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Digital Subscriptions > Build It > April 2018 > Timber cladding

Timber cladding

Rebecca Foster looks at how this attractive finish can boost your property’s kerb appeal

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The earthy tones of the Kebony timber covering help this house by AR Design Studio, blend with the surrounding gardens and rural setting. The hue of this product makes it visually comparable to tropical hardwoods.

Whether you’re keen to establish a home with modern or traditional visual appeal, timber cladding has the potential to act as a powerful aesthetic element within your self-build, renovation or house extension project. Often viewed favourably by planners as a tool that can help a house blend sensitively into its setting, sustainably sourced products can boost your dwelling’s green credentials, too.

From the varied honey, sandy and golden shades of oak through to the warm amber tones of larch, there are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to specifying this item – and a lot will depend on the budget you have available.

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What's inside the April 2018 edition of Build It magazine: - Stunning eco home on a heritage plot (page 22) - Glazed doors design ideas (page 64) - Renovating for profit (page 71) - Garage design options (page 74) - Complete guide to building with timber (page 81) - How to get planning on your garden (page 110) - Window cost guide (page 117) ... and much more!