25,274 cedar shake and stone Home Design Photos

Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2001 showcase
Ideabooks4,719
Questions7
Is it real stained cedar or a hard plank shake or impression siding? Thank so much!
what style stone did you use?
Is the cedar siding a composite product? If so, what product and were you pleased with the finished appearnace
This is probably the closest finish to natural cedar shakes if that is what you were hoping to imitate. Arctic white is a dark white . . . more of a gray white than a warm white but if you know that what you really wanted
wanted was a white house with cedar shake, this is pretty close.
Is the cedar siding a composite product? If so, what product did you use and were you satisfied with the finished appearance?
Green with natural cedar shakes and stone...traditional craftsman-ish.
“Weathered wood shingles” — Dana Pope Designs
Clark & Zook Architects, LLC
5 Reviews
Memorial Park
Ideabooks3,738
Questions3
To replace a former Sears kit house, the owners opted for a cedar shingle-and-stone design to fit on the footprint of the existing foundation. This spacious, five-bedroom cottage sits comfortably on an elevated lot without looming over the street or neighboring homes. Subsequent additions included the
the construction of a new garage with matching shingle exterior, and a stone front porch that fits seamlessly into the original construction.
I love the colors of the stone on the the floor of this picture. Can you tell me what the name of the stone is and the color?
This is a natural stain on the cedar shingle and the exact color, the client has lost. Thanks!
color of shakes, stone and trim
tones of shingle and natural stone.
“Colors” — Carolina Outdoor Design
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2001 showcase
Ideabooks4,093
Questions6
what type of stone is that?
can you tell me the color and manufacture of the stone thanks
Please tell me the manufacturer of the stone?
Yes, these Cedar Shakes are their natural color.
Like the style/look of this stone (not the siding)
Yes, these Cedar Shakes are their natural color.
cedar shake and stone. LOVE the
House exterior example. Shakes and copper eyebrow
Craftsman style with shakes and stone
love the stone, cedar shakes and
just an example of shed dormers with shake
The rock and cedar go together
“like the stone” — danidaigle
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2001 Showcase
Ideabooks6,057
Questions6
what type stone was used on chimney and manufacturer?
neighborhood has the cream fascia- We really like the color of the house and the shake- do you think it would look good to have the fascia and sofit the same color as the house? Green??
What is the stain color on the shakes?
I love the colors on this house. we are building a house with similar exterior finishes. Cedar sidewall shingles, and similar tones on the masonry work. We are also using some board and baton and I like the green for that! May I ask what color the trim is on this house. We ordered white windows
cedar shakes with lapped siding in green
Stone cedar shingle siding color siding
cedar shake siding, stone, white windows
stone, siding, and shingles. With white corner panals.
“Like this ne” — coalmine
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2001 Showcase
Ideabooks4,310
Questions10
Love the stone, what is the name of the stone and quarry it's from?
Can someone please tell us what type of stone is on this
Cedar shakes are natural clear sealer
Look at .... This picture may have the real stone on it but cultured stone has a faux stone line that is similar to this.
gorgeous stone work and cedar shakes
like the combination of materials…stone, shake
Use of stone and dif wood siding and colors
like the mix of cedar shingles, siding and, stone on back...Instead of full brick
Looks a little like the combination of siding, shakes and stone
Lshaped stone house with shed dormers
“the stone and cedar shaking” — Pat Griset
Greg Mix - Registered Architect
3 Reviews
Back Porch & Backyard of Reynold's Residence @ GregMix.com
Ideabooks2,796
Questions6
the roof of the Back Porch to bring in more daylight. An outdoor stone fireplace was added in one corner of the back porch. During construction the owners decided to eliminate the screens and open the Back Porch up to extend the blue stone flooring out onto a large patio in order to create a large outdoor
outdoor living space. The patio is curved along the back edge with a low stone wall which separates it from a planting bed with a curved walkway made from chips of blue slate. See gregmix.com
I would also love to know the stain of the cedar shakes please. Beautiful color.
Love the stone and cedar, our home is similar. Did you go with natural or gas fireplace? How do you find the built in grill
“Cement between slate. NO” — lmostelpaul
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
Breezy Point Waterfront
Ideabooks2,227
Questions3
What is the name of stone
western red cedar shingles. I am sorry I do not know which cedar supplier the contractor used. You could go on the internet and search for western red cedar suppliers in your area. Thanks for the question. Dan
The stone we used on this project is called Eagle Mountain Ledge Stone, from Montanta
Don't like the typical pillar with stone
like the shake on pillars vs painted wood
like the columns with stone and shingles. like the cement cap too.
“Columns are cedar shake” — acamardo
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Classical Shingle
Ideabooks2,896
Questions5
What type of shingles did you use? Cedar or Hardy? Nice work!
What type of stone did you use as the border for the driveway?
Thank you Apex. These are cedar shingles.
outside colors, ceder stone roof white trim
curved window, rooflines, cedar shake & stone, beautiful entryway with the circular driveway
Pronounced entry, cedar shake and stone (although don't love it all the way up the house). Interesting character/architectural details. Although too big.
Stone and shingle - with white columns and trim - like
“Stone and entrance” — jwynnejr
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