Traditional Porch
Ideabooks8,276
Questions7
“Porch” — tiwigg9282
Chapman Design Group, Inc.
2 Reviews
"Three Birds... One Stone"
Ideabooks6,182
Questions6
Donald Chapman, AIA,CMB
“I like the stained concrete with rock on tag side” — deahs
Bonterra Building & Design
Fredericksburg Cottage
Ideabooks13,357
Questions9
“The colors” — luckyb317
jodi foster design + planning
3 Reviews
Waterfront Estate
Ideabooks10,366
Questions6
Ema Peter Photography www.emapeter.com
“House color” — nhusby
Eddie Rider Designs
1 Review
Front Porch, Southern Style
Ideabooks26,541
Questions12
This front porch as ipe as the flooring, usually a deep red/brown when stained as grays out over time. I used clay pots and a lot of red geraniums to give some sharp contrast to the sage green house siding (cedar shingles). The rocking chairs and swing are from Lloyd Flanders and great for outside. The big wall clock came from Frontgate but has not weathered well.
“Clock” — jshark21spike
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
West Indies Meets Lowcountry
Ideabooks5,232
Questions2
Across the front of the house, shallow steps of Savannah gray brick descent to a veranda paved in tabby, a concrete made from crushed shells and lime that has been used in the Lowcountry for centuries. Photography: Richard Leo Johnson | Atlantic Archives
“Shutters” — breenweaver
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Interlachen Country Club (Edina)
Ideabooks7,132
Questions7
Builder: John Kraemer & Sons Architecture: Sharratt Design & Co. Interior Design: Katie Redpath Constable Photography: Landmark Photography
“Ceil” — mschimni00
Legacy Custom Homes,Inc.
1 Review
Hermitage
Ideabooks562
Questions2
Legacy Custom Homes, Inc Toblesky-Green Architects Kelly Nutt Designs
“I like the flooring.” — beemermc5
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