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Metal Building Color Schemes and Finishes

When it comes to installing a metal building on your property, most of the reasons you are doing so is probably for function. You might require one for a storage building, as a barn, as a garage, or any other sort of commercial building. However, even within buildings that are primarily functional, personal style preferences might remain an important consideration.

In this article, we’re focused on exactly that. We’re going to show you all the ways you can make your metal building customized to your own tastes. If you can dream it, you can pretty much make it a reality when it comes to finishes for your metal building. The options, in colors and types of finishes, are almost endless.

When ordering your building, you will be asked to choose the color of the roof, walls, and the trim pieces, and you will have a choice of siding options for the exterior of your building. Each manufacturer will have different options, so be sure to shop around.

We’re going to look at the options that are available for metal building exterior finishes and colors. And if you happen to have an idea that isn’t listed here, feel free to reach out to your metal building supplier, because they can probably make it happen.

In this guide

Colors

When selecting your metal building finishes, you have the option to choose colors for your roof, walls, and the trim pieces. The number of possible color combinations are only limited by your imagination.

Each manufacturer will have their set of standard colors to choose from. They will usually offer custom colors, for an additional cost. Keep in mind that metal buildings are designed to last 20-50 years, so today’s trendy color may not be as attractive in 50 years.

You will also want to consider how the colors you select will affect the interior temperature of the building. Dark colors will attract and hold in heat, and lighter colors will reflect the heat, keeping the building cooler.

However, the real tough decision comes when trying to decide which color combinations you personally enjoy. Matching colors can be harder than it seems. With so many color options available, it can be hard to know which ones will match and which ones will clash.

In the next section, we’re going to provide you with some popular color combinations.

Popular Color Choices

As mentioned, it can be pretty difficult to choose custom color combos that will match. They need to match not only the colors on the structure itself, but the colors in the surrounding environment, and the other buildings on your property.

Matching colors is not always as easy as it sounds. Especially when you need to pick a roof color, a side color, a trim color, and more. It can all get a bit overwhelming, especially when you are no style expert.

There are a few basic rules to remember, such as the idea that white or black basically combines with anything. There are also several other color combinations that go well together. You can even use an online tool such as a color visualizer to see your end result. But at the end of the day, the color combination is your choice, and as long it matches your personal style, there is no wrong answer.

However, if you are still having trouble deciding, here are few examples of successful paint color combinations to get you inspired:

KOKO BROWN SADDLE TAN

KOKO BROWN & SADDLE TAN

POLAR WHITE MEDIUM BRONZE

POLAR WHITE & MEDIUM BRONZE

SNOW WHITE CLASSIC GREEN

SNOW WHITE & CLASSIC GREEN

SNOW WHITE CRIMSON RED

SNOW WHITE & CRIMSON RED

SNOW WHITE FERN GREEN

SNOW WHITE & FERN GREEN

SNOW WHITE GALLERY BLUE 2