When choosing your colorbond shed colours, it is always wise to first go to a hardware store and take a good look at the color options that are available. If you are not sure what color you want, then it would be wise to take a color sample home and have a good look at it. The colorbond company should be able to help you with this process as well. If they cannot help you, then it might be a good idea to use paint in order to see what you can get and then make your decision from there. However, if you are not going to be using paint, then it would probably be a good idea to go with the suggested color options as seen on the color samples.
If you are looking to match your colorbond shed to an existing color of wood, then it would be wise to take that into consideration when choosing your colorbond. Remember, other companies may already have pre-built colorbonds and therefore you could just choose the closest one for your needs and then order it from them. However, if you are going to be building your own shed, then you would probably want to do a little research in order to ensure that the colorbond that you choose is the most appropriate color for your shed. You would want to make sure that it matches both inside and out, as well as looking nice overall.
One thing that many people tend to forget about when it comes to selecting their colorbond shed is to consider the undertone or color tone of the color. Many times people assume that the color is going to stand out against whatever color they have chosen for their shed. This is not always the case, so it is important to take some time and think about what color you want and how the color will impact the space and the overall look of your shed. If you do not do this, then you may find that your shed stands out in an odd way and does not blend in with the rest of the yard. To do this, you should choose a color that is a couple of shades lighter than everything else in your yard and see how that will affect the space. This can really help you in finding the right color tone for your shed.