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Farmhouse Exterior
Ideabooks1,233
Questions3
Love this old farmhouse turned home!
old farm house feel and exposed beams, slate floors
old barn look with stone on 3/4 with metal roof and white siding for new house
my dream place! love the old barn , rolling green hills and house
I really like those old style barns, such as the one in the background.
here for nearly a century, but the original farmhouse was gone, with only an old foundation to show it ever existed. When they decided to use the property, the owners discussed several scenarios — including turning the old barn into a home. Lococo helped them decide to create a brand-new house that looked
“Barn conversion” — alex12000
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Front Exterior
Ideabooks8,590
Questions22
Are the brick Hanson Old Savannah or Cherokee Old Savannah?
The brick is "Old Savannah" by Hansen Brick. I believe the mortar is ivory buff. Dresser Homes.
Old Savannah brick by Hansen Brick with ivory buff mortar. Love
brick old looking porch
Nice brick color: "Old Savannah" by Hansen
The bricks are "Old Savannah" from Hansen brick company, distributed locally by North Georgia Brick. The mortar was Ivory Buff.
“Brick, door color” — Kaitlin Mubarak
halfcuttea.com
The Glass House
Ideabooks5,908
Questions2
Reusing old odd widow and doors
The whole concept of all old windows.
Hi, can we please live here? Such an amazing way to re-purpose old antique windows!
pretty awesome greenhouse using old windows
Awesome use of old windows
Old windows and doors
Old vintage reclaimed windows!
old windows
“Everything ever” — Catherine LoMedico
Wyant Architecture
5 Reviews
Farmhouse Addition
Ideabooks3,178
Questions1
Assimilation roof as the old building
Cool old farmhouse with modern addition
addition to old house.
Modern Extension onto old
old meets new...Old vs. new: clear
“I like the lighting as well as the general layout.” — Alexei Reyes
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks3,477
Questions4
exterior use of old barn wood
Is it a dumb idea to use old wood for siding? I like this look and
This is an example of the gray weathered wood and a stone with some gray in it. It's a cool old house in Vermont.
old barn-colored siding with stone
old barn wood?...Trim on old cedar...Old barn...Old board siding
“Roof line” — syork28
ARCHIA HOMES
16 Reviews
Wilsondale Carriage House addition
Ideabooks1,646
Questions1
too tall, but kinda like the big old barn idea
the white is too stark with the weathered siding (Installed old and not as even as our weathering will be with time...but still)
New doors / windows added to old barn.
Old wood and lots of windows
Love the old wood look
Old salvaged tobacco barn
old school new
“Home” — rgadams
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Massachusetts Farm House
Ideabooks1,381
Questions9
i absolutly love the chimneys on each roof and the old fashioned look.
homeowner. "We wanted it within the scale of the house.”“Almost every old farmhouse has been added on to over time,” Crisp says. “You don’t necessarily need or want to make an addition identical to an old house, but you want to respect the old house. That’s our mantra."
“water table” — annarobin2012
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
Ideabooks9,972
Questions6
Love the mix of old and new
The old barn, near the top of one of the rolling hills, was in a bad state of disrepair; they had it carefully disassembled in a way that they could reuse the materials in the future. Bickford, of Northworks Architects and Planners, sited the new house just above where the old barn had stood, incorporating
of the old barn. The footprint, including the large north-facing porch shown here, is roughly 75 feet long and 26 feet wide. The materials emulate those of barns in the surrounding countryside, with red cedar siding and a tin-coated copper roof that will develop a patina over time.
Northworks Architects and Planners, sited the new house just above where the old barn had stood, incorporating the remains of its limestone foundation walls around the pool. Meanwhile, the family made plans to use as much of the old structure as possible for future projects and in some of their furniture
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