Wood Cladding Aesthetics

Wood cladding is a versatile and timeless choice for enhancing the aesthetics of a house. Whether you’re looking to create a rustic, contemporary, or traditional look, wood cladding offers a wide range of design possibilities. In this blog post, we’ll explore various wood cladding aesthetics that can transform your home’s exterior into a stunning visual statement.

Modern Minimalism: For a contemporary and minimalist design, consider using sleek, vertical wooden slats. coloured woods like cedar or IPE can provide a clean and elegant look. Incorporate large glass windows to create a harmonious balance between the natural and modern elements.

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Traditional Elegance: Traditional wooden clapboard siding can exude timeless elegance. Choose rich, dark wood species like mahogany or red cedar and install them horizontally for a classic, refined appearance. Crisp white trim complements the wood’s warm tones beautifully.

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Scandinavian Simplicity: The Scandinavian design philosophy is all about simplicity and functionality. Light-coloured wood cladding, such as pine or spruce, can help you achieve this look. Pair it with minimalist detailing, neutral colours, and large windows for a clean, airy feel. Lunawood have mastered this art.

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Coastal Cottage: If you’re by the coast or simply want to capture the essence of a beachfront cottage, opt for white or light blue wood cladding. A combination of shiplap and board-and-batten styles can give your house a charming, seaside appeal.

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Mix Use Industrial:The raw, untreated appearance of the wood can create a striking contrast against metal and concrete elements, giving your home or office building an edgy, warehouse-inspired look.

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Mid-Century Modern: To replicate the iconic mid-century modern style, go for horizontal wood cladding with clean lines and geometric shapes. Teak, redwood, or cedar can add warmth to your home’s exterior, while flat or slightly sloped roofs complete the mid-century look.

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Japanese Zen: Embrace the Zen philosophy by using dark, rich wood cladding like Balau or Clado Calyx. Incorporate clean lines, minimalistic details, and Zen garden elements for a serene and peaceful ambiance.

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Remember that the aesthetics of wood cladding can be further enhanced by landscaping, outdoor lighting, and other architectural details. The choice of wood species, colour, and installation method will play a crucial role in achieving your desired look. Make sure to consider the climate and maintenance requirements when selecting your wood cladding to ensure it remains beautiful for years to come.


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