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Lee Edwards - residential design
10 Reviews
Queen Anne Residence
Ideabooks1,272
Questions3
Mixing Clear & tight knot Cedar
Love the look of the clear cedar in your pic. We are about to start putting a bunch of cedar siding on our house and were considering doing clear cedar on the front and tight knot cedar on the back to save some $$. People entering from
from the front would most likely not see the tight knot at the back as we don't use the back area much. Do you think this would be mistake to put 2 different types of cedar siding on the house (I'm thinking the clear may be darker and age differently, but I am a novice so would appreciate any advice)
In general, I think you can mix clear and tight-knot if you find the right transitions. Other factors like stain (semi-trans/solid), siding type (t&g, lap, rainscreen, ship-lap, orientation (exposure) etc. can factor into the overall composition and aesthetic. Best of luck on your project! nerve-racking
“Andersen 100 Series recycled windows!” — m33liss
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Lobster Boat Residence
Ideabooks964
Questions1
The vertical board siding is Tight Knot Western Red Cedar. The horizontal lap siding is integral color Fiber Cement. We used 'Cembonit', but it's not currently available. An alternate would be 'SwissPearl'. Thank you for your interest!
The vertical board siding is Tight Knot Western Red Cedar. The horizontal lap siding is integral color Fiber Cement. We used 'Cembonit', but it's not
“Color scheme” — scyoung
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Potrero House
Ideabooks2,986
Questions8
Was this Western Red Cedar? There are few "knots" in the wood. I assume since you'r eon the West coast, this is WRC from the pacific NW?
I wish that the materials we use be natural. Nothing made by human hands comes close to what is found naturally. The luminosity, variety and overall character of natural materials bring a home closer to us, as we want to
I wish that the materials we use be natural. Nothing made by human hands comes close to what is found naturally. The luminosity, variety and overall character of natural materials bring a home closer to us, as we want to
“maybe finish for gable” — Gina Battaglia, Architect
Blue Sky Building Company
7 Reviews
Knot On Call
Ideabooks831
Questions1
Knot On Call
Knot on Call
“Exterior” — vreeves2013
Bamesberger Architecture
5 Reviews
Heavilin Road House
Ideabooks113
Questions1
It is a tight knot, average grade...not te best
Tight knot
“Local Chicago, Cyprus not cedar siding” — aldridal
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Lobster Boat Residence
Ideabooks1,530
Questions4
tight knot cedar
Knotted pine
“cubic” — rubrikfirst
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks2,309
Questions0
Black on the knot wholes... Gotta remember.
siding with knots blue windows
“Lovely” — Betty McTague Dittfach
Architrix Design Studio Inc.
1 Review
Magnusson Residence
Ideabooks7,549
Questions2
The two materials are medium dash stucco and bevelled clear knot cedar.
STUCCO AND CLEAR KNOT CEDAR
“Love the modern flare” — scoghlin
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