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6,266 old lampshade Exterior Design Photos
Church Hill Landscapes, Inc.
Charlotte Entry Garden
picture, old farmhouse and attached barn...... our original target
roof, tie in and connection from old house to new; barn
of our old house...Old house
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Arkin Tilt Architects
me of old homesteads in Texas...or something Polynesian. Not sure how this would work in a cold climate.
Modern and old. Cool.
what was old and what was new. “It’s nice to distinguish one from the other to understand the history of the building, and not make it look like it all used to be this way,” says Tilt.
Mix old with new
old wood with stucco looks nice but old world or mediterrranean
rustic, old-world looking windows. The light by the door is cool.
use of old timbers and stone worked in...and the roof looks slate. I'd rather have slate or metal (preferably metal)
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
took the old steel 1950's panel windows out. I Would like to add a wooden trim on the outside. Something similar to the photo. A lot of the the homes in Santa Fe, NM have this type of window trim.
old painted brick walls; river rock walkway
Like the old feel of this entry
Door, old wood
Moore Architects, PC
between old and new. Photos: Hoachlander Davis Photography
Old farm house look with red door
between old and new.Photos: Hoachlander Davis Photography
Old houses are the best
where could I do this with old geographics?
use for old phonebooks
Old phone books, chic? Believe it. Massed tightly along a wall, they create graphic and textural interest. The soft covers bend slightly to create a sense of movement — hardbacks would feel much more rigid.
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
disheveled old sheds and barns into a connected whole. The aim is to play up the idea of organic growth over time, without jarring contrasts between old and new buildings. The sheds set the stage, one of them acting as a gate lodge that you go through to get to the house. The language and materials of
isn’t an old farm building. Photography by Robert Brewster