Shelter Island Beach HouseBeach Style Porch, New York

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setterdahl wrote:Mar 24, 2016
suegregerson wrote:Sep 24, 2013
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    Wettling Architects
    Well these are western red, full on exposure with sun and have faded to a nice
    Silver grey. We also use Alaskan yellow shingles. My house has these same shingles but are in shade and have faded dark brown / black as you suggested.
  • sweetisabelle

    great info!

Tim Fisher wrote:Mar 12, 2019
  • Tim Fisher

    Do you know the dimensions of the sill? Do you also know the thickness of the trim?

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    Wettling Architects

    The trim thickness is 3/4". I don't remember the exact dimensions of the sill, but I believe it was a Marvin window standard. Hope this helps!

bardzil wrote:Oct 18, 2017
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    Wettling Architects

    Hi. These are three windows mulled together.

  • bardzil

    What is the brand of the windows? I like how they look.

Carmen Pollastro wrote:Jan 11, 2016
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    Wettling Architects

    Hello! These are Alaskan Yellow Cedar. They are about 18 inches with a 6.5 inch exposure.


  • Carmen Pollastro

    Awesome! Thank you!

Susan R wrote:Jun 28, 2015
Erin Z wrote:Mar 3, 2015
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    Wettling Architects

    Benjamin Moore 1536 northern cliffs


  • Erin Z

    1536 Northern Cliffs is actually a beige color on the BM website. Any other suggestions?

jenmattmyers wrote:Mar 11, 2014
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    Wettling Architects
    Thansk. We used a flat stock 5" casing here meant for exterior use. We used a 4" Tongue & Groove boards with a micro V bevel for the ceiling
  • sweetisabelle

    Wettling..you mentioned 4.5 above for trim and here 5"..can you clarify which was used for this project? (its perfect!) thank you!

courtney_whitman wrote:Jan 8, 2014
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    Wettling Architects
    They are 3/4" Thanks.
  • sweetisabelle

    Above you mentioned the mutins were 5/8" can you clarify? thanks

Choice Construction wrote:Aug 27, 2013
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    Wettling Architects
    They are Marvin casements that meet hurricane code. The head height is 8' the sill is at 30" and I believe they were 27" wide.
  • courtney_whitman
    Can you please tell me the size of the sdl's/muntin bars - are they 5/8" or 7/8" ?
edwdmh wrote:Aug 2, 2013
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    Wettling Architects
    They were from marten and langinger, thanks!
  • edwdmh
    Thank you.... I appreciate you taking time to answer my question!
Jackie Losquadro Colucci wrote:Jul 8, 2013
  • jwettling
    it is naturally weathered mahogany.. thanks.
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    Wettling Architects
    hi. it is naturally weathered mahogany.
Jenny McGee wrote:Oct 26, 2017
Rodney Early wrote:Apr 10, 2017
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    Wettling Architects

    Yes, they are Marvin Windows and they were custom made t my dimensions for each opening.

Laurie Toohey wrote:Jun 17, 2016
miastensrud wrote:Oct 8, 2015
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    Wettling Architects

    The doors are custom made from Riley Woodworks. They are 8 feet tall and 30 inches wide

cherylallismom wrote:Sep 27, 2014
johnchambers wrote:Jun 30, 2013
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    Wettling Architects
    These were standard natural western red cedar shingles bought from riverhead lumber
hhamilton8 wrote:Jun 28, 2013
beaversmrs wrote:Jun 20, 2013

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Anne Colby added this to Photo Flip: Good Dog! Cute Pooches at HomeJan 16, 2016

Luke, architect Jack Wettling’s goldendoodle, visited this Shelter Island, New York, project “throughout construction and was happy to finally relax by the pool,” Wettling says. Luke is lying on a covered porch that overlooks the harbor and the pool. Designer: Wettling Architects; shingles: Alaskan yellow cedar; doors: custom, Riley Woodworks; trim paint: Northern Cliffs, Benjamin Moore

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Laura Gaskill added this to 11 Ideas for Decorating Your Summer PorchJun 11, 2013

1. Channel the Hamptons. Natural wood, sandy beige and blue make a classic beach house combination that works anywhere. Unfinished teak furniture fades to sandy gray as it weathers, and it looks just right with indigo and linen-hued cushions and cut hydrangeas.See how to outfit a beach house, from deck to drawer knobs

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Stephen Surowiec added this to Gunpowder TrailJul 9, 2019

Simple 3 sides with sill. color matched to window casement.

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debcruzer added this to John & EllieJun 24, 2019

exterior window frames, uniform window size

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Laurie S. added this to Laurie's Ideabook for 655 Island RoadMay 13, 2019

Outside space. Shakes with white trim

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