Aged Pewter Siding Paired with Natural Stone

Gray doesn’t go hand-in-hand with a cloudy disposition. In fact, home design experts now call on grays for the new, go-to neutral. And when paired with a natural stone, you’re in for a dose of contemporary elegance.

James Hardie’s HardiePlank® lap siding in Aged Pewter is a weathered-meets-classic hue, making it a smart choice for a main siding color, especially when teamed up with neutral-toned HardieTrim® boards. The contrast between the two colors provides a subtle look that’ll turn heads.

And you can feel confident knowing that your Aged Pewter siding resists fading. James Hardie’s ColorPlus® products are engineered with multiple coats of finish baked onto the siding and trim. All of which means your siding colors will stay vibrant longer compared to field-applied paint.

Take a peek at the Aged Pewter siding hue paired with a neutral stone—it may be your new favorite pair.

Contemporary Cladding

This modern abode is clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Aged Pewter with natural stone. Up close, you’ll see the Select Cedarmill© siding has a natural wood texture for a bit of subtle interest.

Standout Gables

This suburban home is clad in straight edge HardieShingle® siding in Aged Pewter. The HardieTrim boards in Sail Cloth unify the look, and the palette pairs well with the pebble brown brick.


Staggered and Stunning

This suburban standout is clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Aged Pewter with staggered edge HardieShingle siding in Monterey Taupe in the home’s gables for a subtle and stylish contrast.


If Aged Pewter isn’t your favorite shade in the family, James Hardie has you covered. Four new shades of gray were recently added to the ColorPlus Technology collection of colors. Now, you can opt for any shade from light to dark with Pearl Gray, Gray Slate, Night Gray, and Iron Gray all of which pair nicely with Arctic White HardieTrim boards.

For your all James Hardie siding needs call Schmidt Exteriors today! We are siding experts with years of experence.