67 tie cubby Craftsman Exterior Design Photos

Peek Design Group
8 Reviews
Maple Avenue Home
Ideabooks461
Questions0
evaluate the design elements you want in your fence, making sure your choices will enhance your home’s architecture. 4. Are there tie-ins from the house you can add to the fence? Tie-ins are easy ways to integrate your fence into your home’s architecture. “If you have a stone foundation that’s exposed,” Nilsen
Fence tie in with house and mesh or iron in between
Getting Into Design The next step is to evaluate the design elements you want in your fence, making sure your choices will enhance your home’s architecture. 4. Are there tie-ins from the house
house you can add to the fence? Tie-ins are easy ways to integrate your fence into your home’s architecture. “If you have a stone foundation that’s exposed,” Nilsen says, “you can have stone columns with your fence.” The repetition of elements reinforces the fence’s association with the home’s architecture
“Fence” — davidhollingworth
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Seattle, WA: Lisa Hebner
Ideabooks5,040
Questions4
Elevation and simple roof line. Maybe tower could tie in to this?
brick pillars - may tie in nicely with pavers? Stucco above?
“Grey stucco” — asandry
2Scale Architects
7 Reviews
Allston Residence
Ideabooks21,151
Questions22
The client had it custom made. The posts are old railroad ties.
The client had it made. It uses old railway ties. They hired a regular iron fence guy to handle it. Thank you for asking. Good luck.
“Front porch height/depth” — hjergs
GardenWise
6 Reviews
Palisades Neighborhood NW Washington, DC
Ideabooks2,436
Questions2
good color schematic and has stone and wood tied in and not trimmed out in white. this has much more green in it than i would want but imagine a light grey blue and dark grey blue swapped out
“2-color” — elizabethpierce
Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Hill Farm
Ideabooks1,736
Questions5
roof tie in idea
“weathered wood” — carabe
Norman Building & Design
1 Review
Highland's home in Bend, OR
Ideabooks1,619
Questions4
stone only like has the darker brown to tie in with a front door
“front door” — 16103
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Topar
Ideabooks10,525
Questions7
features hip roofs, casement windows tight to the underside of the roof overhang and trim to emphasize the horizontal. The angled, battered walls tie this home to the landscape in true Prairie fashion.
“exterier finish material” — ducklings4
mckean construction
Project 2
Ideabooks587
Questions2
Cool way to tie in two boring roofs
“Pergola” — clparrish
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