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Fivecat Studio | Architecture
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Pelham Shingle Style for a Modern Family
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stone on vertical slat
Vertical Stone idea under steps
“Corner steps” — Jennifer Chapman Iatropoulos
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Old World A New
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amenities that affords a graciously elegant yet comfortable environment. Interior Design by Tommy Chambers Architect David Serrurier Builder Thomas Lake Landscape Designer Mark Berry
wooden walls, ceiling, painted, vertical on ceiling for horizontal board connections
Don't like vertical
“Walls” — angel532
Sheldon Pennoyer Architects
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Peterborough Residence
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Love the vertical boards and shingles on the front!
gravel landscape
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Carlton Architecture
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
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VERTICAL CYPRESS SIDING?
dark-stained vertical tongue-in-groove cedar
“clean” — rentawife
Peace Design
Exterior
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beams under porches add a nice touch. too much stone on exterior. vertical rocks at top of chimneys porch, then windows, then porch again.
Example again of vertical reclaimed wood with horizontal wood (in this case very rustic) with chinking. Like the large windows but the rock may be a bit rough or jagged for
“windows and outdoor deck design idea for cabin” — henrichsens
Urban Front
Urbanfront Terano
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Maybe vertical windows above the garage door would look good.
Love the look, light walls, dark window frames, not much landscaping
vertical windows
“front door” — Laura de Jesus-Rodriguez
Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
Algoma Retreat
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to a lake house. Because design is about making things your own, I love the idea of wood plank installed on walls — mixing it up horizontally and vertically. Stick with a gray tone to keep the natural light abundant; super dark or heavy stains can instantly make the space darker. Also play with art
to a lake house. Because design is about making things your own, I love the idea of wood plank installed on walls — mixing it up horizontally and vertically. Stick with a gray tone to keep the natural light abundant; super dark or heavy stains can instantly make the space darker. Also play with art
soaring ceiling, making it possible to use a small fireplace. The wood was originally in a barn in Texas. "The house was designed to be a part of the landscape. This was accomplished by how the house sits in the site, the placement of windows and the position of walls for views," says Pam Lamaster-Millet
“Mur” — melissafontaine1
Marie Meko, Allied ASID
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Entrance
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Change vertical crossbeam to 2 vertical crossbeams
“Architecture/ façade of house” — lzeches5
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