129,943 vertical wood siding Home Design Photos

Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Tyrol Hills Modern
How did you build the closet doors? Are they custom doors with a wood veneer? Thank you! Do wood veneers have names the way tile do? If so, what is this veneer called?
I'm searching for a gray to go with lots of wood & this is great.
I like this combo of blue, wood, tiles
Frames vertically laid & use candle lanterns in lieu of lights
I like the vertical look of this room
wood plank walls with Gray tile floor
Tiled entry, grey feature wall and vertical stack of artwork
If your entry has high ceilings, try a vertical stack of artwork. It’s easy to create a grouping of artwork from an old atlas, a book with botanical or wildlife plates, or a calendar.
12. If your entry has high ceilings, try a vertical stack of artworkIt’s easy to create a grouping of
“Entryway dark and light” — ktomc
Jim Burton Architects
4 Reviews
Mercer Island Rear
Do you think this siding would hold up well in heavy snow conditions?
How did you install the fiber cement siding? Did you use a reveal channel or did you just space it?
Who is the cement siding vendor?
What is the product used around the window? It's not wood, is it?
entrance door made of? Is it colored wood? Steel?
The siding was a rain screen, with narrow gaps between
The siding was a rain screen, with narrow gaps between the panels. They
nice use of metal and panel siding.
cement board / aluminum (metal) + wood
Wood used to break up 'boxie' look
Good example of a little wood and cement panels
The siding was a rain screen, with narrow gaps between the panels. They were installed over furring strips, with exposed stainless
“panels textures mix colours not turq.” — brittanyginter1
Marina Rubina, Architect
2 Reviews
Quarry Street House
would you tell me about the door. Metal or wood and where to purchase.
roof framing and one of the vertical support elements. The structural support is provided by a coupling force developed by the two vertical elements and three glue-laminated beams. One of the beams is attached to the front of the house. The other two are on both sides of vertical elements. The most complicated
This door and side light are solid wood by Simpson Doors: .... This style is called Traditional Shaker #720. Simpson has specific instructions about required overhang over the door
one side to the other, the skylight wraps from vertical to horizontal.
The skylight visible at the front of this house designed by Marina Rubina is an extension of a skinny window above the front door. Just as the window at the corner wraps from one side to the
“Cool exterior house color” — delaneyd
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Swedish Exterior
Reversed colors, dark siding and light shingles
the dark vertical exterior to break it up?
Vertical board/batten on both barns
Siding and roof shingles
Charcoal grey siding
Siding and profile and color
board and batten siding
Vertical planks...The siding color...Black painted wood...Black siding...cladding vertical...siding 2...wood gate
“Roof color” — awtreytl
EuroLine Windows Inc.
Hi can u tell me the material and name of vendor for siding (dark gray) vertical please.
what the siding material is or the name of the vendor, as we only manufactured the windows for this project. I can tell you, however, that the exterior wall finishing materials for this development (Baxter Creek at Whistler, BC) was limited to stone, wood shingles, wood siding, composite wood and cement
cement board siding. (taken from: Baxter Creek Site Development Guidelines - http://www.baxtercreekwhistler.com/downloads/Baxter-Creek-Design-Guidelines.pdf ). Hope this helps!
wood on side of garage door if grey door is used
“Siding” — blueswells
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
mountain retreat
I am noting how the glass is mounted to side pillars, is it also in a steel support at the bottom? I have a log cabin with log frame railing and would like to install glass. However the logs
Hi there - sorry for the delay in responding to your comment. These are our Fusionline windows, which features this aluminum cladding over the wood. You can read more about the Fusionline engineering and styles here, if you like: ...
advantage of this is that the vertical space between allows for a nice clerestory window.” “the this way that way roof” — danelle
Dark windows, dark siding & rock with natural wood trim
takes light in on both sides - from both roof lines
Though this looks like a butterfly roof, it is actually comprised of two skillion roofs, which both slant inward. The advantage of this is that the vertical space between allows for a nice clerestory window.
“peak” — shyltons
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
The Line House
good to continue the wood theme.
combination of hard/soft material; maybe combine concrete with wood
nice concrete and lattice wood panels
on the side of the house: stucco wall with wood fence on top. Like
Combination of wood and concrete, and the height of the wall.
Wood slating above front door under eaves
is this fence that is strongly connected to the exterior design of the house. Rough-faced blocks are used in both the fence and the house's columns. Wood slats cap the fence and define the entry's gable end. They combine to give the entrance and the approach a solid cohesion.
“Maybe slats at bottom, mesh on top, wood cross beam topper to define?” — iamone23
Scott Gilbride/Architect Inc.
4 Reviews
Eastern Oregon Modern Ranch
Cool worn patina to this vertical corrugated metal. They don't say what it is. Casey
love the wood and metal mixture
cool entry. maybe a whimsical side door?
like the horizontal and vertical entrance
justed siding, grey fascia, black painted concrete board with natural
vertical and horizontal siding
nice siding combination. weathering steel
Color of siding...Metal siding...rusty siding...Rusty metal siding...Rusted metal siding...dark brown siding...Hardiplank Siding...metal siding...Siding Material
“LOVE the metal” — claybones
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