268,263 cement siding Home Design Photos

Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Exterior Entrance
Ideabooks20,686
Questions4
Side walk out entrance for in-law suite
side front door with small sitting then wall either side entrance into main house
This is the tile I was thinking for the side of the house
cement between slate
Wood beams, cement cottage
Side orientation to entry
“Front garden” — Denise Martineaux-Drakes
Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.
5 Reviews
Lakefront Elevation
Ideabooks50,227
Questions10
We did use the fiber cement board on a couple of projects and they looked good. Fiber cement will never be able to fully replicate the actual look of cedar shingles because cedar is a natural product.
Have you ever had any luck with composite siding to replicate the look of actual cedar
octagon sided sunroom on 4 square
“Doors” — doberj
Hughes Construction, Inc
Stonegate
Ideabooks2,796
Questions3
Cement , clean lines, surface space for BBQ
Barn siding cabinets for grill area
Huge cement block patio flooring
reclaimed wood siding
Wood siding...Out side Grill
“BBQ” — ojaquez
Philip Babb Architect
1 Review
Nancy Creek Guesthouse and Pool
Ideabooks4,853
Questions4
I loved this so much I actually opened an account. Can we buy the plans for this? Also, my pool is 18x40 with approximately 9 feet of cement on one side and 3 on the other. Would this work for me and what was the approximate construction cost please.
Like the large area along side of pool for chaise lounges.
“Everything” — sawty
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Orchard
Ideabooks4,467
Questions1
twice as wide. Create a cone in the middle of the hole that is tall enough that the crown of the tree will sit just above the soil line. Scruff up the sides of the hole to encourage roots to spread. Set the tree in place, spreading the roots out around the cone, and fill with soil. For container-grown plants
twice as wide. Create a cone in the middle of the hole that is tall enough that the crown of the tree will sit just above the soil line. Scruff up the sides of the hole to encourage roots to spread. Set the tree in place, spreading the roots out around the cone, and fill with soil.For container-grown plants
planting hole as deep as the root ball and twice as wide, then create a small shelf about an inch or two deep on the bottom of the hole. Scruff up the sides, then place the plant in the hole and spread the roots out. Fill in with soil and create a small watering berm around the outside of the hole. After
“Patio” — ARbusch
The Brown Studio
Modern Cardiff
Ideabooks3,603
Questions4
What material is the black siding? Does it require restaining?
Cement slab stairs, under lite
Black siding...painted wood/cement...Burnt cedar siding...blackened siding
“stairs” — reesrear
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Pickering
Ideabooks8,121
Questions2
west side of house: this would block the sun beating on wall.
like pergola along East side of barn?
Bedroom side of house
Side of Bothell house
horizontal lines of the arbor. Using small creepers such as thyme or 'dragon's blood' sedum in the cracks of the walk break up the large squares of cement.
Cement, pergola...Patio bedroom side
“pergola” — molleegressett
Gus Duffy AIA
Award Winning Mid Century Modern
Ideabooks3,342
Questions6
In the drawing I mailed you, I presented an idea for the far edge of the pool (along the woods side) that would have the 12" wide pool coping and then these square concrete insets in the grass. True contemporary feel. Since that side won't be a major traffic
flat edge cement (no bull nose or rise)
minimalist feel, louvered overhang, mixture of grass and cement blocks
Stamped concrete pads with law on one side of pool, could bring in putting green. Deck on other
“Color/doors” — gmoecker
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