Bringing your vision to life starts with exploring all of the options available to you.
James Hardie® Siding Colors
Snowcapped mountains and the first flakes of winter: These pure whites are always the prettiest. Whether for the body of a home or as an accent color alongside darker hues, classic white always has a place.
Cobble Stone is a rich neutral color that looks well put together on any home. A taupe-based hue with warm undertones works particularly well with darker accent colors. No need to overthink this classic choice.
Cobblestone is a sophisticated neutral. Add a black door and a bold light fixture, and your home will look smart and put-together.
Navajo Beige is a warm, sandy color that provides a classic, timeless look. Navajo Beige is the kind of color that never goes out of style. A classic neutral, it works well with almost any stonework, creating a handsome combination that will fit into any neighborhood or architectural style.
Think about the hues you love, the mood you want to convey, and the setting in which you live.
Taupe-based colors have darker undertones, and Monterey Taupe offers a sophisticated and striking neutral balance. This color works well paired with its softer cousin, Cobble Stone.
Add interest to light neutrals, such as Monterey Taupe, by playing with textures and deeper accent colors.
Relaxed, warm, inviting, easy.
Just like your favorite pair of khakis, this warm, mid-tone brown pairs equally well with darker or lighter hues. Try it with Heathered Moss for a woodsy feel or with Country lane Red for a bolder look.
The deep gray-brown of Timber Bark is pure elegance. Whether you choose it for the main body of your home or as an accent, you won’t have to worry about it going out of style.
Timber Bark offers a great middle ground between light and dark brown. If you desire depth without darkness, this color is just the ticket. Add a white trim to brighten the picture.
This light neutral comes straight from the softest colors in nature, like sand and seashells. Use it as an understated accent or for a whole house. Pearl Gray always feels elegant.
Classic and neutral, Pearl Gray could sway traditional or modern. Don’t be fooled; this color may seem unassuming, but Pearl Gray evokes a sense that every detail has been considered.
Soft, modern, clean, polished.
Like the soft embrace of a foggy day, this light gray tone with the softest hint of blue feels both cozy and cool. Think of Light Mist as a modern neutral that will lend a clean look to your home.
Light Mist is a fresh, pretty color that pairs nicely with grays and whites. This refined style is lovely in warm climates and stately in the North-East.
Looking for a cozy, rustic neutral? Gray Slate can soften things up while adding an air of history. This is one of those timeless colors that works as an accent or whole house color. It also looks great with other shades of gray.
There is a certain romance to darkness and shadows. Dark hues evoke passion, mystery, and sophistication. Night Gray will automatically add depth and drama to your home.
A soft blue grey blue, Boothbay Blue offers all the serenity and beauty of ocean waters and lakes and creates a peaceful, homey feeling. Pair this shade with Arctic White trim to create a striking contrast and alluring appearance.
Imagine a cool, calm night where the stars are bright enough to light up the sky and reveal its beautiful deep blue color. That is the feeling and look of Evening Blue. Evening Blue is striking and elegant and is a stunning choice for nearly any style of architecture.
Why do we love weathered grays so much? Because they are neutrals with personality. With its warmth and adaptability, Aged Pewter is the perfect complement to both beiges and other grays.
Iron Grey mimics the romantic look and feel of European architecture and is an elegant choice for adding color and style to your home. If you enjoy bolder colors and are looking for a more dramatic look, then you’ll absolutely love this shade.
Mountain Sage is a warm forest green that’s perfect for mountain homes, cabins, and rural properties. This color complements neutral shades and earthtones beautifully and can create a striking contrast when paired with brick or cedar.
As Westchester County’s #1 James Hardie Elite Preferred Contractor, the GIANT Siding and Windows team prides itself on our craft, reputation, and commitment to excellence. We believe in the James Hardie product and feel it is the right siding for most residential applications in our area.
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