2,012 rambler Home Design Photos

Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
15 Reviews
Edina Ramber
This 50's rambler was transformed by adding a front portico, 3rd stall garage with new roof lines, an entirely new main level remodel, and a mud room/laundry/powder room addition to the back of the house.
curb appeal to update an ordinary rambler (97th property)
lines, square pillars, board and batten instead of shingles, lower stone, colors.....Edina Rambler
“Stone on bottom” — normadc
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Stone Beautiful
This one story rambler was transformed to this two story, french country style architecture. The existing stone of the home was extended upon to create a beautiful finished product. Photo by: John Ray Photography
Sicora Inc. transformed a one story rambler into this
Lannon Stone rambler
2nd story added to rambler
Stone rambler...Rambler rehab
“Copper accent” — Karmen Hadley
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Chimney Corners Remodel
Tx rambler...tin roof on rambler...Metal roof, rambler
“This would work well in Northern arcardia, sierra madre possibly monrovia area” — Charles Simons
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
Offering a wide range of innovative, creative services, SDG works independently providing complete design services from top to bottom.
BAAN design
Rauch Residence
Addition and remodel of 1950's Roman brick rambler
Addition and remodel of 1950's Roman brick rambler. Old part very similar to mine. (It's in Seattle)
wow, opening up the wall & using glass on a rambler
rambler addition
“The shape” — juanso
J. Grant Design Studio
1 Review
Hope Ranch
I have a thing for big ramblers
“Large window option for dining option maybe vault type ceiling” — mampa23
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
Jeri Koegel
“Rambler” — marabeugen
Becker Studios
7 Reviews
Traditional Home
Mission Style Rambler
rambler home and yard
Rambler with yard woven in
“toit en métal” — dany60
Rill Architects
11 Reviews
Maureen Residence
AFTER: The most dramatic changes were made outside, where the old rambler got a new second floor and new roofing, including a part that overhangs a new front porch. “It’s all about the slope of the roofs — that’s what made the transformation to Arts and Crafts work,” says architect Rill, who collaborated
“Shades of brown” — mwilson222
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