We had such a great time working on this Parade home with Shawn and the homeowners. They were both great to work with. There was allot going on and lots of ideas and design work that happened on the go.
Cement Board Lap, post & beam wraps. Hand dipped cedar shakes, "Customized" Brick, Natural Stone. All came together to create this great house.
I can't tell you how we made this brick. It's a secret..
Interior brick was so fun to do. Planned to paint it all white but we loved the color that it added to the house so just kept it.
I think you are going to like these photos. This house is in Midway, I think it is still for sale, in Cascades @ Soldier Hollow. The style is French Country. The contractor and his daughter have a great eye for style and color. I just really love it.
We actually built the planter boxes, wood headers and shutters from an old dairy barn that was laying on the ground just a stones through from this house.
This is our custom texture that for me fits so well with this house
Love the grey door, I think I might copy this on my own house.
How do you like the shutters and planter boxes? The planter boxes are sitting on some corbels that we installed to support the planters. Sooooooo Cool!!!
Were able to keep the look and feel of this house while keeping in budget by adding stucco. We kept the shake and B& B siding. If you are trying to stay in budget just ask how we can redesign your exterior to fit your budget. I think you will still like it.
When they told me to paint this house black and white I thought they were just kidding. I was pretty skeptical about the final outcome. I thought only my little brother could like that.
Actually.... I kind of like it.
We built a custom post on the entry that I wish we would have painted white but it still looks good. I hope you like this and if you have an idea that is going to be a little different. Just go for it!!!!
What can I say about this project. The picture speaks for itself. There is allot going on on this combination retail/residential building. It is the brain child of the builder that put this together. Cement board siding, stucco, thin cut bricks and natural thin stone.
We had a great time transforming the outside of this little cabin in Sundance. We had a few delays getting this project done but were able to beat the weather. I didn't mind stretching out the days so I could go hang out at this great little spot in the forest.
Before picture.. Not sure how old this cabin is but this is the original siding with no protection other than a nice coat of oil.
The stone is a natural thin stone called Cinnamon Lake. Stacked tight with a Sabastian Stone sill.