159,136 Traditional Exterior Design Photos

Hebert Design Build
7 Reviews
Sunny Conservatory
Ideabooks4,836
Questions1
Beautiful conservatory addition off dining room. This four-season sunroom incorporates a glass pyramid roof that floods the room with light. Ah!
“Put brick around bottom to match rest of house” — greenlk33
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
Best of Houzz 2014
We have earned a reputation for exquisite design, attention to detail & superior results. Our customers are confident that they have received the best level of service in a courteous professional way.
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Sennikoff Architects
4 Reviews
Newport Beach Custom Home 01
Ideabooks14,479
Questions15
“minimize cyclops effect?” — Gunner
B Birmingham Inc.
8 Reviews
Alpine Terrace
Ideabooks190
Questions0
Adam Willis
“Architecture” — Chio Villasenor Balcazar
Stephen Alexander Homes & Neighborhoods
6 Reviews
Walnut in Cypress Creek
Ideabooks123
Questions1
Jonathan Edwards Media
“the addition” — mic64101
BuilderFish
3 Reviews
Recycled 50's Rancher
Ideabooks2,070
Questions5
The original house, built in 1953, was a red brick, rectangular box. All that remains of the original structure are three walls and part of the original basement. We added everything you see including a bump-out and addition for a gourmet, eat-in kitchen, family room, expanded master bedroom and bath. And the home blends nicely into the neighborhood without looking bigger (wi...More
“Brick color” — Jeff Briggs
Boyer Architects LLC
Facade Remodel
Ideabooks5,193
Questions3
photo credit: Zoe Boyer
“color of the housr” — Manilyn Macasiab
GAF Roofing
7 Reviews
GAF Roofing
Ideabooks435
Questions1
“round” — cruiser999
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Meier Custom Built Homes, LLC
1 Review
Cater Hill Country Ranch
Ideabooks2,930
Questions6
The front porch features include stamped and stained concrete, yellow pine tongue and groove ceiling, cedar posts, a 42" wide by 8' tall alder door with flemish glass,and limestone veneered walls. The roof is galvalume standing seam with three dormers. It offers a very comfortable and inviting appearance to country living. Rebecca McCoy Photography
“stone front and rockers” — danniellerice
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