1,248 steps Craftsman Home Design Photos

Ventana Construction LLC
13 Reviews
Greenlake Custom Home
corner shower, prefer to have no step in
“Pony wall” — dfventura
Lucy Call
where can you get the big round concrete stepping stones
Circular stepping stones instead of square
circular stepping...Fire pit and stepping stones...circular concrete stepping stones...Large stepping stones...Circle steps lawn...concrete circle for stepping stones....Round cement stepping stones.
“circular stepping” — Melanie Sereni-Basso
Moore Architects, PC
Arlington Bungalow
Front steps...step & base...Gray porch steps...Wide front steps...Wide steps and large dormer
“Wide steps and large dormer” — Bradford Bosch
McCullough Architects
Tosti Residence
trellis covered patio, which functions as an outdoor room. Lowering and stepping the main floor allows the home to gently settle into the site. The interior
“Trellis” — biga77
Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Hill Farm
kitchen behind the reading nook, fl anked by the craftsman style columns, steps down allowing views down the slope. A deck and screen porch are extensions
“Guest house” — rickyroojuryduty22
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
Step down hill toward Best Road
Informal steps, possibly to lower lawn area
Steps cabin...Stone Slabs for steps...Like this step action...Steps for skyline house....Steps down
“same” — tomohamasaki
Specialized Stair and Rail Ltd.
4 Reviews
Cherry and Jatoba Stair
with a 5" step on the bottom and a 10" step at the top and 7 1/2" give or take a half inch in between and you get in a rythym walking steps and any being
take a risk, take on a challenge, where a lot of these guys just do the steps to get paid well for their square footage (in new homes) and usually they
correctly... Just a word of advice from all the times I've had to go fix steps behind trim guys who claimed to be "stair builders" Not knocking trim
“stairs” — joysterling
Brooks Ballard
5 Reviews
A new craftsman bungalow with historic charm.
Do the railing posts on the steps end on the last step or on the groun
the step.
“Vertical siding” — jimmyjimdc
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