16 home and garden exterior pictures Midcentury Entry Design Photos

FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
of wood and metal features, very open and functional. But outside of "PNW home" I never have any idea what to search for or how to research it...
kitchen + great room renovation on my 'rustic' (read: shabby) mid-c. modern home in Lake Forest Park, which, to offer a slight correction to your photo captions
Hi, Thanks for your question about our Lake Forest Park project. The exterior windows are aluminum-clad Douglas Fir windows by Eagle Windows. I designed
Amazed and impressed by the recent home you did with a curving roof, Mazama House. Your work is really unique! The artful details you include make your
"shed" is the particular type of pitched roofs seen in so many of these homes. If you google "Sea Ranch" you'll find references to architects who are largely
“Door” — Lisa Kristel
Bernbaum-Magadini Architects
4 Reviews
The See-Through House
flooring extends to exterior - I'm leaning toward a tile
love the brick flooring & picture window
The architect matched the home’s original glazed brick flooring for the new entry, which overlooks the backyard
The architect matched the home’s original glazed brick flooring for the new entry, which overlooks the backyard. The original wood entry door was reused
“plancher qui se prolonge de l'intérieur à l'extérieur; Idem pour les murs de briques” — sebastiendescoteaux
H3K Design
Hidden Desert South
This is the front door to the home. Palm Springs house remodel by H3K Design Photo by Patrick Ketchum
appears to be metal, which I prefer and I am searching for to replace my home doors.
Garden Home Dessert style 3...palm springs exterior...Courtyard garden w lights...Inside home open space...New home -front entrance...Dry garden
“Rocks & sidewalk” — nambrosy
Loudon County's Premier Frame Maker
The P. H. Miller Studio was founded in 1983. The studio specializes in making hand carved and water gilded frames and home accessories in traditional and modern styles.
8 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Can we get further info about the exterior paint colors?
Perhaps we gardeners could be more reactive to fashion and consider changing our gardens in line with design trends. Let’s ponder
this door at a Los Angeles home is nearly the same as the one that appears in our No. 9 photo. See more photos of this homeDoor paint: possibly Tangerine
Tell us: Will you be letting orange out of your living room and into the garden?
“Need to get one” — dalzielt1
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
I like the see through from the garden and see the garden on entry...
paneling on exterior. underneath roofing.
sliders with retractable NanaWalls, erasing distinctions between interior and exterior.
sliders with retractable NanaWalls, erasing distinctions between interior and exterior.
“doors” — kortecat
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
I like this color for exterior, love the cinder too
so. Plus, decorative besser block screens and entry walls keep your home and garden private, while still allowing light and welcoming breezes to pass through
of this Texas home is a fantastic 1950s throwback. Geometric screens made of patterned besser blocks were big in surburban American homes in the mid 20th
geometric cinder block wall gives way to an ice-blue front door on the exterior. A vertical window allows the family to see visitors as they approach the
line to create an outdoor screen that separates different areas of your garden, giving privacy without blocking light.
“Wall for hot tub area” — gouldenbaby
Imagine Construction
3-Crete Panels
Imagine Construction- Garden Grove, CA Orange 3-Crete Panels used to jazz up the entry way of this Palm Springs Mid-century home.
Colors: light brown color an improvement to our exterior?
exterior style...Exterior colors...Exterior panels for future addition...Exterior / chrome light fixture
“Door color” — wendihuguley
House & Homes Palm Springs Home Staging
6 Reviews
Jacques Drive
houses were also not always facing the street; rather, they faced the back garden. Decorative concrete blocks were a common feature, and stylistic characteristics
Mid-century modern homes were known for offering a seamless transition between inside and out. The
Exterior Wall - 60's concrete block...exterior privacy wall...Exterior door colour
“modern entry” — natelogan
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