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2024 Color Trends for Your Home: Windows, Doors, Siding Edition

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Out with the old and in with the new—2024 color trends for your home are here! Get inspired for your next renovation project and stay on-trend with colors that give your home a refreshed look for the new year.

Leaning into Your Style for 2024

Even if your style is filled with neutral tones and colors, selecting colors can feel risky—especially for first-time homeowners who haven’t had the creative freedom to change the appearance of their home’s exterior. Don’t feel limited in your selection; it’s okay to experiment with different colors and materials to find a combination that works best for you and your home.

2024 Colors For Your Home’s Exterior Products

Whether you’re looking to replace your outdated windows or enhance your home with new siding, our experts have gathered everything you need to know about 2024 color trends.

Earthy Tones and Materials

Composite siding on a house

Rich, chocolatey browns, vibrant shades of green and dusty grays translate seamlessly from the natural terrain of New Orleans, LA to your home’s exterior. Earthy tones like terracotta and sand compliment your home’s raw surroundings and keep its design grounded, allowing you to experiment with color in other places.

Try it: Select an unrefined, woodgrain finish for your custom replacement windows and elevate your home’s style without sacrificing the beauty of natural elements. Plus, wood finishes from Window World of New Orleans don’t come with the costly expense of natural wood windows.

Moody Blues

The color blue adds sophistication to your home whether you use it as an accent, color-drenched finish or coastal-inspired look. Mid-tones balance depth and interest with modern elegance without overwhelming your space. Above all else, this is a color palette for creative risk-takers who aren’t afraid to let a little darkness into the everyday.

Try it: Give your home a completely new look with Everlast’s composite siding in the shades Harbor Blue or Blue Spruce.

Lilac

Lilac’s soft, tranquil hue invokes feelings of serenity and renewal. And what better way to introduce feelings of calm to your home than painting your front entry door? While it may seem like an unusual color, lilac works well with various architectural styles, as well as light and dark color palettes. It adds a soft pastel touch to traditional black-and-white color palettes, lending a pleasing sweetness to your front porch.

Try it: Paint your entry door with a cool-toned, violet hue to contrast the warmer features of your home’s exterior. Want to go a little darker? Our Eggplant front door hue is perfect for adding a punch of muted purple to your home’s curb appeal.

Cream or Off-White

home with vinyl siding 4000 series energy plus finish

Bright whites, creams and other off-white variations don’t have to be boring! Neutral tones are versatile and effortlessly sleek, providing your home with inviting appeal that you’ll never tire of. They’re a warmer alternative to white that’s easy on the eyes. Plus, modern vinyl siding is easy to maintain and clean with minimal effort required. With a color as forgiving as cream, you’ll only need to rinse your siding a couple of times a year.

Try it: Install vinyl siding in shades like Glacier White, Antique Parchment or Natural Linen for a timeless appearance that doesn’t clash with your home’s other design elements.

Step into 2024 with Window World of New Orleans

Ring in the new year with a home that captures your personality while maintaining its energy efficiency and effortless curb appeal. Explore our range of exterior home upgrades when you request your free estimate with Window World of New Orleans today!