10,070 red carpet Exterior Design Photos

Fred Martin, AIAP
Fred Martin, AIAP
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Where can I buy a similar red runner?
Wreaths, Red & White
Love the red carpet entrance
Red carpet...The red carpet...Red bows
“My idea of a postcard Christmas home decor” — debberschroeder
beatrice Jullien
alfombra roja event 2010
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rdia; red Carpet
Event;concordia; red Carpet
“Elephants going towards fountain on angle” — melanynola
Augusten Muller Homes
Mayfair Custom Home
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red carpet
“HUEVO DE PUERTA” — dainitin
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Rocky Mountain Retreat
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Like the gray with the cranberry red trim
bright red trim against weathered gray
Red door against weathered barn wood
1. Red trim or a red door. When snow is covering the rooftops and walkways, nothing stands out quite like a bright, clear red. Paint your trim, front door or both in this bold hue, and your home will instantly stand out in a sea of bare trees and white drifts.
Red on exteriors. Red has a long history
history as an exterior color. Think of red barns, red doors and red temples. A bright, clear red trim can look splendid against weathered wood siding or shingles, or make a bold statement on a white house. To go with red as an allover exterior color, try a slightly dulled, warm cranberry; it tends to be
“Love the colors. Like Fort Grand portage” — kirstenandjon
Farmhouse Exterior
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White with red against red with white
cute and simple minus the red roof.
FRONT DOOR- GREEN RED TIN ROOF
White House red roof
Everything - the red roof
without the red roof!
like porch, red roof.
Love the red metal roof
Red roof white walls
farmhouse with red roof
Red roof, white siding
Red roof...red roof!!...love the red roof...Red tin roof...red roof, but...Beautiful red roof...white red...Roof red...Red Roof?...red roof
“roof” — Kristin Yarnell
Jill Carlson
Exterior
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Do you know what this red color is called? Who is it made by?
what brand is the lighthouse red?
What brand is the lighthouse red. We'd like to paint our house this color!
red siding white windows grey roof
just like my red house - only ours is done in shingles
Paint: Red Barn by Sherwin Williams
red for front door-horizontal white band
Crane board siding in lighthouse red
“Red” — ofelia1
Burr & McCallum Architects
Residence in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
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red paint with green windows-ray, do you like this?
Dark red against hunter green is awesome
Feel free to experiment with trim and accent colors. While green window frames with a red body color might not be the most obvious choice, this look
or alternating color doesn't get lost in all of that vibrant red.
pair red with darker slate like grey shingle
red (and green) for lake home!
Feel free to experiment with trim and accent colors. While green window frames with a red body color might not be the most obvious choice, this look can certainly enliven an exterior. Also consider a lighter gray or beige for trim and accents. This is especially nice where there's a lot of window
window area; the contrasting or alternating color doesn't get lost in all of that vibrant red.
“Hhmmmm...” — Brooke Yuresko
TEA2 Architects
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Lake Superior Residence
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What is the name of the red you used and the name of the white you used? THANKS!
They are cedar shingles, with "Tile Red" Semi-Solid by Cabot. White Trim is color matched to Loewen "Stone White" color.
The stain color was "Tile Red" semi-solid stain by Cabot.
I like the red and gray stone. Never really thought about this color!
Not Red! Just the stone.
red shingle siding and cultured stone
Red wood white trimming dark brown door
Red semi-solid stain by Cabot, soft red
“Red shingles” — Kiley Hoyt
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