product: Bellaforte

    

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Dear Ms. Rasmussen,

I think that the direction you are going for the changes to your exterior are on target.

A gray or gray/brown roof in either slate or shake will work well with your brick. I have recommended either the DaVinci Multi-Width Shake in Mountain or Bellaforté Slate in Slate Gary-Veriblend to give you the look you are after.

For your siding look for a color like Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray HC-170. You can also go with that same type of color but darker depending on what looks best when you look at it on your home next to the brick and in your environment/lighting.

You can stay with the same color family for your front door. Just look for a tone that picks up on the darkest values in your brick. It looks to me like Benjamin Moore Sienna 2092-20 might work well. Use this as a starting point but again look at your actual brick and trust your eye to pick a color that is the right tone. It doesn't have to match and in fact will look better if it is a bit darker and/or brighter so just look for a door color that blends -- not too red or too orange.

Sincerely,

Kate Smith
DaVinci Roofscapes Color Expert

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