One of James Hardie’s most popular siding colors in the East Coast is
, a light, misty morning gray. It may be the most common pick because it simply adds a clean, subtle modernity to a home’s exterior.
James Hardie has a vast
in the gray family, such as
, and medium-toned grays, such as
. Any gray that you choose from the ColorPlus
palette will stay
vibrant longer with less maintenance than field-applied paint.
is specifically engineered to help resist damaging UV rays.
The lighter Pearl Gray feels cooler than the other grays in the James Hardie collection, and seems to come to life when paired with a darker gray, or a crisp, clean white.
For a refreshed look consider the most popular gray along the East Coast, Pearl Gray. Here’s a closer look at various homes clad in lap siding, shingles and panels, all in Pearl Gray:
Pearl Gray Lap Siding
This New Jersey abode is clad in
in Pearl Gray, which complements the home’s standout brick fireplace. The
make the exterior look clean and light, while remaining simple and interesting.
Pearl Gray Panels
This suburban home is clad in
in Pearl Gray and HardiePlank lap siding in Gray Slate. The siding choices give this home a modern update. The gray palette, paired with the Arctic White HardieTrim boards creates a balanced look.
Shingles, Planks and Panels
This high-gabled home is a true standout, clad in straight edge
in Pearl Gray, HardiePlank lap siding in Gray Slate and HardieTrim boards in Arctic White. Up on the home’s center gable, you’ll notice a hint of HardiePanel siding in Gray Slate to match the lap siding below. There are a lot of siding selections incorporated in the home design, and instead of competing for focus, they are all working together for a cohesive and unique look.
When it comes time to select your home’s main siding hue, check out the color your region loves, Pearl Gray.
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