21,110 about columns Exterior Design Photos

Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Hillside Residence
Ideabooks706
Questions1
Like the balcony but not sure about columns.
love the columns, landscape bed by french door
I like breezeways, but not the columns
“Pillars and paint” — esteri
Winder Gibson Architects
Dry Creek House Exterior
Ideabooks3,643
Questions2
i very much like but not sure about columns
“Large dormer” — nancyoppermann
Arch Studio, Inc.
13 Reviews
Santa Rita Ave
Ideabooks2,948
Questions5
I do not have any information about the chairs.
What about these columns for exterior. This style is traditional. The website is archstudioinc.com
I like this idea about the porch for the bp home...keeping the garage recessed
i like contemporary columns like this
square decorative columns
i like something about this
Details for columns...Porch columns
“Siding color” — tua10624
Ownby Design
17 Reviews
Residential
Ideabooks14,079
Questions3
What about wood columns by breezeway entrance?
In this Arizona house, a reflecting pool in the courtyard and a strong axis through the living space sets up a formal symmetry. Vertical plantings, columns, and exposed rafter tails beneath the roof create rhythm and add human scale to the space. In a desert climate, the use of a reflecting pool in the
“door” — Joey Reonisto
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
Horse Farm
Ideabooks2,626
Questions0
Not sure about the columns noe
This house has dormers as well as cupola/steeples however both sides have something on the roof line which is the question I was inquiring about our house.
What about this colored fence
“Home” — paulataylormk
Robert Nehrebecky AIA, Re:New Architecture
22 Reviews
Anthony Street House
Ideabooks2,835
Questions8
What kind of stone used on columns and patio floor?
Are these columns the preformed fiberglass or PVC ones or were they built on site? Do you know the dimensions? Thanks!
Do the columns have to be anchored to the porch concrete slab?
Where can I purchase these columns or do they have to be made?
tall and the tapered column above is 5'-4" tall.
The porch roof structure is supported by 6x6 posts anchored to the concrete floor w/ Simpson base bracket and expansion bolt. As you see the the post is completely hidden by the stone base and tapered column trim work.
please tell total height of the column
These columns are trimmed out w/ hardipanel and 1X material. Thanks for asking.
The columns are field constructed over 24"
“Porch” — krieholler
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
Ideabooks67,972
Questions61
Tell me about the porch floor. It looks like Ipe
I am also curious about the brick . Would like to know the color and provider.
Can you share what the width of this portion of the house is, looking at just the portion that includes the columns?
Can you tell me the dimensions of the columns on porch please?
How thick are the porch columns?
Could you please tell me how wide the columns are? I love them!
What paint color is the trim/columns?
details of the column, you can't see it well in this photo but there is a neck mold about 8" down from the capital. If you want me to take a look at your elevation I can do that for a relatively small fee. email me at brad@norrisarchitecture.com
the ground, are the columns round or square, what is the style of the house. Are they tapered because you are going for a craftsman effect or are they round and that is the entasis. What is the spacing of the columns and do the doors/windows align with the space between the columns? What are the details
“Porch height” — freem
Hibler Design Studio
2 Reviews
Porch
Ideabooks2,751
Questions7
What is the size/width of the columns and stone base? Thank you!
I believe that the columns are 14" square and the bases are around 22"-24". I'd need to check the drawings to be totally sure, though.
Like this wood for back patio columns
Stone and wood columns
Big timber beans for columns
slatted ceiling and columns
Rock and wood columns
Awning framed with columns
Brick bases for columns.
Love the columns...Exterior columns...Wood Ext Columns...Outdoor columns...Back porch columns
“Use 4 posts..” — trhassenger
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