AlegriaFarmhouse Exterior, Seattle

Farmhouse multicolored two-story mixed siding exterior home photo in Seattle with a shingle roof —  Houzz
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Bri A wrote:Aug 25, 2019
  • Amortimer Mortimer

    This place is amazing and is perfectly built to take in all the beautiful views...Perfection.

  • Shelley Moerbe

    Please share the color of the metal roof. Love the entire home!

amy o wrote:Nov 25, 2019
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    Dana Webber Architect LLC

    Please contact our design team-- we would be happy to help you with this information.

  • amy o


Melissa Sjulsen wrote:Oct 23, 2019
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    Dana Webber Architect LLC

    The porch overhang is simply metal roofing over wood decking. The shine that you see is from residual raindrops.... This is the Pacific Northwest... after all.

Kath wrote:Oct 23, 2019
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    Dana Webber Architect LLC

    Hello Kath- The kitchen counters are stone. I highly recommend that you work with a designer who will help you put together your whole design package- to select the right materials for your needs and space and to select materials that are available for you locally.

melissalav wrote:Aug 30, 2019
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    Dana Webber Architect LLC

    Yes, of course. For the white board and batten, we used 1x2 battens at 16" on center an 1x3 corner trim. We painted the board and batten section with Benjamin Moore White Heron OC-57.

    The horizontal siding was 1x8 cedar bevel siding, smooth side out. We painted it using Benjamin Moore Black Panther 2125-10. We used a low-luster finish to give it a nice sheen.

melissalav wrote:Aug 30, 2019
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    Dana Webber Architect LLC

    Hello Mellissalav,

    On the upper portion of the siding, we used vertical 1x4 V-groove, tight knot cedar T&G siding. The siding was installed with the rough side out. We finished it with black stain. We worked carefully with the painters applying the stain to be sure we got a very transparent finish so we could maintain the warmth and grain of the wood. It was a delicate balance getting the color just right. We didn't want the "red" of the cedar to throw-off the carbon-color we wanted to achieve. We also didn't want it to go so opaque that it competed with the black-painted horizontal siding.

    I think we got it just right!

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Becky Harris added this to The Most Popular Exterior Photos on Houzz Right NowSep 27, 2019

1. Woodsy Cabin Meets Modern Farmhouse on Puget SoundAnd the most popular exterior photo uploaded in the past three months combines contemporary and farmhouse styles in a site-specific way that fits in with the rugged surroundings on the shores of Puget Sound in Washington. Rustic materials like stone, wood and metal lend a cabin-in-the-woods feeling to the large home. And the backdrop of mighty evergreen trees is truly stunning.Your turn: Which exterior is your favorite? Please share your thoughts in the Comments.More on HouzzBrowse the latest exterior photosTake a full virtual tour of homesShop for your home

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lmmbrit added this to Schneideryesterday

Contemporary farmhouse design often uses the creamy Austin Limestone shown here. What do you think???

vikatee added this to Styles Viktoria Loves2 days ago

I am noticing i like the use of more than one exterior material used on a home

johnthebaker added this to The Train House5 days ago

Exterior color and texture contrasts

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