Hi! I have a Canadiana with a field stone front, brown brick on the other three sides, and siding on the ends of the gables. We’re redoing the roof, siding, eves, sofit and fascia and I’m not sure what colours to go with. I was thinking of a grey-blue or grey-green for the siding (something to contrast the brick but tie into the stone), and a neutral (preferably not white) for all of the trim. I’m thinking of driftwood or brown stone for the roof (http://bpcan.com/en-CA/products/residential-roofing/asphalt-roofing-shingles/architect-collection/everest-42-east-only-/ 4 and 5 from the right). Any suggestions?
My suggestion for your siding would be to go with Gentek’s Dark Drift colour. The dark brown bricks are very dominate an you need to pick something that will blend well with them. I suggest Dark Drift because it is darker and richer looking than the cream colour you have there currently and will blend well with the stone and either of the roof colours you are considering. Either the Driftwood or BrownStone will work with this home. I lean toward the Driftwood. I would use Dark Drift for the soffit, fascia and eaves that you are replacing as well. This would tie together all of the other parts of the home and give it a cohesive look.