Mixed materials and layering is a popular interior design technique. There's freedom in being able to mix complimentary or contrasting textures. When design moves to the exterior, mixed cladding breaks up the homogenous designs which are a symptom of narrow lot housing. Alternatively, it provides an opportunity for the decisive to play and create something unexpected.
Mixed Cladding is used to add design diversity to similar buildings or to create an interesting façade. It can be a design requirement in new developments to enliven streetscapes with dissimilar designs.
Of The Mixed Cladding Look
Unlike brick and weatherboard homes with busy horizontal lines, contemporary homes with rendered exteriors appear calm and uncluttered. Achieve a modern, minimalist aesthetic through Hardie™ Fine Texture Cladding. The smooth, sand-like texture adds warmth and diffuses light, giving your home a fine matte finish.
Of the Mixed Cladding Look
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