28,173 deck home Entry Design Photos

Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
Hi, what a beautiful home. We have a house that is architecturally very similar, and would love to know the exterior body and trim colors. Thanks!
This home transformation is amazing. The kitchen counters are beautiful
Steel entry step, idea for my deck
wood frame bed for gravel/stepping stone deck!
Spanish tile roof Home rennovation
Spanish Style Contemporary, new Home
love style of this home
love this style of home
Beautiful Home!
“pepper tree” — niederbremer
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
Space Interiors has been providing furnishing solutions and design services througout New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan, NY for over 15 years.
Brilliant! Lighting & Design
2 Reviews
Great Pond
This home is clad with 'sinker' cypress clapboards, naturally weathering without stain to a silver-y grey. 'Sinker' cypress is so named as the logs are salvaged from river bottoms, primarily in the south, and because they have been submerged, are perfectly preserved from the logging era. They are dried
make a little deck out from the cabin at about this height
“Love that porch!” — grayandrenee
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Courtyard House
soffit below deck and again perhaps reusing siding as part of a privacy fence
This is the view back toward the street. The wood fence makes the courtyard an integral part of the home. The dramatic pivoting door is 5 feet, 4 inches wide and 9 feet, 7 inches high; this stands up to the scale of the ceilings, which soar up to 21 feet. Pivoting door: custom, Great Northwest Door
“Snygg entré 4” — superck
Tom Hurt Architecture
Taylor Slough Creek House_Entry
as dictated by architects. Those little plants popping up add charm and a lived in look. Why does everything have to be sterile? You asked if this home is being lived in and I would say yes...because it looks like it.
Very low deck, not cement porch
wide covered eves and door in corner with large wood deck that creates a porch with the stand-alone pergola
In my reality, I am inspired by designs that inject drama into an average ranch. The wood plank wall, the modern portico and the plantings give this home pizzazz, and I am simply smitten.
“Entry” — courtneyklick
Hollywood Hills Contemporary
New Residence; View of Front Entry, Architecture and fountain design by TempleHome
Just outside the bifolds. Would have a deck walking to the back yard and a little bridge to walk out of the house
love te water feature you have o walk a crossed to get to the modern home
lights under walkway deck.
Water feature warm home
Temple home jan 14
“landscaping” — kwillmus
Pearson Design Group
1 Review
Mountain Modern
Can you tell me who makes these? Also, where is this home? Very well done!
"covered bridge" to front door, from garage of hill home?
aircraft cable railing for deck at the cabin
Path from car to home covered : great in our country
dream mountain home, modern
My future home!
“Wood and rails” — paulwendy
Tice Residences
an extremely efficient use of space and strategic placement of windows and decks, privacy is maintained while affording expansive views from each home to the creek, downtown Santa Barbara and Pacific Ocean beyond. Both homes appear to have far more openness than their compact lots afford. The solution
domains, and are in turn, carefully penetrated to reveal views. Both homes are variations on one consistent theme: elegant composition of contemporary, “warm” materials; strong roof planes punctuated by vertical masses; and floating decks. The project forms an intimate connection with its setting by using
The Tice Residences replace a run-down and aging duplex with two separate, modern, Santa Barbara homes. Although the unique creek-side site (which the client’s original home looked toward across a small ravine) proposed significant challenges, the clients were certain they wanted to live on the lush
“Entrance steps” — vankudrevaibhavi
McKinney York Architects
13 Reviews
Mt. Barker Residence
How much would this home cost?
Contempory Style of home & windows
Stone modern home...modern home...single story home
“color scheme and brick.” — mkellyva
Need help redesigning front exterior of an 80's contemporary home
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Mid century house with wall paneling everywhere!
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