For the secondary siding material, project builders Ray Kash and John Looney installed horizontal clapboards made of rot-proof fiber cement, a combination of wood dust and concrete that's been shaped to look like the real thing.
This charming home features a wraparound columned porch, a second level balcony, custom landscaping and a sweeping lawn. The white siding accents the architectural style of the home and is complemented by the lush green surrounding.
A dramatic curved window and turret-like extension give this stone and clapboard home fairy tale curb appeal. The stone driveway features an artful inlaid design and offers plenty of extra parking for guests. The four-level house offers dramatic views across Long Island Sound, from nearly every room.
This Colonial-style home features a classic layout of the style, with five windows above, four below and a centered front door. The home's white clapboard siding is also indicative of its Colonial style.
This luxury home in Greenwich, Connecticut, features a stone and clapboard exterior that fits perfectly within its setting. The 12,000-square-foot home is oriented to take advantage of the panoramic vistas of nearby islands and across Long Island Sound.
This stunning four-level waterfront home features six bedrooms and 12,000 square feet of living space. A rear facade composed largely of windows offers homeowners and guests sweeping views across Long Island Sound.
This colonial home features white clapboard siding and black trimmed cottage style windows, including one tall window that shows off the interior staircase. A vibrant red front door adds a touch of color under the classic front porch overhang with white columns.
Stone retaining walls and a stone driveway tie in with the stone and clapboard facade of this luxury cottage-style home in Greenwich, Connecticut. Rounded bays, a large front porch and myriad windows add loads of charm.
White clapboard-style wood panels and beadboard ceilings complement simple Shaker cabinets in this spacious professional kitchen. A glossy red island counter and black accessories lend a bit of contemporary flair to the otherwise traditional space.
Beachy inspiration creates a bedroom that's a restful retreat at the end of the day. A soft yellow-green wall adds subtle color to the mostly white space, while a clapboard siding focal wall brings texture behind the bed.
A funky cart chair made from reclaimed clapboard siding planks has four cart wheels on the underneath and a deep, upholstered seat. The chair adds a touch of rustic flair and a splash of bold color to this minimalist design studio.
A modern stone-and-glass fire pit surrounded by built-in stone benches and patio chairs with neutral cushions offers a place to enjoy Utah mountain views. Durable, composite decking, with the look of weathered clapboard, serves as the base for this dynamic space. (HGTV Dream Home 2012)
An open floor plan townhouse has a seamless flow from the kitchen to the living and dining rooms. Bringing beach-inspired texture to the space is an accent wall that looks like clapboard siding. Contemporary green armchairs and Ghost dining chairs modernize the rooms, while weathered woods on the dining table and media console add a rustic note.
A long, covered porch creates a beautiful al fresco dining spot that takes advantage of this Greenwich, Connecticut, home's picturesque views. A paneled ceiling in a rich wood tone adds warmth to the space and connects to the tree-filled setting. White battered columns are part of the detailed millwork that brings New England character to the stone and clapboard exterior.