156 new orlean Exterior Design Photos

Meier Residential
Historic Clarksville Reno
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new orleans style home
“The charm of yesteryear” — Home Style Austin
Brandon Construction Co. Inc.
16th Ave
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“pergolas” — tbmcdonnell
Moore Architects, PC
Falls Church Cottage
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Originally built in the 1940’s as an austere three-bedroom partial center-hall neo-colonial with attached garage, this house has assumed an entirely new identity. The transformation to an asymmetrical dormered cottage responded to the architectural character of the surrounding City of Falls Church ne
the volume 45% to the mass of the main house. Materials and detailing express the distinction. While the main house is clad in the original brick and new horizontal siding with trim and details appropriate to its cottage vocabulary, the breakfast room exterior is clad in vertical wide-board tongue-and-groove
Blend of old and new, spacious windows.
a great mix of old and new
“front end entry...cut off all the side, would have to be straight back..taller not wider” — h2ogurl
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Peridot Decorators, Inc.
3 Reviews
Coastal Living Residence
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This four bedroom, three and a half bath, new construction home is located in a beach community in Florida.
would do this color on a new house
Landscaping for new driveway
new construction
“pale green trim” — debbie_luckey
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Nashawtuc Hill Residence
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This 3-acre property in the historic town of Concord merges a new home with surrounding topography and builds upon the neighborhood's historic and aesthetic influences. With ten entrances, the success of place making is rooted in expressing interior and exterior connections. Slabs of antique granite
A formal entry walk of reclaimed bluestone and cobble slice through a sculptural grove of transplanted, mature mountain laurels and azaleas, and a new driveway sweeps past the front entrance of the house leading to a parking court. A meadow forms an intermediate zone between the domestic yard and the
generates heat and melts the snow. However, salt will cause damage to plant roots and, once absorbed by the plant, will cause brown, desiccated edges on new leaves and shoots — or even death. Salts are also corrosive and may damage hardscaping. Last, but not least, these products can be harmful to pets. If
“double dormers” — crysanderson
New Avenue
1 Review
Susan's Cottage: Studio with Upstairs Loft
Ideabooks169
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New Avenue Inc.
New Avenue
“Blue trim” — tobicoughlin
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Nashawtuc Hill Residence
Ideabooks135
Questions1
This 3-acre property in the historic town of Concord merges a new home with surrounding topography and builds upon the neighborhood's historic and aesthetic influences. With ten entrances, the success of place making is rooted in expressing interior and exterior connections. Slabs of antique granite
A formal entry walk of reclaimed bluestone and cobble slice through a sculptural grove of transplanted, mature mountain laurels and azaleas, and a new driveway sweeps past the front entrance of the house leading to a parking court. A meadow forms an intermediate zone between the domestic yard and the
“black shutter w brown roof” — lesliecarol55
Jeffery M Wolf General Contractor, Inc.
6 Reviews
Tierra Verde Remodel
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(upper left) we expanded an existing balcony. We replaced old trellis covers with new tile roof on the two small porches. We added stone to the walls of all the porches. We replaced the hurricane shutters with new shutters and built wood covers over the shutters. Frank Baptie Photography
“Love size of pool” — heffnertd
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