6,633 Blue Ridge Mountains Home Design Photos

Carlton Architecture
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
Ideabooks4,184
Questions8
This modern lake house is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The residence overlooks a mountain lake with expansive mountain views beyond. The design ties the home to its surroundings and enhances the ability to experience both home and nature together. The entry level serves as the
Lots of windows--master bedroom to see mountains?
another good color scheme. See how they work in the blue/green with the rug.
that the house is laid out strategically, it is not an issue. Unlike urban situations, where prying eyes are right across the street, in this Blue Ridge Mountain context there are none.
and that the house is laid out strategically, it is not an issue. Unlike urban homes, where prying eyes are right across the street, in the Blue Ridge Mountains there are none.
“The carpet” — dnouwen
Clark & Zook Architects, LLC
5 Reviews
North Georgia Log Cabin
Ideabooks5,626
Questions3
was built is about 60 acres. Most of the property was harvested about 60 years ago so none of these trees are "original". Most of the north Georgia mountains, and this property as well are Lob-lolly Pines, and all variants of Oak. There are also many small under-story dogwoods, and smaller Maple trees
log cabin restorer Clyde Smith and the architects at Clark & Zook, he turned the original cabin into part of a larger home nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Reassembling in the mountains of Georgia. This home’s design began with the homeowner’s spying a log cabin for $25,000 in the paper. With help from log
in the mountains of Georgia. This home’s design began with the homeowner’s spying a log cabin for $25,000 in the paper. With help from log cabin restorer Clyde Smith and the architects at Clark & Zook, he turned the original cabin into part of a larger home nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
“Awesome home! Will share with hubby.” — Michelle King
Wright Design
4 Reviews
Foothills Cottage
Ideabooks7,694
Questions3
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this cottage blends old world authenticity with contemporary design elements.
stone with cedar roof (located in blue ridge mountains)
earth and was timeless." On the other hand, felling a tree is relatively easy and cheap, reinforcing Jackson's distinctions.This cottage in the Blue Ridge Mountains shows how stone can be used for walls and roofs. Together they give the house a solidity that roots it in its place.
“The way how to protect the dirt or land.” — ben0207
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Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Green Springs Farm
Ideabooks410
Questions1
EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFUL, HOWEVER, I WOULD PROBABLY CHANGE THE WALL COLOR TO A NICE SHADE OF BLUE (MAYBE A ROBIN'S NEST OR SOMETHING SIMILAR...LOVE WATER SHADES)
The blue picture is a nice offset against the yellow paint
An upstairs gallery alongside the master bedroom hallway allows for clear views to the Blue Ridge Mountains. A golden grass-cloth wall covering maintains the warm interior vibe and complements the brilliant greenery outside. Artwork over mantel: Ted Larsen; curtains: Cowtan & Tout; wall covering:
“Yellow walls” — aliciahinzman
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks5,851
Questions8
cabinets provide extra storage without restricting the open quality of the space. A large window over the sink opens to a beautiful view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
“Finish out of the cabinets for the legroom” — design6032
KPD Interiors
1 Review
Barnwood Kitchen for Log Home
Ideabooks154
Questions4
A dining table and back deck overlook the Virginia state line and Blue Ridge Mountains.
and Blue Ridge Mountains. On a clear day, the couple can see the buildings in Winston-Salem, 65 miles away. They spend a lot of time on rocking chairs just enjoying the view. “Even when it’s raining or cold, we sit out there," Debbie says. "It’s beautiful to watch the snow swirl down the mountains.”See
“Light” — paradiespoint
Kaplan Thompson Architects
4 Reviews
Earthship Farmstead
Ideabooks862
Questions0
meters); 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and an office David and Liisa Wallace left the U.K. and built a homestead on 104 acres nestled against the Blue Ridge Mountains in Stuart, Virginia, and sought the expertise of an architect who had extensive experience designing self-sufficient homes. Earthship Farmstead
square meters); 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and an officeDavid and Liisa Wallace left the U.K. and built a homestead on 104 acres nestled against the Blue Ridge Mountains in Stuart, Virginia, and sought the expertise of an architect who had extensive experience designing self-sufficient homes. Earthship Farmstead
“We want a house where our sheep can graze on our roof.” — clients of Kaplan Thompson ArchitectsOh, this is the one that made me miss the Blue Ridge. I thought the exterior of the house was fascinating and held my breath as I read, thinking that the inside might be off-putting, but no, it’s just
“Passive house” — Mollie Fisher
Dianne Davant and Associates
Modern Mountain Home
Ideabooks140
Questions0
A deck off the main floor provides a large outdoor space with spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Modern Mountain Home
“Cable Wire” — mccoybrandi
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