23,453 path lights Exterior Design Photos

David Johnston Architects
3 Reviews
Feldman Exterior
Ideabooks4,815
Questions4
Lots of windows and inside lighting
layers and lighting....Love windows....lighting....beautiful
“Idaho” — margaretb1977
Rainier Pacific Development
Interchange
Ideabooks1,600
Questions0
simplicity of the building as well as lighting and exterior colors
The door and lighting...Light on entrance
“façade” — oliviadlxt
KCS, Inc.
Mill Valley Estate
Ideabooks4,540
Questions7
What is the light beige color of the ext. walls?
Light. Is stain on a front door durable?
light stucco, gray stone, gray facia
“Two kinds of stone” — Margaret Sand Renner
PHX Architecture
6 Reviews
Peterson Architecture & Associates
Ideabooks8,267
Questions5
Inlike the Geometric cactus planting contrast with gravel. And dramatic lighting
Honestly I love the lighting, the glass door and pathhway design. The home is beautiful!
Cladding, color and lighting
“Jardin” — Fito Del Valle
hughesumbanhowar architects
6 Reviews
Big Timber Riverside
Ideabooks708
Questions0
Tons of large windows to give lots of natural light.
Space & lots of natural lights...Good natural lighting
“Montana ranch” — Lina
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
River House
Ideabooks4,098
Questions5
Single story except one popup for light and air
Add morning light into west kitchen with the pop-up roof.
Light windows
“low pitch roof” — lgupilot
Fearns Studio
Bondi House
Ideabooks1,064
Questions0
The courtyard gives natural light to the social areas
6. Bondi terrace sees the lightThis historic terrace has not just been extended at the rear, but has also
modern pendant lights
“outdoor decking” — kmandrew
Tallman Segerson Builders
Tallman Segerson Portfolio
Ideabooks5,363
Questions5
absence of spring and summer’s brilliant color palette — in autumn’s soft, low light — these colors allow the eye to relax. Like the stones in this house, wabi-sabi
The clean light trim is a nice contrast to the earthy stone
absence of spring and summer’s brilliant color palette — in autumn’s soft, low light — these colors allow the eye to relax. Like the stones in this house, wabi-sabi
“pebble stone look” — jill1468
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