162 materials Farmhouse Outdoor Design Photos

CWB Architects
Bug Acres of Woodstock
stove MaterialsWoodstoves are made of one of two primary materials: cast iron or steel. Steel stoves heat up (and cool down) more quickly than cast iron. They’re also less expensive to fabricate and lighter, and can usually be placed closer to wall finishes, because they often utilize shell-within-shell
“Pretty porch” — debra251
Beinfield Architecture PC
1 Review
House on River Lane
is the material and detail of the flooring? So Amazingly beautiful.
stair, materials, everything.
FIREPLACE MATERIAL...scale and materials...mixed materials
“Love” — stoolan
Robert M. Cain, Architect
3 Reviews
Briar Creek Farm
What material is the black plane projection composed of?
- this material should not be that heavy
combination of materials
Simple materials
“aluminum roof” — Scott Wagner
Pursley Dixon Architecture
1 Review
Worker's Cottage
tside material farmhouse
love the materials and colors
Roof material, variations in siding.
Mixed materials.
“outside material farmhouse” — maddox624
Studio Carver
Santa Ynez Barn
about what material you envision between the beam/trusses at the physical ceiling....is it drywall, wood, or, maybe metal?
the materials used and high ceilings
buiding materials but add the beams from the log cabin?
scale, materials
“ceiling” — amyocasas
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Gentlemen’s Country Estate
mix of materials in the walkways
plant material, fountain
Mixed path materials
walkway materials
“小体量植栽” — huhulala2008
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Farmhouse, Shelter Island
are the materials used for the pergola? It is beautiful.
what materials and how is it constructed? thanks.
buuilding materials and the height of the pergola
mix of material and nature.
“Fireplace” — ginger38
Crisp Architects
35 Reviews
Crisp Architects
spec'd materials that were incorrect for the intended purpose... do you remember the material used for the columns and framing of the screens? Is it wood or a PVC product? Thanks!
beautiful materials and interesting lines.3. Stick with furniture that has a simple yet interesting line. No intricately carved pieces and no bulky, lifeless pieces.4. Add a little pattern but not a lot. Pick one gorgeous pattern and use it several times in the space. Then stop. Look at my photos.
“Table and chairs” — joelle333
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