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Ron Brenner Architects
Cape Cod Shingle Style
double columns, color
front porch columns...color? and columns
DESIGN GUILD HOMES
Beaver Lake Retreat by Design Guild Homes
porch combined with just a couple (expensive) columns rather than a bunch of them. This photo shows all of the front elements that I like: front porch, decorative roof, functional addition.
shingle and dark bronze metal roof. The white trim really compliments it. The tones of gold, tan, and grey blend nicely in the cultured stone at base of columns,
What size are the porch columns?
I like the size and simplicity of these columns
mix of all siding, board and batten, metal roof, asphalt shingles, columns, dormer detail with bump out
Rite Way Custom Homes
and see what the dormer in the middle would look like. Love the front porch, but worried about darkening the house?
Porch columns...wood columns
Travis Price Architects Inc.
West Virginia Residence
how about this shower?
Mark Brand Architecture
Craftsman Style in Burlingame
I don't have records of the colors anymore. We finished this house about 10 years ago. However, I use the Benjamin Moore Historical Colors or America's Colors on most of my projects. They are subtle and tasteful. I suggest you take a look at them. I also recommend staying away from the whitest white
Vineyard at Florence
Really like the overhanging vines and stony columns
south patio - neat looking columns that stay year-round, in the summer put up a sail-cloth roof to shade house and patio, in winter take fabric down to let lots of sun in
Question about stone
patio and columns
structural systems; the lower floor utilizes conventional wood framing, but the upper floor requires a special lightweight truss system sitting on six columns anchored into the rock below.
the lower floor utilizes conventional wood framing, but the upper floor requires a special lightweight truss system sitting on six columns anchored into the rock below.
can also use this as a chance to confirm the meeting time and place and reiterate that you’re looking forward to meeting him or her and learning more about the project. Any document you send is a first chance to convey the quality and thoroughness of your projects.