3,559 Quartersawn Oak Exterior Design Photos

Doni Flanigan
Doni Flanigan Interior Design Artist
Ideabooks3,860
Questions4
This is a good idea for out in the front yard where the big oaks are. Applying a big circular bed
Oak trees and style of home
Oak tree
“Patio” — kitkaye
Oak Hill Architects
1 Review
Happy Hollow
Ideabooks17,243
Questions10
Oak Hill Architects
Oak hill architects
“entryway” — fastfg
TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Oak Knoll Transformation
Ideabooks14,010
Questions12
Light yellow walls white window casings oak floors. What would be a calming accent color? Charcoal?
Oak Knoll Transformation
Oak street
“Under porch” — Kimberly Kolligs
Shannon Malone
Exterior
Ideabooks3,167
Questions2
Help with building around our oak tree.
how do I build like this....won't it hurt the tree roots? We have a giant oak tree 18 feet behind our home. It is the only direction we can build. We have been told to cut it down.:((((. It's
The biggest design dilemma was the giant oak tree enclosed by the home. This particular part of the property, which the family loved, is surrounded by limiting geography, including a creek on one side. They had no choice but to build in this particular spot. "It's a beautiful old majestic tree, and
“Treehouse” — lys05
Synthesis Design Inc.
37 Reviews
Evergreen Residence
Ideabooks544
Questions3
Did you use a different sikkens stain on the windows and door other then the natural oak? looks beautiful!
Natural oak. We find it takes the orange color away from the fir and adds a touch of brown.
Sikkens - Natural Oak on cedar
“Front entrance cover” — sopron
Christopher Simmonds Architect
1 Review
Gatineau Hills
Ideabooks215
Questions2
It's 80 year old white oak barnboards that have been re-planed on 3 sides.
It's 80 year old white oak barnboards that have been re-planed on 3 sides
“Barnboard exterior” — andydurnford
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
River Oaks Residence
Ideabooks5,335
Questions1
This home's features include original floor-to-ceiling windows, a glass sunporch and a grand pool pavilion. Houston neighborhood, River Oaks, Texas
The home is located in the tony Houston neighborhood of River Oaks. Architect John Staub, well known for his understated elegance, designed many houses there, including this one. This home's features include original floor-to-ceiling windows, a glass sunporch and a grand pool pavilion.
“THE BLACK SHUTTERS AND THE ENCLOSED PATIO MAKE THE EFFECT STUNNING.” — anitasubash
Highland Group
2 Reviews
Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie school, Oak Park style Architecture
Ideabooks2,060
Questions4
Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie school, Oak Park style Architecture
Prairie Frank Lloyd Wright, Oak Park, inspiration
Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie school, Oak Park style Architecture
“Garage in front; beautiful portico and roof slant; gradient levels....” — susannachildress
Is this lovely flooring quarter-sawn oak?
It is very beautiful. Where can I buy quality wood like this? Do I need to make any qualifications when ordering (% of heartwood and the like)?
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