83,693 colonial house Exterior Design Photos

RWA Architects
Exterior
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If this house had a pool house what would ext. material would be used
Hello, Could you please tell me what exterior material would be used on a pool house to match this main house. My home is very similar to the one in this picture. We are presently building a pool house and I am unsure if
The front of the pool house is 28'wide consisting of 18' feet of glass doors and 8' of bbq area. One side of the house I am concerned about. It is 16'. It will have an outdoor wood burning fireplace (7') with a window on each side(each window 29'x49"). The back of the pool house and other side I am not
Would our house look like this?
veneering developed, and it became the fashionable choice for many colonial revivals built after then, as exemplified here. The architects have labeled this house as a foursquare, which describes its building type, rather than its style. Colonial revival foursquares are common, as are Prairie-inspired foursquares
“It looks like my home” — tamarareaves
Carr, Lynch and Sandell, Inc.
new link between historic house and barn
Ideabooks1,959
Questions2
new link between historic house and barn
Renovation of an historic home. An addition between the existing house and barn in Hingham's Glad Tidings Historic District created a new entry, informal living room, kitchen with cooking fireplace and pantry, and deck. The addition, with it's clerestory, provides lots of natural lighting. The client
client now has a large free-flowing, light filled, area to entertain that they were missing in the historic house. Photos by Randy O'Rourke
NO - don't want it to loo too colonial with all siding
attaching our house to a someday built garage
Link bet historic house + barn
a sideways colonial! - on a big rural lot
the use of the area between house and garage. A cool atrium, perhaps?
“It's just a shotgun house, and could be better, but it's a mild example of how plain structures can” — malryki
d'apostrophe design, inc.
Exterior
Ideabooks2,652
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love to have a "barn" house someday
love this house - - minus the 70's feel.
contemporary window arrangement that echoes the gabled end of this house conveys a modern aesthetic. Look more closely and you will see that the windows on the opposite side are traditional double-hung multipane types used in colonial houses. The American vernacular style successfully transcends decades
“beautiful” — 1980em
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Claremont Remodel
Ideabooks5,329
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and access, right? We didn't separate out the costs, but things to consider when figuring costs would include the extra structural work both on the house and on the terrace, the I-beams, the cable-rail system, the metal deck supports, the wood, the hidden fasteners, and finishing of the wood. Construction
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walk way to house in the future?
For front of house to road
i want one of these in my next house only inside the bridge will go to the master bedroom
Great to put from house to apt. space.
Nice way to connect from second story of house to rooftop above garage.
holds true for the roof material. While asphalt shingle roofs are the most commonplace, a tile material is more appropriate for a Southwestern colonial house design, and metal might be the better choice for a roof in the Southeast.And don't overlook the depth of a roof overhang. A gable roof with a
“Could I do stairs that pull up?” — Jenn Gustetic
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
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Construction and Henry Page of Henry Page House Restoration,
Look at all 17 photos of this house.
Farley Garrison House, NH
THe house is so well done. The antiques are priceless.
set the house.True to form, Towle didn’t stop at one house. He took a fancy to a listing 1780s carriage shed with dirt floors and a leaky roof, and pursued the owner until she let him buy it. To join the main house to the carriage shed, he built an ell (connector) from a 1790 colonial house he found
Working with Justin Caldon of Four Corners Construction and Henry Page of Henry Page House Restoration, Towle rebuilt the home on a 13-acre parcel in Gilmanton, New Hampshire. The property wasn’t for sale when Towle found it, but he persuaded the owner to let him buy it. For the next year, excavators
“everything” — lauracope
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
13 Reviews
Classical Architecture
Ideabooks4,142
Questions4
portico on colonial, similar style of front, love arch with
similar style to our house
garrison colonial entry
cream house with white trim
Cute Colonial House |1
Colonial with side addition
Kevin's house...Colonial House...The house...house colour...House Color
“no front porch” — janelarose
JAMES DIXON ARCHITECT PC
26 Reviews
Hudson Valley Farmhouse
Ideabooks807
Questions2
from a reader... to me it looks like your house has similar qualities from the front elevation. You could remove your shutters, paint or replace siding (see Hardie Plank), and add some wider trim with detail to your windows. You could add the porch to highlight your front door and paint it a bright
faux shutters must go! We're trying to decide whether we can afford to replace the existing windows. Just for fun, I've attached some photos of our house below.
“colors” — pschluter
RTA Studio
13 Reviews
Williamsburg Colonial: Exterior
Ideabooks1,240
Questions2
I plan to use hardi plank lap siding to keep the clapboard look. I was told that 4" reveal creates too many shadow lines. Would a 6" reveal be acceptable if I was going for a Williamsburg colonial look or perhaps 5". thank you. I live in New York. Simple house with 4 windows
it is colonial because it has a pediment and two stories
blends in with the house and to side of house
This addition is designed to blend with the orignial colonial-style
This addition is designed to blend with the orignial Colonial-style house while still remaining distinct. Its scale and window pattern complement rather than exactly mimic the main structure.
“Porch” — Kelly Maly
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