17 white cedar shingle Modern Home Design Photos

Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Gap Head
white cedar shingles
red cedar...Red cedar ceiling...rift sawn white oak
“Windows” — bilingualhr
McElroy Architecture, AIA
1 Review
Bungalow Update
shingle style
gray and white floor tile
white countertop
“floor + colors” — salmanrabeea
Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Eastern Point Pool Retreat
The modest-sized building is an overachiever, with its soaring roof and glass walls striking a modern counterpoint to the property’s century-old shingle style home.
The floor is rift sawn white oak and the ceiling is clear douglas fir.
White rug brightens room with no natural sunlight
“Great fireplace” — pomelowellness
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Noyack Creek
western red cedar treated with bleaching oil
what plain black and white would look like, not good
White + Black wood panels big windows
black & white houses
Black and white narrow house
blk and white
“phong bếp ở phần tiểu cảnh” — duy minh jsc
S2 Architects
Simple 2x2 cedar deck railing makes a great look
Do horizontal slats in white to contrast wood on wall
this shows what it looks like with white behind
white crib
“Skinny wood wall-love the spacing” — b4davis
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Ballard Cut
Aluminum frames, grey siding, cedar soffit
white vinyl windows...White and grey
“Çardak” — anakiulusoy
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Weaving Studio
cedar siding
white cladding
“We cannot afford this as a package, but it does have good ideas.” — Steve Boyd
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
FINNE Kitchen Seattle
space that is occupied by intensely crafted cabinets, counters and fittings. Materials such as steel, walnut, limestone, textured Alaskan yellow cedar, and sea grass are used in juxtaposition, allowing each material to benefit from adjacent contrasts in texture and color. The existing kitchen was enlarged
renovation of architect Nils Finne’s own house presented other opportunity for experimentation. Custom CNC-routed cabinet doors in Alaskan Yellow Cedar were built without vertical stiles, in order to create a more continuous texture across the surface of the lower cabinets. LED lighting was installed
Light wood on floors. Counter adds contrast (would prefer white counter, though). Long thin
“Stovetop” — Belle B
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