3,299 western ranch Modern Home Design Photos

Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Ideabooks2,225
Questions1
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
new kitchen island both defines and complements this singular space. The parti is a modern addition to a suburban midcentury ranch house. Hence, the name “Modern with Ranch.”
why not a corrugated metal roof on the ranch
this design approach is noteworthy in the sense that it shows that you can bring a modern addition into play with a ranch (almost...) why didn't the plan include a corrugated prefab metal roof? the comp shingle or gravel (to small a pic to tell) holds
modern w a side of ranch
Mix of modern and ranch, nice.
I like the original part of the house, can tell it's a 50's ranch but updated.
Combo of modern and ranch seems workable for our project
second floor addition. modern addition to classic ranch style
“Study extension” — dcameron1973
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Brighton Residence
Ideabooks820
Questions1
sun, but a western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky."
Shades for south-facing windows (in the northern hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the high sun, but a western facade (such
to address the high sun, but a western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky.
Louvres & Shades: South-Facing - Horizontal, Western - Vertical
does the window face? Shades for south-facing windows (in the northern hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the high sun, but a western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky.
“Front window” — Sarah Flickinger
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Ideabooks1,304
Questions0
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
new kitchen island both defines and complements this singular space. The parti is a modern addition to a suburban midcentury ranch house. Hence, the name “Modern with Ranch.”
Outside of the modern house/side of ranch - 5631 Weaver House
new addition to ranch style home
Cool addItion to brick rAnch
addition to modernize ranch
ranch house renovation
Modern ranch w bump out
old ranch style renovation
Ranch redone...modern and ranch...Ranch exterior...ranch ext. w/lights...Ranch house
“The juxtaposition of modern and ranch” — patrickindallas
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Hammer Architects
5 Reviews
Arlington Modern House Addition
Ideabooks2,746
Questions1
The siding is Western Red Cedar with a clear (natural) finish.
clear western red cedar siding; love the windows
Western red cedar with clear finish
Western Red Cedar ... horizontal siding
Ranch house addition
Western Clear Cedar (clear stain).
western red cedar siding!
“Window Trim” — katieysquare
Western Window Systems
34 Reviews
9500 Series Bi-Fold Doors & Windows
Ideabooks8,989
Questions7
Bi-Fold Windows from Western Window Systems dramatically
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“Possible.?” — gbcphoto
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
34th Street House
Ideabooks2,612
Questions13
ranch reno - A lift for a modest Texas ranch. The small rooms in this ranch had low ceilings and felt very closed in. Tip: Push the ceiling up. While midcentury modern ranches may have great high ceilings, many of the ranches that followed have lower ones. Talk
roof on a ranch style house
Push the ceiling up. While midcentury modern ranches may have great high ceilings, many of the ranches that followed
10. A lift for a modest Texas ranch. The small rooms in this ranch had low ceilings and felt very closed in. Tip: Push the ceiling up. While midcentury modern ranches may have great high ceilings, many of the ranches that followed have lower ones. Talk with an architect about
about busting through the ceiling to the roofline — a higher ceiling makes rooms feel a lot larger. See how that worksPhotos: See the rest of this ranch renovation
“comfort” — katealice6
Western Window Systems
34 Reviews
600 Series Multi-Slide Doors
Ideabooks919
Questions3
Multi-Slide Door from Western Window Systems is designed
We do manufacture corner windows. Please find a Western Window Systems representative in your area via our website link: http://www.westernwindowsystems.com/index.php/contact-us.html We'd love to speak with you. Have a great day, Laura Western Window Systems
“Curtains” — Nest s.a.l.
splyce design
1 Review
Russet
Ideabooks1,487
Questions3
What is the siding stain used? Is it siding western red cedar T&G 1x4
with integrated color that requires no painting. (The same material is repeated on the barbecue pit out back.) The rest of the facade is covered in western red cedar
with integrated color that requires no painting. (The same material is repeated on the barbecue pit out back.) The rest of the facade is covered in western red cedar — a nod to the towering evergreen that dominates the front yard.
EXTERIOR: Swisspearl: cement panel with integrated color that requires no painting, and western red cedar
with integrated color that requires no painting. (The same material is repeated on the barbecue pit out back.) The rest of the facade is covered in western red cedar — a nod to the towering evergreen that dominates the front yard.More: Houzz Tour: Dream Views Wow on Seattle’s Lake Washington
“facade” — gjmaza
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