1. Cypress

If you like the color of green but want to shy away from its eye-twitching bright shade, then cypress’ green dark tone is a must-try.

Its muted green shade is perfect for a minimalist yet elegant look. It is among the usual options for folks who prefer tones that lean toward a natural aesthetic.

It is also preferred in areas that value natural colors such as in the countryside and other communities that are surrounded by trees, woods, or fields.

In fact, if you noticed, houses located in the Northern sections of the US typically has vinyl sidings in the color of cypress.

Cypress’ muted green also complements well with various colors.

2. Cedar

If you want to embrace a cabin aesthetic, vinyl siding in the color of cedar is a great choice.

Cedar’s stain is warm in the eyes and gives a nice deep tone when hit by the sun’s light.

It works perfectly with cool shades for accent as well. 

3. Light Maple

If you are fond of light but not too pale type of color, I highly recommend vinyl siding in light maple.

Its rich tone which resembles the translucent color of a maple tree’s heartwood makes a great backdrop for houses with strong, vibrant color accents.

Essentially, it can be used as a base color in parts like the door and shutter along with richer shades.

4. Coastal Blue

Just like Cypress, vinyl siding in coastal blue is a slightly darker but vibrant tone.

The shade evokes feelings of peace and serenity, which beaches naturally provide.

While it is commonly used in houses located in coastal areas, its calming tone compliments well in an environment that is rich in natural colors such as the countryside.

5. Flagstone

For a neutral tone that is not cream or tan, flagstone’s deep gray would be a great choice.

Such a vinyl siding color is highly recommended for a modern and minimalistic aesthetic.

Its rich color complements well with its neighboring shades like white and black.

Although it works well with deep red and blue.

6. Hale Navy

From Benjamin Moore’s collection, Hale Navy is a rich blue color with gray undertones.

Its muted blue tone gives off the classic navy trend. It will surely make your house stand out without overwhelming the eyes.  

Moreover, Hale Navy complements bright white—as shown in the photo above—and other light shades as accents.

7. Barnyard Accent

Red is a strong and vivid shade that homeowners often shy away from.

But if it is something you are fond of, then try using the color as an accent.

In the picture, you will see the sides of the windows accented with a brick red shade. 

8. Marigold

Vinyl sidings in marigolds are perfect for folks who are into bright yet warm types of shades.

Its soft and subtle, yellowish tone is ideal for when you want your house to be noticeable but not too strong and striking.

It can be paired with either cool or warm colors as an accent as well.

9. Ocean Tones

Ocean tones’ pale green with blue undertone is a great color if your house is near a lake or sea.

You can use light and even neural shades as accents.

10. Maple

For more neutral and natural colors, vinyl siding in maple is a must-try.

Its soft, natural tone adds just the right vibe and personality if you prefer something noticeable but not too vivid.

It complements well with other colors if used as a backdrop.

11. Newport Taupe

Though it may not be as popular as other vinyl siding colors, Newport Taupe has become one of 2017’s best colors for vinyl siding.

Its soft and minimalistic combination of two tones—gray and beige—gives off a neutral yet cooler tone. 

 Newport Taupe can be both either as the house’s entire color or as an accent.

Its deep shade pairs well with brown and deep red accents.

12. Wicker

Another tone developed by combining two colors, wicker’s light shade shows off a fancy yet minimalistic aesthetic.

It is a great option for a vinyl siding color if you prefer something that would not overwhelm your eyes but is not too pale as well.

Wicker is a unique brownish, off-white shade quietly but resembles both beige and cream as well.

13. Jungle Green Vinyl Siding

For another earthy color, jungle green’s pale hue is a must-try.

It is a great choice of color if you prefer something that looks modern, minimalistic, and elegant.

Typically, jungle green is paired with bright hues as an accent. 

14. Board and Batten Vertical Siding

Vinyl siding in coastal sage is a great paint if you prefer a charcoal-like kind of gray.

You can use it to color the entire or as an accent as shown in the picture above. 

15. Linen White

One of the classic colors used for vinyl siding, linen white is a perfect background color if you prefer something subtle yet classy.

Its slightly warmer white tone is a great option too if you want to create an approachable and cozy vibe for your house. 

16. Carbon Vinyl Siding

For a simple yet inviting color, vinyl siding in carbon is a great palette to try.

Its rich and rough-looking tone is warm and easy on the eyes.

It is easy to pair with other colors too given that black inherently lacks undertone.

A perfect color particularly if you are living in a country—Greenland, for example—where it always snows. 

17. Silver Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding in silver is a great choice if you prefer something that is slightly lighter than gray.

