6,350 Built in traditional bunkbeds Exterior Design Photos

Samara Greenwood Architecture
Falconer St Residence
Clash between traditional weatherboard and recycled timber
Timber panelling, built in seats nice courtyard
Earthy, natural, feeling of tradition....built-in bench
“material used” — Shirley Pitts
Arlington Area Tile & Stone Supplier
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Epic Development
8 Reviews
Traditional Design
custom shutters, built-in window boxes and a planting trellis above the garage. Built by Epic Development; Photo by Brian Gassel
A new traditional style home in the city of Brookhaven in North Atlanta. The exterior consists of Hardiplank shake siding, hand chiseled granite, custom
Traditional Design
“House colors” — pamis55
3 Reviews
Solar Traditional House
curb appeal and charm it originally had when it was first built. A new front porch was built along with a new approach with blue stone. The original footprint
Solar Traditional House...Traditional nice
“pool area” — madonnawest62
Normandy Remodeling
42 Reviews
Tudor Addition
what kind of grill is that. is it custom built. looks like it has some storage in it?
dark trim...can we do this on a traditional home but in a modern way?
Louisa likes this; it's traditional farmhouse like; German
Note green house built on
“Bronze handrails and paint color scheme” — donhahi
Arcanum Architecture
Custom Agrarian Style Residence
modern look with traditional materials? Like the french doors into front yard.
between the dwellings of Europe and those of America is how the latter "were built, occupied and eventually disposed of as commodities, merchandise designed
style residence," a description that taps into the early farm buildings built of wood from the abundant forests.
“dark siding, white windows, entry gate” — gaiacreative
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Admiral's House
stately Georgian home in West Newton Hill, Massachusetts was originally built in 1917 for John W. Weeks, a Boston financier who went on to become a U.S
to know what the brick Is called or the name of the brick nd when was is built ....
Lots of details, traditional brick, various roof/eve lines
Traditional classic look
“the background” — clareinyang
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
7 Reviews
Front Exterior
historic home and coach house in a landmark district on Astor Street was built in the late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence
Ben, The Chicago Landmarks Survey of 1996 lists this home as being built in 1899 with no permit and no architect of record. It is classified as Gothic
the eves n this house- its' beautiful and ornate. I love that sort of traditional old style historic detail
“stone block exterior” — kdutra
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
The home was built in 1877 for Benjamin Biggs, Delaware's 46th Governor. It was designed with
What year was the home built? I like the design and would love to see a modern take on this style of home
Okay, maybe not quite my house, but isn't this just the most charming traditional holiday Victorian ever ???
“Second Empire style” — Lucy
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