Warmer hues pack a hint of warmth to your home’s exterior, and one of our favorites, Navajo Beige, brings to mind desert sand and the lived-in feeling of a vintage, hand-woven rug. The smart, stylish color pairs well with any stonework and architectural style. And it will last longer than field applied paint, with the added benefit of James Hardie’s ColorPlus® Technology—a baked-on color option that helps resist fading.
When working in the James Hardie ColorPlus palette, warmer colors can evoke excitement and crisp, cooler colors can be relaxing and calming. Versatile inviting neutrals, such as Autumn Tan and Navajo Beige, work well on traditional East Coast homes.
Here are a few homes clad in James Hardie’s Navajo Beige siding:
Easy on the Eyes
Clean Cape Cod
The Cape Cod is clad in HardiePlank lap siding and straight edge HardieShingle® siding in Navajo Beige paired with HardieTrim boards in Arctic White. The red brick steps and wrap-around driveway give this exterior a New England feel.
Merging Shingle and Lap
This bungalow is sided with staggered edge HardieShingle® siding and HardiePlank lap siding, both in Navajo Beige, with HardieTrim boards in Arctic White. We love the inviting front porch and red brick pillars.