When it comes time to select a siding color, Midwesterners love light hues that brighten up their exterior.
You can opt for cream-colored siding, such as Navajo Beige or Cobble Stone, or go for bright Arctic White, a standard for many Minnesota architectural home styles. Go the way of light gray, the trendiest new hue, with Light Mist—it’s the lightest of the James Hardie collection of grays.
All of the curated ColorPlus® Technology colors James Hardie offers are ready to add character to your home’s exterior, and lucky for you, the product’s ColorPlus Technology is engineered to help resist damaging UV rays, which means your home siding color will last longer and look brighter compared to field-applied paint.
Since these siding and trim colors are going to stick around a while, make them hues you love to see as you pull into the driveway. Here are a few inspiring color choices that’ll lighten up your Midwest home.
Siding Color: Shades of White in Arlington Heights
This two-story beauty in the Arlington Heights is clad in HardiePlank® lap siding in creamy Cobble Stone with HardieTrim® boards in bright Arctic White. The home’s balcony beckons you with its decorative columns and detailed spindles in matching crisp white.
Siding Color: Navajo Beige Beauty
This Minneapolis single-family home stands out with HardiePanel® vertical siding in Navajo Beige cladding the home’s gables, and HardiePlank lap siding in Cobble Stone. The two neutral hues blend nicely and the nutty brown shutters offer a slight pop.
Siding Color: Light Mist in Milwaukee
As the sun sets, this Wisconsin home seems to sparkle. It’s clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Light Mist. The straight edge HardieShingle® siding in the matching tone adds a hint of interest to the misty Midwest abode.
If this collection of light-toned ColorPlus Technology hues leaves you wanting more, there are so many more looks you can choose from. Check out James Hardie’s home color tool to design your own color combinations from a main siding color, to the trim, to any accents. Selecting your home’s bright, new siding hues just got a little easier.