104,803 gable roof Home Design Photos

Wm. F. Holland/Architect
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Wm. F. Holland/Architect/projects
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Cross Gabled Roof. There are many types of gabled roofs (roofs that essentially look like triangles from the
gable roof...Roof and paint...-gable ideas...Big cross gable roof...Cross Gabled Roof...Cross gable...roof and flat lines...Roof types: cross gabled...simple gables
“It's lovely” — memsy75
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Dennis Wedlick images
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compact size, simple gabled roof without roof openings, all-glass gable end.
A simple gable roof is strong and sturdy, and sheds snow easily. 2. Avoid openings in the roof. Know that each hole you cut into your roof, whether for
damage. A simple gable roof is strong and sturdy, and sheds snow easily.2. Avoid openings in the roof. Know that each hole you cut into your roof, whether for
The Roof1. A simple gable is best. Complicated roof designs invite problems — pine needles, snow and ice
architecture. Stone walls and a laminated wood structure support a simple gable roof. The large, south facing glass wall illuminates and warms the interior
architecture. Stone walls and a laminated wood structure support a simple gable roof. The large, south-facing glass wall illuminates and warms the interior
“337” — estella34
Soorikian Architecture
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Druid Hills Renovation of historic home - New Children's space in Attic
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cross-gabled roof, also with a steep pitch.
because it has a gabled roof. Also because it has brickwork on the lower story.
This is a Half-Timber house because it has a steep gabled roof with shingles
Pitched Roof All Tudor houses have steeply pitched roofs, usually with side gables, meaning the gables "open" on the sides of the house. The steep roofs are
is topped with a cross-gabled roof, also with a steep pitch.How to make it your own: Look for houses with similarly pitched roofs, with or without the other
other Tudor details. A pitched roof means there's more space underneath for storage or extra bedrooms. Adding dormers is a great way not only to boost
What is the roofing? Is that slate?
“Wood trim and brick” — kellbellem
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Anna Berglin Design
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Curb appeal
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Am looking to bump up roof on 2nd floor Cape Cod to make bath and 2 bedrooms, small house...finished
What type and color are the shingles on roof? Thanks
Roof over front door replicates dormer roofs
front piece curved underneath pointy roof exactly this with small round poles
side gabled roof is one variation. Others may have a hipped roof, a gambrel roof or a centered front-facing gable combined with either a hip or gable roof
and other modern versions. The modern-day Cape usually has dormers in the roof, and the shutters are often purely decorative. It can be sided in shingles
“white dove house and trim” — yogagirlsf
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
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Claremont Remodel
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The lower gable roof with substantial overhangs.
You could have the gable stick out further than the concrete.
might be the better choice for a roof in the Southeast.And don't overlook the depth of a roof overhang. A gable roof with a deep overhang has a relaxed
Roof Shapes, Overhangs and MaterialsGables, hips, low slope and shed are a few of the many roof shapes. Each fits a certain range of styles and aesthetics
aesthetics. For example, whereas a gable is an appropriate roof shape for a traditional home, a low-slope roof is typically seen in a modern design. The same
While the simple, shallow gable roof juts forward to invite us in, this simple and elegant bridge helps us
bridge to upstairs w/ a nice gable roof...Walkway from office to roof deck
“Second level connector” — dmwerthe
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
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150 W
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nKArchitects, has an interesting mix of traditional and modern going on. A gable roof that runs parallel to the street is notched out on the upper floor, revealing
nKArchitects, has an interesting mix of traditional and modern going on. A gable roof that runs parallel to the street is notched out on the upper floor, revealing
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 dri
“interesting exterior” — Riverside Builders
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
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Stone Georgian Home
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georgian- has a gable roof, pilasters, has a wing
Georgian: Gable style roof, dormers, symetry
variations exist. This one has a side-gabled roof, while others have a gambrel roof, hipped roof or centered gable (front-facing); and then there are townhouse
(grand scale, symmetry and ornate entry) is found, as are dormers on the gable roof. Note how the entry detail is articulated as a semicircular pediment resting
Visual balance is further achieved in this example with a chimney at each gable end and three centered and hipped dormers.The style first became popular
“love the stone” — pbbelcher
ZeroEnergy Design
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Passive House Retreat
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and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home
The home's simple gable-roof structure, emphasized by playful red fiber cement siding on the ends,
Love the barn red gabled ends on this house..fun
The home's simple gable-roof structure, emphasized by playful red fiber cement siding on the ends, pays homage to the local rural architecture.
The home’s simple gable-roof structure, with playful red fibre cement cladding on the ends, pays homage
This last example takes the outside-inside relationship a step further. The gable end of this pared-down traditional form is highlighted by the rusty orange
“Barn” — carndog
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