What seems like a small detail, the color of your window trim, can actually alter the entire look of your home’s exterior.
For instance, black window trim may come across more modern, or a window trim that matches your siding can look more subtle with less focus on the windows, and the choice of white window trim adds a clean, crisp pop, drawing your eye straight to the windows.
Midwesterners prefer the white window trim look. In fact, according to market research, 87 percent of Midwest homeowners choose white for their window trim. Because of this, we decided to round up some well-designed homes with unique siding colors that complement white-trimmed windows.
Here are a few that pop:
White and white siding color.
This jaw-dropping home is clad in ColorPlus® Artisan® lap siding in Arctic White. When teamed up with the white-trimmed windows, there’s a monochromatic look that makes the eye notice the home’s detail, the tin roof, the landscaping, the red brick foundation, the driveway, even the outdoor light fixtures.
White and blue siding colors.
There’s something about the Evening Blue shade of this home paired with the Arctic White HardieTrim® boards that make it picture perfect. The natural wood front door and the landscape add to the curb appeal but the color combination is a real head turner.
Beige and white siding colors.
The front of this classic home has ten windows, all trimmed in white. When paired with the Sandstone Beige HardiePlank® lap siding and Woodstock Brown
HardiePanel® vertical siding, this updated Colonial feels refreshed.
No matter what siding color (or colors) you choose, the range of hues in the ColorPlus Technology fade-resistant palette will complement your white-trimmed windows. With this artful array of colors, you can’t go wrong.