Brick has been a staple component of home building for centuries and will be for centuries to come. Not only does it look elegant when used properly, but is also extremely durable when compared to other modern-day materials. More often than not, brick foundations and other similar structures are the last part of the home that needs to be replaced or repaired.
Houses have changed tremendously over the years, but one thing has always stayed the same; the love for brick! Nowadays, designers are getting crafty when using brick in combination with various colored siding to create truly one-of-a-kind homes.
Take a look at a few of our favorite beautiful siding and brick color combinations that will make your house the talk of the town!
Neutral Color Tones
Neutral colored siding, such as shades of grey, beige, cream, or white, highlights the natural color of red brick while maintaining a classic style.
The mortar used to hold bricks together is often in a neutral color which can easily be matched to your choice of siding option. Coordinating the siding color with the existing mortar color is an easy way to enhance the aesthetic of your home without worrying about the color of the brick itself.
Opting for white trim makes for an easy transition of color from the siding up to the roof.
Muted Green Color Tones
One of the most popular trends popping up all over the country is the use of green color tones for house siding, especially when paired with brick. This has been a combination used for many years now, making it no surprise that this combination has been making a comeback in modern-day homes.
Muted green tones naturally match with faded brick with the added advantage of bringing color into the home. Keeping the tones ‘dimmed’ down keeps it easy on the eyes while making it surprisingly easy to match various shades of brick and mortar colors.
Shades of sage and forest green create a timeless look that will be relevant throughout the ages. For those of us that live in heavily wooden environments, opting for green siding is a great way to encompass the natural beauty the world has to offer while trying to be part of the chaos.
Black / Dark Color Tones
If you want to keep things simple with a touch of class, black or similar toned color siding is a phenomenal option to consider. Black adds a formal look while white trim offers a bit of comfort.
Black and white combination homes have been used in tandem with brick since the early days of the United States and are sure to continue being in style. Modern homes with sculptural influence look quite breathtaking in a jet black color scheme with brick accents or facades.
Dark blues or grays are another beautiful color addition when paired with red brick without going full black with the siding and trim.
Burgundy / Brown Color Tones
Choosing a siding color that matches the tone of the brick used such as burgundy or brown adds familiarity and comfort to the home from the outside in. The unique granular design of brick allows for a wide range of colors to choose from for an accurate match. Red bricks, for example, are filled with countless shades of brown, red, and tan.
Not only will burgundy or brown siding match the brick sections of your home the best, but it also offers a chance to use a popping trim color. White trim outlines each feature of the home while keeping the overall vibe the same.
Dark-colored siding is becoming increasingly popular this day in age, so fear not, this style isn’t about to go out of fashion any time soon.
Can’t Make A Decision? We Are Here To Help!
With all of the different color and color combination options for just about every part of the home, it comes as no surprise all of this information can be a bit overwhelming. Choosing the best siding and brick color combination for your home is a decision that requires thought and careful planning.
When it comes to the planning part, Clemens Home Solutions is here to help! Our experienced team is on standby to answer any and all questions you may have about siding color options along with everything you need to know about the installation process.