4,011 kolbe story Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Mix of Images
Ideabooks3,267
Questions2
stucco and roof - if 2nd story: contrast of corner
how cool is dark 2nd story on light 1st story
color contrast of second story
Sunroom on second story Med
cool second story look
Interesting second story.
Second story....upper story...Number of stories
“porch” — lcatterlin
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks2,750
Questions3
one story & good proportions. Just needs stone, no stucco” “One floor accessible and spread out” “having a mansion type like this, with lustful gardens, and a Goddess, grand swimming pool for my children, says Tehani Alensub Sasaki.” “One story and landscape” “Yard surrounded by pavers” “One story Me
“Best” — technoglace
Michael Kelley Photography
8 Reviews
Southern California Homes
Ideabooks1,125
Questions1
Love the roof and one story simplicity
Single story open across the back with lots of windows
perfect single storey
Spanish single story
single storey open concept
Simple single story...single storey...Number of stories
“Ranch Style” — gcowley3
RJ Dailey Construction Co.
1 Review
Private Woodside Home
Ideabooks2,494
Questions3
of the one story house but would make it taller so a attic can be put in place.
Italian One-Story! NICE
Mostly one story. No
Single story..... 1-Story...One story...Second story
“what do you think of the layout?” — byzantinon
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Woodside Estate
Ideabooks2,834
Questions5
Skinny two-story main, with one-story rooms on the side
Like the shape, but would have barn wood on top story, and add eaves to gable roof.
2nd story window treatment
Second story shutters, stucco
Number of stories
“Stone accents” — jsauberan
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52
Ideabooks4,009
Questions6
Number of stories
Kolbe green tea leaf
“windows” — Lynda Hathorn
HBF plus Design
1 Review
Ruxton-front
Ideabooks3,356
Questions2
Courtyard, spanish 2-story, cantilevered bay window
Oriel WindowA bay window of any type that doesn't reach the ground is typically called an oriel window. The shape isn't as important as the upper-story location. So an oriel can be referred to as an angled, box, bow etc. bay window.Keep in mind that an oriel is not a simple second-floor cantilever
“the stone for a fireplace and outside” — Salena Short
Schneider Custom Homes
2 Reviews
Moonstone Street, Manhattan Beach
Ideabooks13,106
Questions9
I like this 3 story thing with the balconies!!
3 storey...3 story...The 3story house...three story...Number of stories
“3 storey” — Russell Carter
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