376 tear drop lighting Exterior Design Photos

Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Vermont Riverbank Farmhouse
Ideabooks206
Questions0
Riverbank Farmhouse's exterior, from an alternative view, showing the walk out basement. By Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design. Photo Credit: Susan Teare
The really light grey siding works great with white trim.
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
Side hill drop off
“Exterior colors” — jessboth
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Quonset Hut
Ideabooks617
Questions0
Quonset hut? This project in South Carolina — a house and office for the architects — incorporates an existing World War II surplus hut instead of tearing it down. The sides of the structure, which contains the living and dining and kitchen spaces, are opened up with windows, so the impression of the
This project in South Carolina — a house and office for the architects — incorporates an existing World War II surplus hut instead of tearing it down. The sides of the structure, which contains the living and dining and kitchen spaces, are opened up with windows, so the impression of the
perfect use of quonset, light and bright look..
Quonset hut? This project in South Carolina — a house and office for the architects — incorporates an existing World War II surplus hut instead of tearing it down. The sides of the structure, which contains the living and dining and kitchen spaces, are opened up with windows, so the impression of the
“the colors and windows” — Brenda Holman
jARCHITECTS: Jim Rymsza, AIA
5 Reviews
Craftsman Second Story Addition
Ideabooks8,404
Questions10
A complete tear-off and new second floor now graces this this Seattle bungalow. A 3-Star Built-Green remodel, new energy efficient details were used through-out. This home was featured on the Cover of Fine Homebuilding Houses Issue #203 Summer 2009
the project worked well for us. We sold the property and recouped our investment, made a small profit and became neighborhood heroes for preventing a tear down and overs-scaled replacement. -Jim (j ARCHITECTS)
Brick, light blue w white trim and red door.
Bottom of posts made to match house siding. No post in center. Could add a post light there & take out old ceiling fixture. Note trims under eves.
it does increase the need for indoor lighting, the energy savings can be minimal. This type of coating is good for special applications.Spectrally selective coatings. These coatings are great because they cut out 40 to 70 percent of the heat but still allow the light through. That means a low U-factor
“Tie in” — resavage14
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Stuart Silk Architects | Limited PS
5 Reviews
Selah Residence
Ideabooks3,650
Questions1
Love the lights in pool for night swimming
Modern contemporary feel Old rustic stone Foot lights at stairs and entrances Overall layout
Drop down to lower level
Pool and layers tears
Bright lighting
“Lights” — cjrose12
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
Brunstrom Residence
Ideabooks872
Questions1
two teared rock wall not so interesting
jst that it combines two light colors - a lite grey and the light stone; I've been wondering how the stucco we have would look with cream/grey siding
light colored rock siding
Idea to drop. 10 ft
“Rock” — ldamit
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
17 Reviews
City: Kirkland Residence
Ideabooks15,752
Questions7
Window fixed shutters and door dark in light brick
circular or tear drop driveway
Light postsn...outdoor lighting
“classic” — pbrhouse
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks4,309
Questions3
it’s a straightforward task similar to gutter maintenance. A quick sweep of the roof and an inspection of the membrane for tears should be done when clearing the drains, and tears fixed when noticed.
With warm woods, plush furnishings, soft lighting, a raging fireplace, and open floor plan what more would you need to feel comfortable living with less?
“Love this look” — chaninpeterson
Conner & Buck
Mountain Camp Renovation with New Barn
Ideabooks79
Questions0
Like windows up high and how it drops off
Susan Teare Photography
“barn and windows” — cherylq2
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