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6,715 stone path Entry Design Photos
Even the utility entrance of the Schneider home offers a warm welcome, as guests are brought in by way of a stone path and stacked split-faced steps. An unassuming neutral palette is enhanced with Ipe decking and weathered fixtures.
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, OhioAdrienne DeRosa
View from the rear mudroom to the garage. Individual concrete pads were used to create a whimsical walkway pattern perfectly framed by the large glass door.
Mudroomthe gudhouse company
Divided into four distinct pods, this home relies on crisp, clean detailing and recti-linear forms to exude a contemporary Pacific Rim aesthetic.
Pacific Rim Doorsite lines architecture inc.
Scott Bergmann Photography | A turn in the drive reveals the low slung arched timber entry canopy, supported by large fieldstone piers and a long stone wall lining the length of the house. This entry acts as a portal through the stone wall to the open structure beyond, creating a welcoming and...
Saranac Lake housePhinney Design Group
This unique Old Hampshire Designs timber frame home has a rustic look with rough-cut beams and tongue and groove ceilings, and is finished with hard wood floors through out. The centerpiece fireplace is of all locally quarried granite, built by local master craftsmen. This Lake Sunapee area home...
Unique Hybrid of Conventional, Timber and Log Framed HomeOld Hampshire Designs Inc
A large bay window is a welcoming feature of the private entry court to the residence. Accent elements of copper, stone, and leaded glass bring character to this informal cottage. To maintain the intimate scale in the larger interior spaces, I included small sitting alcoves as well as color,...
Exterior EntranceTom Meaney Architect, AIA
The lannon stone used for the paving at this front door entry was salvaged from the over 70 year old original patio. Most of the pieces measured over five inches thick.
Old World Made NewGinkgo Leaf Studio
This house in on a wooded, sloping site in Sandy Springs, a city just north of Atlanta, Georgia. It features steep, sloped cedar shingled roofs, cypress siding and trim and deep overhangs. The house sits at the edge of a protected, wooded forest.
Seville HouseDaniel M Martin, Architect LLC