62,259 plant roofs Exterior Design Photos

Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
Hoffman_Exterior.jpg
Ideabooks2,124
Questions4
house remodel idea - like the long slanted roof over the pool and the house encapsulated in the front - would have to have tall ceilings in the house part
casual screened porch -- imagine in backyard w/plants, etc.== need quote.
If don't do 3 season room off garage, consider extending roof over a screened in porch by house
solar top of the roof by the swimming pool...
slanted roof with second story behind
Wonder if we could use this roof line?
“door” — dinaz31
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SALA Architects
4 Reviews
Down to Earth
Ideabooks1,139
Questions3
The walls are obviously concrete - are they constructed from hollow concrete blocks? What material was used for the roof? Looks great, were solar panels used?
I like the dark roof coupled with the dark edging around the
Blends into the natural surroundings. Contrast of concrete and warmth of wood. Roof is interesting
See through entry and roof design
“Connecting idea” — gourdartist
Mark Hickman Homes
2 Reviews
Front Over Hang
Ideabooks1,435
Questions5
Stone color and texture, random stonework, overhang, copper gutters, slate roof
chairs and rock wall, tile roof
stone color exterior would go with brick and slate roof??
the architectural wood detail the roof line and the doors.
roof color tiles...Roof supports...Supports roof...roof, stucco...Roof, gutters...potted plants...slate roof
“Urn with flowers, bistro table and chairs” — patleskar
RJ Dailey Construction Co.
1 Review
Private Woodside Home
Ideabooks2,553
Questions3
House Colour Roof tiles
terracotta roof tiles and dark window frames
Roof style...Like roofs...Roof tiles...roof line style...roof over entry...Tile roof...Roof lines...mass planting...tile roof
“Groupe moderne” — hajarivony
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Cape Cod Shingle Style
Ideabooks6,348
Questions1
Walk out deck from second story roof is irregular
Second story deck on roof
variety you choose. It can range anywhere from approximately 1 to 3 feet high. This will affect your plans for placement when you're plotting out a planting plan.
put flowers/plants around shed
dormer detail on hip roof
plants in front of windows
Love this roof...eaves and roof....Roof overhang...roof, dormers, trim...Roofing supports
“landscape around pond bldg” — doldun
John Lively & Associates
6 Reviews
JLA
Ideabooks3,991
Questions5
walkway goes through bed of plants
idea of making this roof style over open air patio in front of the house
hill country home, metal roof, landscaping and porch
metal roofs? Overall elevation (different stone)
so not a stone enclosed entry but here is a combo triangle and side porch. triangle taller. but here flat part works because of flat roof? Note: Eyebrows way too HEAVY
“addition” — 229ryan
Contemporary Exterior
Ideabooks6,920
Questions3
How tall is the roof..highest point from deck?
the front deck with over hanging roof
under area of roof and supports
Love all the windows and the gabled roof
Exterior design, roof
Plants under the deck
extended roof out front
Like the roof columns
Pathway and plants...Back patio roof...Inside roof...Post roof supports...Plants under deck...roof trusses
“/"” — kpalm12
The Couture Rooms
1 Review
Conservatory/Family Space
Ideabooks1,223
Questions0
And they say my roof is crazy!! Well I can make Houzz too !!!!
I don't want white. I would use roof and gutters to collect water.
use half of this lenthwise ..... gable over entry door, shed roof along length of porch, lots of windows
roof lines, windows, stone base
GLASS ROOF...Stairs and roof...roof/side gable...shape of roof...Roof shape...container plants...potted plants
“glass extension” — ayoushaiqbal
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