46,463 cedar Home Design Photos

FINNE Architects
18 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
western red cedar, milled in a custom 1x3 T&G v-groove pattern. The finish is Sikkens Cetol 1, 23 Plus, in a custom color blend. --Nils Finne, AIA
western cedar siding is gorgeous, and I love the huge windows. This project makes me want to move to Seattle & hire Finne Architects, just after I win Power Ball of course.
“Just lovely. Love all that glass (is it self-cleaning?)” — lizzymint
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
3 Reviews
Exterior Roadside
narrow cedar lap siding around the garage, and a roug
Textures, cedar shakes, stone, dark wood
shades and cedar shakers.
“colors” — litzhome
Design Line Construction, Inc.
1 Review
Cole Street Project
against the cedar
cedar siding color
“Metal trim and roof” — jillster19
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Forest House - Exterior
clear cedar
windows, cedar (colour), landscaping
lighting, cedar
“Corner awning windows” — 1rowena
ZeroEnergy Design
9 Reviews
Living Green Roof with Solar Panels
cedar panels and fiber cement board contrast
Exterior cedar walls
“Panels” — ernasan
WW Builders Design/Build Associates
Detailed Craftsman Home
downspouts, cedar shake siding, brick masonry, open-ended soffits, prairie glass windows, wrap-around porch and porch columns. Steven Begleiter/ stevenbegleiterphotography.com
Cedar color contrast with grey siding
cedar shakes
“Style” — soulejudy
Dungan Nequette Architects
4 Reviews
Day Exterior
Cypress and cedar on a bed of stone and a splash of red brings on and almost Adirondak cabin feel.
cyress and cedar, If so what color please?
Cedar, Stone, & Warm Gray w/ Red
Wow, Cedar, chocolate and red!
prettier than cedar, with its color range," Dungan says. "It's also denser; the carpenter bees aren't interested in it; and it stains up really nicely." Tennessee fieldstone complements the cedar's range of hues. The red trim adds just a touch of whimsy to the palette of natural materials.The foyer in between
FSC-certified cedar shingles.Cons: Wood shingles are flammable, so they may be controlled in some areas where fire danger is high. They are also fairly expensive (the cost is on par with metal roofing), and last just 15 to 25 years, whereas metal roofs can last 40 to 50 years.
“under deck” — ganny12
Burgin Lambert Architects
4 Reviews
High View House
Love cedar...Cedar shingles
“Love cedar” — dlt2509
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