Its cool and vibrant tone evokes simplicity and, at the same time, elegance.

It works well in any kind of surroundings too, be it near a lake, sea, fields, or woods.

18. Desert Tan

Desert tan is another unique neutral shade you can opt for for your house’s exterior.

You can never go wrong with it as all neutral tones are universally popular and blend well with other colors in all types of surroundings.

And for this particular tone, accents such as the color green and white complement it well.

19. Mocha

Mocha’s brown with pinkish undertone is a great choice for a unique and feminine—but not too feminine—type of house exterior paint color.

Its playful color evokes simplicity yet elegance that goes perfectly in all kinds of settings.

20. Autumn Red

Autumn red, also considered brick red, is another classic that is commonly used not only in houses but also for barns. Its vibrant, nostalgic shade is perfect if you are residing in the countryside or anywhere near fields or woods.

And while it makes your house stand out, it is not too overwhelming for the eyes. The trick is to choose a shade of red that is quite close to brown or rust. 

21. Evergreen

Vinyl siding in emerald may not be a typical sight you see for a house exterior but for people who prefer to stand out, its shade is a perfect option.

Its vivid green, slightly bluish tone can be used both as the house’s entire color or as an accent.

Whichever you choose, its wash of color creates an interesting and alluring vibe that people can’t help but stare at. 

22. Deep Water

Vinyl siding in deep water is a popular house exterior paint color seen in houses near lakes.

Its cool blue shade with a green undertone is fresh in the eyes and evokes tranquility.

For accent colors, light colors such as white are excellent to pair with.

Although it goes well with vivid tones such as slate gray.

23. Oceanside

Oceanside with its green undertones showcases a deep blue tone that is inspired, as its name suggests, by the color of the ocean’s waves.

Its vibrant color makes any house stand out.

For accent, it goes well with bright lighter shades.

24. Classic Red Barn

If Autumn Red is not the kind of red for you, then try vinyl sidings in the classic red barn.

Its deep red hue with a brown undertone is perfect for any type of setting—whether your house is in the city or the countryside.

25. Royal Blue

Can’t get enough of the color blue’s cool tone?

Check out vinyl sidings in royal blue.

Its rich tone goes perfectly with neutral and light shades. 

26. Suede 

Suede’s warm tone is a nice house exterior paint if you prefer something between neutral and light shades.

It is easy to pair with other colors as well.

Typically, suede blends nicely with both dark and light shades.

27. Sable Brown

Sable brown’s rich hue and smooth texture is a great color if you want a different kind of brown.

Its earthy color can go well with all kinds of settings.

Although it would perfectly blend well n areas where natural hues are valued.

28. Savannah Wicker

Savannah Wicker is a perfectly balanced color between dark and light tones, as well as cool and light shades.

Its neutral tone is fitting not only for houses but also for other types of structures.

29. Pacific Blue

Although inherently bright, pacific blue’s cool and light hue is relaxing to the eyes.

A perfect color for modern types of houses.

It complements well with other dark and light colors. Thus, you would not have a hard time deciding which accent to choose.

30. Olive

If you are fond of the color gray yet think it is too common, then you should check out vinyl siding in olive. Olive, just like the leaves of an olive tree, has a deep shade (but not too deep) of green that is also quietly close to the color gray.

It is quite popular that you can find houses across the south, north, and even on the coast of America with olive green house exteriors.

31. Sterling Grey

For something with a cool tone, sterling gray is a great choice. Its extremely light gray shade blends well in all types of surroundings. It complements perfectly with other colors with a cool tone such as black, green, blue, and even a darker shade of gray as depicted in the picture.

32. Redwood

Redwood’s stain is another classic house paint many homeowners seem to love. Its rich red hue is inviting enough to pull anyone’s attention. It is pleasant in the eyes and goes nicely with light colors. 

33. Purple Vinyl Siding

For a unique color that would make your house totally stand out, vinyl siding in purple isa must-try. Its vibrant, cool shade is easy on the eyes. The only drawback is that it is quite difficult to pair with other colors.

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Matt Greenfield is an experienced writer specializing in home improvement topics. He has a passion for educating and empowering homeowners to make informed decisions about their properties. Matt's writing focuses on a range of topics, including windows, flooring, HVAC, and construction materials. With a background in construction and home renovation, Matt is well-versed in the latest trends and techniques in the industry. His articles offer practical advice and expert insights that help readers tackle their home improvement projects with confidence. Whether you're a DIY enthusiast or a seasoned professional, Matt's writing is sure to provide valuable guidance and inspiration.

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