Searching for Monterey Taupe Hardie Board houses in Minnesota? On the richer side of neutral, Monterey Taupe delivers a dash of polish and refinement. The James Hardie siding color is a mid-tone neutral that plays well with grays and beiges. Turn up the volume of Monterey Taupe by pairing it with Iron Gray. Stay soft and understated by pairing Monterey Taupe with Cobble Stone accents. A truly versatile neutral, Monterey Taupe can be quiet or commanding.
Whether you are looking to match an existing roof color or brick or stone, this popular James Hardie siding color works well with most other common building materials. It does have a touch of green in the right lighting. This is definitely a color we would recommend seeing in person under different weather conditions.
This color works great in suburban neighborhoods like Maple Grove, Plymouth, Eagan, and Lakeville. Having the right contrasting color when using this popular James Hardie siding color is vital to how the finished color turns out. Arctic White trim is going to bring out the deeper tones and cause a big contrast with the siding. As you consider trim color, consider how many feet of window and corner trim you have compared to siding square footage. If you have a lot of window and corners in an area, going with a contrasting color may cause the area to look busy with a different color trim.