Vinyl Siding Paint Ideas & Colors

New color doesn’t have to mean new siding: Refresh your vinyl with these popular Benjamin Moore colors—all tested and proven to perform well under all weather conditions.

Can you paint vinyl siding a different color? The Colors for Vinyl palette provides a dynamic, lively selection of paint color favorites that will reinvigorate any vinyl-sided home.*

Yes: You Can Paint Vinyl Siding

Painting your vinyl siding is not only less expensive than replacing it, painting vinyl siding with our Colors for Vinyl palette gives you the creative freedom that comes with choosing a fresh color scheme for an entirely new look.

Our carefully edited palette of 75 handpicked colors, Colors for Vinyl, makes it easier than ever to choose. The curated palette offers a wide range of tried and true hues, from Revere Pewter HC-172 to rich hues like New Hope Gray 213-50, to the classic Simply White OC-117 and more. These designer-essential paint colors are available in select Benjamin Moore exterior paint lines, giving you product choice too.

Most Popular Vinyl Siding Colors

The Colors for Vinyl Palette offers a selection of 75 colors to refresh your home’s exterior. Displayed below, you’ll find 18 colors from the palette including some of the most popular colors for vinyl siding.

A Vinyl Siding Refresh

There are many practical perks to painting your home’s vinyl siding:

  • Durability–Premium paint helps resist fading, cracking and peeling–which means less repainting over the years.
  • Cost efficiency–Repainting is less expensive than replacing vinyl siding.
  • Expertise–Benjamin Moore’s 75-color Colors for Vinyl palette is tailored specifically for vinyl siding.

A fresh coat of paint, no matter what type of siding you have, ensures the high value investment called home always looks its best.

Talk to your local Benjamin Moore retailer for expert insights into how best to prep for painting vinyl siding, painting contractor recommendations, product selection and more.

*Be sure to inspect and confirm your vinyl is properly installed. Make repairs as needed. Before painting vinyl siding, always check specific vinyl manufacturer’s guidelines and the Technical Data Sheet.