clapboard siding

clapboard siding

A wood siding commonly used as an exterior covering on a building of frame construction, applied horizontally and overlapped, with the grain running lengthwise, thicker along the lower edge than the upper. See also: Wood
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Cave Spring Log Cabin, Floyd County The Cave Spring Log Cabin was discovered two years ago when layers of clapboard siding on a larger structure built around the cabin were removed.
5-bath townhome with clapboard siding, brick chimney pots and window boxes, large flagstone private porch end stone patio.
The new, vividly vertical windows and doors combine with the horizontal clapboard siding to give this house a rustic elegance, almost as if the original farmhouse has put on its Sunday best for a ride to town.
400 Quarter Creek Drive is a 7,000-square-foot home that evokes New England simplicity with white clapboard siding, dormers, multi-paned windows and an entry pediment.
Pitched roofs, clapboard siding, deep overhangs, elaborate window trim, and other devices that delight designers today all evolved to keep the interior dry.
For privacy and to integrate the deck visually with the house, the deck's railings were covered with clapboard siding that matches the house's exterior.
Clapboard siding blurs distinction between indoors and outdoors
They have what appears to be clapboard siding now that is made out of concrete," he said.
The design of this hotel was modified to reflect the New England architectural context of the area, which includes clapboard siding with a pitched roof.
The conservative FHA--wary of anything too modern--rated it a sound investment, even sounder when such "traditions" as clapboard siding and shutters were added.
The house's original clapboard siding may be under the vinyl siding, he said.
At Five Lanterns, traditional New England coastal architecture -- characterized by shingle and clapboard siding -- is complemented by stone and brick details," said principal Scott Brown of award-winning and California-based Scheurer Architects.