4,006 spanish house room Entry Design Photos

Amsted Design-Build
2 Reviews
the amazing kitchen and the original home. Varying the heights of the closets and openings, and providing a pass-through to the dining room, where the original house featured a window, breaks up the height of the space on one side of the gallery; while providing an architectural counterpoint to the stunning
The ‘Legacy Gallery’ was so named by the owner of this stunning house for a myriad of reasons. On the outside, it provides and architectural fissure between the original early 20th century house and the more recent garage and rear additions added to it. Its rich, torrefied wood finish contrasts against
against the stark white steel siding of both sides of the house. On the inside, it connects the multiple generations of the family living in there. The overall renovation of was designed to allow the family elders to stay in their own home and to allow the space for two younger generations to move in with
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
can you tell me the colorof the house
Love the house color. Can you tell me what color it is?
might look good on the side of our house from the living room through a French door by fireplace.
house color with blue shutters
LB house exterior paint color
color of house
“Chairs” — ggrelier
ProTect Painters of Central Austin
15 Reviews
ProTect Painters: Interior Painting - Neutral Colors
Interior Painting: Two tone gray interior paint add interest to this room while the neutral colors coordinate well with any decor.
Interior house painter
interior house painters
Interior house painting
House Painter...house painters...house painting
“Grey too dark” — sheryew
Architectural Designs
14 Reviews
Exclusive Elegance Personified - Plan 25607GE
Architectural Designs Exclusive House Plan 25607GE Front door flanked by decorative niches This luxury home has the master down and two beds up - plus a great in-law or extended guest suite over the 4 car garage. Just over 5,200 of living space. And that doesn't include the master suite sleeping
“Entry ideas” — tvance45
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
Coop 15 Architecture
Yarrow Bay, the interlocking forms of this house intersect in the two-story living space, joined together at a skylight and by a bridge between the two forms. The steel framed bridge supports a walkway of cast glass, connecting the master bedroom with childrens' rooms.
front door at side of house
The approach to the front door on the opposite side of the house hints at the stepping. This narrow space reveals some stepped massing, but the concrete perimeter wall at right allows the stepping at the back of the house to "release" the sky and view.
“Design/entry” — kathrynmcgrath
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture
oh mirror mirror on the wall, can I please have a house like this by next fall
courtyard, house, windows
house color on right
for beach house....simple house
“poured concrete fence” — Gryphon Builders
Cummings Architects
11 Reviews
Knowlton House
The Abraham Knowlton House (c. 1725) was nearly demolished to make room for the expansion of a nearby commercial building. Thankfully, this historic home was saved from that fate after surviving a long, drawn out battle. When we began the project, the building was in a lamentable state of disrepair due
we could begin on the restoration and renovation of the house proper, we needed to raise the entire structure in order to repair and fortify the foundation. The design project was substantial, involving the transformation of this historic house into beautiful and yet highly functional condominiums. The
“Front door” — bernaj52
HMH Architecture + Interiors
Dream home - Boulder, Colorado
Rosenthal/Friedlander Residence is located in Boulder Colorado on a hillside with panoramic views of the Flatiron Mountains and the city. The design of the house is articulated by a one hundred and seventy foot long wall. This wall separates the entry court from the living space. In addition, it becomes an art
cool house, love all the different levels and the angled intersecting plane done in stone ...
This house in Colorado uses stucco for most of the exterior walls, as well as a solid wall that defines the front of the property. But note the stone wall that bisects the house; this wall continues inside to become an "art wall." It takes on further significance by being of a different material and
“Me encanta entrada” — EMacias
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