45 Railroad tie desk Exterior Design Photos

Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
wood edging, reclaim rail road ties?
railroad ties as planter boxes
railroad ties...Rail road ties...Railroad ties!!
“Garden” — mrvn
2Scale Architects
3 Reviews
Allston Residence
utility, desk nook upstairs. Thank you for engaging with us and reviewing our portfolio.
railway ties. They hired a regular iron fence guy to handle it. Thank you for asking. Good luck.
are old railroad ties.
how to tie roof in?
“Poach with railing” — teddya2k
Dungan Nequette Architects
4 Reviews
Silverock Cove
The overhang on the windows is a great idea. also the walkway with railroad ties
railroad ties walkway!
Railroad tie walkway
Rail tie walkway...RR tie path...Rr ties
“railroad” — mpaka
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Jensen Architects
reused railroad ties and street signs
materials: railroad ties, street signs, shower doors, and even phone books.
materials: railroad ties, street signs, shower doors, and even phone books. As participating designer Jensen Architects indicate, "some materials were re-invented for their intended purpose," a consideration that makes this project as contemporary as can be. Form does not exist before the building is realized
“the angled wall, use at end of carport” — 106sadie
Envision Web
Blue Ridge Georgia Custom Homes
as a railroad town, with the depot at its heart. Visitors would ride the train to town, eat dinner at the Blue Ridge Hotel, and take a leisurely walk to the mineral springs after dinner. Today's visitors still ride the train and take leisurely walks along Main Street, enjoying the antique and specialty
Georgia Railroad. In the early years, at different times, there were five hotels and several boarding houses in downtown Blue Ridge.
“roofed upper wrap around deck and pillars lower area” — Lorraine Hutchinson
Carr, Lynch and Sandell, Inc.
new link between historic house and barn
against the railroad to help block noise and to allow the use of the area between house and garage. A cool atrium, perhaps?
ties house and (guest house/garage) together
breezeway ties house & garage together
“Shutters” — lordmylo
Dickinson Homes
Johnson Home
Railroad tie stairs???
“idea to extend a gabled roof out to create a front porch and larger entryway” — naco22
John Kraemer & Sons
30 Reviews
Lake of the Isles Exterior
instead of railroad ties
“Steps up drove” — mdeluxe
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