Shingle Colors Available from IKO's "Cambridge" Architectural Asphalt Shingles
Check out these shingle color swatches below. Click the color name to see a full-screen picture of the shingle. After that, fill out the form below to send us your selection!
The first three shingle colors presented below - Charcoal Gray, Dual Black and Dual Gray - are the most popular colors, in our experience. These are safe, neutral shades of gray and black that look great with virtually any color siding and style home. When our customers have trouble picking, we recommend one of these three options.
These next three shingle colors - Harvard Slate, Weatherwood and Driftwood - are also good choices for most style homes. Notice that some of these shingle color options are more dynamic than others in that they have more variance in color. For example, Driftwood can be an excellent color choice for homes with multi-colored brick siding because of its solid-color look. If your siding is a solid color, then a multi-colored option like Harvard Slate can look really good in contrast.
The brown shingle colors below - Dual Brown, Earthtone Cedar and Beachwood - go great with homes that have beige, white, and/or cream-colored or brick siding. These brown asphalt shingles are meant to mimic the look of traditional cedar and wood shake roofing. Because of this, they look excellent on many historical homes.
Finally, these last two options are the least common. While they aren't neutral, they can look great with some homes! For example, Super White goes best with gray or white siding, or when there are white elements like a front door or white shutters. Similarly, Aged Redwood can look good when there are red elements to be highlighted with a red roof.