Let your unique style lead the way. Eight popular architectural styles. One unique individual: you. See how Maibec products make it easy to create your own personal look. Get inspired, find the right mix of Maibec products, and start creating your dream home. With Maibec genuine wood siding, your home will always be in style.

Seaside

Creating that breezy seaside look invariably starts with shingles. Using the right colors is equally important. We recommend the subtle blues, white and grays in our Nautilia color collection.

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Urban classic

The classic urban style is more traditional, often with mixed materials. Rabbeted bevel siding is a popular choice; shingle accents can be added for an original and attractive touch.

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Chalet

The chalet style is all about simplicity, starting with simple architectural lines. Choose siding in a single color and in a textured finish to keep the home in harmony with its natural surroundings. Moldings should be discreet, either in a slightly contrasting or tone-on-tone shade.

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Ancestral

Charming reminders of a bygone era, ancestral homes typically feature roof dormers and sweeping porches. Rabbeted bevel makes a good choice - ideally in a textured finish. The addition of larger, more intricate moldings create an authentic look.

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Modern urban

Modern Urban homes typically feature straight, clean lines and doors and windows in dark trim. For a harmonious look with plenty of visual interest, opt for siding with a brushed-face finish, in a modern profile. Pairing a dark solid color with an earthy Natural tone will guarantee a truly modern look.

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Barn

Barn homes often boast architectural details like dormer beams and door and window moldings in contrasting colors. You can't go wrong with vertically installed Board & Batten siding. For a bit of contrast, combine vertical siding with sections of horizontal profiles.

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Country

Country homes are known for their many decorative elements, such as contrasting corner moldings and elaborate door and window frames. Choose complementing colors for your siding and moldings. Also experiment with various types of regular and architectural moldings for that warm, come-on-in country feel.

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Commercial and multi-unit

Maibec siding is well suited to larger scale projects such as commercial and multi-unit buildings. Its rich, timeless and organic appearance will complement virtually any exterior material, and create a truly unique look for your project.

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