Whatever your home’s design, be it a craftsman, colonial or cottage, you want the palette you choose to complement your abode’s bones. Fortunately, when it comes time to choose your home’s exterior hues, if you opt for James Hardie® siding and trim with ColorPlus® Technology, each color choice is designed to be paired with one another.
James Hardie’s color experts created a curated palette with that intention in mind. Whether it’s creamy neutrals with a red accent, or a dark green with hint of gray—you seriously cannot go wrong with any James Hardie ColorPlus color combination. To prove this, we wrangled up a few standout homes, clad in colors you may not have initially chosen. As it turns out, they work surprisingly well. Take a look for yourself.
This gabled home is clad in Mountain Sage staggered edge HardieShingle® siding and Mountain Sage HardiePlank® lap siding. The standout gables are clad in Countrylane Red HardiePanel® vertical siding. When pairing green and red hues, the holidays can sometimes come to mind, but these two colors paired with the Sail Cloth HardieTrim® boards makes the home feel interesting and inviting throughout every season.
This home is clad in Woodland Cream HardiePlank lap siding, paired with Woodstock Brown straight edge HardieShingle siding. The Sail Cloth HardieTrim boards seem to tie this palette together for a completely unique and harmonious combination.
This updated craftsman is clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Heathered Moss paired with HardiePanel vertical siding in Sail Cloth. The cream and soft green paired with the green shutters creates a cohesive-meets-playful look.
When you opt for the James Hardie palette, there’s the added benefit of ColorPlus® Technology, a baked-on color process that helps resist fading, chipping
and cracking. That means your siding and trim colors look fresh and bold longer with less maintenance. From cool to warm, and neutral to dark, James Hardie’s collection of well-curated colors are ready for you, so you feel less overwhelmed and more empowered as you design your home’s exterior.