53,161 porch build Exterior Design Photos

Blue Sky Building Company
7 Reviews
Knot On Call
Ideabooks844
Questions1
Another way to do front porch.
Shingle color, roof color and porch trim. Vertical siding maybe on carriage house?
Porch detail, shingle color and roof color - love this.
Build above large garage
Front porch and steps
Long porch, roof, large pillars
Blue Sky Building Company
Front covered porch...Stairs & porch
“Steps” — jsdickerson
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
Phinney Ridge Seattle
Ideabooks1,325
Questions3
1. Only build as much space as you will use. Limiting the space you build will go a long way toward saving money on the immediate and future costs of your project. Aside from the cost savings of building a smaller space, you will realize the long-term savings
1. Only build as much space as you will use. Limiting the space you build will go a long way toward saving money on the immediate and future costs of your project. Aside from the cost savings of building a smaller space, you will realize the long-term savings
“shop porch remodel” — marilyncooley
Robert Young Architects
Lake Guest House
Ideabooks4,971
Questions1
I am busy building a house, in an old barn style. My garage door is fitted on the outside and slide sidewards. How do I protect the wood from rotting from the top?
barn doors to protect building when you are away
Sliding wood doors for screen porch
Stairs to lake if porch on first level
The Lake Guest House might be set back a little bit from the water's edge, but it focuses on the water through large porch and the sliding glass wall that connects inside and outside.
“Deck” — dnalu1
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks4,435
Questions2
our building has this shape and feel maybe
general layout. sun trellis incorporated on different levels/faces of building...
porch with lattice screen at peak
extended gable porch
3 metal buildings connected?
screen covering porch
screened in porch...slats on porch...covered porch
“?Detail of shading. Nice for main bed at the top of the L, or as shown for an outdoor room if a U.” — Laney Clancy
Erotas Building Corporation
4 Reviews
St Paul – Completed in 2002
Ideabooks1,125
Questions5
access to the details at this time. Thanks, Alethia Erotas Building Corporation
Thank you, I'm sure there is a wonderful builder in England who can do a home like this. So glad you like it, it is a great house. Alethia, Erotas Building Corporation
information regarding this home at this time. Thanks, Alethia Erotas Building Corporation
I'm sorry, I do not have that information in my files. Thanks, Alethia Erotas Building Corporation
being able to answer your question at this time. Thanks, Alethia Erotas Building Corporation
Porch and balance of the front
Neoclassical house: full height entry porch
This is a neoclassical style house because it has a full, high entry porch with columns.
“Windows On top of door” — cuby73
Window Works
17 Reviews
a cozy beach getaway
Ideabooks573
Questions1
porch posts - note low porch
Porch Valances look great on this home. It give it a summer "beachy"
wouldn't this be cute inside the porch if I decided to go "beach house" theme and I like the color combo
driveway..upstairs porch..reminds me of Poppaw driveway in Melrose
Awning Idea for Front Porch
porch with cute awnings
Awning for Front Porch
outside building...porch awning...Awning side porch...cottage -porches
“Awning strip” — Monique Kilpatrick
DK Designs, Inc
Chatham Park
Ideabooks1,795
Questions2
hip porch with portico and barrel vault
The Driveway possibly and the Porch?
Nath could build this
Front porch and dormer above
porch and angled garage
hip porch roof and gable
like metal over porch
front porch...Porch peak
“garage additin” — acoventry
The Middleton Group
3 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks1,034
Questions1
I could build this cottage! Above the barn?!
stairs and porch posts are Mohegan Sage; The siding is Carolina Gull; the trim was also painted Carolina Gull but at either 50 or 75% - I will need to go back and look to confirm.
they extended the liveable space upstairs and used that as a roof for the new screened in porch.
“Window trim” — Amy Mestas
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