16 Built in traditional bunkbeds Tropical Exterior Design Photos

JacksonBuilt Custom HomesJacksonBuilt Custom Homes
JacksonBuilt Custom Homes
JacksonBuilt Custom Homes
Beach style mixed w traditional
Sherwin Williams Rainwashed. Link: http://www.houzz.com/photos/345944/JacksonBuilt-Custom-Homes-tropical-exterior-charleston#spaceQuestions
Updated Classics: Today's Traditional Design
The 2009 Coastal Living Idea House at I'On in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina showcases transitional design and modern vernacular architecture. Built to Gold LEED standards, this canal-front Lowcountry home is environmentally sound and inherently sustainable.
Wing HouseMcClellan Architects
For flip -- what if it looked more like this instead of a traditional deck?
Here's a house built for the climate and it's enjoyment to the fullest.
Hawaii Residence - KauaiSutton Suzuki Architects
the grace, the peace, the elegance, the tradition
Tervola adds, "Architects tried to orient the homes to take full advantage of the tradewinds. They designed for large windows, doors and homes that were built off the ground to circulate air under to cool the interior."This particular plantation house, color aside, reminds me of the scene in The Descendants
Kiawah Island ProjectBill Huey + Associates
“use of HardieShingle, HardieBoard and HardieTrim (pictured on the house), because its life span is much longer than traditional materials when exposed to the harsh, salty air of the South Carolina Lowcountry."” “Fiber (J. Hardie or CertainTeed, etc.)?” “Horizontal board just
HardieShingle, HardieBoard and HardieTrim (pictured on the house), because its life span is much longer than traditional materials when exposed to
if we built a single home -we could put the garages in the back space would be wastaed though
norm, is to marry the traditional Southern details that have historically been built using wood with more modern materials. An example of this would be the use of HardieShingle, HardieBoard and HardieTrim (pictured on the house), because its life span is much longer than traditional materials when exposed
The BondiJohn Cannon Homes
The Bondi designed and built by John Cannon Homes in a Tampa, Florida waterfront community. This two-story home at 3,681SF is designed to be a place where a family can create a legacy of rich, joyful stories to be told and re-told through the years. A home filled with amenities that provide the perfect
perfect setting to live and play in the best traditions of the Florida lifestyle. The Bondi floorplan features 3 bedrooms, 4 Baths, great room, bonus room, study and 2-car garage. Gene Pollux Photography
Craftsman CottageMOKULUA High Performance Builder
fine example of custom new construction, this Craftsman Cottage is a sustainable builders showcase; the first home in Hawaii to receive the Hawaii Built Green Award, in recognition as sustainable new construction project with features that promote environmental wellbeing. The defined entry way is an
Traditional Georgian home built for Adrienne and Gigi Vittadini working with CMSA architecture.
creative, fresh ideas, for a new look to define the casual beach lifestyle of Naples. More than a dozen custom variations and sizes are available to be built on your lot. From this spacious 3,000 square foot, 3 bedroom model, to larger 4 and 5 bedroom versions ranging from 3,500 - 10,000 square feet, including
creative, fresh ideas, for a new look to define the casual beach lifestyle of Naples. More than a dozen custom variations and sizes are available to be built on your lot. From this spacious 3,000 square foot, 3 bedroom model, to larger 4 and 5 bedroom versions ranging from 3,500 - 10,000 square feet, including
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