Explore 6 Color Schemes to Help You Envision the Possibilities for Your Exterior
Whether you are building a new home or in need of replacing the roof on your existing structure, we understand that selecting the right roofing material, profile and color may be a difficult task. Not to mention, the rest of your exterior color scheme. To help you out, we’ve asked a few of our most “design savvy” Eagle team members to share which concrete roof tile products* are their favorite and provide some color palette ideas. We hope these beautiful exterior schemes will provide a little dose of inspiration and guidance in making your selection process effortless.
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4883 Bel Air Hillsborough Blend
One of my favorite concrete roof tile colors that we offer here at Eagle is 4883 Bel Air Hillsborough Blend. I love how the grays and browns beautifully blend together, creating a comforting color palette.
I would recommend pairing this tile with a light beige paint for the exterior body color, like Sherwin Williams 9085 Touch of Sand, and trimming the structure in a warm light brown, similar to Sherwin Williams 7503 Sticks & Stones, to complement the blend’s soft hues. Add a little bit of muted color to accent the front door and any ornate details with Sherwin Williams 0032 Needlepoint Navy.
This color palette and concrete roof tile profile would pair nicely with a Ranch or Craftsman style home, making a warm and inviting exterior.
3723 Capistrano Adobe Blend
Being from California, I love Spanish inspired ranch style homes that you often find along the beaches, in the hills of the San Fernando Valley or in Pasadena communities.
To achieve this authentic look, an S-shaped brightly blended tile should top off the roof. Our 3723 Capistrano Adobe Blend is a great option. A classic white or cream stucco finish, like Sherwin Williams 7551 Greek Villa, keeps the roof as the focal point and exterior accents and windows should be trimmed in a dark wood-like tone, such as Sherwin Williams 7027 Well-Bred Brown.
For a touch of color, use Sherwin Williams 6381 Anjou Pear for the front door and garage. This will also complement the beautiful golden hues in the roof tile.
2603 Malibu Sanborn Blend
Houses with Mediterranean influences are simply gorgeous. Their architecture leans on Italian, Greek and Spanish influences, and feature beautiful design elements such as: light-colored plaster walls, romantic arches and columns, and glamorous balconies on display. These Mediterranean inspired homes are also traditionally roofed with either clay or concrete barrel roof tile.
For a bit of a modern flare, I would recommend choosing Eagle’s more contemporary barrel profile in a subtle blend, such as 2603 Malibu Sanborn Blend. Our Malibu tile has gentle curves, which adds visual interest and striking effects enhancing the overall curb appeal.
Sherwin Williams 7541 Grecian Ivory would be the perfect clean, light paint color for the body of the home with the arches, windows and balcony railings trimmed in Sherwin Williams 6151 Quiver Tan. Lastly, highlight the terracottas in the roof using Sherwin Williams 6340 Baked Clay on the front door for that perfect added touch of flair.
1687 Golden Eagle Brown Gray Range
One of my personal favorite concrete roof tiles is 1687 Golden Eagle Brown Gray Range. I like the wood shake look as it accentuates a rustic vibe and provides texture and dimension for any roof.
I would recommend Sherwin Williams 6073 Perfect Greige for the exterior paint color as well as trimming the home with Sherwin Williams 6994 Greenblack. The neutral exterior contrasts the darker shade of the trim and makes the green undertones pop. Try illuminating the front door and other accents with Sherwin Williams 6193 Privilege Green to add a splash of color that complements the earth tones.
This nature-inspired color palette pairs beautifully with Craftsman or Bungalow-style homes for a calm and natural look.
3688 Capistrano Buena Vista Blend
One of my absolute favorite concrete roof tile colors that Eagle offers is 3688 Capistrano Buena Vista Blend. I love the natural tans and terracottas, while the blue tinted light gray adds a gorgeous touch of blue to the overall blend.
I recommend pairing this tile with a beige color, like Sherwin Williams 6127 Ivoire, and accenting the beige by using a tan-tinged white for the trim and shutters, such as Sherwin Williams 6126 Navajo White. These two colors will perfectly complement the blend’s warmer colors. For some pop, paint the door a bright airy blue to bring out the blueish undertones, like Sherwin Williams 6492 Jetstream.
This color palette and barrel roof tile profile would pair well with a Mediterranean Style or Florida Inspired home, creating a light and picturesque exterior.
4595 Bel Air Dark Charcoal
4595 Bel Air Dark Charcoal is easily my favorite concrete roof tile we offer here at Eagle Roofing Products. It’s the darkest gray tile we manufacture and gives a clean, slate-like look, complementing a wide variety of exterior colors and architectural styles.
For a charming Farmhouse-style color scheme, try Sherwin Williams 7042 Shoji White for the home’s body and a neutral tan for the trim, like Sherwin Williams 7052 Gray Area. Really make the roof pop and complement its deep, dark tones with Sherwin Williams 7069 Iron Ore as the accent paint for the front door and shutters.