168 porch build Craftsman Home Design Photos

Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
9 Reviews
Gracious front porch
I have a question regarding the construction of front porch railing
we left them in place when we updated the porch and the front of the house. The windows are 40" wide x 64" tall. The vertical proportion of the 8 lites in the upper sash over the one lite in the lower sash is something we used to inform the design of the porch rail and grill detail in the gable. Feel
could I add a front porch with same lines?
like the porch added on to an ordinary small house
The open detailing below the porch roof adds a lighter look & a uniqueness to the facade.
extend to cover porches and other rooms or comprise a second level. This designer of this Washington, D.C.–area remodel grabbed the Craftsman theme and transformed a basic cottage into a delightful abode full of character. Notice that the gable front becomes a screen to the ceiling of the porch, where a fan
“Cute - color and porch” — 02darcy
5 Reviews
Craftsman Second Story Addition
The footprint is 1,000sf. This is the footprint of the original house, except for the front porch, which we added. The upper floor addition adds an additional 800sf. There is also a full semi-finished basement and a large back deck. It sits on
Are you referring to the front porch railing? That was site built out of cedar. -Jim
i like this i want to build it in my country
build up bottom of posts to add more bulk
Like: 2 story, porch, eaves Don't like:
south porch: trim door with window, bellybands look good on side, column base if no stone
“not the barn arch” — amypenleyclark
Tim Andersen Architect
8 Reviews
Street view with restored porch
Could you please advise the color of the door Its a beautiful home and am building a cottage and this looks i
Carefully restored, this historical home features knee wall railings on the lower porch and flat-sawn balusters with arrow cutouts on the upper porch.
not sure if we can get away with craftsman style in that neighborhood, but I am a sucker for it. Front porch/balcony=awesome
Carefully restored, this historical home features knee wall railings on the lower porch and flat-sawn balusters with arrow cutouts on the upper porch.
popular configuration. Frequently, substantial dormers hold a second level. This results in a more intimately scaled two-story design. Second-level porches are rarer, however, and can complement the design and detail, as does the railing on this original Seattle example.
“Paint” — beavermateo
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Banta Builders LLC
Historic Home Renovation
We are building in Decatur. Can you provide the supplier and name of t
porch, pillars brick and sod and plants
porch - brick steps and beam
The front porch and the upstairs w
outlining the top ledge of the porch with stain or paint on the bottom
Like: windows, porch, upstairs bedroom? Don't like: no railing
“Color” — sdeeds
Pacific Management LLC
4 Reviews
Craftsman Rebuild
can you please tell me where the porch ceiling lights are from? thanks!
idea for a redo-smaller house - add stairs, porch
Windows, porch, color, garage
The exposed rafters on porch
Pendant lights porch
porch railings...Porch lighting...Front porch...Amazing front porch...Dormer over porch...porch railing...craftsman porch...white porch railing
“porch railing” — lbutcher
William Johnson Architect
13 Reviews
LEED Platinum Certified Residence
Love that it's environmentally friendly. What are the costs compared to a conventional build and what unique characteristics are part of the house?
like the layers, windows, small colors, porch and style. Like the concrete? stairs and railing and small porch
small and compact in form. Small houses consume less energy and require fewer resources to build. Fewer irregularities in the form mean fewer opportunities for thermal bridges, which are points in the building’s envelope or skin that make it easy for heat to escape in winter and enter in summer. To keep
pursue certification is hypocritical if the message is supposed to be about conservation. The flip side to that argument is that someone who wants to build a big house will probably do so anyway. If that big house is LEED certified, many aspects of it will help reduce its impact. While some view this as
“exterior colors” — soozhuf
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Palo Alto Craftsman
Are the porch and sidewalk stamped concrete?
stone walkway leads to the same stone as porch deck
This is our exact stone from porch.
asymmetric porch with depth
Porch and sidewalk...Porch roof angle...covered porch
“color of house” — tlwh
Matt Dirksen - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
11 Reviews
Bungalow Project
build out and back from master....
side porch roof for basement entrance to house
covered porch for tiki room
Back porch stoop & patio
“back door off garage lighting” — kyte
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