Houzz is the new way to design your home.
copper covered shed dormers
Maine property with shed dormers
flat pitch shed dormer, entry door
garage with shed dormer
Garage with marine lighting and vintage storage
Stone and unpainted wood are equally authentic choices for fencing, and this fence artfully combines both. You can even use hedges to create a boundary. Keep the materials simple; for example, a stone wall should be short and look dry set, not like a massive construction piece.
Your home will look like a cottage even with the minimal amount of landscaping. This house would say cottage even in the middle of a city. Even so, you can see the basic cottage elements, from irregularly placed paving materials to climbing plants and a wooden bench.
roof with huge shed dormers on each side - almost unnoticeable due to the difference in siding.
It was simply a dull house that architect Mark English gave barnlike appeal. Elements like stones, board and battan siding and rough-hewn timbers transformed the home's facade.
Hang on to original details. This old Tudor home in Essex Fells, New Jersey, is used as a summer residence by a New York couple. "The architectural details, including this front door, are quite beautiful and include many Arts and Crafts moldings and light fixtures that are original to the house," says Ruth Richards of Ruth Richards Interiors.
bahama shutters, balcony
brick and slate
infinity pool right next to a lake, and with a fireplace too! Love the covered patio area also.
you know sometimes how you hate that house with the chimney right in the front? Well it sure looks nice in stone matching the rest of the house.
slate roofs can last 150 years!
a place to hang stuff on the outside
wood fixtures for awnings