The 5400 sq. ft. Craftsman style beachfront home features a perfectly paved driveway with a detached garage for three. The unique Cedar shake roofing and white trim matches the design of the main home.
This ranch home combines a variety of building materials to create an adorable cottage look. The brick siding, cedar shakes, slate patio tiles and stone planters mix beautifully with the swirled topiaries, pine-needle mulch and flowering window boxes.
A gorgeous stone walkway leads you to the main house of this property in Innisfil, ON, Canada. Well-kept shrubbery and a sweeping lawn adorn the facade, adding to the extraordinary curb appeal of the home.
This stunning 5400 sq. ft. Craftsman style beach house offers spectacular views of Lake Washington, five bedrooms and four baths, a detached garage, off-street parking, and cedar shake roof -- plus, it's steps from the water's edge.
This bungalow combines cedar shakes with board and batten siding to create a distinctive looking modern twist on an old theme. Lots of windows keep things bright inside and the pediment over the entrance is a unique focal point.
As guests make their way around the side of the house, they'll follow a driveway made of reclaimed granite from the Yangtze River. A garage with cedar shaker siding sits at the end, with a wood gate leading into the garden.
A beautiful example of Queen Anne Victorian architecture, this four bedroom, four bathroom home in Seattle features a cedar shake roof and a mix of wood and stone construction. During the renovation, original details were painstakingly preserved; the house is truly an historic landmark.
Window boxes add a lively arrangement of color to the cedar siding. “The window boxes are very much a part of the Vineyard experience, and pertain to what is happening in each room so you look out and they are color coordinated,” explains interior designer Linda Woodrum.