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There are some houses on the block that just turn heads. You know the ones you can’t keep your eyes off of—they just speak to you. We compiled our favorite standout, Midwest-style homes with James Hardie siding and trim® that just seem to make us stare a little longer than we should. The kind of curb appeal that’ll get you collecting color and design elements for your own home re-side project.

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Here are a few of our favorite Hardie-sided dwellings:

Cobble Stone-Colored Cabin: This modern-meets-rustic beauty is decked out in HardiePlank® lap siding in Cobble Stone. We love the way the grey-toned siding color complements the raw-wood deck and creamy-colored trim.

Blue Bungalow: This home stands out with its HardieShingle® siding in Evening Blue and Arctic White trim. The hints of dark, natural wood grain in the entranceway and partial stone pillars blend well with the blue and white color combination.

Quaint Cape Cod: This Minneapolis Cape Cod is sided in HardiePlank lap siding in Timber Bark with Navajo Beige trim. We love the pop of the red door and the shingles—also in Timber Bark—used to frame the front window.

Country Craftsman: This home not only turns your head, it rotates your entire body. The HardiePlank lap siding in Countrylane Red pops in this prairie landscape.

Warm Arts and Crafts: This tighter image highlights the HardieShingle siding in Timber Bark. With this color and style combination, there’s a warmth that seems to permeate this home’s welcoming porch.

If jaw-dropping homes inspire you to start design daydreaming, save the images that enthuse you most right here in the JamesHardie Inspiration Guide. There are many great tools available to collect home images from Pinterest and Houzz and keep all of your muses in one place.

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To learn more about the beautiful fiber cement siding and how it can benefit your home, contact your local team at Midwest Exteriors Plus, servicing the Twin Cities region.

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