Addition is John Hardie Gray Siding w/

holly210May 27, 2010

white trim. It was a significant addition to the back of a small brick house--actually bigger than the original brick house. Orange colored brick in the front of the house and huge gray addition in the back. All the trim currently is white, but I need new gutters in the front of the house. I would like to do a different color than white on the "orangey" brick. QUESTION: Do I have to match the gutters/trim to the back of the house? I suppose the only way you will see that it's different is driving up the street from a side view. Looking straight onto the house, I thought it would be nice to do a dark gray gutter, eventually changing them all to the same color. Does this even make sense? I think the white is ugly against the orange brick. I will try to upload a pic. Thanks in advance for your help.

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