2,178 hand stitched Exterior Design Photos

Bernard Andre Photography
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Fred Herring
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and my hands (and the hands of some underpayed laborers, too--- Hey, they all signed the contract, so there! and boo-hoo). Others came, while the building was still being built, And filled my client's mind with confusion and guilt, And derided my work, and said "You are a fool! Did you even attend a
“house modern uniq” — danielyasseri
Fine Lines Construction
Greek Revival Farmhouse
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e are hand-split red cedar shakes with no finish. The photo was taken when they were still new.
Hand split Red Cedar Shingle
“Garage” — summersdm
Great Divide Builders
Beetle Kill Siding Renovation, Breckenridge, CO
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mix of hand scraped wood siding, corrugated rusted steel siding and locally sourced pine beetle kill wood siding, or blue stain pine, and cedar decking was used in the mining style achitecture of this Breckenridge, Colorado home, making it the greenest renovation possible in the Rocky Mountain region
“Railing” — mygirlrose
Modern Exterior
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other hand, is primarily closed, with only a few small openings and the main entry to the dwelling. Here there is an obvious distinction between the lower floor and the upper floor — both are clad in cedar, but the latter is stained black, while the former is left in a more natural finish. This distinction
other hand, is primarily closed, with only a few small openings and the main entry to the dwelling. Here there is an obvious distinction between the lower floor and the upper floor — both are clad in cedar, but the latter is stained black, while the former is left in a more natural finish.This distinction
“Beautiful” — agnesr82
2Scale Architects
3 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
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have on hand). Sorry. Please be aware that many photos online (including ours) have been edited with software and may not reveal the true color. Your computer monitor may also distort the color. Be sure to paint samples on actual walls first. Best of luck.
colors off hand. The siding is James Hardie, standard stuff. Nothing special. It's smooth, not textured. I used several different sizes to create the different patterns and densities of shadow lines. It's another way we took the traditional wood siding look of the historic neighboring homes and made it c
“Brick pillars, roof supports” — mburgess4
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
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house by hand. We’ll need to grow as water thrifty as the Victorians were, with their average use of 20 liters a day. The Victorian cook was also a terrific recycler and wasted no scrap of food.
house by hand. We’ll need to grow as water thrifty as the Victorians were, with their average use of 20 liters a day. The Victorian cook was also a terrific recycler and wasted no scrap of food.See how this modern home captures the rain
“Water tanks” — orangeshirt
Tim Cuppett Architects
10 Reviews
House In Trees
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Like the hand rail design.
hand rail
“Garden stairs from kitchen” — kinychan
Hands-On Construction
1 Review
Blended family entry remodel
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Hands-On Construction
“Green shutters” — richardslone
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