283,382 house exteriors Exterior Design Photos

Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
32. Small 1950s Eichler Expansion
My organization intends to construct ECO - friendly houses for orphans in East-Africa, any suggestions/help?
will live in an Eichler. I was a participating artist in the San Mateo Eichler Home Tour in May where I furnished all of the paintings for the entire house. I loved these homes growing up in the Bay Area and I love them more then ever now.
Shipping containers... the future of mass produced modular housing. While they may not sound too appealing at first - there are fantastic things being done with them in places like Rotterdam. And being steel they
keep the siding, trim and accent colors on your exterior light and neutral, you can put any color you desire on the front door. A deep saturated red works great here. This is a smart exterior color palette for a home in a hot climate, because light house colors don't absorb as much heat as darker colors
“paint color” — 101064
Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
11 Reviews
Santa Cruz Residence
neat exterior and contrast of textures
This door sports a beautiful cool bluish purple that helps it stand out against the olive-green and light taupe siding. I like how the landscaping picks up the house's exterior colors and the warm-hued pavers offer a clean
The house pulls in all the colors that surround it, making it look more natural. Uncut edges on siding adds to the rustic feel of the structure.
8. Add landscaping. If your exterior paint went on brighter than you expected, but you don't want to repaint, try investing in landscaping instead. Lush green foliage and blooming flowers can go a long way toward helping your house fit in with its surroundings. The gorgeous home and
purple of the home repeated in the landscape, drawing the eye in. Just as with interior paint (or even more so) it is important to test exterior paint on your house before committing. Test all of the colors you're considering using (siding, trim, front door) to be sure they work together as well as
“alspar's Vibrant Violet for a similar purple,” — kcirederf75
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Please tell me how you finished off the stone wainscot on the house.
You are looking at the shadows from the wood trellis,just regular glazing on the house
Exterior colors - use of wood & stone
extends beyond both sides of the entrance, shading a number of rooms with one assembly. The construction perfectly complements the stone of the house's exterior and the landscaping elements.
“shade” — callos2k
Must-Know Moderns
Schröder House (1924), Utrecht, Netherlands, designed by Gerrit Rietveld Photograph: Wojtek Gurak' photostream on flickr, used under the Creative Commons license.
Rietveld Schröder House at a Glance Year built: 1924 Architect: Gerrit Rietveld Location: Utrecht, Netherlands Size: 1,200 square feet
lines can be similarly grasped in the Rietveld Schröder House's exterior. Here we see the "front" of the house, which would have faced the open meadows in the 1920s. Instead of the traditional brick walls with windows like its neighbors, the house is a layering of painted planes with large openings, both
interior. A horizontal plane serves as a sunshade over the windows of the living-dining space, though it seems to be more important in terms of the house's three-dimensional composition of planes.
“Design” — florencechirisah
Stephen Turvil Architects
Old Telephone Exchange
begins close to the house, with space for just a small terrace outside the French windows. This increases its connection to the house’s interior, so it can easily be enjoyed from within.
Paint exterior woodworkBlack has long been used as a shade for treating and painting house exteriors. This old telephone
installed for a very streamlined look, but you could take inspiration from the wooden homes dotting the beach at Dungeness in Kent and team a black wooden exterior with bright yellow window frames, or another hot, contrasting shade.
“the great natural look” — Mac Devereux Harborough Decorators
The Impatient Gardener
Cottage portico
something very close). I've since changed it to BM Down Pour Blue. You can see both versions here: http://www.theimpatientgardener.com/2011/08/white-house-with-blue-door-gets-paint.html
way cute! would look good on a small house.
curved step for side entry on front of house
passive cooling and shelter, as in this example, roof overhangs also save doors and windows from bad weather (saving you money), and protect a house's exterior and foundation from water runnoff.
A deeper indigo adds to the cottage charm of this house, and keeps the door from visually receding beneath the overhang.
“Love the landscaping” — pamelafort57
Solaris Inc.
1 Review
Flyway Drive Residence
We want to do our beach house with a glare reduction window and these look like they have the color / look we would like to incorporate. Thanks!
How many square feet is this house?
Have you found windows to use in your beach house yet?
Love the house, wish it was greener
Love the back of this house! Love the windows!
amazing back exterior to take in the views, no doubt windows galore!
Figured you like this house because of the window
“Porches!” — Jacqueline Barrois
Eclectic Exterior
Would you be kind enough to let me see the plan for this house please?
Is there a front to this house? Could you share it?
Please describe the exterior building materials on this house. Thanks.
How many rooms are there in this house!?!
red and trim is cream...yes? Also, is the exterior cedar shakes?
Can I please have access to the plans for this house? I'll be greatful
I will love to build my home with your design, is there a way that I can have some form of access to your house plans? If so please advise, it will be greatly
ceiling/rafters. I love this house! It's beautifully done.
Beautiful house! How much was this house?
Need to see photos of the interior of this house! Including bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, and the rest .... its is Beyond amazing!!
“Front steps and entrance” — langstonlori
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