52,455 mid-century modern Exterior Design Photos

BUILD LLC
Innis Arden Remodel
Ideabooks428
Questions1
This mid-century modern home was updated to last another 50 years. Although modest in size, the plan was intelligently reconfigured to accommodate a family
“How it is solid and goes to shorter slatted style. Could be a way to taper it off.” — jonschmitz
BUILD LLC
Innis Arden Remodel
Ideabooks146
Questions0
This mid-century modern home was updated to last another 50 years. Although modest in size, the plan was intelligently reconfigured to accommodate a family
“doors to outside” — efmyers79
BUILD LLC
Innis Arden Remodel
Ideabooks23
Questions0
This mid-century modern home was updated to last another 50 years. Although modest in size, the plan was intelligently reconfigured to accommodate a family
“Japanese garden style” — Michael Heukels
CHRISTIAN DEAN ARCHITECTURE, LLC
2 Reviews
South Tyrol Remodel
Ideabooks125
Questions0
Exterior renovation to mid-century modern home. New composite cement board siding, cypress siding, railings, and soffits. Photo: Chad Holder
“yes” — rachelburrell
BUILD LLC
Innis Arden Remodel
Ideabooks26
Questions0
This mid-century modern home was updated to last another 50 years. Although modest in size, the plan was intelligently reconfigured to accommodate a family
“Up light maple” — Michael Heukels
CHRISTIAN DEAN ARCHITECTURE, LLC
2 Reviews
South Tyrol Remodel
Ideabooks157
Questions1
Exterior renovation to mid-century modern home. New composite cement board siding, cypress siding, railings, and soffits. Photo: Chad Holder
“Fiber cement panels” — snakeplisken50
Cablik Enterprises
2 Reviews
Argonne Residence Back Exterior
Ideabooks4,066
Questions4
Atlanta modern home designed by Dencity, LLC and built by Cablik Enterprises.
The clean straight lines & the modern look.
Perfection of mid century design...Beautiful modern...Modern 4...modern house...Modern home...modern pool
“the house is made up of lines” — _erikaperez16
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
Washington Park
Ideabooks171
Questions1
From the street, this house once again appears essentially as it did when first design by Paul Hayden Kirk in 1955. Later modifications to the house were stripped away in this 2010 renovation, restoring the original spare, airy aesthetic. The west wing of the house was expanded, and the internal plan reorganized to provide for a more spacious kitchen and separate media room on ...More
“like the windows would add sliding window to open the house up more than just two doors” — crowt158
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