1,304 electric blue Contemporary Exterior Design Photos

Christopher Developments
5 Reviews
Anya Lane
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Another classic combination with wood, natural grey concrete, and glass. You can add a bright splash of color with a door in red, yellow, electric blue, or whatever.
“The wood and windows! Simple lines. We would want to downsize a bit but keep the overall feel.” — stephrrogers
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
20 Reviews
Rear elevation of Glencoe solar LEED Platinum home
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offers 'Evening Blue' as a standard color, and it is almost navy/much darker. I am needing to make a color decision and am having a hard time finding photos of actual houses....thought I would take a guess. Thanks again!
It was a custom color. The name of it is 'Evening Blue', but I don't think
There are two types of solar panels on this home - one for electric power (photovoltaic panels) and the other set for solar thermal panels to heat water. The panels that you see in the photo above are the solar thermal panels. If you look carefully in the distance, on the second sloped roof, you can
think that was a Benjamin Moore color match. Their 'Evening Blue' looks to bright for this. I don't recall how it was matched. I would have thought this would have been an upcharge, but from what we can find the contractor did not charge the client for this change.
“Energy efficient” — syde1995
Robert Sanders Homes
University Residence
Ideabooks1,589
Questions1
deep blue for shutters or brick or ground
4. Blue Door With White This shade of blue, a cross between navy and teal, would look great on a wide range of architectural styles. Here it enhances the sharp, clean lines
i like how they've incorporated blue in to other areas of the exrterior along with the roof
blue for the back of door
4. Blue Door With WhiteThis shade of blue, a cross between navy and teal, would look great on a wide range of architectural styles. Here it enhances the sharp, clean lines of this modern house. If you want your door to stand out from everyone else's without being too over the top, this is your hue.
“Very simple good” — 용환 최
Lucid Architecture
2 Reviews
Pigeon Creek Residence
Ideabooks5,190
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Hi, It's me again. How did you obtain this blue panel look? What material is that? Is there a system to work with those seams in the panels? Also, how did you achieve the satiny look with different shades of blue? Thank you.
Can you please tell us what these blue-ish panels are? They are great. Thank you!
A bay window in blue cement board stands out against the wood.
Interesting blue panels combined with wood
slate blue with warm wood tones, green landscape, and grays
Most of the Pigeon Creek Residence is covered in wood siding in a natural finish, but at this inside corner it meets corrugated siding. A bay window in blue cement board stands out against the wood.
“Popout and mIx of materials, and the window color” — Sanford Solutions, Inc
Jim Burton Architects
4 Reviews
Mercer Island Entry
Ideabooks3,379
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could we drill out a groove in the sidewalk, install electricity for the automatic timer, and then put pretty river stone over the channel to properly drain the gutter?
blue panels...Blue for wall
“rain gutter” — lploof
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
Ideabooks5,963
Questions6
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 electrical needs, and sends power to the grid in summer 6 year payback! - all native and drought-tolerant landscaping reduce irrigation needs - passive solar
we like the idea of our white stucco wall (in lieu of the flagstone here) and a simple wood gate. could we do the white wall with the "blue gate" style from the other pic? keep it simple and soften with plants.
“Stone stucco windows” — kdequine
Effect Home Builders Ltd.
1 Review
Belgravia Green Net Zero Energy Home
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Photovoltaic (PV) panels often appear on roofs in greater numbers. In some places any extra electricity created from the panels can be sold back to the grid for a profit.
Photovoltaic (PV) panels often appear on roofs in greater numbers. In some places any extra electricity created from the panels can be sold back to the grid for a profit.
“Window to go up” — anaibarra
Damian Farrell Design Group
2 Reviews
Contemporary Michigan Farmhouse
Ideabooks932
Questions1
very close to their "Polo Blue" http://www.benjaminmoore
Blue, whit around black
Perfect shade of blue
Dark blue...white on dark blue...Polo blue...BM Polo blue...Dark blue gray...Nice blue
“tower and siding” — nwamxmom
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