202 wall tile design Modern Garage and Shed Design Photos

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Texas Hill House
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What kind of roof tiles are used here? It's a beautiful profile. Nicer than a standing seam roof.
This is Zalmag from Millenium tile. ...
The roof tiles are Zalmag. ... Maybe Zalmag is good for the south side of a shed style home.”
roof: "Zalmag from Millenium tile. ..."
The roof tiles are Zalmag. ... Maybe Zalmag is good for the south side of a shed style home. Nice reflection.
features a dramatic shed roof in metal. The low end is clad in wood, and the tall end is open, with lots of glass. Note the ribbon windows on the side wall. The next photo takes us inside.
“LINK AND INFO” — nafnafnaf
Garage Envy
Garage Envy
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What is the material on the walls in this picture? Looks like some sort of system to allow attachment of various types of hangars anywhere. How is it attached to wall? DIY or professional installation required?
We sell SlatWalls in many sizes that are great for garage storage. You can install them yourself and they come in a variety of colors. Check out our website at ... or call customer service for more information about the SlatWall products and installation.
about the SlatWall products and installation.”
Walls- slots to add baskets or shelves anytime, and movable
Love the slat walls, counter tops and everything off the floor!
All cabinets fastened to wall studs
Move countertop to corner and run along back wall.
“cabinets and window” — kerryannebernadette
ras-a, inc.
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driveway / garage
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how is this design created in the concrete? Does the design have a purpose like to divert water?
Really like the wall panels. In Los Angeles near the beach and they seem like a perfect solution. Source???
sectional door which has been faux painted. Our company, Eden Coast, LLC, can create virtually any design by combining traditional craftsmanship with environmentally-friendly composite materials. Our designs and colors are fully customizable and dictated only by your imagination. Below is an example of
cream to almost khaki, these wall panels seem to echo interior wall stripes
You don’t have to use just one member of the beige family. From muted cream to almost khaki, these wall panels seem to echo interior wall stripes in creating a decorative
“You don’t have to use just one member of the beige family. From muted cream to almost khaki, these” — chris758mm
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Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
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Lower level garage.
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The concrete wall in the this picture was formed by the general contractor in place, with concrete forms. The holes you see are snap ties carefully laid out in a pattern
top of wall trellis construction idea
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
exterior panel design
Poured concrete wall exterior
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Concrete wall...Good design...Concrete walls...Payola design...tieback walls...Ciment wall...wall sconce
“both colours” — gabbiewentges
FINNE Architects
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Mazama Guest Cabin
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clerestory windows, and the upstairs living space has a large glass wall facing a beautiful view of the mountain face known locally as Goat Wall. The project is characterized by sustainable cedar siding and recycled metal roofing; the walls and roof have 40% higher insulation values than typical construction
We are interested in building a garage/guest house that would compliment our current home and setting. A design such as this is perfect. Please let me know. Thank you. Your work is beautiful and is just what we are looking for.
windows are facing south to let in sunlight (with a northern roof pitch) or if the roof is facing south so that it melts the snow off? We are trying to design a cabin with a view that is primarily to the south so we would like to do this style of structure but aren't sure a north facing roof is good for heavy
“modern sick” — noah1401
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
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Winter Residence Remodel
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stone/rocks (different grays) in this picture for other driveway designs.
contrast flat wall or gate design
Partial back wall. Not blocking view even from there.
Open carport to rear view. Could also open rear garage wall
being thought of as a driveway. Similarly, the architects didn't plan the carport to be merely a shelter for cars; they left a gap between the roof and walls to highlight the distant mountain views, a vista that's even more dramatic when seen through the windshield.
“carport” — thebeachb0y
BAAN design
Boardshed
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For some odd reason, this wall actually works for me.
want this kind of wall but sliding
Using wood slats without a secondary wall is limited to fences, guardrails, and other applications where the space behind is open to the elements. This shed is a rare example of a residential enclosure that does not require an air and water barrier. A roof with translucent plastic sheds water from the
“Nice wall” — ricknuge
Amantea Architects
Rosedale 'PARK'
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slats was designed for privacy but also lets light and air pass through. At night, the fence becomes a large light fixture providing an ambient glow for both the private garden as well as the public sidewalk. Thin striations of light wrap around the interior and exterior of the property. The wall of the
Rosedale ‘PARK’ is a detached garage and fence structure designed for a residential property in an old Toronto community rich in trees and preserved parkland. Located on a busy corner lot, the owner’s requirements for the project were two fold: 1) They wanted to manage views from passers-by into their
This is a custom designed/ built fence.
Love the concealed backyard and creative use of wall with inside lights. Security with beauty
“Fence with lighting” — carol1fontane
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