1 November 2016
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3 Contemporary James Hardie Siding Homes with Big Style!

When you think simple, symmetrical, clean lines and large windows, you’re likely imagining a contemporary home architecture being produced right now.

Turns out, the siding style and placement you choose can update your home’s exterior look from classic to contemporary status. We’ve rounded up a few in-the-now homes sporting a combination of James Hardie® siding and stone, a popular and present pairing.

Whatever style you seek when designing your contemporary home, James Hardie has you covered with plenty of color palette options with ColorPlus® Technology. James Hardie’s ColorPlus Technology is specifically engineered to help resist damaging UV rays, so your color will stay vibrant longer with less maintenance.

Here are a few contemporary homes, each with a different color HardiePlank® lap siding. Stay sleek—take a peek. James Hardie Siding Chicago installer, A.B. Edward Enterprises, Inc. gives FREE Estimates and has served over 4000+ Chicagoland area homeowners! Call them today at (847) 827-1605

Going Gray

This symmetrical standout is clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Aged Pewter. The stylish gray complements the black roof and limestone brick and walkway. The placement of the siding accentuates the uniquely shaped windows.

HardiePlank Select Cedarmill, Aged Pewter

HardiePlank Select Cedarmill, Aged Pewter

Brown Throwback

This contemporary-modern home nods to mid-century style with its round window and sleek outdoor furniture. The home is clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Chestnut Brown. The rich siding hue stands out against the limestone brick for a stylish and updated vintage look.

HardiePlank Select Cedarmill, Chestnut Brown

HardiePlank Select Cedarmill, Chestnut Brown

Gray-brown Meets Brick

This chic single-family home has the bones of a more traditional suburban home, but the plentiful windows and siding choices make it full on contemporary. The home is clad in HardiePlank lap siding in Timber Bark. When paired with the lighter stones, this brown hue’s gray tones are definitely highlighted.

HardiePlank Select Cedarmill, Timber Bark

HardiePlank Select Cedarmill, Timber Bark