With the continuing boom of home improvement shows and the wave of before & after content on social media, we have taken note of the latest trends that we forecast will continue throughout 2023.
Home Exterior Trends You May Start Seeing More Of
Repeating throughout all styles of design and architecture, the use of mixed textures is taking over. Smooth finish, wood finish, stone, metal, vertical lines, horizontal lines — whatever the combination, mixing textures adds depth and visual interest. By mix and matching roofing, siding, fascia, color, and finish, the eye picks up on different parts of the home’s exterior, adding dimension and interest.
Monochromatic Color Palette
Adding contrast has always been a consistent trend in design. Yet, we’ve seen an uptick in monochromatic color palettes for the exterior of your home — the most popular being all black. A monochromatic color scheme creates harmony and cohesiveness. When every element of your home’s exterior is the same color, it creates a sense of unity that can be very pleasing to the eye. A monochromatic color scheme also makes your home look more streamlined and modern, which is particularly appealing to those who prefer a minimalist aesthetic.
On the flip side of the above, earthy tone color palettes have remained a timeless approach to home exterior design. Earthy tones create a connection between the home and the natural environment. By using earthy tones that are found in nature, such as browns, greens, and beiges, the home can blend seamlessly into its surroundings. This is particularly appealing for homeowners who live in rural areas or want to create a more naturalistic setting for their homes.
Additionally, earthy tones can be very versatile. They can work well with a variety of architectural styles, from traditional to modern. This versatility makes them a popular choice for homeowners who want to create a cohesive look for their home’s exterior, without limiting their design choices.
Windows That Allow You to Connect More with the Outdoors
Letting in natural light is one thing, but windows that also allow you to connect more with the surrounding nature are next level. Windows can help bring the outdoors inside. By providing a clear view of the surrounding landscape, homeowners can feel more connected to nature even when they’re indoors. Large windows can create a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor spaces, blurring the boundaries between the two and providing a sense of continuity.
Opening the window to nature furthers that connection to the outdoors. In addition to large windows, awning windows, casement windows, bay windows, and garden windows allow you to view the outdoors from multiple angles or let in fresh air more effectively than traditional windows.
All of these home exterior trends can be applied with the help of Royalty Roofing. With our variety of designs, finishes, colors, and textures, the possibilities are endless for your home’s exterior. Contact us today to schedule an on-site inspection by one of our qualified estimators.