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Peter Wodarz, Milileu Design
Love the front entrance including the gardens
Would you have a more direct front on image by chance? I'm trying to decide on a porch and stair treatment
treatment and cannot see this very well. The gardens are an inspiration!
From what I can make out. Ground cover to front of bed is Pachysandra Terminalis 'Variegata, On right I think blue plant
A garden bed that sits between the sidewalk and the house softens the formal lines
What are the front border plants please...border plant. For front yard?
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
has no ridge beam.. Trying to figure out the most economical way to add a porch roof to home. Hips are on each end gable look connects them.The existing
on 3 sides with roof line on each side of recessed patio. This is at our front door. Very similar but ceilings and rooflin are very low on our home. Thank
Front door (look and color), windows (grid and color), covered front porch, siding
Dormer convert to porch over entrance for support
could be our front entry if
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
What are the lilac colored flowers in the front?
purples in the garden with grays
porch idea...Love the front door...Swing around porch ❤️...Front porch...front door...The porch...front porch
possible surround for our front porch
the porch...cool steps and porch...Front porch timbers...log home porch...My future front porch...Front porch...Rustic Porch
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
y spaced, and how they look in relation to the porch dormer which is obviously not centred on the front of the house. Can u describe it, or is there any
How is the front hand rail post attached to the walk?
dormers are equally spaced in relation to the front porch; however, you are correct in that the front porch is not centered with the home. Hope this helps
Sorry we do not know which colors were used on the front of the house. Check out the Benjamin Moore app for help with paint color
think it looks better when the porch attaches lower on the house.
I like the front porch style....front door - point and arch underneath...Curve in flower bed past front steps.
Bryant Street Traditional
you have any photos of the full front of the house?
It is just beautiful!! I would love to see what the full front looks like even though there is
head on photo of the exterior? It is hard to tell in the pictures what the front of the house looks like! Thanks very much if you are able to post!
very large pine tree immediately in front of this house (limbs visible on the left side of this photo) which make a front elevation photo very difficult. We'll
We'll look at what else we have on file that shows the front elevation more clearly.
extend living room under front porch...Brick path leading to front entry...Back porch tie in with mudroom
Frederick + Frederick Architects
what type of wood is good for porch floors? we live in Nashville and our porch will face the s/sw.
front porch. screen in with glass (that slides back to open up)
Warm wood furniture contrasts with this open white porch and plants.
This enclosed porch provides all the pleasures of eating outdoors without the
Another great benefit of a screened-in porch is that it provides a bug-free spot to enjoy a meal in the fresh air. It's
one is a no-brainer. One tip that's not so obvious: Screen underneath the porch as well, so the little buggers won't crawl up from underneath.There are several
different options for screens. The most common way to screen is shown on this porch: The screens are stapled on and then the edges are covered with wood (see
The porch is about 10' x 15'
Studio Momentum Architects, PC
Love the porch columns - what size wood is used?
off driveway is on south side not front. wide steps no rails on porch, double doors
Widened porch steps and open front if porch
concrete base with wooden top layer porch with
use of metal accents on porch...front porch...Front step column...front yard...background fence/windows/front steps...Porch railing...View of the front entry