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18 personal touch Midcentury Exterior Design Photos
Lake Forest Park Renovation
very wealthy person with a home in a forest, will you be my architect?
I love your work; the attention to detail and placement in relation to the natural environment is spectacular; there is a unique combination of serenity and drama that is as appealing as any home I've seen in person or in photos
The roof was the only part of the house that we did not touch. It had a built-in gutter detail.
Lori Smyth Design
house numbers font... a little modern touch
Nice curb appeal. The ornamental grasses add a nice touch. I think I may try this at the walkway.
32. Small 1950s Eichler Expansion
horizontal joists and the roof, and indoor atriums. It's fitting to end this ideabook with Eichler, because his goal was to create homes for the average person that were stylish, functional and affordable. Many of his homes are being lovingly renovated today.Your turn: What style(s) do you see in your house
U+B Architecture & Design
Exterior and Pool
color + trim. pool. nice touch
Twist Tours Photography
5606 Jeff Davis Street
Like the door and the window overtop adds a nice touch.
Ana Williamson Architect
Cloud Street Residence
How do I get in touch with the architect if I would like to build the same house? This is the house I want...
This is a custom door. Combination of maple and mahogany. Built and installed by A Touch of New. www.atouchofnew.com
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1. Float Along. Modestly sized, mid-century modern homes were often light, thin and screen-like and would only gently touch the earth. More often than not these homes had an impermanent quality that belies their intrinsic ability to do more with less.