474 tiny Exterior Design Photos

Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Lilyfield House
Ideabooks2,813
Questions2
a new, tiny home office on the site of the 100 year old home's outhouse. Plywood sliding doors with an acrylic roofing infill (the same material used on the veranda) open up at the corner to create the feeling of more space. A cantilevered roof allowed Broe to avoid using a corner column.
“Home office” — boilerdbg
Shelley Gardea
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks3,529
Questions7
on the tiny front porch of this stucco bungalow.
“Perfect!” — stargirl1205
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Home Renovation and Addition in Decatur
Ideabooks11,816
Questions10
and a tiny porch. The color scheme, with a red entrance door, is a favorite in this style.More: Tracing Your Traditional Home's Classic Ancestors
“Red door!” — mwormke
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks3,656
Questions13
of the tiny town, they began dreaming about and drawing their perfect home. When Geri saw a project by San Francisco architect Nick Noyes that nearly mirrored their sketches, the couple hired him. “The house is based on childhood memories,” says Noyes. “Basically, it’s three gabled structures around a
“windows” — alreadygone
Structures, Inc.
Modern Bungalow
Ideabooks36,643
Questions13
This tiny porch and its pediment give this home loads of curb appeal. From the Chippendale railings to the comfortable rockers, a welcoming entry where you'll want to stay awhile is evident.
“Fence” — craftlineusa
Chris Kauffman
window box
Ideabooks981
Questions0
marigolds, tiny evergreen topiaries, low-growing ornamental grasses and even miniature roses can be tucked in to add a bit of height and keep things interesting. Be sure to use plants that do not grow taller than one-third the height of your window, or they will appear overgrown and imposing rather than charming
marigolds, tiny evergreen topiaries, low-growing ornamental grasses and even miniature roses can be tucked in to add a bit of height and keep things interesting. Be sure to use plants that do not grow taller than one-third the height of your window, or they will appear overgrown and imposing rather than charming
“Oooo, LOVE this!! Window box supports & color!! Flowers, too :)” — MahtaMouse
ART Design Build
3 Reviews
Clyde Ave
Ideabooks303
Questions1
Tiny house French doors & patio
Love tiny house
“Nice” — agnesr82
Kariouk Associates
Chelsea Hill House
Ideabooks291
Questions1
tiny windows
“Spectacular wall” — newwest
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