133 purple chairs Transitional Exterior Design Photos

Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Sea Ranch Residence
Ideabooks4,302
Questions6
copper chimney. Both of these materials will age differently over time. The copper will stay bright for a week at most, then transition to a light purple and quickly to dark bronze, and eventually to a bright green verdigris; the red cedar will darken with age.
copper chimney. Both of these materials will age differently over time. The copper will stay bright for a week at most, then transition to a light purple and quickly to dark bronze, and eventually to a bright green verdigris; the red cedar will darken with age. When selecting materials for their natural
“Everything” — Karen Talbott
Lewand Custom Homes
Loft Addition
Ideabooks163
Questions0
fire pit, porch chairs like Aunt Betty's
like the patio with chairs and firepit
patio chairs...Adirondack chairs...patio chairs...rocking chairs
“Built up fire pit” — mich728
Klugmann Media Architectural Photography
3 Reviews
6630 Glen Oaks Way, Oakland
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purple flowers
“Trees” — sukiesaito
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Tom Hurt Architecture
West 8th Street House
Ideabooks93
Questions0
purple flowers
“Love” — Penny Smith
Hutker Architects
Walker Meadow
Ideabooks192
Questions0
purple flowers
“Trim details, dark window frame color” — jsatt211
Hutker Architects
Walker Meadow
Ideabooks350
Questions0
purple flowers
“back of house” — Hiewet Senghor
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Orinda Residence
Ideabooks450
Questions1
purple flowers
“Fenêtre et porche” — celmarin
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Genius Loci
Ideabooks743
Questions1
Wearing In Much like a leather chair that gets worn in rather than worn out, this home uses unfinished wood as a weather barrier. Sited near the sea on the tip of Long Island, New York
Much like a leather chair that gets worn in rather than worn out, this home uses unfinished wood as a weather barrier. Sited near the sea on the tip of Long Island, New York
Wearing InMuch like a leather chair that gets worn in rather than worn out, this home uses unfinished wood as a weather barrier. Sited near the sea on the tip of Long Island, New York, it is clad in a combination of western red cedar and white oak shiplap boarding. Appearing to rise above a stone foundation
“wood” — mansweater
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