Love the trim detail of the facia on the eaves, door detail and the columns.
The columns, the garage door and the white fence.
Hand railing from upper deck to lower.
How beautiful is this?
Arches supporting the pergola that shades the great room window.
Love these rooflines. Don't know what it is called.
Do love shingled exteriors.
Love this small balcony. Finishing detail on the window and railing. The facia on the eves is very wide. Muy importante.
Very pretty covered porch. Love the double columns.
Love the windows!
Craftsman characteristics, such as a knee wall railing, exposed rafters, square tapered columns and, of course, knee braces
Landscaping/entry/walkway/trellis of this exterior.
I do love the stone archways and stone walls around the courtyard.
The peaked roof line, on top of the more rectangular box. Color scheme too. Detailing on the trim pieces.
Choose 3 or more different shades: Essentially, an exterior scheme has three major parts: field color, which dominates; accent color, which brings doors, shutters and other smaller areas to life; and trim color, used for window and door casings, roof edging, railings and other trimwork.
Shapes. Elevations. Differing rooflines. All those windows.
Love this Maine cottage look.
Love the Connetict shingle style house.
Symmetry of the facade, rooflines, columns, paint color.
Now THIS is beautiful. Stone exterior and a million windows, doors.
I love stone exteriors.
This is so cool. I want this to be my vacation house.
Everything old is new again. Red. Barn shape, wood and concrete.
Shingles. Leaded glass. Doors. Windows w window seat
Juxtaposition of wood and brick. Paint color. Doors and windows. Rooftop deck.
Jewel box...windowed addition.
Brick facade, peaked rooflines.
Garage doors, copper accents, siding