DAVIS HOUSE - FRASER STREETTransitional Exterior, Hamilton

photo by amanda aitken

front courtyard looking into entrance

Transitional exterior in Hamilton. —  Houzz
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Rebecca Gross added this to The Layered Effect: The Beauty of Shingle Cladding11 July 2017

Cons of shinglesWood shingles are a fire hazard and some local Australian governments restrict their use.Read about this house

Rebecca Gross added this to 7 Additions That Brought 1950-1970s Homes into the 21st Century20 April 2017

Keeping the mid-century pitched roof of the house, Davis has renovated the facade with columns and a close-gabled roof. The shingles are common to the style of both the original bungalow and mid-century aesthetic, and now bring a dose of Cape Cod-style to the house.Plaster columns and a carport have been added to one side, which create a rhythm of geometric shapes that are repeated through the house and garden. Take a tour of this house

Spacesmiths added this to Houzz Tour: Step-By-Step Additions Enhance a Tauranga Gem8 March 2017

With the oversized lattice over the front door and the added heft of white beams and columns, Davis made sense of the messed-about proportions of the old house, creating a pleasing symmetry and a welcoming porch for visitors arriving down the front path.

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Sally Wyatt added this to Peka Peka Reclad And Reno17 July 2018

Shingle combo with weatherboard and white

Ray Dantes added this to Ray exterior color ideas23 August 2017

interesting use of stained shingle/shake and dark grey

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