32,902 long narrow houses Home Design Photos

Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
4 Reviews
Claremont Remodel
Are those metal beams running along the sides of this walkway? What are the railings purchased'? Very nice!! Oh, and is this about 12 feet long?
and access, right? We didn't separate out the costs, but things to consider when figuring costs would include the extra structural work both on the house and on the terrace, the I-beams, the cable-rail system, the metal deck supports, the wood, the hidden fasteners, and finishing of the wood. Construction
Thank you! The clients are so happy with their house!
connect carriage house to main house
walk way to house in the future?
Nice way to connect from second story of house to rooftop above garage.
true for the roof material. While asphalt shingle roofs are the most commonplace, a tile material is more appropriate for a Southwestern colonial house design, and metal might be the better choice for a roof in the Southeast.And don't overlook the depth of a roof overhang. A gable roof with a deep
“Nice bridge walkway” — Marco Chavez
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Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Are there any other pictures of this house? or pictures of diferent views of this room? Thank you
!!!!! Folding doors. Would work in our house
May be to long of an opening
Its has a big house and pretty and it has a pool that looks awesome
9. Open an entire side of your house. This may not be in your budget or even architecturally possible for your house, but if you can swing it, why not go for it? Glass doors that fold away, opening as much (or as little) of your
I'm pretty sure my dream-house fantasy is just a rip-off of this house. You might ocassionally find a deer or squirrel in your living room, but the spaciousness and the openness make it worth the trouble.
9. Open an entire side of your house. This may not be in your budget or even
“The lamp” — kenchang
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen transformation
how I love, love, love this house. Would you share the dimensions of the kitchen? Thank you!
How long is the bank of cabinets that house the sink and range? Thanks!
Kitchen is one of the prettiest, most inviting I've seen in a long time.
This is my most favourite house of any I've seen on the whole Houzz site. I'm going to have to find that issue of This Old House!
The paint in this house is from the Donald Kaufman Color collection (by
(by Pratt & Lambert). The cabinets are DKC-54, Alkyd Satin. This house is on the cover of This Old House Magazine - April 2013 and the resources in the back call the Donald Kaufman color 16-1 Snoflake by Pratt & Lambert (probably a close match).
Hello, We are thrilled you like it! This house is featured in the Norwich Historical Society's 3rd Annual House and Garden Tour on Saturday, July 21st, 2012 - why not come take a tour! Here is the link: http://norwichhistory.
“sink” — janois
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
Exterior - Angle
i like this style ---similar in your house in palisades
low dormer for 2 sides of our house
like the long dormer on side of house, would like to recreate
a long row of connected dormer windows would bring a lot of natural light into the loft of the a-frame
I like the idea of a wide dormer for the backside of the house to let in more light and add to the view of the back.
hanging down over foundation, east end of house?
“look” — Samantha Kesteloot
Mediterranean Exterior
Where is the house located and who was the architect
Do you have a floor plan for this house?
Nice arches for our house Complementary (two different) exterior materials. Step back.
I like that the three doors face away from the main house.
Bill and Carol's house
Narrow House Front...House color
“garage on the left side” — ceymiy
Harrison Design
7 Reviews
Harrison Design
great ideas for the right kind of plants around house compound
wow... this would be a nice back of the house if the other curb appeal photo were used
Some houses strip the enclosure around the flue when it gets above a certain point. This
Some houses strip the enclosure around the flue when it gets above a certain point. This creates a particular appearance but also helps open up large glazed areas.Find an architect near you
“Lake House” — craigdorroharchitect
Homeland Design, llc
11 Reviews
Craftsman Bungalow
How is the how is the beams attach to the house? I would think the ridge beam is placed on a pocket beam, but what about the side beams? Please help, because i would love to do this in my house. Thank you! :)
The side beams are framed into the walls, also pocket like the ridge beam. The roofing structure of this house is all trusses, except for the porch which is stick framed.
Awning over outside patio for the back of our house
Brick matching the house. Rounded patio.
The picture on how it captures the house with the lighting of the Sun.
“Firepit” — adg71
Eco Design Consultants
Howe Park Passive House
Passive House in Milton Keynes. Designed for Milton Keynes Parks Trust, and completed in summer 2012, Howe Park Passive House is the probably the most airtight building in the UK, achieving 0.07 air changes per hour. This 5 bedroom family home replaced a burnt out derelict house with a house which was
tariff and making the house have almost zero fuel bills! The design also incorporated the following features: PV panels to offset electricity demand for the lighting and ventilation system. Water butt collects rainwater and overflow drains to pond in wood. Materials used for the house where possible have
was truly environmentally sustainable and at the same time aesthetically pleasing. The house was built for Milton Keynes Parks Trust who have rented it to a lucky family. It has been constructed from and clad with sustainable timber, The exterior cladding is Kebony. It has high levels of insulation,
“h1” — parker3089
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