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Attractive use of colour and finishes.
Use of trellis.
Keep in mind for glass surrounding entrance door.
Another front door with surrounding glass feature.
Garage doors make a huge difference.
Love this upgrade.
Like the triple wide doors and the dark doors on lighter exterior finishes.
Yup! These doors too.
As a rule, I'm not crazy about iron railings but I like this with the brick work and paned glass.
Well dressed front entrace to enhance a plane one.
There's something about this house. Maybe the clean lines. Note the V shaped installation of the upper window.
Note the use of coloured window casings.
Nice feel to this.
I like these railings.
Is this a rain water catcher?
Note the use of arbours.
Is this kind of parging a DIY if it were only, say, 3 feet high under some eaves?
Might this entrance work as an upgrade on a 60s bungalow?
New idea: The companys near 100 Mile would have these logs.
Note window casings on upper floor.
What's the finish on this house?
I think rock application is not a difficult upgrade if done in smaller selected areas.
Entrance helped and casing add class.
Here it is! The 70s bungalow that is actually cool!
I like the glass and casings.
A closer look.
I'm a Capee!
Often flat roof garages have decks on top which are not attractive but this heavier ballistrade tied into some achitectural underpinnings might help out.
The3re's the ballistrades.
Another flat roof space with deck on top.
Integration of outside finishes.
Classy outside ceiling
Our colour scheme.
Glass surround front door.
An inspirational roof job and addition.
An upgrade to a 70s bungalow.
Another noteworthy entrance.
I like the use of horizontal and vertical siding and the use of a different colour tone to deliniate features.
Use of old brick.