53,627 exterior home design program Home Design Photos

Glancey Rockwell & Associates
Plateau Residence
Ideabooks414
Questions1
spaces and framed views. Concrete walls anchor the home both structurally and metaphorically to the Earth. Interior and exterior spaces become intertwined through the aluminum/glass curtain walls. Photography: Phil McClain Photography
New home designed for a young family who desired to stay true to "modernism" without compromising meeting the needs of family. True to moderns philosophy the home utilizes standard modular materials and construction techniques. Simple geometric forms were manipulated to create protected outdoor spaces
Love the exterior corner fireplace, Who makes it or was is custom?
walls anchor the home both structurally and metaphorically to the Earth. Interior and exterior spaces become intertwined through the aluminum/glass curtain walls. ...
“Exposed concrete” — laurengregor01
Six Degrees Construction
McKenzie River Home
Ideabooks3,780
Questions5
How much to build this home
Hi there. Great design. Where is this project located?
The top level is designed at an angle
view from the deck. great positioning of home.
Exterior and deck railing
Exterior materials...Exterior of house...McKenzie River Home
“rail, eaves, door” — nancyabens
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Admiral's House
Ideabooks5,450
Questions7
slate roof. Although the owners loved the character of the original home, its formal layout did not suit the family’s lifestyle. The owners charged Meyer & Meyer with complete renovation of the home’s interior, including the design of two sympathetic additions. The first includes an office on the first
This stately Georgian home in West Newton Hill, Massachusetts was originally built in 1917 for John W. Weeks, a Boston financier who went on to become a U.S. Senator and U.S. Secretary of War. The home’s original architectural details include an elaborate 15-inch deep dentil soffit at the eaves, decorative
master bath above. The second and larger addition houses a family room, playroom, mudroom, and a three-car garage off of a new side entry. Front exterior by Sam Gray. All others by Richard Mandelkorn.
“All” — Tanquary Homes
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Barton Creek Residence
Ideabooks2,362
Questions5
Given a challenging lot configuration and topography, along with privacy issues, we had to get creative in designing this home. The home is divided into four basic living zones: private owner’s suite, informal living area, kids area upstairs, and a flexible guest entertaining area. The entry is unique
unique in that it takes you directly through to the outdoor living area, and also provides separation of the owners’ private suite from the rest of the home. There are no formal living or dining areas; instead the breakfast and family rooms were enlarged to entertain more comfortably in an informal manner
activity area, which helps the house connect to the property below. This contemporary haven in Barton Creek is a beautiful example of a chic and elegant design that creates a very practical and informal space for living.
“Too chunky?” — maya95
Calico Studio
3 Reviews
Ames Lake Studio
Ideabooks3,543
Questions5
Richwood27...no the water in the cistern does not currently feedback to the building but we designed the system so that we could use the water as grey water. Currently we are unable to use it for potable/drinking water because of health codes. And
Harvesting rainwater is another really good way to save water. Using it to irrigate lawns and even as the source for graywater in your home would replace the need to use treated and conditioned
next step is determining how it will get from the source to your home. A pump and filtration system will require energy to run. Holding tanks will be necessary to store water collected for on-demand use. The tanks shown here contain the home’s sole water source. Rainwater is channeled via a PVC pipe from
“Rain water collector” — runher99
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
21 Reviews
Tuscan Farm
Ideabooks4,897
Questions4
strategically designed to allow diffused light to filter into circulation spaces. Exterior materials of historic planking, stone, slate roofing and stucco, along with accents of copper add a rich texture to the home. The use of these modern and traditional materials together results in a home that is exciting
mountain meadow, this Tuscan-inspired home is given a few design twists, incorporating the local mountain home flavor with modern design elements. The plan of the home is roughly 4500 square feet, and settled on the site in a single level. A series of ‘pods’ break the home into separate zones of use, as well
creating interesting exterior spaces. Clean, contemporary lines work seamlessly with the heavy timbers throughout the interior spaces. An open concept plan for the great room, kitchen, and dining acts as the focus, and all other spaces radiate off that point. Bedrooms are designed to be cozy, with lots
“Floor” — gmomjudy
Regan Baker Design
6 Reviews
Carmadillo Master Bedroom
Ideabooks68,342
Questions20
A 1920's bungalow home in the heart of downtown Carmel, California undergoes a small renovation that leads to a complete home makeover. New driftwood oak floors, board and batten walls, Ann Sacks tile, modern finishes, and an overall neutral palette creates a true bungalow style home. Photography by
I love the chairs in the next room. Who is the manufacturer? Beautiful home. Thank you for sharing it.
use it for the exterior lanai and the outside of the house. That way when you look out the windows it feels like one big space outside. I am considering a bolder color, Cay by SW 6772 for the other bedroom. What do you think? Also, I am looking for a color for the front door exterior and maybe bring
“Use of one of my antique half side table” — fredhusom
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Pontatoc Residence Remodel
Ideabooks6,067
Questions1
It's a custom gate, designed by Ibarra Rosano Design Architects and fabricated by Graphic Iron.
Rosano and Ibarra maintained the home’s existing visage facing the street; the modernist action all happens behind patio walls. A rusted raw steel gate and planter are the only hints of the modern makeover.
“Design for gate” — siddiqirashid
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