49,232 exposed rafters Home Design Photos

Michael Knowles, Architect
4 Reviews
Port Orchard Residence 01
Ideabooks3,399
Questions1
Exposed rafters, floor to ceiling windows
metal outside and rafters that can be seen outside and in
Exposed rafters create rhythm & lots of windows
The enclosing skeleton of the home is expressed; we see column, beam and rafter. Other details (like the cable railing) are minimal so
Exposed rafters create rhythm and interest here, another successful marriage of space and structure. The structure encloses space, while the interior weaves in and out of its canopy, forming livable indoor and outdoor spaces, all beneath the same structure.
“Architecture” — companyx
Geoff Chick & Associates
5 Reviews
Williams Residence
Ideabooks1,314
Questions3
Exposed rafter tails borrow from cracker cottage style. With
Nice rafter tail and notched roof corner detail. Workmanship looks to be top notch.
like the exposed rafters and the shingles - good look for our back push out
Exposed rafter tails, extended eaves, and beam and corbel detail.
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
Charleston Home + Design Mag
7 Reviews
CH+D mag's Fall 2012 Best Of Photos
Ideabooks3,746
Questions2
This appears to be track lighting mounted to the bottom of the rafters. please consider using rail or cable systems in a setting like this. Available from Tech Lighting, WAC Lighting, LBL, and others. Available as line
HVAC....Exposed HVAC...Track on joists...Wood floors...exposed rafters...Exposed beams...exposed beams...exposed duct...exposed rafters...floor plan...wood floor”
Like: the walls that do not go all the way up. Don't like: the exposed ventilation.
Exposed ducts let homeowners virtually erase impeding ceilings. Here it opened up a head-turning harmony of geometric lines.” “Exposed ductwork...exposed HVAC
Gives an idea of open rafters
Exposed ducts let homeowners virtually erase impeding ceilings. Here it opened up a head-turning harmony of geometric lines.
“ceiling is awesom” — jorr686
Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
9 Reviews
Exterior Detail at Surfers End
Ideabooks564
Questions1
The soffit material is a 1 x 6 cedar bead board (flat side exposed). The venting is a 1" horizontal slot between each rafter. We then installed an insect screen from the inside.
nice details with exposed rafters and nice porch or patio idea...
features a soffit in 1-by-6 cedar beadboard (flat side exposed), with 1-inch horizontal slot venting between each angled rafter
This detail shot shows a confluence of architectural styles and common elements that tie everything together. These include extended brackets, exposed rafters, cedar and the crisp white trim. These elements are thoughtfully repeated on all four sides of the house, sometimes in the same scale and rhythm
Architect Richard Bubnowski's design features a soffit in 1-by-6 cedar beadboard (flat side exposed), with 1-inch horizontal slot venting between each angled rafter. He also installed an insect screen from the inside.See more guides to Craftsman design
“soffit” — fpdinnyc
Green Button Homes LLC
Craftsman Master Suite Room Addition
Ideabooks317
Questions1
Master Suite Room Addition. 450 s.f. , T117 Siding, Open rafter tails, 1x4 trims and 1x6 corners. Redwood deck and bench. Green Button Homes LLC 2008 www.tomtarrant.com
craftsman trim details and rafter tails exposed
Window and door trim, rafter tails. Craftsman-inspired simple addition.
Deck and rafter tails would look great in the front of our house
Plain rafter tails look appropriate on this 450-square-foot Craftsman addition, especially paired with shiplap siding, 1-by-4 trim and 1-by-6 corners.
“Plain rafter tails, paned glass” — Margo Hasselman
Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Featured on CalFinder website - Danenberg Design Kitchen Renovation
Ideabooks176
Questions0
Exposed beams that are trimmed and painted to match other mouldings and trim
added an architectual bit to deal with the exposed rafter
Low slope exposed rafters
exposed rafters for bar area
Exposed Rafters Painted White
ceiling exposed rafters
exposed ceiling beams
exposed rafters...open rafters
“Ceiling” — willyhyland
Gary Hutton Design
1 Review
Gary Hutton Lagoon House
Ideabooks2,705
Questions2
Like this updated look. Exposed rafters. Love the entrance. Continuity in beams running from out to in.
Indicative of this style is structural transparency, as can be seen in this Eichler-built home. Exposed rafters support a gabled roof, on which the tongue
Indicative of this style is structural transparency, as can be seen in this Eichler-built home. Exposed rafters support a gabled roof, on which the tongue and groove roof decking becomes a key architectural element in the expression of its style. Further
Exposed rafters support a gabled roof, on which the tongue and groove roof decking becomes a key architectural element in the expression of its style. Further
home was designed in a classic ranch style that is simple, structural, and very indicative of mid-century design.” “in this Eichler-built home. Exposed rafters support a gabled roof, on which the tongue and groove roof decking becomes a key architectural element in the expression of its style. Further
“Front yard” — Kat M
Dorothy Howard AIA, Architect
Custom Homes & Remodel/Additions
Ideabooks7,650
Questions13
Exposed rafter tails and beams under deep roof eaves. This another one of the more distinctive characteristics of the style; it reflects the influence of the Arts and Crafts movement, which sought to make visible the handiwork that went into design, on the style. Adding exposed rafter tails and
Exposed rafter tails and beams under deep roof eaves. This another one of the more distinctive characteristics of the style; it reflects the influence of the Arts and Crafts movement, which sought to make visible the handiwork that went into design, on the style. Adding exposed rafter tails and
“colors” — emilyrutter
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