534 creative use Farmhouse Exterior Design Photos

Kelly & Stone Architects
7 Reviews
Old Town Farm House
Use the garage roof as a patio
Using the roof of the garage as a balcony is a perfect way to get a big open space to entertain outdoors
creative use od verticle space
Good use of space
“Grandma's house” — etct
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Award This LEED Gold certified vacation residence located in a beautiful ocean community on the New England coast features high performance and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes
Can you tell me what fiber cement ciding you used
What paint and color was used to such stunning effect on the cement board?
In this case it's fastened directly through the panels (using screws) back to strapping over the rainscreen.
trying to figure out how they did the corners with the soffit. also nice example of using panels on this style
2. Rhode Island ZeroEnergy Design (ZED) used traditional agrarian aesthetics for inspiration and passive technologies in the execution of this charming and contemporary country home.
“fibre lit” — deniseluis
Wolstenholme Associates, LLC
13 Reviews
Buckingham Residence
the point of the roof sticking out over the driveway, to protect the pulleys that are used to haul things to the upper story. (particularly if there were to be a spiral staircase)
If glass prohibitive for breezeway, like this...esp if we use gray on east el. like windows on this breezeway thingy
Like exterior using different materials
Use of barns
“Just cool” — adonwen
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Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
Sonoma County Residence
Brilliant use of glass & light
Great use of one form for another purpose
the conception using barn as a house
Haesloop. “There was a collapsing shed where the house now stands. There was what had once been a farmhouse on the property, but apparently it had been used as a goat barn before being abandoned.” Remnants of both practical farm life and mystery were everywhere; the landscape was marked by a maze of cattle
“interior” — jillshouss
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Village Farmhouse
Using two colors to tie the old and new together
Very creative design
porch using environment
use of color and cotrasting
“This roof line could work for the remodel idea I have.” — molson727
Locus Architecture
Rural Vernacular
tossing them into your neighbors’ fields or lawns or city parks or vacant lots — that might be illegal or at least rude (tempting, though). You can use seed bombs in your own garden or as economical plant gifts for whoever you think might benefit. Ready for the recipe? It’s simple: clay powder or soil
long run. It is possible to amend your soil to the point that you are constructing a new type of soil. This is the method that many botanical gardens use to create special show gardens of drought-tolerant plants or wetland plants in areas without the correct soil type. The meadow garden pictured here would
“paint color” — Tara Hintz
Jeni Lee
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“Country” — 24teddy
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
Before & After - Villanova, PA
whining and crying over our attempt to recreate a small greenhouse on our farm in rural Kentucky. There was nothing in the deed and our plans lack creativity ..in fact all we have taken away from this project is that husband and wives should should not work on architectural projects together ! Is there
“stepping stones and grass” — stwheeler2
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