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Mediterranean Exterior
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How funny! This is our next door neighbor's home!
“Pillars on porch -god white color and soft stucco around windows, no frames” — boydenc
Laidlaw Schultz architects
courtyard, the primary entrance to the home, stemmed from Blythe’s practice of Jin Shin Jyutsu, with the intention that she would use the space for her sessions. A gravel field offers an abstract allusion to water, inspiring contemplation.
8. Echo your home’s architecture. When planning your outdoor
outdoor rooms, think about mirroring the shape of your home in materials as well as in how your outdoor spaces flow together. For instance, in the space shown here, long, rectangular pavers mirror the rectangular shapes in the siding, and the layout of the paths and yard closely follows the shape of the
“rocks, pavers, firepit” — allycat1969
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
Showcase 2011 - Artist's Retreat
I am very interested in seeing the inside lay out of this home, as well as the floor plans. Can you please provide more info about this home. Thank you
Where can I get more information on this home?
Combo barn and home...Back of dream home
“Attached shop” — anthonac
Francis Garcia Architect
Dolinar Residence
We love the colors used on this home!! What is the stucco color and the trim color? And is that real stone or cultured stone? Thank you!
Hello! could you tell me please the exact color of the trim? (grey). Your home looks beautiful!!!
I think you are an AMAZING architect!!! This home is TRULY spectacular !!! I often wonder where someone 'starts'.... When you have this BLANK piece of paper....and then CREATE something so warm ...
“Eldorado stone York limestone” — mdleemd
The Taunton Press, Inc
Deck Ideas that Work by Peter Jeswald
I'm designing an addition to our home and would LOVE to see the rest of this to see if there are more elements that I could use, etc.
Best Part of a home is a porch like this
Extra living room. Decks are great options for creating much-needed living space for older, smaller homes. With an overhead structure and some furniture, a deck greatly extends the home's living space.And don't stop there. Decks can be great places to enjoy family movie night; outdoor dining, cooking
“Cedar and painted trim” — maceymacey
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
4 Reviews
Brettkelly Residence, Oakland, CA
The contrast of hardscaping and artificial turf on the ground repeats the gray and green color contrast in the home's facade. "I love the AstroTurf," Brettkelly says. "The kids can play on it for hours and hours, and it maintains its softness, its color. Our puppy
Design Principle: Contrast The contrast of hardscaping and artificial turf on the ground repeats the gray and green color contrast in the home's facade.
and see all the way through to the front of the home. "I love how the house seems to exhale; it has this open, airy feel," says Brettkelly. The contrast of hardscaping and artificial turf on the ground repeats the gray and green color contrast in the home's facade. "I love the AstroTurf," Brettkelly says
“Cool patio area - like the different size and length pavers” — barbarajolovell
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
This home is located in the town of Los Altos, Ca.
Everything about this home is gorgeous.
This new Prairie style home in California features hip roofs, casement windows tight to the underside of the roof overhang and trim to emphasize the horizontal. The angled, battered walls tie this home to the landscape in true Prairie fashion.
“Ask Mark again if he could live with siding like this...” — buxtonroad
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
The Sandberg Home
Equal-lite windows on a more traditional home
The front of the home combines straight, modern lines with geometric shapes and contrasting colors that reflect the nearby sea and sand. The house sits on the side of a hill, providing an almost unobstructed view of the Pacific Coast Highway and the ocean beyond. Numerous windows welcome abundant sunlight
sunlight, adding to the bright and airy feel of the home.
“Window and siding” — Micheal Brennan
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