14 Most Popular James Hardie Siding Colors in 2024

March 28th, 2022 BY First American Roofing

Looking for the most popular James Hardie siding colors of 2024?

The reputable Modernize Home Services placed James Hardie in their top 8 best vinyl siding brands for 2024—and for a good reason. What started as a tannery in 1888 has turned into the world’s #1 manufacturer of fiber cement building materials. James Hardie siding is strong, durable, and beautiful.

Today is also about color—with the most popular siding choices for 2024. Anyone looking to replace their siding this year should pay attention: this list will help you choose the best.

Why Do People Choose James Hardie Siding?

James Hardie is a household name when it comes to vinyl siding, but that’s not the only reason people choose it for their homes. There are many reasons why James Hardie continues to sit at the top of the list:

First American Siding crew installing one of the new james hardie siding colors

Vinyl vs. Hardie® Fiber Cement Siding

James Hardie is known for its fantastic fiber cement siding products, which are very durable, especially compared to vinyl siding. This makes it a premium choice for many homeowners. But what’s the difference between the two?

😐 Vinyl siding lasts 20 to 40 years.

👍  Hardieplank® lasts 50+ years.


😐  Vinyl siding is just 0.05 inches thick.

💪 Hardieplank® is five times thicker than standard vinyl.


😐  Vinyl siding looks synthetic.

😍 Hardieplank® is manufactured to look like natural wood grains.


😐  Vinyl siding can melt when exposed to heat or open flame.

🔥 Hardieplank® is non-combustible and resists damage from high heat.


😐  Vinyl siding will fade over time.

😎 Hardieplank® won’t fade from exposure to UV rays.

What Are the Most Popular James Hardie Siding Colors?

James Hardie is known for having a beautiful plethora of gorgeous siding colors. They have just about any color for your home, from classic neutrals to warm undertones. Their Statement Collection™ features their most popular ColorPlus® Technology colors. Users can use the Statement Collection™ tool to search ColorPlus® colors available near their specific region via zip code. Here are some of their attractive options for your home’s siding color.

[all photos courtesy of James Hardie’s Exterior House Color Visualizer]

james hardie siding colors aged pewter

1. Aged Pewter

Aged pewter is a beautiful dark gray with sandy hues. Pewter also sometimes has a hint of purple and works excellent with both cool and warm tones. If you use Aged Pewter for your siding, go with a white, beige, or light brown for your accent color.

james hardie siding colors arctic white

2. Arctic White

For a true classic, go with Arctic White. This muted white can brighten up your home and make it look good as new. This siding can work well with a taupe or brownish accent color. Or if you want that monochromatic look, paint your trim in Arctic White as well.

james hardie siding colors boothbay blue

3. Boothbay Blue

Are you looking for a pop of color? Boothbay Blue is a perfect choice. This bright blue can really make a statement on your home. It’s perfect if you want to add some personality, and it goes well with white, gray, and black trim colors.

james hardie siding colors cobble stone

4. Cobble Stone

If you’re looking for a natural look, go with Cobble Stone. This color is a light taupe with a warm undertone like natural stone. It’ll give your home a rustic feel and match well with brown or green trim colors.

james hardie siding colors country red

5. Countrylane Red

If you’re feeling bold, go with Countrylane Red. This siding color is a true red that will make your home stand out. It works great as an accent color and goes well with white or black trim colors.

james hardie siding colors evening blue

6. Evening Blue

If you want a neutral and unique color, go with Evening Blue. This color is a light gray with blue undertones. It has a calming effect and will match well with any trim color.

james hardie siding colors gray slate

7. Gray Slate

Gray slate is a beautiful dark gray that will be perfect for homes that want a modern or industrial look. Gray slate will match black, brown, or green trim colors.

james hardie siding colors khaki brown

8. Khaki Brown

Khaki Brown is a light brown with golden undertones. It’s a classic color that will never go out of style. Khaki brown goes well with white, beige, and light green trim colors.

james hardie siding colors light mist

9. Light Mist

Light Mist is the perfect choice if you want a neutral color that won’t clash with any trim color. But James Hardie suggests a soft white for your accent color. Either way, Light Mist is a very calming, welcoming color for your home.

james hardie siding colors monterey taupe

10. Monterey Taupe

We love a beautiful taupe! Monterey Taupe is neutral, modern, and can go with just about anything. If you want to have a neutral siding but go bold with blues or greens as accent colors, this option is ideal. You really can’t go wrong with Monterey Taupe.

james hardie siding colors mountain sage

11. Mountain Sage

Earthy tones have been on trend for a few years, but green is a beautiful way to make your home pop. This Mountain Sage color is a little on the lighter side, so if you’re timid to go full forest green, this is the perfect compromise. Pair this with Light Mist trim, and you have yourself a winning combination.

james hardie siding colors navajo beige

12. Navajo Beige

For a true beige with golden yellow undertones, go with Navajo Beige. This timeless color can work with darker hues, lighter hues and looks beautiful juxtaposed with dark green landscaping like evergreens.

james hardie siding colors night gray

13. Night Gray

As darker shades become more and more popular, you can break the mold of light gray homes with Night Gray. Darker than James Hardie’s Gray Slate, this bold choice will make your home the envy of the block.

james hardie siding colors timber bark

14. Timber Bark

A brown house doesn’t have to be ugly. With Timber Bark, your home gets the earthy, gorgeous warm tone it deserves. The Color Visualization tool suggests Arctic White, Cobble Stone, or Monterey Taupe as accent colors for this gorgeous color.

Installing Your Favorite James Hardie Siding Colors

Pairing one of these timeless color palettes with James Hardie fiber cement siding will not only boost your home’s curb appeal but increase its value and give you long-lasting protection against the elements.

At First American Roofing, we use James Hardie products because we know they will stand the test of time. And we believe our customers deserve a home that looks as good as it protects. So to get started on your new siding installation, give us a ring!