38,103 style-solutions Exterior Design Photos

TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Minnetonka Shingle-Style
Ideabooks24,215
Questions6
We love the rock at the base of the Minnetonka Shingle=Style home. Can you tell us the type of rock used?
Like the division from the basement style area via stonework instead of siding
i like the colors and the overall style of the house
varying window styles
love style and max back
Minnetonka Shingle-Style
like style...Shingle style home...House style...Style of house
“exterior” — Mark Jinks
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Lowcountry Greek Revival | Spring Island, South Carolina
Ideabooks8,955
Questions7
I like this style of roof
love low country style
Love the exterior, style
Traditional home style
Style of house...Like this style...Craftsman style...My style
“Love the southern charm” — Dawn Strecker Ashburn
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks41,808
Questions13
what type and style of windows are these?
Beautiful...Mansion! I too wish to know the color/mftr/style of windows.
Home build - like the upper (wrought iron?) railing style....can someone tell me what this style is please? I expect they are
are custom - but if someone can tell me if there are closer pictures or the style, made of....would be most appreciated. Thank you!
Love this style house color black windows black roof
Love the architectural style but would have given the stairs a little more width and flair.
“grand exterior” — nsohal
REFINED LLC
8 Reviews
Front Exterior
Ideabooks28,485
Questions26
What make, style and color would you call that stone?
Garage doors style and color exterior
Style of the front of house
FAVORITE pillar style
Exterior style & color.
Arc, carriage style...Craftsman style
“Exterior” — alin0902
RWA Architects
Exterior
Ideabooks1,957
Questions5
than its style. Colonial revival foursquares are common, as are Prairie-inspired foursquares. A foursquare is simply a plan with two levels, each two rooms wide and two rooms deep. The style is established in the details of windows, cornices, porches and entrances.
in mind the eclectic nature of the revival, unusual here are the eave brackets, which are reminiscent of the Italianate style. Also note the brick. Many early examples of the style had wood siding, but grand examples were full masonry construction. It was not until the early 1920s that the technique
in mind the eclectic nature of the revival, unusual here are the eave brackets, which are reminiscent of the Italianate style. Also note the brick. Many early examples of the style had wood siding, but grand examples were full masonry construction. It was not until the early 1920s that the technique
“dormer” — lisaluwhereru
Eclectic Exterior
Ideabooks2,400
Questions4
Rustik castel style, but with a low profile.
Some English elements found in this French style house.
this combination of roof line and limestone for the hobbit style bungalow house with
This house references the English Tudor style, which shares some of the characteristics of French eclectic. The forward-facing gable is found less often, but half-timber elements and patterned brick exteriors can be found in early-20th-century originals.
“Stone” — sdtrinkl
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Bluff House
Ideabooks1,870
Questions1
Looks like the creole style plantation homes I toured in Louisiana.
Spanish/Colonial Style. Wraparound veranda. Tall Windows.
One distinctive Lowcountry design move that never goes out of style is a raised first floor. "The first floors were raised off the ground to keep out the floodwaters and to allow breezes to circulate under the house
possible are key elements of plantation style.
One distinctive Lowcountry design move that never goes out of style is a raised first floor. "The first
“veranda” — rcconrad53
roth sheppard architects
Carelli Residence
Ideabooks1,806
Questions0
like combination of shingle style and more modern features. Also like the stone work and big windows
homey version of prairie style
Prairie style deck...House style...Mix of styles...transitional style
“porch” — kentmattison
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