Siding Options and Trends for 2023
What are the most prominent home siding trends this year? Walk away from this guide knowing the value of siding, the types available, and design trends taking West Michigan by storm.
The Benefits of Quality Siding
Proper siding protects your exterior and insulation from moisture. Additionally, modern siding increases the value of your home so that you can save money in the long run.
Types of Siding
1. Board and Batten
Board and batten siding, or "barn siding," are vertically placed, thin strips of wood. They give shadows and textures to the exterior, and many people describe the look as rustic or chic. Also, board and batten is durable.
2. Horizontal Siding
The most widely used siding are horizontal panels, or layered strips. We love horizontal siding because it fits on any home and in any environment.
3. Vertical Siding
Vertical siding brings a unique look to your home, primarily if it covers the entire exterior.
4. Faux Shaker Accents
Faux shakers are convenient because they're low maintenance, durable against harsh weather, and add variety to your exterior's texture. People use them for gables, but you can install them anywhere on your exterior!
1. Shaker Accents
Feel free to combine colors or shakers with lots of windows. Another exterior design trend is to make the shakers lighter than your roof. Additionally, shaker accents work well with classic and rustic looks.
2. Earthy Tones
Another trendy color scheme this year is earthy tones, one or more neutral colors. These hues are known to invoke nostalgic and grounding feelings.
3. Black and White Color Schemes
You can achieve the black-and-white palette in various ways, such as black siding with white windows or white siding with a black roof. Additionally, it fits minimalist and modern farmhouse aesthetics.
4. Combining Types of Siding Panels
We love to help homeowners protect their exteriors!
Are you ready for new siding? Contact us for a FREE quote. Invest in your home's value and curb appeal with these exterior trends when you replace your siding in West Michigan!
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