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8,132 dark wood fireplace Exterior Design Photos
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
Two Story Balcony
white brick, dark wood accents, potted trees!
look of the deck with the fireplace
Outdoor fireplace - brown and white exterior
Dark brown painted deck; work on red brick house?
Balcony and fireplace
dark deck / light house
rock outdoor fireplace
Balcony ,fireplace on patio
Fireplace against house
fireplace and terra cotta tile
Outside fireplace...wood v iron...Outdoor fireplace...Fireplace in bottom...Porch, fireplace...wood color...outdoor fireplace...Love the Wood color
Timber Frame Cottage
Entry canopy and wood detailing above door.
Exterior fireplace back side of interior
Like exterior fireplace. Also, like large
Different levels of peaks and cool fireplace
fireplace accessed from outside as well
Like the wood accents and stone
Don't like the rock columns. Not with wood. Unbalance and ungainly
Robert Young Architects
bluff overlooking Block Island Sound, the property is a flag lot at the edge of a new subdivision, bordered on three sides by water, wetlands, and woods. The client asked us to design a house with a minimal impact on the pristine landscape, maximum exposure to the views and all the amenities of a year
Is that fireplace Gas or Wood?
the part with the dark frame around)
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
wood, shingles, same level and stepdown
outside view of great room fireplace w/large windows bordering
We like the glass and wood look
Indoor and outdoor fireplaces with one chimney. Two flues.
Imagine sitting inside this home, snug beside the fireplace, gazing out at the views through the windows on either side. This chimney’s single volume conceals two flues, as evidenced by the caps at the top: one flue for the interior fireplace, and
Imagine sitting inside this home, snug beside the fireplace, gazing out at the views through the windows on either side. This chimney’s single volume conceals two flues, as evidenced by the caps at the top: one flue for the interior fireplace, and another for the exterior one.
Tucker & Marks
Double doors on either side of the fireplace
casual ranch style with outdoor fireplace
Shakes siding looks like wood but is filament composit shake. Mix of concrete and fiberglass
Nice stone and sitting area. Love the fireplace.
whole thing - shaker siding - out door fireplace
chimney-love that. add a chimney in the LR with stone exterior for on the patio! also love the wood siding and the dormers. feels almost
The exterior, shown here from the rear elevation, features cedar shingles and stone indigenous to the property. Double doors on either side of the fireplace lead into the living and dining rooms.
That dark grey with the red wood is gorgeous.
Again great use of grey orange hues Dark contrast trim will finish it off
grey pallet with warm wood tones
Wood and dark colors together
fireplace exterior and flute
materials, wood with grey stone
orange of natural wood
lighter wood...Wood and grey tones...dark gray...fireplace flue...Roof fireplace...Grey w/ wood...slate grey and wood...wood ceiling...wood railing...wood siding...wood windows
Fergon Architects, LLC
Fergon Architects, LLC
Is it difficult to add second fireplace to pre-existing, internal wood burning fireplace?
Dark stain grey and chimney stone
the fireplace built into the exterior of the chimney, brilliant and surprising but makes so much sense
Fireplace in chimney.
Fireplace outside & inside
Outdoor fireplace...Nice fireplace...Outside fireplace...beach fireplace...The fireplace
nancekivell home planning & design
The adjoining screen house features a wood-burning fireplace, dramatic natural stone veneer and beautifully detailed timber and trim detail. Photo: Paul Crosby
One more clarification- are the shingles also bark semi solid in the area near the fireplace?
What is the color/manufacturer of the stain on the wavy wood siding?
What is the trim material??Wood, Painted PVC?? Who id the manufacturer.. did they custom mold for you?
Thanks so much for the reply... I couldn't tell if it was real wood or plastic/PVC etc!
boards range between 10-12 inch wide and they are tapered like other cedar siding. These boards give you a nice rustic style. You finish them with any wood stain or paint.
Color combo: Coffee or granit siding, dark grey trim, dark vinyl windows, dark wood color looing shakes and roof a sandstone type shingle. Or same as above but put some color to it like hunter green windows and
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