42,883 living-walls Exterior Design Photos

Winn Design & Remodeling
6 Reviews
Oakton Curb-Appeal
Ideabooks17,726
Questions19
Stone. : maybe for walls
The curved retaining wall around the corner
I LIKE THE STONE WALL. I ALSO LIKE THE SHRUBS WITH NO FLOWERS MAKE IT A LITTLE BIT LOWER MAINTENANCE
I really like this curved bed with the low stone wall around the bed. The boxwood shrubs are pretty rounding the curve, and I
Flat rock wall. Clean look
layered low rock wall
Rock wall...stone wall
“Left side” — amymcguire
Whitman Design Build Inc.
5 Reviews
Monte Vista Residence
Ideabooks1,179
Questions3
retaining wall
Paint color of walls
balcony, wall and color scheme
courtyard wall in front
garden wall...low wall...courtyard with wall...Adobe wall...wall color and door
“balcon” — jessealdrete
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Covered entry between the garage and the main entrance
Ideabooks16,978
Questions5
stone wall on opposite side of house along covered walkway
like the columns and low wall
roof wood pillars and stone wall walkway
Stone wall surrounding basement with overhanging for barstools
Wood on wall outside guest suite
covered walkway with stone walls
love rock walls in breezeway
combining retaining wall with column
wall to stack wood...Low stone wall...Stone walls...stone wall
“covered walkway with stone walls” — Heather Dake
Highmark Builders
10 Reviews
2013 Luxury Home-Inver Grove Heights
Ideabooks2,787
Questions8
Stone wall ( looks easy )
Boulder wall to separate the two level and grass ramps on each side
stone wall to divide grad of land
Rock wall. Colors of house
retaining wall...Love the stone wall...Retainer wall...retaining wall
“dark house colors brown and red. different but interesting” — wowohwow
Koffka Phakos Design
12 Reviews
Bel Air Modern
Ideabooks1,202
Questions1
Front entrance. Wood panel mimics a front door. Wall provides privacy
Love private wall including house number
combination plaster and wood wall, and the garage door
Garage door and wall panel
Screen with white wall
Privacy wall at front
ipe details/portions in stucco wall
Number wall...Entry screen wall...Privacy wall...Outside wood wall...stucco wall...white stucco wall...wood slat wall...wood wall
“The look” — pinteresting84
Rainy Sunny
Ideabooks220
Questions1
How did he achieve the opacity in the walls of the exterior?
entry door, and no need for wall
Project: Rainy Sunny Location: Tokyo Year built: 2008 Architects: Masahiro Harada (Mount Fuji Architects) Who lives here: A novelist Size: 860 sf (80 sm)
Project: Rainy Sunny Location: Tokyo Year built: 2008 Architects: Masahiro Harada (Mount Fuji Architects) Who lives here: A novelist Size: 860 sf (80 sm) Special request: "A quiet, but open life."
Project: Rainy SunnyLocation: TokyoYear built: 2008Architects: Masahiro Harada (Mount Fuji Architects)Who lives here: A novelistSize: 860 sf (80 sm)Special request: "A quiet, but open life."
“Urban infill” — patrickbarnidge
Cooper Joseph Studio
Small House in an Olive Grove
Ideabooks261
Questions0
Here is a view of the south end of the guesthouse, with the entrance below the roof overhang. Note also the terrace on the right, part of the 850-square-foot structure’s 1,500 square feet of outdoor living spaces
with the entrance below the roof overhang. Note also the terrace on the right, part of the 850-square-foot structure’s 1,500 square feet of outdoor living spaces.
“pequeña y super bonita” — Ricardo Serrano Burgos
Northern Virginia Contractor
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Mountain Retreat - exterior
Ideabooks529
Questions1
home is a retreat carefully crafted into its unique surroundings. The Mountain Retreat provides a unique and efficient 1,800 sf indoor and outdoor living and entertaining experience. The finished house, sitting partially on concrete stilts, gives way to a striking display. Its angular lines, soaring
runs along the north side of the house. Sheathed inside and out with gray cement board panels, it leads from the ground floor entrance to the main living spaces, which exist in the treetops. Requiring the insertion of pylons, a well, and a septic tank, the rocky terrain of the immediate site had to be
See the stacked windows to the left of the front grey wall. They have extended the cedar trim from window to window. This could be done with your rear wall to get a better balance....with the extending cedar area going above your current windows.
“stilt addition” — timbrewolff
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