This prefab home on Washington's Puget Sound by Method Homes features a combination of wood and metal. Says resident Amy Staupe: "Cedar was always a must on top, so that the house would blend into the woodland scenery and grey and weather naturally over time. We selected a dark charcoal color to coat the reverse standing seam metal by Taylor Metals."
The exterior of this renovated duplex in Quebec City mixes pale gray wood on the vertical volume, and fiber cement and black brick on the horiztonal volume.
In this modern take on the dogtrot house in East Tennessee, western red cedar treated with Sikkens Cetol pairs with dark metal cladding.
This family home in Melbourne is a series of small tiny house-like structures. The buildings mix and match white steel panels and western red cedar shingles.
White stucco clads the sheltering walls of this seaside home in Portugal, while silver wood slats line openings like doors, windows, and terraces.