2,127 timber ranch Craftsman Home Design Photos

Tongue & Groove
10 Reviews
Ranch Re-invigorated
what color is brick of Ranch Re-invigorated?
Please provide me with the color number and brand of the paint used on the brick in the Ranch Re-Invigorated photo. My address is massiejanet@yahoo.com. Thank you.
Looks like a ranch re-do to me (hence the title of this page). We've remodeled our ranch with Craftsman elements and it looks very similar to this. Check out the pictures of the back of the house below, as well as the interior shots. It's a redesigned ranch. Ranch homes lend themselves very well to
maybe it was a ranch and they re-did the roof to create the look of craftsman design and that gained them a porch too.
front porch. Amazing wood beam. Ranch gone craftsman bungalow!
interesting height added to ranch and incorporating the beam...
“Our little rancher” — Fiona McNaughton
Design Works Architecture
4 Reviews
timbered porches
Timbered porches shelter entries, an outdoor kitchen and sitting areas for this timber framed house. Photos by Don Cochran Photography
Blue. In this light, I'm not so sure though. Maybe it is a darker value. Either way, it's a beautiful color and contrasts nicely with the color of timbers.
the gabled porch with large timber
I like a porch - this timber one is inviting
“Love the colors and architecture” — sagowdy
Tongue & Groove
10 Reviews
Up Front
I have a ranch house almost identical to this minus the front porch. What's a estimated cost for adding a porch like this?
We're doing this plus adding an arctic entry (coat closet, boot/shoe storage, nice cabinetry and heated slate floor) to the front of our similar ranch. Going rate in Alaska is $55,000 for porch + entry. Just the porch would have been 20-25K, I'm guessing.
a different style using the ranch as a base
painted members with unpainted heavy timbers
“Opens up entry” — ggrantman
Anna Looper
Craftsman home exterior
own a ranch home that needs a facelift on the front of the house.
This home looks fabulous and I am curious as to how much work was completed. Thank you. Ranch owner in Maine.
I own a ranch with a
This isn't a ranch remodel--it was designed from the ground up by the homeowner. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/7118/thumbs/flowergardengirl-s-craftsman-home. Fabulous garden and entry.
“love the stone and wood” — Marci Smith
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
Art Gallery Addition
this custom timber door canopy for 75$. I would work with a local person for your structural questions. Due to its popularity and requests for information, The Classical Arts Studio, llc, on behalf of Eric Stengel Architecture,llc, is pleased to offer drawings and instructions for the ‘Timber Door Canopy
Hello, Thanks for your question. This timber door canopy is mounted to the wall using stainless steel lag bolts and washers. Lag bolts are long enough to embed 4” into the structure. The bolts and washers are
Also, you might be interested in the canopy over the door. Drawings are available for the custom, timber door canopy pictured above. The price is 75$. Along with the drawings, you will need to work with a person in your area for any additional fabrication
“Simple” — jenty1
Erin Johnson Interiors, LLC
3 Reviews
Castle Rock Craftsman Home
Very nice for a low ranch.
Exterior with timber
ranch exterior
“Exterior appearance” — kmd30506
Sellentin True Design Build
4 Reviews
Mukilteo Style
are the posts cedar? May I ask what color stain they are? Sorry about all the question- just love the colors you picked! Here is our ranch renovation we just painted the brick and are having trouble deciding if we should stain the shake similar to the brick color or keep more natural with
timbers for port au coche
timber frame
“Post arrangement - different material” — Andy Sears
Susan Friedman Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Craftsman style gatehouse
Here we have modern timber framing details brought together with craftsman column bases and stone. I'd almost put this closer to the mountain lodge style than craftsman.
Stoop idea, column to be stacked stone lie these half way up, then timber from there up.
too busy, too high pillar foundations, but good use of timber, iron, and a bit asian
“Tile” — Jennifer Kirkorian
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