Choosing the right Siding – James Hardie’s collection of trim shades.
If you stop to peruse neighborhood homes, you’ll likely notice many with white trim accentuating the doors, windows and corners. It’s not only popular, but it can add a freshness that many homeowners seek. We love the look of white trim but wanted to show you a not-so-stark option.
A neutral trim color can add a natural and subtle contrast to your home’s main color, and no matter what neutral speaks to you, you’ll feel secure knowing that your trim color will last longer than a typical paint job on wood trim. James Hardie® siding and trim products come with the option of ColorPlus® Technology, specifically engineered to help resist damaging UV rays, so your color will stay vibrant longer with less maintenance.
Here are a few tanned, trimmed homes worth a peek:
This single-family home is clad in Woodstock Brown HardiePlank® lap siding with complementing HardieTrim® boards in Navajo Beige. The bright red shutters accents provide a pop of color and pair beautifully with the neutrals.
This Tudor style home is sided in HardiePanel® vertical siding in Heathered Moss with HardieTrim batten boards in Chestnut Brown and Monterey Taupe HardieTrim boards on the roofline.
The earthy brown trim colors give this traditional home a more updated look, all while staying true to the Tudor design.