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Custom Waterfront Home Barrie
their new line - CSP-40 Museum.
Like the lines on this hood
BM new line CSP-40 Museum
Seattle General Contractor
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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
clean lines, wish I had this view.
clean lines and minimalistic approach to plantings pair nicely with the often sparse vegetation to be found at the shore. Here the colors of the house and concrete blend with the dunes beyond just as the purposely planted trees match the colors of the native specimens.
Dick Clark + Associates
modern exterior architecture
roof line...clean lines
The roof line with the extended peak and star.
sunroom roof line??...Roof lines
32. Small 1950s Eichler Expansion
follow roof line. Door color adds interest.
clean lines to work with. If you keep the siding, trim and accent colors on your exterior light and neutral, you can put any color you desire on the front door. A deep saturated red works great here. This is a smart exterior color palette for a home in a hot climate, because light house colors don't
Randall Mars Architects
vertical lines contrasting. windows right up to the corners. not sure I like the concrete block or white colors though.
Different roof lines
Roof line similar
Fine Focus Photography
Roof line...to roof lines
the eave line is called an entablature. This is divided in equal parts, from below to above, into the architrave, the frieze and the cornice. Details of the entablature vary from one order to the other, as well as from one architect to another, one carpenter to another and so on. Doric, Ionic, Corinthian
the eave line is called an entablature. This is divided in equal parts, from below to above, into the architrave, the frieze and the cornice. Details of the entablature vary from one order to the other, as well as from one architect to another, one carpenter to another and so on.Doric, Ionic, Corinthian