Mocha solar screens, House #1
Our new mocha brown solar screen fabric color is beautiful. Through these pictures, it is hard to get a good feel for the color. Even when it’s up on a home it’s not overwhelmingly striking one way or the other as far as brown goes.
Probably the best pictures are towards the end of this post. Those pictures show the true tone of the mocha fabric. But, it’s only in the sun when looking at the right angle do you see that color.
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Mocha solar screens, House #2
Here’s another home that we installed our mocha fabric solar screens on.
This mocha solar screen fabric is beautiful.
Mocha solar screens, House #3
For this home, the front of this home had a combination of different kinds of stone and brick.
We used our mocha solar screen fabric for this house outlined with brown framing. The brown framing is a dead-on match to the color of the window framing.
We used that mocha color to tie in with the brown and goldish tones of the Sandstone here on the front of the home. Then that a mocha worked really well with the colors of the brick. The mocha complements the colors of the brick very well.
Here shown in this picture is the back of the home. The back of this home had none of that Sandstone installed anywhere within it. However, that mocha Fabric and brown frame tie in exceptionally well with just the brick.
Mocha solar screens, House #4
This is a house that we installed our mocha solar screens on that turned out just fantastic.
That mocha color is not a super dark color like that black or chocolate brown.
The Mocha color is just lighter in tone. Because it’s lighter in tone and it has more color to it, it is our go-to fabric when we need the brown color. For this home the customer could have used our chocolate brown fabric or the mocha, but that mocha ties in really well with this goldish like exterior paint.
Mocha solar screens, House #5
This home has a white brick, actually it’s an off-color white brick. It’s got a slight tannish very light brown tint to the brick. Very slight.
The roof of this home has a little bit of brown in it. Not much brown but a little. Enough so that we could tie in the mocha colored solar screens into the roof.
This homeowner did want a dark black fabric nor did he like the dark chocolate fabric. He was wanting a light color. A light-colored fabric would not look good on this home. It would be way too much light color. You need a contrasting color for the windows, a darker color for the windows when you have a light-colored exterior.
The mocha fabric works very well because it is not as dark of a tone as the black or chocolate.
Mocha solar screens, House #6
In these pictures with the sun shining on the screens, you can really see that mocha fabric. You can see that tone of mocha really jump out.
This home would have looked much better had the homeowner put solar screens on the Windows around and above the front door. This homeowner had us replace old existing solar screens. And the old and existing solar screens were not put on those windows. The homeowner over the years got used to not having solar screens on those windows, therefore, he did not feel that they were needed. However, as you can see from this picture it just looks incomplete and unfinished to me.