Back Facade with White Cedar ShinglesContemporary Exterior, San Francisco

This high durability exterior requires no painting or maintenance over time due to the natural cedar shingles, untreated machiche wood decking, blue stone patio, aluminum clad windows, copper gutters and galvanized railings.

Photography: Brian Mahany

Large contemporary two-storey exterior in San Francisco with wood siding. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Rebecca Gross added this to The Layered Effect: The Beauty of Shingle Cladding11 July 2017

Cedar shingles have been used on the facade of this San Francisco house to create a highly durable exterior that requires no painting or maintenance. The more traditional aesthetic and rugged appearance of the shingles stands in contrast against the sharp, geometric lines of the house, creating a natural yet thoroughly modern look.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

HU-734629867 added this to My ideas4 June 2021

I like the openness of this. The simplicity with effective use of lighting.

John Pagliacci added this to jmpagliacci's Ideas11 April 2021

Exterior facelift, wartime house

listisobba added this to Exteriors21 March 2021

Shaker with black windows and flat roof

Travis Lee added this to Michelle's Ideas14 January 2021

I really like the feel of this house. I’d I had to pick one image that feels like it captures my hopes for this place, it’s this one.

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