Choosing your Perfect Shade
As a brand built around enabling great design, we invest considerable time in continually developing our ColourPlus™ Technology colour range. Our premium fibre cement cladding comes pre-finished in an array of durable, fade resistant finishes, perfect for both contemporary and traditional design.
Our full range of 21 colours and natural-looking textures provides plenty of options for designing a classic house in any style. James Hardie fibre cement cladding is offered in both smooth and cedar finishes, and can also be installed horizontally and vertically, offering the ultimate design flexibility.
When considering your home design, think about the overall look you want to create.
Warm colours evoke excitement. When juxtaposed with their cooler counterparts, warm colours appear larger, more prominent and easier to view.
Cool colours are relaxing and calming. Cooler tones tend to be the safer choice and are more often associated with contemporary design.
For an elegant, subtle exterior analogous colours are colours that are similar in colour and shade, sharing a common tone (i.e. Boothbay Blue & Light Mist). Most commonly used in a combination of two on a house’s exterior, they work well together when you want to limit contrast and create a calm, serene colour scheme.
For a bolder design statement, complementary colours are opposite each other on the colour wheel. They involve two colours, such as red and green. Together, they generate the most contrast, especially when used in their purest, most vibrant form.