109,647 house Contemporary Home Design Photos

Gables
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around a little bit and the building's name starts to become apparent. The house is perched on a hillside, from which it cantilevers more than half of its
around a little bit and the building's name starts to become apparent. The house is perched on a hillside, from which it cantilevers more than half of its
“Cladding” — janehunt77
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
4 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
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Framed by cacti - a great view to the house! I love that the one on the left goes off the page.
House color
“Cactus” — brabhamb
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
The Cabana: Scott Sanders LLC
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I want this room as a sun room on my house! It makes me smile.
eye-popping designs from the event:Two Apartments Enthrall at 2012 Kips Bay Show House
“Yellow blue palette” — bigbrowndc
G Little Construction
6 Reviews
Lake Union Floating Home 2
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blacksmith Jim Garrett hand forged the bronze handrails inside and outside the house.
house boat
“Grass” — Allyx Alexander
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
9 Reviews
Los Altos California
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California means that it is common for outdoor spaces to be well-integrated into houses. This patio has expansive mountain views, but it also has a sense of enclosure
California means that it is common for outdoor spaces to be well-integrated into houses. This patio has expansive mountain views, but it also has a sense of enclosure
“Wall” — nana7218
Butler Armsden Architects
3 Reviews
A Wurster Revival
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but the second and third floor staircases ran up against the back of the house. After gutting the first floor, Butler and Jones moved the staircase so it
house style
“Cool closed stairwell” — mar1ana
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
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The tiled mudroom is where the family typically enters the house. Log stumps from West Elm mimic the trees through the window; the kids pull
The tiled mudroom is where the family typically enters the house. Log stumps from West Elm mimic the trees through the window; the kids pull their shoes
“Tree stump stools” — Heather Loewen_Van_Der_Kleij
Valerie McCaskill Dickman
Grey & Roach
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proud when we invite new people over and they comment positively about the house. BG: It always surprises people who've seen our previous homes, which were
best house
“Chairs” — karenmoncrieff
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