155,886 Traditional style Exterior Design Photos

Asher Associates Architects
4 Reviews
Front Elevation
Ideabooks6,168
Questions8
double hung windows for traditional home with shutters
portico style would be nice extended as a porch
The double-hung window is especially suited to a traditional-style home with exterior shutters.While these windows are traditional in style, modern materials and assembly techniques make them much better than their wooden ancestors. Exterior cladding
Multiple dormer styles can work beautifully together on a home's exterior. On this coastal New Jersey home, an eyebrow and a shed dormer team up.
“shutters” — lkworden
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
The Boat House
Ideabooks661
Questions1
from this overhead view. "We wanted to create a beautiful juxtaposition from the old to the new," says Ramus. "The barn is so strong in its traditional style that we did not want to try and detract away from its beauty by replicating it in a neighboring building."
I like the modernity along with the traditional aspect and the whole blended in a spacious natural environment.
striking from this overhead view. "We wanted to create a beautiful juxtaposition from the old to the new," says Ramus. "The barn is so strong in its traditional style that we did not want to try and detract away from its beauty by replicating it in a neighboring building."
striking from this overhead view. “We wanted to create a beautiful juxtaposition from the old to the new,” says Ramus. “The barn is so strong in its traditional style that we did not want to try and detract away from its beauty by replicating it in a neighbouring building.”
“I'd be happy with just the boat house!” — eddieanne
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Beatbox
Ideabooks4,523
Questions6
This small project in the Portage Bay neighborhood of Seattle replaced an existing garage with a functional living room. Tucked behind the owner’s traditional bungalow, this modern room provides a retreat from the house and activates the outdoor space between the two buildings. The project houses a small
past each other, this door can be seen on contemporary, traditional and every style in between. Having said that, it really fits a contemporary aesthetic as the sliding operation and staggered planes are typically not quite right for traditional styles. An advantage of these doors is that the opening can
past each other, this door can be seen on contemporary, traditional and every style in between. Having said that, it really fits a contemporary aesthetic as the sliding operation and staggered planes are typically not quite right for traditional styles.
“Sliding door” — apsmith1020
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks2,496
Questions4
Roots of Style: Do You Live in a Minimalist Traditional House? Photo 1 of 9 Every house begins with four walls. The most common configuration is a rectangle. Of course, most newer houses break out of the rectangle at some place on their plan. In the minimalist traditional style, the plan is usually
most common configuration is a rectangle. Of course, most newer houses break out of the rectangle at some place on their plan. In the minimalist traditional style, the plan is usually kept compact (with minor exceptions) in overall form, as evidenced in all of these examples. On this house the rectangular
details define it as traditional, but the proportion and arrangement of the windows depart from precedent. Notice the two large bay windows on the first level. This distinguishes the house without adhering to classical order.
“colors of home, door, shutters” — pamkeefover
Michael McKinley and Associates, LLC
1 Review
Watch Hill Oceanfront Residence
Ideabooks4,513
Questions3
the next set of images show traditional coastal homes
very modern style but yet its cute
is ideal for a more traditionally styled home. The individual nature and vertical proportions of this window work well in a design that uses traditional roof forms such as the gable and windows that are located one by one rather than set continuously.In addition to their traditional appeal, a double-hung
“little panes then clear view below” — wilder4525
Arcanum Architecture
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks4,874
Questions4
Contemporary details provide a modern interpretation of a traditionally styled single family residence
I love the use of modern materials and details in the tradition forms. I think that it is very relevant today.
This traditionally styled single-family residence near San Francisco uses stucco to provide clean lines and surfaces, instilling some modernism into the traditional form.
interesting, simple style. could be overlaid on existing house.
Regular style home with modern touch
like the blend of modern and traditional
Stucco, clean lines, modern & traditional
This traditionally styled single-family residence near San Francisco uses stucco to provide clean lines and surfaces, instilling some modernism into the traditional form.
“Regular style home with modern touch” — wilfredo_06
Artistic Design and Construction, Inc
Room for Everyone
Ideabooks70,052
Questions27
cottage style, metal roof, wraparound porch
house is an important point to define its style. This critical detail of the meeting of the roof and the wall wraps the house as a belt wraps around pants to tuck in a shirt. The chance for a signature and added interest occurs here.In the minimalist traditional style, the eave is usually short and tight
“Everything” — Diane Craig
Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks8,327
Questions3
Style of the house on some levels is reminiscent 'Wrightish'. Window mullions also remind me of some of the 50's design style, as well as some of the furniture. A gorgeous blend of modern style with just a tint of retro.
Excellent balance of modern simplicity and traditional order
The doors on the upper deck are cool. The house is still a bit tall, but the overall style is pretty neat.
The clients loved the house's previous traditional style but were looking for something more contemporary without going ultramodern. Castanes bridged the gap with a transitional style that features cedar siding and Milestone, an integral-colored, cement-based material that goes on smooth for a Venet
Les clients aimaient beaucoup le style traditionnel d’origine mais ils désiraient y intégrer des touches d’inspiration contemporaine, sans pour autant tomber dans l’ultramoderne. Jim Castanes, l’architecte, a opté pour un compromis, un style de transition à base de bardeaux de cèdre, de
“zabradlo” — taminka
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