9,342 old wood floor Exterior Design Photos

Jobe Corral Architects
East Side Residence
remind visitors of the intrinsic value of the old materials. Salvaged long leaf pine used at the floors and walls brings warmth to the entry, and is seen
the 100 year-old home is relatively unchanged and matches the character of the surrounding neighborhood. Inside, the intersection of old / new construction
seen again at the courtyard soffit. Photography by: Casey Woods
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Buena Vista Residence
other level. Beautiful old-looking wood floors. transom windows over tall sliders for even more light.
openings on both floors; deck w/ visibility
everything about this place, the stud height, the layering of steel, brick and wood, and the flow through the main living areas
and how lots of glass and simple details doesn't always differ greatly from old buildings.
Mesh / wood railing as pool fencing??
“expanding island seems really cool, but where to you store all the chairs? Maybe the bench is a bet” — pwarrenb
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
exterior siding? Is it wood siding that is natural or stained?
Is this wood siding that has been stained
What kind of exterior wood is this? Any stain
This looks like our wood from Centennial Woods. Is it perhaps?
Is it a dumb idea to use old wood for siding? I like this look and we could scavenge plenty of wood.
“maybe?” — dlydig
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Woodfield Brady Architects
House, Henley on Thames
I don't know how it works on this site, but could I also ask to see a floor plan? ^__^
also asked whether we can make the floor plans available. For our clients' privacy we would not usually publish floor plans, but on the website there is
Wow so unique! A blend of old and modern!
I love the old English house feel with the modern extension. The combinations is perfect
Addition - good fit for top floor
“Combines classic and modern” — David Huizinga
JB Architecture Group, Inc.
2 Reviews
Custom Architecture
What is the material you used for the flooring of the porch and front steps? It looks so much like wood! Is it?
make something like this for my front porch. Also what type of wood was used to the porch floor and steps. I live in northeaster New Jersey. Are referral
How big is the third floor? Is it third floors' square?
feet is this house? It's beautiful - any interior/floor plan pics around?
Do you have a floor plan I could view please?
photo but here's one call Old Mill (clay paver) that would work great with the colors on this home.
Will these colors look really good with Old Mobile Brick or Old Chicago Brick? (I need a two or three color trim, doors and door
I also would LOVE to see the floor plan and possibly buy it to build our own!
no first and second floor plan
“combo shingles and siding” — tlrpshop
Ryan Rhodes Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Magnolia Residence
What type of wood is the siding an how did you achieve that effect? Thanks!
affection of snow or rain?is all the wood on the exterior cedar?
difficult to install (routing the duct through the counter & under the floor). If it comes down to a choice of an overhead range hood installed higher
Like two woods together..don't like house
wood siding to replace white siding on my house
How does this wood take the affection
“exterior” — Christina Littleton
Bagnato Architects
1 Review
How do u warm up the house with these floors?
have done an amazing job with this home. It is a great example of mixing old and new in a modern fashion. Do you only build in Australia? -Love it-
Are you able to apply this material to traditional wood frame construction or does it require Masonry? If so I'm curious why?
this incorporates the old with the new so beautifully
set up to encourage dramatic modern architectural gestures to distinguish old and new structures. Take the example shown here: a historic church from 1892
1. 1892 Anglican church conversion in MelbourneThe perfect marriage of old and new, this Melbourne conversion offers open-plan living at its finest.
“Love the new and old together” — sandrahurley
Erin Johnson Interiors, LLC
4 Reviews
Castle Rock Craftsman Home
could you please email floor plans to sunrisedelivery@midconetwork.com
What stain colour did you use for the wood?
Hi-hate to ask but is the portico / wood pillars real wood or a faux? I love them but cringe on
Love to see the floor plan , can you please send to bijishr@gmail.com
Can you email us the floor plan - smecherle5@gmail.com
for a floor plan? Regards- Andrew fairhurst75@gmail.com
would it be possible to find out how I can get a copy of this floor plan please
I love it, the contrast between the wood & stone work is just lovely. Any chance I could see a copy of the floor plan please. Thank you and good job
to share the first floor plan with us. Sorry. Thanks - EJI
Jeld-Wen and the wood is Knotty Alder....They are real wood and stained
“like” — comers1955
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