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Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks1,879
Questions2
Exterior mix of brick and wood-contemporary Interstate Brick Company, Bronzetone "Ruff" http://www.interstatebrick.com/commercial_brick/modular_3_9_16/bronzestone.html
i like the color of the brick and it suits in my exterior design.
brick exterior exudes Chicago: It is solid and has some decoration but is not overly flashy. The reuse of the building and its new function are signaled by the new door and transom on the right. Minus this elevation and a facade on the narrow alley around the corner, most of the existing exterior had
brick exterior exudes Chicago: It is solid and has some decoration but is not overly flashy. The reuse of the building and its new function are signaled by the new door and transom on the right. Minus this elevation and a facade on the narrow alley around the corner, most of the existing exterior had to
“windows, brick facade” — starstyl
Ekman Design Studio
Cherry Hills Western Eclectic
Ideabooks4,627
Questions1
This elegant expression of a modern Colorado style home combines a rustic regional exterior with a refined contemporary interior. The client's private art collection is embraced by a combination of modern steel trusses, stonework and traditional timber beams. Generous expanses of glass allow for view
combination exterior with board and batten is nice
I really like this exterior, the stone, the porch, the tower with metal roof
“Nice mix of materials, welcoming approach to the house.” — michelecoe
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Ideabooks786
Questions0
9. Go for a pastel exterior. Pastel pink may be a bit ill advised, but pale minty green can look fresh and unexpected on an exterior. Try it with a white or metal roof on a modern farmhouse, or pair it with navy shutters on a classic
This "abstracted farmhouse" outside Washington, D.C., gains some of its abstraction from the stucco exterior and its pastel green color. The house manages to stand out from the landscape without the tactic of contrast.
“Bushman Dreyfus Architects” — Cabana Home
GULIAN DESIGN, INC.
The Toledo4
Ideabooks2,214
Questions2
Could you tell me the color of the exterior paint?
I'd love to know the exterior paint color and stone type you used.
Stone exterior with stone tile cladding
exterior color and brick
Exterior style,paint color and windows
Exterior design...The exterior color...stone exterior
“Garage doors and stone” — Deneice Hase
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Noyack Creek
Ideabooks3,958
Questions6
What material is used on the rear upper exterior? It looks light a light board form concrete?
Same material as the exterior, Mahogany decking, that is stained
exterior protruding top floor over ground floor
I like the exterior materials and the contrast
exterior wall and multiple finish materials
concrete feature wall exterior
Exterior 2...exterior colors...exterior steps
“Stule” — britash
Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
9 Reviews
Rear elevation
Ideabooks5,148
Questions6
good idea for loft space exterior
Exterior color scheme
love exterior...exterior color...blue-green exterior...mixed exterior...yellow exterior
“Beautiful home” — Eyapher Musa
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
From Kids to Quiet
Ideabooks3,262
Questions6
Thanks for your question Dmaugh! Unfortunately, we don't have the exact name of the colors used on the exterior of this house.
Beautiful exterior - like rooflines, walkway
dimension on exterior
this exterior ranch home
Possible exterior idea
exterior, cottage like
love the exterior style,
Cedar side exterior...exterior ranch
“the entry” — deepka1
Moore Architects, PC
Monroe House
Ideabooks26,783
Questions19
But, we use Hardie a lot and have not had any major problems. However, we do like to use the Artisan brand because it looks more substantial on the exterior.
This front exterior landscaping provides a beautiful entry into a wonderful home.
exterior 4...Exterior stone...Exterior design...Exterior color
“Porch” — carolweidel
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