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Beige Board and Batten Farmhouse House

This small house is a great example of a classic board and batten siding. The beige color of the siding is complemented by the gray shingle roof. The house is a single-family home perfect for a small family. The size of the house is small but it still has plenty of room for a family to live comfortably. The board and batten siding and gray shingle roof give the house a classic look that will never go out of style.

Medium Clapboard Sided House

This medium-sized house has a hip roof with gray shingles. The exterior is clad in clapboard siding giving it a classic look. The house is a single-family dwelling with plenty of room for a family to live comfortably. The hip roof and clapboard siding give the house a timeless look that will never go out of style.

Classic Hip Roof Design Adds Charm to Traditional Home

This large shabby-chic style roof is covered in gray asphalt shingles giving it a rustic and weathered appearance. The worn texture and color of the shingles add to the charm of the overall design. The combination of the shabby-chic style and gray color creates a unique and inviting look for the roof. The asphalt shingle material provides durability and protection for the structure underneath.

Tile-Roofed Traditional Gable House

This traditional style house is medium in size and features a beige stucco siding. The roof is a gable type and is made of brown tile material. The combination of the beige siding and brown roof gives the house a classic look. The house is perfect for a family looking for a traditional style home.

Medium Beige Shingle Hip Roof with Clean Lines and Symmetry

This medium-sized Victorian-style roof features a classic hip design giving it a timeless and elegant appearance. The beige shingle material adds a touch of warmth and sophistication to the overall look of the roof. The Victorian style is evident in the intricate details and ornate features making it a standout element of the building's exterior. The medium size of the roof allows it to complement the proportions of the structure while still making a statement with its unique design.