31,596 elevator Home Design Photos

Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Bon Ton Residence
I am building a home with a very similar rear elevation, same patio. Right now the roofline ends at the furthest wall on the back and stops. What you've done here is very smart and I am considering the
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“covered porch” — clarencelou
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Landmark Builders
8 Reviews
Landmark Builders - Custom Home Builder
Could you please tell me who the manufacturer is for this beautiful elevator and what the weight capacity is? Thanks!
like the inside look of this elevator
panel, tile, and mirrors in elevator
forget elevator music. Yes, some of these come with the ability to pipe in music. Another important add-on is a telephone. Since we don't always carry our cell phones around with us when we are at home, I think any elevator should include a phone for emergencies. The total cost to put in an elevator can
“Elevator” — Inda Lattimore
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
18 Reviews
Contemporary Kitchen
worksurface and seating area. The Island is functional from all four sides: • Elevation F: functions as an eating bar for two and as a buffet counter for large parties. Countertop: Ceasarstone Blue Ridge • Elevation G: 30” deep coffee bar with beverage refrigerator. Custom storage for flavored
filling the espresso machine a cinch! Countertop: Ceasarstone Canyon Red • Elevation H: holds the Franke sink, and a cabinet with popup mixer hardware. Countertop: 4” thick endgrain butcherblock maple countertop • Elevation I: 42” tall and 30” deep cabinets hold a second Wolf oven and a built-in Franke
Franke scale Countertop: Ceasarstone in Blue Ridge The Range Elevation (Elevation B) has 27” deep countertops, the trash compactor, recycling, a 48” Wolf range. Opposing counter surfaces flank of the range: • Left: Ceasarstone in Canyon Red • Right: Stainless Steel. • Backsplash: Copper
“the idea” — pargolfer2
Fergon Architects, LLC
1 Review
Fergon Architects, LLC
Shingle style. This new house most resembles the shingle style of Victorian-era houses. Beyond the defining, shingled exterior walls, an asymmetrical elevation shows steeply pitched roofs with varying eave heights and shed dormers breaking them. Varying sizes and grouping of openings, and especially the curved
“cupola on roof” — Cynthia Grasshoff
Ruhl Walker Architects
10 Reviews
Westport River House - West Elevation at night
Westport River House - West Elevation at night
... and the other side is generously glazed. This elevation faces the backyard and a river beyond. This glass box and screened porch sit upon an old foundation with two bedrooms and storage for boating and beach supplies.
“simplest build and material...” — Joe Stokes
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
This closer view looking west and a little south reveals how nKArchitects shaped the front elevation. We can see a couple things: The gable roof projects on the south side below the line of the windows, and the driveway/entry is cut into the exterior
“good job architechture” — Joana Luna
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
An elevated "table" of water defines a large courtyard, adding energy with an upward burst of water down the center. More movement occurs as water spills over the edge of the pool into a receptacle below, where it is recirculated.
elevated, reflecting pool, water
“Fountain” — ikagami39
jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
Sustainable House
planting a native from zone 6 Oregon because it’s almost certainly not native to you, and almost certainly not adapted to regional or local humidity, elevation, etc. Discover how and where to find native plants
planting a native from zone 6 Oregon because it’s almost certainly not native to you, and almost certainly not adapted to regional or local humidity, elevation, etc. Discover how and where to find native plants
“Three tiers. Grasses, blues, daisy like. Simple, colorful and pleasant” — tcuyler
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