17,890 historical details Exterior Design Photos

Todd Davis Architecture
3 Reviews
Traditional Exterior
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The historical detailing remains, but the contemporary house numbers subtly reinforce the modern design statement made by the choice of paints.
This Victorian Home is sublime in all gray. Utilizing different shades perfectly, the details don't disappear but radiate a cool modernity that fits with the classical architecture.
stylish. The historical detailing remains, but the contemporary house numbers subtly reinforce the modern design statement made by the choice of paints.
“Me gusta el color del piso” — monitalax
CHEATHAM FLETCHER SCOTT ARCHITECTS
Jackson, SC Plantation Home Renovation & Addition
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house.Historic details were carefully matched to make the new construction appear original. These include a wood balustrade that matches the one on the roof, a painted tin roof, shiplap siding, windows and shutters.
“half columns on bottom, brick, ivy, boxwoods” — nyce
New Urban Home Builders
10 Reviews
Pentwater Lake Cottage
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mixing in historical details, Branc says. The area was settled in the mid-1800s and is full of charming Victorian homes. A faux birdhouse under the eaves recalls Italianate Victorian architecture from the late 1800s. Board and batten siding and window boxes add lake-shack style.
“Blue with canvas trim, board and batten siding” — 06405
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Terrell, TX: Tom & Nancy Aldinger
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grand and historic 1883 Victorian residence in Terrell, Texas, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. They also bought the furniture inside, much of it original to the house. The Aldingers then worked tirelessly to restore the house to its original charm — even hiring an interior designer
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even more historical details that a past owner shared with them.
“Love” — Roxana Hiriş
Knight Architects LLC
13 Reviews
Neoclassical Home
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restored historical details throughout this elegant home while adding modern amenities.
Moore Historic Color Hawthorne Yellow HC-4 the shutters were Sherwin Williams Greenblack SW6994 and I believe the trim was Benjamin Moore China White. Catherine M. Knight, AIA
restored historical details throughout this elegant home while adding modern amenities. Color: Hawthorne yellow Ben Moore historical colors HC 4
Moore Historic Color Hawthorne Yellow HC-4
Ben Moore historic Hawthorne yellow hc-4 Ben Moore china white
historic color = hawthorne yellow shutterw=Greenblack 6994 trim Benjamin Moore China white
classical details and the creamy yellow exterior painted Benjamin Moore Hawthorne Yellow the shutters were Sherwin Williams Greenblack SW6994 and the trim was Benjamin Moore China White.
“Yellow cottage mansion” — Danielle Powell
Liquidscapes
10 Reviews
Howard Roberts
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Historical detail
“Tudor diagonal” — bday91
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Wicker Park Residence
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Register of Historic Places, the property has been carefully restored as a single family residence. Exterior work includes new roofs, windows, doors, and porches to complement the historic masonry walls and metal cornices. Inside, historic spaces such as the entry hall and living room were restored while
extends the historic front stair up to attic level, which now includes sky lit bedrooms and play spaces. The Coach House features parking for three cars on the ground level and a live-work space above, connected by a new spiral stair enclosed in a glass-and-brick addition. Sustainable design strategies include
Register of Historic Places, the property has been carefully restored as a single family residence. Exterior work includes new roofs, windows, doors, and porches to complement the historic masonry walls and metal cornices. Inside, historic spaces such as the entry hall and living room were restored while
“Almost our brick” — trac111
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Front Exterior
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This historic home and coach house in a landmark district on Astor Street was built in the late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision
vintage details from the original property whenever possible. Program requirements included five bedrooms, all new bathrooms, contemporary kitchen, salon, library, billiards room with bar, home office, cinema, playroom, garage with stacking car lifts, and outdoor gardens with all new landscaping. The
part of a historic renovation and all of the windows were custom replications of the original windows from the late 1800s, but with modern improvements such as double pane glass. The custom window fabrication was by Salb Sash & Door Company in Chicago. Thanks for your question and good luck with your project
“What a beautiful house” — chrisknox
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