Modern Home Features Siding Indoors

Exterior siding in three different colors was used inside this modern home, creating a striking neutral palette throughout. Large, different-sized windows flood the home with natural light while offering prime views from every room.

From: Modal Design

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Photo By: Lawrence Anderson Photography

Master Bedroom Entrance

You do not have to limit yourself to one color per room. Create a grand entrance to your master bedroom with a multi-color exterior siding treatment.

Exterior Siding Feature Wall

Connect your interior to the exterior with an exterior siding treatment in the living room. Large windows capture different views of the sky, street and houses beyond. Three different colors were used that matched up with houses across the street offering a nod to the neighborhood.

Living Room Accent Treatment

The wood siding on the exterior is part of the interior visual interest and creates that instant connection the home has with the surrounding landscape.

Interior Accent Wall adds Texture

Bring the outside in and cover an interior accent wall and add warmth and texture to your space. The windows are large and strategically placed to capture the views out as well as getting light into the various spaces.

Double-Story Contemporary Kitchen

Create more natural light in your kitchen or home with large windows. This contemporary kitchen opens into the second floor creating a double height space with large windows, allowing light to flood the home. Natural light is a beautiful design element in any space.

Contemporary Living Room with Feature Wall

Connect the inside of your home to the exterior with an exterior siding treatment feature wall. This beautiful wall will lead your eye into the contemporary kitchen and offers visual interest and texture along the way.

Staircase overlooking Living Room

Connect the inside to the exterior by continuing the exterior siding treatment into the living room. You can add additional interest and light into the space by cutting openings in the dividing wall.

Bright Kitchen

Bring more natural light into your kitchen by cutting open the second floor to create a double height space. At the top of the double height space is a very large window, which allows light to flood in. Natural light is key to all of our projects.

Staircase up to fourth Floor Deck

Glass was used wherever it could be used to gain natural light into the space. On the left side is a wall of glass that shows the stairs going up the fourth floor deck. On the right is a wall of frosted glass that allows light in the master bedroom suite hallway. The hallway behind the frosted glass wall connects the master bedroom to the master closet.

Master Bathroom with Natural Light

Natural light was key to liven up the master bathroom. Large corner windows were install in the master shower to make it feel as part of the exterior as possible.

Living Room with Exterior Siding Treatment

Connect your interior to the exterior with a unique exterior siding treatment. The large windows capture views of the sky beyond. To open up the stairs to the living room, an opening was cut out dividing the wall to allow views into the space.

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