September 2023 Color of the Month
Grays Peak Range
Inspired by the ethereal beauty of the world we live in, our September 2023 Color of the Month is
Grays Peak Range*! Named after the breathtaking mountain range in Colorado, this concrete roof tile will invite nature to your doorstep. With its stunning variation of light, dark and warm grays, it’s a cozy and inviting neutral that gives homeowners, builders and designers ample opportunity to create a picturesque, harmonious exterior.
*Grays Peak Range is not available in all profiles in all regions. For a full list of products in your area, please visit the BROWSE TILE section of our website.
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Design Trends and Versatility
Offered in our ever-popular Bel Air profile, Grays Peak Range is sleek, relevant and on-trend. Such a contemporary roof tile deserves to be paired with beautiful wood features, stone accents and lush greenery. Consider materials that draw out the organic influences in the palette, such as natural or composite stone cladding, board and batten siding, concrete pavers and even exposed beams on ceiling entrances or porches are gorgeous, uncultivated complements to the roofscape. In the same vein, landscaping accents can revitalize the exterior of your home. Vibrant jade florals can add flair to a monochromatic scheme or augment incorporated pops of color. If landscaping isn’t an option, consider adding shades of forest green in the form of outdoor rugs, lanai furniture or outdoor décor. The possibilities are endless to create your own mountain getaway or serene oasis.
In the design realm, we’ve seen a shift in recent years for homes to reflect the colors found in nature. Earthy beiges, charcoal shades and olive tones have found their way to both the interiors and exteriors of dwellings. Additionally, there has been a surge in the desire for smooth profiles, multi-textured façades and asymmetrical silhouettes. Aligning with these trends, Grays Peak Range in Bel Air satisfies modern style perfectly. Playing off its silver to ash hues, this concrete roof tile celebrates the outdoors creating a sense of balance and tranquility. With its clean lines, simple yet graceful appearance and avant-garde feel, your property will be transformed.
The versatility of Grays Peak Range lies in its simplistic beauty. Whether you’re seeking to contrast the cool tints of the roof with warm neutrals, or want a minimalist design with stone pigments, this concrete tile can seamlessly protect any structure and align with any architectural style.
Cream tones are a lovely addition to an exterior arrangement with strong heather influences. This mood board is an excellent segway for contemporary styles with lavish neutrals. Gloss the exterior with Sherwin-Williams 7507 Stone Lion, a timeless greige to complement the charcoal variation of the roofscape. For window framing and features such as gables and dormers, opt for SW 7517 Rivers Edge to lighten the façade and introduce delicacy to such a rich scheme. SW 7002 Downy is the ideal pearl shade to coat garage doors, entryways and even as inspiration for veranda furniture. Such a bright white is an elegant pop of pigmentation that remains faithful to the muted colorway.
Trends prove time and time again that ashy grays and oyster hues are here to stay, as such, we offer a minimalist palette with 4669 Grays Peak Range. A delightful ivory to coat the body of a dwelling is an exquisite introduction to a simple color design, and there is none other than Sherwin-Williams 7004 Snowbound. A divine and classy shade, this paint will cascade the exterior magnificently. To emphasize the silhouette, consider SW 7648 Big Chill, a charcoal-tinged eggshell to elegantly shadow the trim of the abode. For front doors, sconces and patio décor SW 6005 Folkstone is a dimensional, lush pigment to invite the dark gunmetal from the tile.
For a state-of-the-art vault that is modern and alluring, crown your abode with Grays Peak Range. Increase your curb appeal and make your home the talk of the neighborhood with an incredible Eagle concrete tile roof.
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