15,230 home in san francisco Exterior Design Photos

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Another home in San Francisco shows how wood slats (another architectural element I explored in an ideabook) can help create privacy in urban contexts. The tight spacing
Another home in San Francisco shows how wood slats (another architectural element I explored in an ideabook) can help create privacy in urban contexts. The tight spacing
“Slats on glass door” — grovemade
Craig O'Connell Architecture
9 Reviews
Victorian Facade Restoration
This shot shows the new look and subtle paint palette of the stairs. During the Victorian era, homes in San Francisco were reportedly resplendent in bright shades that called out the details of their elaborate facades. But this “Painted Lady” is dressed in subtler hues.Exterior paint by Benjamin Moore
“gray windows” — Studio G+S Architects
David Vandervort Architects
4 Reviews
David Vandervort Architects AIA
The home cascades down the hill
home in San Francisco
black exterior modern home
multi level home idea
King says in a city like San Francisco, where Mediterranean colors and exuberantly hued Victorians rule the landscape, the black trend will change the fabric of the place. “I’m a style
black zen home...Homes design
“design” — mimine
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
van Adelsberg Grant Art Studio
I want this home . I love
All San Francisco home
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Great home design....black zen home
“black” — 9307strt43
Lori Smyth Design
4 Reviews
Del Oro
Do the scale and style of your car match your home? Just kidding! I just like the way this freshly detailed Mini goes with all the other great details of this home's facade: a modern font for the house numbers, neat concrete steps, slatted privacy fence and minimalist landscaping with mounds of grasses
grasses. (See more cars that match their homes.)Need more help? Post a picture of your home as a Design Dilemma on our Discussions page and let the Houzz community pitch in with suggestions.Guides: Paint picks for front door colors and more
if you want,” says King. But he notes that metal or stone skyscrapers or residential homes with bold metal additions will be more permanent landscape markers.
“colors” — chickensusan
Applegate Tran Interiors
10 Reviews
Pacific Heights 2
Photography by: Open Homes Photography
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“Love this color” — elayna
Alex Amend Photography
Love the old Victorian style Painted Ladies houses in San Fran
If I ever lived in San Francisco, this would be the type of house I'd want. Dream world, of course.
pacific heights victorian apartment.. my dream home
Use of layered trim for details -- this place is more ornate, more Italianate and more monochromatic than mine, but good example of San Francisco style double bow windows & flat roof.
love the look of these little town homes
Mills shares his answers to some popular questions:Your ultimate dream-home item? I have everything I have ever wanted and more. That said, I am looking forward to building a roof deck.Four famous people you'd like to have over for dinner? George Nelson, Ray Eames, Charles Eames and Buckminster Fuller
“house color as long as we keep the trim color” — jimmuth
Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Zero Energy House
This project aims to be the first residence in San Francisco that is completely self-powering and carbon neutral. The architecture has been developed in conjunction with the mechanical systems and landscape design, each influencing the other to arrive at an integrated solution. Working from the historic
Zero energy Victorian renovated in San Fran
exterior of modern home in San Francisco
Anderson envisioned the backyard as an extension of the home's living space, particularly appropriate for San Francisco's climate. A water reclamation system and onsite rainwater disposal system were designed, along with organic vegetable plots. The yard, which has an Ipe deck and decomposed granite patio
Back: In a traditional Victorian style, the front of the home is made up of several small rooms, which originally served as parlors. Levy shifted the focus of the house to the back, where the home faces a sunny garden. The front rooms were then reshaped as media, study and entry spaces. Levy and Anderson
“balcon” — gabichu
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