131,835 home window Exterior Design Photos

Southview Design
14 Reviews
Front Yard Raingarden
Ideabooks2,350
Questions3
contrasting dark window cladding with complementing siding and roofing
Profile and Roof. At the top, 2 windows on one side, and 1 window a little way behind. At the bottom a roof for L/R & Entry and then another roof for garage (matching but different)
Little windows at the top and metal roof.
Galvalum, color scheme, window color
metal roof window style
metal roof and windows
black window
“Galvalum, color scheme, window color” — sessy324
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
E. 8th Street House
Ideabooks3,757
Questions7
White window frames and grey tiles
wrap around rectangular windows for garage. X
Window and different exterior finishes
patterned. silver look windows
silver trim windows...window wraping...Window placement...corner window
“exterior” — xoxxox
Okanagan Dream Builders Ltd.
11 Reviews
Shearer/Vanrooijen - Kelowna BC
Ideabooks2,632
Questions6
Would you share your gutter manufacture and the metal over window?? So awesome!
gutter system. From there you just need a good stainless steel welder. We typically do all in house installations ourselves. The material over the window is also stainless steel sheets. The stainless steel looks absolutely amazing. Thanks.
“Gray house” — dhames515
Michael Kelley Photography
7 Reviews
Southern California Homes
Ideabooks1,848
Questions3
The last home designed by architect Paul R Williams, noted architect of buildings such as the Beverly Hills Hotel and LAX Theme Building
Beautiful Home! What are the names of the black and white shades that were used here?
we are building a home much like this one in west texas and want it to be white brick with black shutters and roof. we are having problems finding
Southern California Homes 1 by Michael Kelley Photography
Black on cream w white windows
“Future home” — leens29
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Stone Georgian Home
Ideabooks7,082
Questions5
Who manufactured the windows? Are they true divided lights?
Pretty brick exterior, lots of windows
My ideal house. Love the color of the stone, the symmetry, black shutters, detail of the entry. Would make first floor windows floor-to-ceiling
Georgian-inspired home shown here illustrates several common details that are characteristic of that style, several signatures of which allude to Renaissance classical architecture. These include the symmetrical front with five rows of windows and a detailed entrance under a center upper window. Visual balance
Tell us: Have you researched your home's history? What resources have you found most helpful?Roots of Style: How Did Your Home Get Its Look?
“front door ornamentation” — sgdryer
Opus Signature Homes
Waterfront Homes - Exteriors
Ideabooks201
Questions0
Photography by Revival Productions & Opus Signature Homes
windows on the far left section
Love that style of windows.
Waterfront Homes - Exteriors
Opus Signature Homes
Love these windows!...The windows!!!...Design and windows...Love windows...oxeye window
“Love these windows!” — efenske85
Chip Webster Architecture
2 Reviews
Jetties House
Ideabooks931
Questions1
Architecture:Chip Webster Architecture Interiors: Kathleen Hay Nantucket home nearby Jetties Beach.
this is how the front should look like. Kathleen Hay Nantucket home nearby Jetties Beach.” “shed dormers
Like the style of the house, all the windows. I also like
like craftsmen homes.
Lower level porch and windows
exterior window trim
top window...dream home!...cool window on top...around the windows...porch and windows
“roofline of front dormer” — noahstein
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
New Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks590
Questions1
Linking of upstairs and downstairs windows is successful
maybe someday add onto our ranch to create a much larger home with some punch!
Roof, Siding and WindowsWe've tackled the big sources of water infiltration, so now it's time to look at the small ones, which can still cause big headaches. Generally, we find out about these leaks only when we see a brown spot on the ceiling or a drip though the window header. But if you know what
catch problem spots before you have interior damage.If you live where it snows, think about the water your house will make from that snow. Unless your home is superinsulated, the heat escaping from it will melt some of the snow before the sun does. When that melted snow reaches overhangs that are colder
“big, simple” — Holly Hartman
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