17,746 home and garden exterior pictures Home Design Photos

Carney Logan Burke Architects
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Indian Springs Ranch Residence
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and site walls anchor the composition of forms to the flat site. The exterior is clad primarily in cedar siding; two types were used to create pattern, texture and depth in the elevations. 
 While the building forms and exterior materials conform to the design guidelines and fit within the context
project must fit seamlessly into a neighborhood with distinctly conservative design guidelines while satisfying the owners desire to create a unique home with roots in the modern idiom.

 Within these constraints, the architect created an assemblage of building volumes to break down the scale of the
Wood interior Douglas Fir and metal clad exterior in Cranberry color.
I like how the front entrance with garden looks.
“Wood trim” — kunderwoodcordonier
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
Echo Beach
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With a clear connection between the home and the Pacific Ocean beyond, this modern dwelling provides a west coast retreat for a young family. Forethought was given to future green advancements such as being completely solar ready and having plans in place to install a living green roof. Generous use
and ease of maintenance. Personality is expressed with the punches of colour seen in the Italian made and designed kitchen and furnishings within the home. Thoughtful consideration was given to areas committed to the clients’ hobbies and lifestyle. Photography by www.robcampbellphotography.com
I don't believe we sealed the exterior concrete on this project, but you can source a clear, flat sealer through www.brockwhite.com which we used on the interior concrete in this same project
“Strings of lights” — dsgneric
Lord Design
10 Reviews
Kid's Playhouse Remodel
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that can be used now by the school age grand kids and that could transition to being a cool hang out for teens as well as adults. Remodel by BC Custom Homes Steve Eltinge, Eltinge Photograhy
Home office idea - looks like a mini house
Garden shed with landscaping
Garden around playhouse!
the garden...Love garden layout
“Good idea for "up-aging" a playhouse. I like the landscaping and deck around the playhouse as well.” — portlove
Ehrlich Architects
1 Review
Boxenbaum Residence
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the green grass and blue sky, and alternatively the leaves above and reflecting pool below.More:Metal Works Wonders With Home ExteriorsWood Home Exteriors Branch OutGlass Home Exteriors Reflect Modern Taste
garden art...sculpture garden...Garden idea...reading garden/spa
“A nice idea for those hot days. Very little maintnence” — rjbonewell
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
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Use the front yard for gardening.
7 ways to make a garden
Modern home. Brick and white windows.
outdoors into residential housing. Thus, Mid-century homes had large windows and sliding doors, open-plan living and interconnected living spaces, along with sheltered courtyards and spacious gardens. WHY WE LOVE IT: Form followed function in Mid-century homes – no superfluous ornament or decorative flourishes
2. Use the front yard. Though the front garden is rarely a neglected space, its function is constantly called in to question. Curb appeal looms large in front yards, but that’s not all they offer. Consider bringing some gardening and outdoor living front and center. Instead of building
desired Mid-century or Postwar Modern home? Well, in the 1950s and 1960s Australian architects were once again inspired by postwar California, where – like in Australia – families enjoyed more prosperity, had more children and moved to the suburbs to live in their own homes. In both California and Australia
“too square stairs” — mfhollon
Boor Bridges Architecture
Ca
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beret, benjamin moore exterior paint & recessed hot tub
contrast of modern house and lush garden, modern railing
love everything about this home - interior and exterior
general look of the home and materials
Recessed hot tub, four tiered gardens,
AFTER: Without reshaping the home’s footprint, Bridges restructured the home’s layout and design. The only remains of the old home are the guest bedroom and bath. She also upgraded the outdoor areas by recessing the hot tub, improving the yard’s pathways and adding new decking.One key component in the
“Hot Tub Idea” — elizabethwall
Peninsula Architects
Bridge House
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This could possibly be exterior color substitute. Stained railing.
wow. great exterior. love all the different textures and
This home has a surreal depth to it.
Exterior stone walls
Outdoor garden water falls
Mountain home qualities, color palate
Blend nature and home
Exterior colors...gray exterior
“Beautiful!!” — kaystanfield
Robert Young Architects
Entry
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needs to be taken under consideration. Do one thing at a time, reevaluate everything constantly, how one thing effects another, etc. again, using your home as a painting, with movement of the eye after each change.
you have one only it cannot be seen. Paint the door a fun bright color, or black. Improve the depth and width of the steps up porch, which in this picture should be as large or larger than the entrance to the mud room. as one enters this porch, shoes, etc. should be behind the door, with jackets etc
Granite is the most common stone for this type of exterior use in New England and the North East.
When entering the compound, a single path diverges to create two parallel paths: A direct route leads you straight to the front door of the home — or you can choose the secondary path that meanders along the lake and ends at this mudroom entrance. Once inside the house, the two paths converge once again
“like the shingles” — trumanbrooks
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