How to combine your cladding with stone, brick and other materials

Cedral cladding is the perfect complement to a range of building materials; see our inspiring projects to find out how to get the best results

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Two-tone exteriors are big news in home trends right now, combining colours, textures and finishes for a look that’s chic, sophisticated and bang up to date. Cedral cladding works beautifully as part of a two-tone scheme, partnering perfectly with brick, natural stone, tiles, stucco and – for a very contemporary twist – metal and steel.

There are several reasons to combine materials when building or updating a property – it creates character, adds an original, eye-catching focus and provides kerb appeal. Find out more about the advantages of combining materials – and how to avoid common mistakes.

Be inspired by our customers’ homes to give your own property wow factor.

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Country cottage with a contemporary twist

Cedral Lap cladding in crisp white is beautifully offset by smart red bricks and a red tiled roof in this countryside property in West Malling.

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Modern beach house with bags of style

Pairing wood effect Cedral Click in stylish white with soft stone in muted shades gives this beach house laid-back elegant appeal.

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A New England makeover

Natural stone details perfectly offset Cedral tongue and groove style cladding in smart grey to give this harbourside home in Fishguard an eye-catching finish.

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Chic 21st century design

Dressing up traditional cladding with modern touches such as metal, steel and glass is a very contemporary way of mixing tones and textures.

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Monotone shades with multi textures

Two-tone doesn’t have to mean two colours – instead, mix up textures and shades and combine red cladding with red brick for a very striking effect.

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Cedral cladding is a very versatile option for a two-tone exterior and offers hard-wearing, long-lasting visual appeal in a product that’s low maintenance, safe and easy to install. Designed to withstand the harshest weather conditions, it won’t rot, rust, warp or crack, is insect, bacteria and algae resistant and doesn’t need regular repainting. It has an excellent fire classification of A2-s1, d0 and a minimum life expectancy of 50 years.

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