131,247 Traditional Exterior Design Photos

Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Cape Cod Shingle Style
Ideabooks1,202
Questions2
This house is an excellent example of Meyer & Meyer’s work transforming existing homes into classic New England shingle-style architecture. The owner’s program called for specific elements to be included in the design, including wraparound porches on the front of the house, a completely rebuilt second floor, and an addition to the north side that included a new master suite win...More
“deep overhang & skirt” — hghudson
Sater Design Collection, Inc.
7 Reviews
"The New American Home" 25th Anniversary
Ideabooks35
Questions0
Larry Taylor
“veedu 1” — ekutty
General Shale
Thin Rock by General Shale
Ideabooks2,903
Questions8
“iron porch cover” — rlsmay
Schill Architecture LLC
44 Reviews
Lakefront Home 004
Ideabooks319
Questions1
“beige siding and dark trim” — gailmiller10
Details a Design Firm
9 Reviews
Summer House
Ideabooks92
Questions2
White wood and sea blue wood siding come together beautifully on the exterior of this beach style home. A peaked roof, balcony and colorful landscape are part of the charm of this house located in Newport Beach, California. Manning Homes, Bowman Group 20151 SW Birch St #150, Newport Beach (949) 250-4200
“Lovely house” — darlinellopis
Kearns Brothers, Inc
6 Reviews
Exterior remodel
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Using a blend of CertainTeed siding products; oversized super corners in white accent and frame in the natural clay siding and perfection shake Gholm
Sharratt Design & Company
1 Review
27. Hayward Lake Cabin
Ideabooks317
Questions1
Sharratt Design & Company, Mast Construction, SD&C staff photos, Patty Isabella Interiors, LLC
“green trim with red accents....” — Jan Conrad
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