19,299 Bedroom-Furniture-s Exterior Design Photos

Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
courtyard
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open-air garage are garapa wood, or as Elkins refers to it, “ch-ipe,” since it’s a less costly version of the tropical wood ipe. The garage is separated from the main house by an exterior wall, so car emissions don’t mix with the house’s clean air supply. Most of the electronic components for the home are kept
open-air garage are garapa wood, or as Elkins refers to it, “ch-ipe,” since it’s a less costly version of the tropical wood ipe. The garage is separated from the main house by an exterior wall, so car emissions don’t mix with the house’s clean air supply. Most of the electronic components for the home are kept
“open air garage with wood slats” — hokunani
WEST STUDIO Architects & Construction Services
New Prairie Style Ranch
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extensive and beautifully detailed masonry here, this low-slung and rectangular design resembles a common style found across the U.S. While ranch style developed in the 1930s in California from the convergence of Spanish colonial and Craftsman architecture, among others, the Prairie aesthetic contributed
extensive and beautifully detailed masonry here, this low-slung and rectangular design resembles a common style found across the U.S. While ranch style developed in the 1930s in California from the convergence of Spanish colonial and Craftsman architecture, among others, the Prairie aesthetic contributed
“dark window trim, similar ranch style to SA house” — kyradawn
Bud Dietrich, AIA
11 Reviews
a kaleidoscope of light - the exterior
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have brick at the main level, you may want to use cement or wood siding at your addition. Window and door matching generally makes sense only if what’s existing is already in pretty good shape or is prohibitively expensive to replicate. The choice is unique to every home; consult with your contractor
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have brick at the main level, you may want to use cement or wood siding at your addition. Window and door matching generally makes sense only if what’s existing is already in pretty good shape or is prohibitively expensive to replicate. The choice is unique to every home; consult with your contractor
“Hardiplank siding panels trimmed in contrasting color” — mcmilner
Restructure Studio
10 Reviews
Bouldin Creek Residence
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Custom steel windows were built onsite and stretch from floor to ceiling. Gonzalez’s husband lives by the mantra “The more light, the better,” but since moving in, they’ve added curtains. “Without them it’s really bright,” Gonzalez says. Coel designed the windows to serve as vertical structural
Custom steel windows were built onsite and stretch from floor to ceiling. Gonzalez’s husband lives by the mantra “The more light, the better,” but since moving in, they’ve added curtains. “Without them it’s really bright,” Gonzalez says.Coel designed the windows to serve as vertical structural supports
“Winows” — stacievaughan
Rill Architects
11 Reviews
Maureen Residence
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By tucking the second floor into the roofline, Rill was able to diminish the addition’s scale, which was Maureen’s biggest concern. Initially she objected to painting the house olive, but Rill encouraged her to extend the Craftsman theme into the color
Turning a ’50s Ranch Into a Craftsman Bungalow
50's ranch converted to craftsman bungalow
By tucking the second floor into the roofline, Rill was able to diminish the addition’s scale, which was Maureen’s biggest concern. Initially she objected to painting the house olive, but Rill encouraged her to extend the Craftsman theme into the color palette. “I didn’t know that choosing the Craftsman
“LOVE” — jesmulder
The Tiny Project
Tiny House
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The house’s exterior is covered in cedar planks and metal panels that are also used on the roof. “I wanted something modern,” Lisefski says. “Cladding
different look.” Because the house is on wheels, Lisefski says it is considered more of an RV and is not subject to building codes. Instead it’s regulated by the Department of Transportation; it had to be no wider than 8½ feet and no taller than 13½ feet. He estimates it cost him $30
The house’s exterior is covered in cedar planks and metal panels that are also used on the roof. “I wanted something modern,” Lisefski says. “Cladding the exterior
for a different look.” Because the house is on wheels, Lisefski says it is considered more of an RV and is not subject to building codes. Instead it’s regulated by the Department of Transportation; it had to be no wider than 8½ feet and no taller than 13½ feet. He estimates it cost him $30,000 to build
“has good ideas” — dfw15
EDG PLAN COLLECTION
32 Reviews
Longview Plan 6275
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eyed this incredible plan. The downstairs master suite features a sitting area, spacious his and her’s walk-in closets, and a dramatic master bath with a beautiful tub area and walk-in shower. There’s also a flexible area that could be used for either a study or the perfect mother-in-law suite. Mealtime
Upstairs, you’ll find three suites, plus an adult game room/movie room, and a children’s playroom. There is an abundance of parking space for vehicles of all sizes, thanks to one garage that has 2-car dimensions, another that’s made for a single car, and a third that is just right for your golf cart and lawn
Heated: 2,529 Baths: Five Third Floor Heated: Main Floor Ceiling: 10′ Total Heated Area: 6,275 Specialty Rooms: Game Room Garages: Three Bedrooms: Five Footprint: 106′-1″ x 99′-0″ www.edgplancollection.com
“window trim, roof trim” — dlisenkov
EDG PLAN COLLECTION
32 Reviews
Armstrong Plan 4542
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design of the downstairs master suite, which boasts his and her’s walk-in closets and an eye-catching master bath design featuring a large walk-in shower. The gourmet kitchen has an oversize walk-in pantry and a breakfast area, and there’s nearby formal dining space. Other popular features in this home
home include a home office, mud room, plus a game room, a children’s playroom, and a loft upstairs. The garage with 3-car dimensions is great for parking today’s larger SUVs and trucks, or convert some of it into a workspace. Front Exterior First Floor Heated: 2,464 Master Suite: Down Second Floor
Heated: 2,078 Baths: 3.5 Third Floor Heated: Main Floor Ceiling: 10′ Total Heated Area: 4,542 Specialty Rooms: Play Room Garages: Three Bedrooms: Four Footprint: 73′-6″ x 74′-6″ www.edgplancollection.com
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