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CB Conlin Landscapes
7 Reviews
It's all in the details
Ideabooks606
Questions0
Love the stone path-off side porch and down to dock
Walkway from back to front - south side
to put this flowers in the side of the fences
Side yard idea...Side yard...North side housje...Side of house...side yard
“Love it” — nita_aj
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
The Residence
Ideabooks983
Questions1
Directly across the street from the house is a lake, “the good view.” On all other sides of the house are neighbors of very close proximity which cause privacy issues and unpleasant views – “the bad view.” Thus the sides and rear are mostly solid in order to block out the less desirable views and the front
I'm looking for a low maintence exterior for my home. What would be the siding of this house? I currently have cedar wood siding, that is rotting. My home is modern on the inside. Thanks in advance.
This reminds me of the ipe siding seen in some of these photos: http://www.houzz.com/ipe-siding
Painted horiz siding & retaing wall
“Fachada” — chiquifer
Group 3
8 Reviews
Front view 1
Ideabooks3,908
Questions21
Well done! What type of siding is this and what color? same question for the roof. Thank you!
Today I found 50 unanswered questions in a place I've never looked before! I'm very sorry for the delay. :( Yes, all trim and siding are Lancaster White. The windows are Marvin Stone White.
It's part of the house (if we're talking about the same thing). the window under the far left side of the porch is in the kitchen and to the left of that is the pantry.
Thanks for buying the plans! On the original, we wanted the siding and trim and windows to be the same color. If was my choice, I'd go with the stone gray color window and match everything to that.
Red roof off white hardy siding and red brick accents
Cream siding, red metal roof, brick steps, Bahama shutters
“The porch the windows the landscape” — lorraine_
Harrison Design
7 Reviews
HDA Project 816
Ideabooks5,313
Questions4
love the siding color with the stone
Shake roof with shingle siding, patio
Pool floor w gambrel roof side room
"Folded under" siding in A-frame. Gambrel window
siding color...Siding and brick...Siding Material
“Like this” — gibsonra05
Kerrie L. Kelly
45 Reviews
Soft Gray Getaway
Ideabooks3,400
Questions9
nightstand on one side- table on the other. chair next to table
Cognac leather, warm rug, mismatching side tables
Everything! Mismatched side tables, window treatments, the rug, the club chair
Rug, different stands on each side
Nice side windows and colors. Pic above the bed should b e larger, however.
"As long as the nightstands talk to each other or relate to each other in the design, then you can be bold and choose something different for each side."If you opt for a wall-mounted light rather than a traditional table lamp, Penfield recommends waiting until you know the height of your headboard and
“Window shades” — kgrog
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks2,424
Questions1
it has everything. color, stone, shakes, siding, shutters, rounded cottagie doors, second story balcony... stone steps. love it
I like the roof detail on each end. I like he upper having siding and the lower stucco or visa versa.
Balcony, shingle siding possibility, tree roses on balcony
love the railing and balcony also the stone and if the wood shingle siding were stucco combo craftsman/monterey adobe style?
“2 houses” — mschroff
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks2,051
Questions2
paved driveway, wood siding, round window
I like this round medallion window - would like a round window on the garage side wall of the bonus room instead of a reg. rectangular window.
clap board siding, paving stone
siding and color...Love siding...shingle siding...Siding Material
“I love it” — Cecile Bastarache
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Beach Bay Point
Ideabooks1,015
Questions1
and existing bunker. The design of the main house involves projecting wings that appear to grow out of the hillside and spread outward toward three sides of ocean views. Architecture and landscape merge as exterior stairways and bridges provide connections to a network of paths leading to the beaches
each point. An enduring palette of local stone, salt-washed wood, and purple-green slate reflects the muted and changeable seaside hues. This beach-side retreat offers ever-changing views from windows, terraces, decks, and pathways. Tucked into the design are unexpected touches such as a hideaway wine
the arched beams on the sides here are an interesting addition
and existing bunker. The design of the main house involves projecting wings that appear to grow out of the hillside and spread outward toward three sides of ocean views. Architecture and landscape merge as exterior stairways and bridges provide connections to a network of paths leading to the beaches
“table looks to be made out of antique floorboards” — spassmonkey
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