17,490 one story dream home Home Design Photos

Moore About... Design
3 Reviews
Exterior Front Entry
"Industrial Cottage" is the look that drove the choice of materials, colors and applications for this manufactured home rehab. Intentionally looking "added on," the front overhang continues the corrugated metal roof but uses exposed boots mixed with cable railing. The concrete water feature was formed
My wife and I are planning our retirement for the future. We would eventually like to buy a parcel of land and a modular home. How hard is it to get a modular home company to bring a house out to a specified location and plant the home there? What does moving the home cost?
water feature looks less dumb than the ones my girl has been showing me lately
“Deck and railing” — sober86
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Which model is this home? Where could I find a floor plan for this home?
an amazing amount of natural light during the day — floor-to-ceiling windows like these are one of the most loved features of classic Eichler homes.
Eichler feel home, floor to ceiling windows
backyard, the family room gets an amazing amount of natural light during the day — floor-to-ceiling windows like these are one of the most loved features of classic Eichler homes.
“similar roof line to our house...like the car decking.” — lisamlauer
WA design
8 Reviews
Saratoga Creek House
what about this one? modern, love the metal sloped roof!
Love the large weatherboard cladding and colour to the home
grass playing field. Multiple courtyards and outdoor spaces connect the home's pavilions with the landscape. One of the glass walkways connecting the kitchen pavilion and the dining pavilion is visible in this shot. Together, the home's five pavilions offer 7,000 square feet of living space.
Curved roof. This contemporary roof style behaves much like a shed roof. The benefit of curved roof is the gentle spaces it can create inside the home. Adding Interest: This curved roof breaks up what would be a massive roof spanning the entire house. Working with the plan, the roof cutouts also help define
“Glass connector between two separate areas of the house.” — jillcnobles
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
The 1,500 sq. ft. GO Home offers two story living with a combined kitchen/living/dining space on the main level and three bedrooms with full bath on the upper level. Amenities include covered entry porch, kitchen pantry, powder room, mud room and laundry closet. LEED Platinum certification; 1st Passive
Passive House–certified home in Maine, 12th certified in U.S.; USGBC Residential Project of the Year Award 2011; EcoHome Magazine Design Merit Award, 2011; TreeHugger, Best Passive House of the Year Award 2012 photo by Trent Bell
Tried to submit an inquiry on your website. Couldn't do it. Love the table. Want to talk about one for my kitchen in Baltimore
I want a home like this one!
Concrete floor - in one small area?
“Piso” — giovisllanos
Evens Architects
4 Reviews
Santa Monica Beach House
What don't I love? The porch, the 2nd story over looking the front lawn, the light exuding from all the windows...simply lovely
I like the one piece slanted roof
Reminds me of my grandparents home in south FA.
this is great......hope I can incorporate these ideas into our home
the home's facade, save for a fresh coat of paint.
Returning to the native soil of the Craftsman house, this Los Angeles–area house has been lovingly remodeled and updated. Notice the unique window mullions, which loosely resemble Prairie details. Prairie style had some influence over this one, as
“Bay window on side” — carolhungerford
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
City: Kirkland Residence
This home in the exclusive Mt. Vere Estates is among the most beautiful in Greenville. The extraordinary grounds and gardens complement the equally exceptional interiors of the home. Stunning yet comfortable, every aspect of the home invites and impresses. Classic, understated elegance at its best
best. Materials of Note: Custom Wood paneling; Bacharach Crystal Chandelier in Dining Room; Brick Flooring in Kitchen; Faux Treatments throughout Home Rachael Boling Photography
Design | Postcard from Paris Home
processing of designing and building a house and love this entryway. Our house will be two story, about 2400 square feet. I would like to know if you could recommend a good length and width for an entry like the one in the picture. I am also thinking of on putting an office on the right, right before the
“EVERYTHING” — doglover830
6 Reviews
Whole-house remodel, Chevy Chase, MD
SUNNY OUTLOOK. French doors lead to the former sunroom, now enlarged into a home office and family room. A high-efficiency HVAC and air purification system make working at home a pleasure. Photography by Morgan Howarth
Hello. There are a lot of places to get bookcases! This one was built into the clients space. What type of bookcase are you looking for?
I am not sure where the client bought these chairs from. There is a company called W.A. Mitchell that sells similar ones.
Office one side, art supplies next room.
have the bench running across for more than one study area
“Different idea for craft room.” — Chris Taylor
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
design has to look like it? Designed to emulate the owner’s favorite country club, this fine estate home blends in with the natural surroundings of it’s hillside perch, and is so intoxicatingly beautiful, one hardly notices its numerous energy saving and green features. Durable, natural and handsome materials
dinner parties alike. A glass “wall of wine” creates an elegant backdrop for the dining room table, the warm stained wood interior details make the home both comfortable and dramatic. The project’s energy saving features include: - a 5 kW roof mounted grid-tied PV solar array pays for most of the
what is the name of the natural stone veneer? What is the color of the natural stone veneer? If one were to emulate this look what is the manufacturer?
“posts are pretty. not too chunky” — elideg
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