6,855 eave Home Design Photos

Marcus Gleysteen Architects
1 Review
Reservoir Exterior
Ideabooks6,639
Questions7
cedar eaves and two tone house color
Exterior Can Lights in Soffit (Eave?)
Would the eaves cut out too much light? Not if there were another layer of windows on top of those transom
Fantastic B-Board Eaves
Wooden eaves. Nice touch.
Eaves around house...Wide eaves...Eave and patio look
“cedar soffit” — christieberyl
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
12 Reviews
Butterfly Beach Villa
Ideabooks1,676
Questions1
Pavers, Eaves, shrub
Wide eaves...Big eaves...windows and eaves...not eave...Eaves detail Love...under eaves
“overhange” — eric79k
Buckingham Interiors + Design LLC
5 Reviews
Nantucket Orange Street
Ideabooks14,767
Questions6
Bed in Eaves & Bench storage under window
Utilise the eavesAttic rooms are full of steep lines and awkward spaces, but this bedroom makes brilliant use of the area beneath the eaves, with a simple frame turning it into a cosy built-in bed.
Tuck under the eavesA bed fitted under the eaves of a loft room might not work for a fully grown adult
“Hanging chair” — sk8ergirl888
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My Houzz: A Rustic, Stress-free Mountain Home in Mentone, Alabama
Ideabooks3,067
Questions2
Bed in eaves with storage drawers below
Love the bed tucked under the eaves. Also the sheep picture. Could vision my grandchild sleeping
2. Embrace the romance of an attic bedroom. What could be cozier than a child's bed tucked under an eave in an attic bedroom? Kids tend to love small spaces, so converting an attic into a child's room is a natural choice. White paneled walls ramp up the cute cottage feel here.
“This is the wood look I want. Distress” — Irma Green
Geoff Chick & Associates
5 Reviews
Williams Residence
Ideabooks1,327
Questions3
Extended eaves to help with the sun
the norm here, the extended eaves help cut down on solar gain in the tower, and since hurricane winds pose a threat to ripping the roof off, a beam and a corbel detail were added.
Coastal craftsman tower w/ extended eaves
style. With intense sunshine the norm here, the extended eaves help cut down on solar gain in the tower, and since hurricane winds pose a threat to ripping the roof off, a beam and a corbel detail were added.
Extended eaves to help decrease solar gain
Exposed rafter tails borrow from cracker cottage style. With intense sunshine the norm here, the extended eaves help cut down on solar gain in the tower, and since hurricane winds pose a threat to ripping the roof off, a beam and a corbel detail were added.
“Tower, rafter tails” — totojdodo
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
wood block residence
Ideabooks2,377
Questions1
What did you use on the eaves? Wood or composite? Looks great!
balustrade. Also wide eaves with lights.
Product on eaves - What did you use on the eaves? Wood or composite? Looks great! Like · Comment · 10 months ago PRO chadbourne + doss architects Hi. We used 1x4 tongue and groove clear Western Red Cedar with a custom stain.
“Cedar Saufit” — sethballred
Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Walsh Hollon Residence
Ideabooks2,033
Questions9
Thanks. It's ordinary 2x12 roof framing. The 4x6 purlins backspan a couple of bays into the roof framing & the plywood at the eaves is 5/8 T-38-4 Fir plywood instead of the normal CDX sheathing. The insulation is a BIB fill w a 1" airspace on top, approx R-38
The eave framing is 2x6 and 4x6 douglas fir appearance grade. The soffit is T38-4 fir plywood. Finish is Sikkens Cetol semi-transparent
Use of grooved plywood sheathing for eaves.
“Eaves and paneling” — Weinstein Construction and Design, Inc.
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
mountain retreat
Ideabooks1,565
Questions1
Wood eave; dark window frames; dark cladding
Eaves protect a building from water, wind and sun, but they add to the aesthetics of the building, too
too. Rafters, which are the long beams that support the roof, are exposed on the underside of this eave. When rafters extend beyond the roof, they are called rafter tails, and this area forms the eave.
“Roof” — fallonguatemala
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