63,153 green living roofs Home Design Photos

Greenbelt Construction
3 Reviews
Rosedale . New Construction
Would live to know the main color of the house. Thanks.
Color with black roof and cream accent
sage green exterior...green siding...roof bracket...roof overhang...green house
“The overhangs” — edwardlugo8
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Renovation and Addition in Wesley Heights
love green accent color and love this look overall
Exterior living, patio, arbor
cool roof color...and open roof...green window
“Jardin” — josaa
Elise Moore Design
10 Reviews
Drummond House
House color scheme would match current roof
have a roof for our balcony
with the green and cream, rock
tealy green white and red
Roof options...porch c green
“color & style” — daniellemaruca
Symmetry Architects
4 Reviews
LEXINGTON | outdoor living
If you live where bougainvilleas grows, consider planting on each side and training them to meet in the center, if not, consider climbing roses that bloom throughout the summer or wisteria.... :)
Outdoor living space fireplace ceiling and arches
Green cushions...Green pillows...outdoor living...green pillows...roof extension
“beautiful arches and ceiling” — syl2013
California Cabinets
Country Club At The Fort
and I live in NYC, is there a way I can get a quote for this drop ceiling?
and tile roofing are some of the true details that stem from rich Italian tradition. Plaster, stucco, dry wall compound and faux wall techniques. Walls should appear weathered, old and well lived in. Deep oranges, golden yellows, and umber browns. Rust colored red/brown combination along with deep olive
olive green is a way to bring the Tuscan feel into your home.
Green island cabinet . Warm brown wall cabinet
dusty green hills, brick-red earth, blue skies, golden sunlight. Choose shades of terra-cotta, tawny yellow, soft gray-green and faded blue. Colors should look as though they've faded gracefully in the hot sun; paint gains a pleasing patina and depth from a little chipping or cracking. Bella Tuscany:
“flower vases samples” — chgilbo28
Barley & Pfeiffer Architects
7 Reviews
Cliffside Inspiration
performance, green building, fun design, 5 star appliance, find a pro, family home, elegance, efficient, custom-made, comprehensive sustainable architects, barley & Pfeiffer architects, natural lighting, AustinTX, Barley & Pfeiffer Architects, professional services, green design, Screened-In porch, Austin luxury
performance, green building, fun design, 5 star appliance, find a pro, family home, elegance, efficient, custom-made, comprehensive sustainable architects, natural lighting, Austin TX, Barley & Pfeiffer Architects, professional services, green design, curb appeal, LEED, AIA,
on the roof (nice colours) and the colour of the wall
“You have a great view in the background and it looks beautiful.” — tdepas
Cablik Enterprises
2 Reviews
Overbrook Residence Exterior
against the green background. The fact that the house is floating in a sense also it interesting, a good way to build on the side of hill. May have the side be able to open up somehow, like retractable windows.
outdoor living space on the right but looks like a bigger house
frames the green trees all around.
“exterior and panels” — luckydawgz1
First Lamp
4 Reviews
Lever Homes
Built-Green project is a three story, two-unit townhome sited on a vacant lot near the corner of 26th Ave S. and S. Judkins Street in Seattle. Due to the slender proportion of the lot, the units are arranged in a front-to-back configuration relative to the street. The street-facing, 1bedroom unit is
How do you do that? Can you use regular standing metal seam roofing or is it specially fabricated? Thanks!
like this angled roof design (if we had to do one)
Think about the roof "folding over" the north side of the house...
2008 metal for roof and side
Here the roofing turns down and becomes the wall. A nice modern technique for cladding the parts of the house and making them look more like one "mass" or "volume" than separate components of roof and wall.
“form” — Petra Wilm
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