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Period Architecture Ltd.
Renovation | Chestnut Hill, PA
Sunroom on stone addition with columns
this but not with round columns - square.
columns on the outside to tie in with existing structure
Sunroom for Lot 35.03 could be trimmed outside like this but not with round columns - square.
Column detail from front of. House
The slightly slanted metal roof.
roof line and columns
Stone and columns...windows and columns...sun room. column...tuscan columns
Wallace Landscape Associates
Formal iron gate entry with columns.
Lights on stone columns of glenleigh
Big fat columns yes!
Rock column with gate
Split metal fence...Column material...columns and gate
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
Restored Eating Club
What size columns were used in this remodel? Looks great!
We are looking to build something similar. The front porch is 35' across. Would it look ok to have 5 windows on the 2nd floor, 4 windows of the 1st and 6 columns on the porch (14") or
what color and brand are the shingles and metal roof please?!
up. (6) columns should be okay if there are 5 bays and the center bay being the front door. Best of luck with your project.
We are looking to build something similar. If our porch was 35' in length, would it be ok to have 5 windows on 2nd floor, 4 windows on 1st floor, along with 6 columns?
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
Wide and deep portico, and rounded above door--looks spacious. Don't like rounded columns. Love box bay to the side. LOVE the look of this house!
One column only entrance
WOW!! Look at the columns!!
Like these columns....double columns...Love the columns...metal roof
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
What are the dimensions of the columns and railing system used at the front of the house?
Sorry, I completely missed these questions. There are no names. They were custom made. For the column bases, I used Turncraft PolyCraftsman products. Everything else is totally custom.
'Stone 2112-40' and the exterior trim color is Benjamin Moore 'White Dove'. The top and bottom levels are all stained the same color. The foyer bench column to the right of the front porch is clad in gray stone (barely visible in this photo), so that portion appears darker than the rest of the shingles
confused with the manufactured products of this name. The color was referred to as 'Chocolate.' You can't see it in this photo but we also clad the column to the right of the front door in this stone to break up the shingle siding. Hope this helps! Leigha
Malone Construction Company
accompanying lamp. Coffee tables should be located 14 to 18 inches from a sofa to provide sufficient legroom. Maybe glam it up with metallic small tables.
Consider columns... Looks great with dental molding shown (same as I have in living room).
love the columns and floor to ceiling bookcase and the printed fabrics.
It looks cozy and formal. Love the velvet tufted sofa. Like the zebra rug. Like architectural columns. Like the mix of chairs.
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
I would like a metal roof and solar panels on my home being built in Arizona
Solar panels in between metal roof seams
integrated with a standing-seam metal roof.” “integrated with a standing-seam metal roof.” “thin film laminate photovoltaic strips integrated with a standing-seam metal roof.” “Thin solar power stripes on metal roof” “Love the idea of integrating PV collectors with the metal roof lines.” “Or you may see
integrated with a standing-seam metal roof.
Solar panels between ribs if we did that kind of metal roof
Or you may see thin film laminate photovoltaic strips integrated with a standing-seam metal roof.
David Watson Architects
What color did you use for the metal roofing over the porch?
What size are the columns, 10 inch?
The roofing material on the porch is a metal standing-seam roof. I'm not 100% sure exactly which manufacturer they used, but, the following is a link to one specific company, ...
Metal on Porch roofs then shingles
love the porch, house is too large , love the style, metal roof