46 grape arbor design Midcentury Home Design Photos

Tom Hurt Architecture
Taylor Slough Creek House_Entry
Ideabooks3,621
Questions4
Weedy mess, dirty roof. Good design just neglected.
Seriously, I'm getting sick of the "clean" approach to landscape design as dictated by architects. Those little plants popping up add charm
The landscape designer planted all the plants you see here. Some of them are just small. I think he intentionally wanted it to be informal. Yes the roof has the pollen from the oak trees -- a yearly phenomenon in Austin. Thanks for your comment. --Tom Hurt
for in front of the door... a modern arbor!
ranch is a little bit of drama. In my dreams, I give my ranch drama with turrets, chimneys and grand additions. In my reality, I am inspired by designs that inject drama into an average ranch. The wood plank wall, the modern portico and the plantings give this home pizzazz, and I am simply smitten
“side wall” — szbalazs
Hammer Architects
5 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro
Ideabooks4,822
Questions4
arbor lus back windows in garage??
Nice detail to add an arbor somewhere in front
Makes me want another grape vine.
for a lifetime home, think about grab bars, accessibility and universal design — if not for yourselves, then for older adults who may visit. An accessible home is also valuable for resale.See more on remodeling for universal design
“If we had a loft?” — clhough
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks10,753
Questions9
arbor above the door. and the door
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Planter and arbor
“Planters” — cvander10
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks5,617
Questions6
courtyard design update ideas for midcentury
modern exterior design with slatted wood and concrete pavers
5. A connection to the home’s interior. The modern garden evokes a lifestyle of informality. The style grew out of the architects’ and designers’ adaptive use of inventive materials, modern construction techniques and new (postwar) technologies, with the garden and house separated by nothing
5. A connection to the home’s interior. The modern garden evokes a lifestyle of informality. The style grew out of the architects’ and designers’ adaptive use of inventive materials, modern construction techniques and new (postwar) technologies, with the garden and house separated by nothing
“trellis” — jacobsen2
Custom Design/Build, Inc.
5 Reviews
Hampshire - Exterior
Ideabooks1,439
Questions1
The courtyard fence and loggia were designed using A&Better Cedar. The finish material is a Sikkens Cetol SRD. It is non film-forming, translucent exterior finish formulated to protect against UV rays and water and is easy to maintain.
Custom Design/Build, Inc.
Love the modern arbour
great clean fence design
“extended front porch” — slochala
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
27 Reviews
Retro Revival
Ideabooks364
Questions1
MOEN Kitchen Faucets. Arbor Single-Handle Pull-Out
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
Beautiful Color combination and design....!
moen arbor
“Wood, white counter tops and colour. Modern with personality” — Ene Querney
Darwin Webb Landscape Architects, P.S.
Lake Washington Residence
Ideabooks4,567
Questions3
Garage treatment. The arbor is nice. Could be repeated on the house.
front door design/entry
House design...minimalist arbor
“Entrance overhang” — litram
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
Ideabooks15,650
Questions6
... and, like a brooch, add some sparkle. More: Design Details: Address the Address
Cause of the modern design
Cool arbor feature...Arbor detail...Amazing design!!
“Pergola shape” — suziemeg
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