314 copper ceiling Eclectic Exterior Design Photos

Travis Price Architects Inc.
6 Reviews
Price Residence
Ideabooks177
Questions0
An architect with an obvious preference for copper and its patina is Travis Price, who practices in Washington, D.C. The houses he has designed in the area blend into their wooded surroundings, particularly his own, which even notches around a tree.
An architect with an obvious preference for copper and its patina is Travis Price, who practices in Washington, D.C. The houses he has designed in the area blend into their wooded surroundings, particularly his own, which even notches around a tree.
“Metal” — dobnetmac
josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
Josh Wynne Construction
Ideabooks2,961
Questions1
What is the name of the stain color on the cypress ceiling
cypress ceiling and stain color sherw w ispwich pine
Ceiling fan on front porch-great to cool porch from afternoon sun
like the idea of a ceiling fan on a large porch
Green Paint look with wood ceiling
Porch railings/cedar ceiling
loving the porch ceiling
Wood ceiling and ceiling fan
Fans ceiling...ceiling fan
“stairs on both sides” — cledus
Ginkgo House Architecture
6 Reviews
Eclectic House
Ideabooks142
Questions0
concrete slab with iron rails. And a new rail with glass balusters offer unobstructed lake views and introduce a new material into the eclectic mix. Copper rain chains offer function and fascination.
“Outside” — West Queen
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Lawrence and Gomez Architects
5 Reviews
Pole Creek exterior
Ideabooks263
Questions1
metal copper roof with stone/wood siding
“Similar color scheme - used black on soffits” — ciscomo
Englert Inc.
Robert Daniel House
Ideabooks149
Questions0
constructed by George W. Qualls. The structure was incredibly ahead of its time for its “green” aspects including a radiant floor heating system that ran copper piping under the marble floor and geothermal heating and cooling created by the constant 55 degree temperature of the home in winter and summer because
“the porch and design” — Brenda Holman
Scott Gilbride/Architect Inc.
4 Reviews
Eastern Oregon Modern Ranch
Ideabooks1,580
Questions3
Copper corrugated metal
“LOVE the metal” — claybones
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks1,618
Questions3
Copper pipes, vines, stone
“Fence” — odessacharles
Beck Building Company
3 Reviews
Royal Elk
Ideabooks589
Questions0
home observatory, copper, stone, what's not to love!
“Le style !” — Benjamin Boust
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