113 removable vinyl wall art Exterior Design Photos

Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
8 Reviews
West Philadelphia Addition
Ideabooks254
Questions1
Photography by Jeffrey Totaro. Walls are salvaged from an art gallery in Center City Philadelphia. It was realized once the wood was removed from the gallery that it had already been salvaged once before, so this is the wood’s third home. The kitchen table is a Henredon drop leaf table, purchased at
“Solarium” — anik17
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
6 Reviews
Once Upon a Front Porch
Ideabooks1,715
Questions2
My home is a small brick home. With top section of vinyl . My question is how or what is best to brighten up my brick. We have steamed cleaned it but I just don't like it.
Thank you for your question. If you do not like the color of your brick you could consider painting or staining. Another option would be to construct a wall trellis playing off an architectural detail of your home and plant a flowering vine. Feature the trellis and use the brick as a back drop.
Love the stucco walls...if it it stucco, the round entry door with stone accent is fabulous.
“Whitish stone n pretty door” — tansokbee
Legerton Architecture. P.A.
1 Review
Legerton Architecture
Ideabooks5,289
Questions4
Rock wall with planter for front patio
Dark vinyl also like the concrete and pavers no yard
Arts & crafts...Stone wall...stone wall
“great idea for our driveway entry” — ndarin
Banta Builders LLC
Historic Home Renovation
Ideabooks2,684
Questions3
Brown or tan vinyl, craftsman wood door, white trim, touch of brick on porch pillars and porch steps colored sidewalk. Conservative, approach.
Wall color is Valspar's Lyndhurst Stone.
Arts & Crafts house...Arts & Crafts style
“Muntins” — jonnyhay9
Michael Lyons Architect
5 Reviews
Farmhouse
Ideabooks394
Questions3
It's poured like a traditional concrete drive with rebar & while still pliable approx. 4" wide bands of the wet concrete are removed through to the soil exposing the rebar. This allows the whole driveway to remain monolithic. While still workable, the edges are rolled over giving a natural "stone" look
stamped with a slate texture.Between the joints I added 1/2"-to 1" black Tejas rock. One could try grasses.You can see, this process is a bit of an art form. Michael
stone / 7033 brainstorm bronze 7508 tavern taupe 7509 tiki hut 7031 mega greige 7032 warm stone Stain sw Yankee barn 3505, cider mill 3512, mission wall 3502 semi transparent stain
“Dream house” — Gnet Cuenca
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
IdeaGarden
Ideabooks3,587
Questions2
Exterior when we add on- I like the wood walls
new structure with a larger kitchen. She used the old storage rooms to create one large dining room that opens to the gardens. Asbestos siding was removed and replaced with painted Hardie board on the main house and V-groove cedar siding in different widths on the addition. The red bay window extends
“Window overhangs” — Robert Juris & Associates Architects, Ltd.
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Leftwich Residence
Ideabooks14,975
Questions11
How to modernize kitchen ceiling soffits without removing them .?
the roof lighting options. the possible art room above the home. the stone base mix with stucco siding. love the roof, exterior lighting accents and greenery.
stone wall
“Roof” — apmogalo
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Bon Ton Residence
Ideabooks8,502
Questions4
I am building a home with a very similar rear elevation, same patio. Right now the roofline ends at the furthest wall on the back and stops. What you've done here is very smart and I am considering the same -- bringing the patio out 3-4 feet and extending the roofline
any home improvement job, ask around for recommendations, check references and ask for price estimates before deciding on a pro. You can find radon removal pros on Houzz and through your state radon office.
“Backyard” — yoopiii
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