14,380 wood slat cladding Home Design Photos

Architects Magnus
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jewell - exterior front
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attach slats so you can clean under them
This is so amazing that I copied the idea for our front entry - we used frosted glass with fixed windows (they are bathroom windows, so frosted was best anyway) and now we are trying to devise a way to do the slats where you can clean the spider webs and glass
under the slats? Thanks so much for any advice you could give!!!
advise the wood that was used- ipe? cedar? Does it require much maintenance? thanks!
style of wood on the garage
Breaks in the wood lattice, translucence behind screening
Like the way wooden slats are integrated into house and then balustrade.
Slats might be a good idea, open with privacy
incorporates wood slats into the garage volume. The spacing of the horizontal wood pieces is evident in the glowing garage doors (combined with a translucent plastic or glass, no doubt) and the guardrail that extends to the right and the second-floor French doors. A closer look ...
“Really like horizontal lines of modern facade” — dan1george
Studio William Hefner
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William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks2,740
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kind of wood was used and what the stain is for the wall?
Would you please tell me houw the wood planks were attached to the wall revealing a black color between planks
Look of slats with spacing between
nice chair - like the wood, cushion proportions
leave spaces between wood slats and add backlighting
of thin wood slats. I would go with a 3-inch wood strip for this look. I like the idea of having spaces in between the slats to allow for backlighting.
Wood slats 3" wide with space in between to backlight
of thin wood slats. I would go with a 3-inch wood strip for this look. I like the idea of having spaces in between the slats to allow for backlighting.
“Contemporary style Ipe wall” — jluhern
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Exterior
Ideabooks3,680
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kind of wood siding was used?
like the juxtapositon of slat and whols
use of slats contrasting horizontal boards
Vertical slats to create depth around bathroom windows
like vertical slats look for wood section of exterior facing - upper bedrooms
Exterior wood screen
wood slat for staircase
Slats to cover concrete wall
Vertical slat wall...wood slats...vertical wood slats...Woods and fence...Wood on front?...slat fence...Wood panels...exterior wood slats...wood privacy screen...white wood...wood fencing...wood siding...wood trim
“Privacy panel” — Shari Zimbelman
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Architects Magnus
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jewell - exterior from street
Ideabooks6,284
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translucent wood. I thought it would be need to put in the front of the house.please guide me when to get this type of translucent . thannks
(interior) and wood slats. The slats interlock and, when they operate, stop traffic on the street. The "big" concept was to conceal/disguise the garage from the front view. Glad you like them. - HM
but the wood slatted garage doors. Where did you find the picture? I would be interested in learning more about that home itself and the garage door installation process, and how they work. I mean, those are awesome! ( http://baldwingaragedoorsandgates.com )
garage door - glass + wood
Like the wood around the 2nd floor lanai
Nice red colored wood and stone.
cool wood treatment, but would be hard to upkeep
“Facade” — abolson
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Bronx Box - exterior
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metal clad roof bulkhead was carefully sculpted within the zoning restrictions and provides access to an expansive roof deck providing 360º views of the bay and surrounding neighborhood. The house is clad in cement board with cedar accents and Ipe wood decks to keep maintenance issues at a minimum.
“elevated” — erickasymonette
Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House
Ideabooks5,897
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Wood slats for privacy at entrance
wood paneling on either side of the front door or either side as well as the right
Like slats closer together but good color
open wood slats. use this on existing half wall by front door
what if we changed out the wood around the entry to be wood, haha. no mroe vertical painted, but horizantal stained
like the wood color for jac
More wood slats, this time used to create a semi-private screen at the front door enclosure. Depending on how you space the slats, they offer a world of design options from private to semi-private screens, dividers, enclosures, and more.
“nice idea for the front feature” — timwark1
Wagner Hodgson
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Wagner Residence
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assembly of wood and metal outbuildings forms a minimalist compound containing a main house, guest house, painting studio and sculpture studio. The outbuildings are organized by and contained within a datum of low concrete walls, a tree bosque, hedgerows and a crushed stone sculpture court. The architecture
slatted "barn door" to cover windows
idea: these wooded slats w/ an inner & outter screen attached to provide a bug free breeze in the house
slat wood is always a good way to shade.
wood with the white and metal
Sliding door screen panel wood slats
like the metal and wood combo for the fence
wood panel wall - use with clear panel as a sliding panel on side of bunkhouse
Great use of sliding wood panels for shade and protection.
“LIghtweight screen” — sosmary
Alterstudio
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Scout Island
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Cool wood panelling for carport storage.
Wood slats over black post and down side to neighbor
wood garage door - make your own. brick
Love the teak slats. Also love the glass breezway
covered in wood slats, a wood trellis, and brick boxes that are relieved of their flatness with projecting bricks.
Moving toward the front door, we can see that the lower two-thirds of the wall adjacent to the entry has a texture that appears to complement the wood slats.
“Garage” — aimeefagan
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