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A taupe-based color with darker undertones, Monterey Taupe offers a sophisticated and striking neutral. This color works well paired with its softer cousin, Cobble Stone.
refined
understated
modern
neutral
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Add interest to light neutrals, such as Monterey Taupe, by playing with textures and deeper accent colors, as shown on this house. This design also shows how an emphasis on architectural details can go a long way.
 
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ColorPlus® Technology Monterey Taupe offered in:

HardieShingle® Siding 

Staggered Edge Panel, Straight Edge Panel

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HardiePanel® Vertical Siding 

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HardieSoffit® Panels 

Non-Vented Cedarmill, Vented Cedarmill, Vented Smooth, Non-Vented Smooth

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HardiePlank® Lap Siding 

Select Cedarmill, Smooth, Beaded Cedarmill, Beaded Smooth

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HardieTrim® Boards 

4/4 Rustic, 4/4 Smooth, 5/4 Smooth, Smooth Batten Boards, Rustic Grain Batten Boards

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Monterey Taupe
Main Exterior
Arctic White
Trim
Iron Gray
Accent
Monterey Taupe
Main Exterior
Arctic White
Trim
Aged Pewter
Accent
Monterey Taupe
Main Exterior
Cobble Stone
Trim
Heathered Moss
Accent
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ColorPlus® Technology Monterey Taupe offered in: