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Searching for new siding is quite the adventure. There are a lot of factors that go into getting new siding. You need to decide on the type of siding, the style, the primary color, the secondary color, etc. We are here to help with a beautiful collection of house siding colors.

These exterior siding colors are prime examples of stunning exteriors. Hopefully, these will help inspire you! As an expert siding company, we want to make sure you know that certain types of siding fade quicker and easier than others.

(Looking for more helpful tips on your home’s siding? Check out our Ultimate Siding Guide.)

Siding Types and Colors

Vinyl has the most options in prefinished colors, but you don’t really have the option to paint them any color you’d like. LP SmartSide and James Hardie have a smaller selection of prefinished colors, but they can be primed and painted to whatever color you would like.

#1 Blue Siding

Thinking about getting blue siding? Blue siding and white trim are a classic design combination, while black and gray works very well with a darker, navy color. What do you think about the red door in the second picture below?

Big blue-gray two story home with red front door and immaculate landscaping.
Blue split level home with stone trim and nice large yard.
Light green with red trim and cedar shakes two story home.
2015 Reggie Award winning blue farmhouse style home with large front door entryway and big yard.

#2 Green Siding

Green siding is a very common siding color here in Minnesota due to our luscious landscapes. Green works well with beige, white, and brown colors – even red!

Light green and cream two story home with stone accents and two car garage.
Light green two story home with dark brown shutters and stone accents.
Cool green two story home with nice wood front door with large gable peak.
Light green two story home with vinyl siding and stone accents.

#3 Beige Siding

Beige has an earthy tone to it that matches well with nearly any surrounding environment. Beige and brick are a match made in heaven. Here are some beige exterior examples:

Tanish brown two story home with three car garage and brown shutters and front door.
Light tan or gray two story home with stone trim and two car garage.
Tan two story home with large white columns on porch and great landscaping.
Tan and brown two story home with two car garage near completion.

#4 Gray Siding

Gray is a trending color that is here to stay. Whether you prefer dark or light, gray siding is a fabulous neutral color that lets your trim pop. Gray is a wonderful choice because it can go well with any complimentary color.

Gray two story home with Hardie plank siding and split garage with stone accents.
Cozy gray and tan cottage style home with blue front door.
Gray two story home with white trim and stone accents and large oak tree in front yard.
Gray two story home with various siding materials and nice concrete porch.

#5 Red & Brown Siding

Red and brown are warm colors. They are popular around lake and barn areas, which are very common in Minnesota! Brick looks very charming with these colors.

Orange-brown two story home with red shakes and stone trim.
Big two story home with three car garage with three nice gables and stone work on home and in landscaping.
Rustic two story home with red siding and stone accents.
Large three car stone garage with steel roofing.

Wondering what your home would look like with a different siding color? Exteriors by Highmark has a tool that will give you a 3-D model of your home. This will allow you to see how different colors will look. If you have any siding questions or you are ready to get started, contact us today!

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