13,685 cape cod Home Design Photos

Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Home Renovation and Addition in Decatur
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cute cape too and wondering how to keep the charm but add a full porch and more space by adding a third floor. Thanks
We are putting a new roof on our cape cod. We have black shutters and red door. We were thinking of black
of this cape cod. The dormers and the porch with white railing is picture perfect.
Front of cape with flag and door
we might be buying a cape that needs improvements.
American-dream Cape Cod–style house is a white picket fence. The flag reminds me of my grandfather, Pop, who would put one out every fair-weather morning and then fold it up the appropriate way each night, like Clint Eastwood in Gran Torino.
Cape Cod. A popular East Coast U.S. style, the Cape Cod house is
style, Cape Cod style is great for smaller households. It's also a natural choice for vacation homes and can be found across the country. As with many older house styles, Cape Cods tend to have little storage space.More about Cape Cod design
“Color of house and entry porch” — barbaramoss
David Vandervort Architects
4 Reviews
Key Peninsula Residence
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Modernizing a traditional cape cod home
nice use of space with lots of window views and modern cape cod feel
of the Cape Cod style. All the characteristics of the Cape Cod house are here while the material palette, such as the metal roof, has been updated. It's proof that the Cape can be adapted to today's technology and building techniques. More: Browse guides to home styles and designs
“NW Cape Cod Style” — extracrispy
Joseph B Lanza Design + Building
Mill Pond House
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upon the Cape Cod tradition with a series of volumes stepping back along the edge of the coastal bank. From the street the house appears as a classic half Cape, but what looks like the main house is only the master suite. The two “additions” that appear behind it contain most of the house. The main entry
is a cape cod hose is a half story house with a gable roof and central entrance
This is Cape Cod because it is a one story house and doe not have much detailing
Makes It Cape CodElement: Cedar shake shingles for the roof and siding. These unpainted shingles turn from a warm tan to a gray color over time. Clapboard siding is also common on Cape Cod cottages. How to make it your own: Cedar shake shingles require less maintenance than painted siding, making them an
“shutter example” — mattpurvis
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Crooked Cottage Charm Featured in Maine Home & Design
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antique cape on the coast of Maine. This house was featured in Maine Home & Design. See the article "Crooked Cottage Charm" on our website.
I like the size of the planks. It looks like our cape
Cape Cod style like my Nana's old house
Double Dormers...steep roofline of many Cape Cod homes...
white clapboard cape cod.... green lawn. simplicity
White cape cod with white trim
humble Cape Cod, you'll find horizontal lap siding to be a good choice.Cost: The installed cost of horizontal lap siding can vary widely, with the lowest about $3 to $5 per square foot for vinyl and $4 to $7 per square foot for fiber cement or cedar. Material quality, color finishing and more all influence
of many Cape Cod homes. The most common type of dormer used is a gabled one, which features a simple pitched roof with two sloping sides. How to make it your own: In addition to boosting curb appeal, dormers create additional floor space in the area tucked under the roofs, helping convert once unused attics
“White on white” — sarnford
bmsalsbury
Cape Cod/ Colonial
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Traditional contrasting colors of black and white. It's the traditional Cape Cod look
of the Cape Cod style for the Southeastern part of the country includes a large porch to shade the interiors from the sun, and large windows to capture cooling breezes. This variation also includes lifting the house a few feet above the ground to avoid the often wet surroundings while providing an
“This is what Bill wants for the front. Maybe such a big porch.” — Diane Salmeri Sprague
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Lagoon Residence @ Belvedere
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modern cape cod! Similar to how we want to update with the white trim and modernized windows
modern cape cod, unique
cape cod meets modern
modern and cape-cod together
cape cod overhang...cape cod modern...converted cape...modern cape cod...modular cape cod...cape cod
“Trellis” — 0799
Joseph B Lanza Design + Building
Crow's Pond House
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ional Cape Cod "Half house" entry at twilight. Photo by Scott Gibson, courtesy Fine Homebuilding magazine The renovation and expansion of this traditional half Cape cottage into a bright and spacious four bedroom vacation house was featured in Fine Homebuilding magazine and in the books Additions and
Cape with cedar shakes and extention.
A Cape with breezeway to garage
A Cape Cod with breezeway to garage
gable-shaped Cape with an exterior that appears to be a skin like a membrane that's tautly stretched over its frame?
“Cape Cod Style Home Exterior” — DeLeers Construction, Inc.
SAVOIE Architecture
Duff Exterior
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cape cod - keeps with original architecture
Cape Cod rear and side additions
shed dormer in rear to add second floor space, additions to main structure are not too far out of character for cape
addition to the right of this cape - nice connection
that a Cape Cod style house is flexible, with the ability to accept and accommodate changes over time.
Element: Rear and side additions. When adding on to a Cape Cod home, architects and builders tend to try to maintain the modest facade of the original structure and make more drastic changes or
think of Cape Cod houses? Are you ready to import the New England style to your hometown, or is it better left for history books?More:A Coastal Cottage on Cape Cod
“sunroom” — xchrisx
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