11,845 beach Exterior Design Photos

Don Duffy Architecture
NC costal House
Beach house on a coastal island
Beach look with charred bark floor
I love beach houses like this
The inside colors of my beach house
Beach house...see other photos in picture for inside
directly on the beach
Beautiful beach house
want this beach house!
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My beach house...da beach house...beach house...Beach house!...Summer beach dreams...Dream beach house....beach house build...beach fence...beach grass
“Back of house” — sidsum4
William Guidero Planning and Design
8 Reviews
Newport Beach Ocean Front
onal/ beach contempoary exterior photo chris darnall
on our beach home to reduce glare. Thanks!
Newport Beach oceanfront lot 30'x 80' so the footprint is approximately 24'x70'
It's a custom home that I designed for the home owner. My client owns the plans. It's a very small residence about 2500 square feet beach house. Thank you for your interest
Simple modern beach shack with heaps of windows
All white, on beach, open windows
“feels like summer” — Vanessa Verin
Butler Armsden Architects
1 Review
Stinson Beach House
think of a beach house this is what I think of but decluttered
Traditional Breezeway as the living room! Lovely! (But could this work anywhere but at the beach?)
if I was beach bound. symmetry!
stinson beach house butlerarmsden.com
stinson beach house: FP
Idea for beach house
Wonderful beach home!
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“Open center” — karenjameseads
Must-Know Moderns
ovell Beach House (1926), Newport Beach, California, designed by R.M. Schindler Photograph: Library of Congress, Prints and Photograph Division, Historic American Buildings Survey Call number: CAL,30-NEWBE,1-1.
Lovell Beach House (1926), Newport Beach, California by R.M Schindler
Lovell Beach House by Rudolph M. Schindler
must know modern homes r.m. schindler, architect, designs the Lovell Beach House
Lovell Beach House, R. Schindler, Newport Beach, CA
Lovell Beach House (1926), Newport Beach, California, designed by R.M. Schindler
Lovell Beach House Year built: 1926 Architect: Rudolph M. Schindler Location: Newport Beach, California
“Schindler” — John Plant
Habitat Post & Beam, Inc.
Florida Island House
3. Beach house on stilts. This Florida island beach house perches on stilts right on the sand. You can't get much closer to the beach than that!
gorgeous beach house, in my dreams!
this is my absolute idea of a dream beach house old and shabby and up
Dream beach option, tho also looks like it could be blown down
3. Beach house on stilts. This Florida island beach house perches on stilts right on the sand. You can't get much closer to the beach than that!
“beach house” — nickeyzeus
Dewson Construction Company
4 Reviews
New Construction - Bethany Beach, Del.
build beach home. The owners worked very closely with the architect in deisgning this home, so we are unable to provide final dimensions of the home or specific rules. While we would love to work with you in such a fantastic town, our reaches at this time are not that far north (Stone Harbor/Avalon NJ
to the beach. Hope this helps!
“front” — jbdoolan
Lisle Architecture & Design
3 Reviews
Exterior View
500 SF beach house completed in 2006
The Beach House of my dreams!!!
Beach house look love it
Love this beach house
Dream beach home...Beach house...beach home...The beach look...Beach exterior...Dream beach house
“Porches. Classic look.” — cohare0633
Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
A Small Retreat by the Ocean
by the beach and they are brown or dark colours.....the colours are sexy
the beach. The clients wanted something simple, and he couldn't think of anything simpler than a flat, sloping roof and a raised-platform design. Castanes also pulled inspiration from things along the beach. Kids playing with beach balls and flying kites inspired him to incorporate colors into the exterior
on the beach in Seattle, shown here, he walked the property several times before inspiration struck. “All of a sudden, I thought, ‘I don’t want the house to be there and interrupt the movement of the natural beach, symbolically, metaphorically or physically.” He thought the house should float above the
house. "Beach architecture here is usually all gray or all brown. I didn't want that," he says. “You’re constantly talking to the client, and they’re telling you things," Castanes says. "You see the land, generate ideas. As an architect, you can wake up at 2 in the morning and think of details of how this
“Roof, windows” — mgcartier
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