8,230 ranch style home dallas Home Design Photos

Chrysalis: Home Studio
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front elevation
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into the ranch style, which began in the 1930s and persisted for most of the century.
Like the Praire take on a very common house style. 7-7-2013
Prairie style leading into ranch of 20 th century
this home integrates with the environment
Great way to re-vamp a plain ranch.
into the ranch style, which began in the 1930s and persisted for most of the century.
“Maybe” — lynnutefan
Amy A. Alper
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Sonoma Remodel
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it is Ranch but need to double square footage.
Expanded 1940s Sonoma ranch. If narrow roads and other city codes are not an issue, ranches are great candidates for additions. This couple decided to reconfigure and renovate
after ranch con adiciones para formar un courtyard
Ranch House Love Inspiration - For my Ranch
sonoma ranch - I actually like
Sonoma ranch. If narrow roads and other city codes are not an issue, ranches are great candidates for additions. This couple decided to reconfigure and renovate their California Wine Country ranch to better suit their lifestyle, expanding the footprint from 1,900 square feet to 2,500 square feet.Tip:
“exterior stucco” — bladuca
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Matt & Kathryn Janes
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Dallas, TX: Matt & Kathryn Janes
Gorgeous home! Currently moving from CA to Houston.. Want to update by painting our one story brick ranch.. What is your exterior and trim paint colors? And the door color also! So up my alley. Love it all. Please share!
great exterior paint on brick ranch
Thinking of painting our brick. Not many photos of ranch style houses.
similar style/ i think front 3
HOw to fix some of the ranch homes we were looking at
this home has furniture like ours
moved to Dallas from the Los Angeles area eight years ago, they were hoping to find a traditional-style home that was close to downtown. After seeing a parade of contemporary homes, they were delighted to land in Lake Highlands, which boasts large ranch-style homes."We painted the house exterior to update
“painted brick” — webster7
ROTHERS Design/Build
Fairway Ranch Renovation exterior
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front porch build out that works with roofline of a ranch style home
THis home is in Fairway, Ks, so the stone that I like on it may be possible to order (?)
like this ranch style and love the fact that there are no shutters. I hate shutters
Interesting craftsman look on a ranch.
what a ranch style home should look like!!
One story home with a covered porch big enough for a Christmas tree. No steps!
remodeled ranch house illustrates the flexibility and possible variations of the style. No two elements are identical, yet all flow effortlessly from one to another. The stone-veneer center portion anchors the front with a complementary stone chimney. The visually lighter shingled extensions dance across
“Porch” — krisvk
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Lenore LoCascio
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to the home. I like the step up layers of gree in the front of th home. the benches and pot.. trees have been trimmed up nicely for views yet still provide shade
entrée d'un style ranch. Les arbres rouges tranchent les verts.
Love the entry way of this Dallas ranch.
From House In Dallas that was rebuilt because of tree falling on the house. They used: After a long negotiation process with their insurance company, the pair tapped Melissa Williams of W2 Studio to help
“Landscaping” — passportdiane
Bud Dietrich, AIA
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a kaleidoscope of light - the exterior
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building a 2nd story above a ranch
cement board with contrasting joints create prairie style look
Brick ranch with 2nd floor addition
mission style 2nd flr add on
this is a great re-siding concept for my brick house. I love the quietly sophisticated, Craftsman-style look!
Ranch up. Rather than using up precious ground area and building a foundation, adding a second floor addition to a ranch house is a great and cost effective way to get that extra space. Because this type of an addition requires a new stair be located in the house, it's a great way to fix some of the
es of ranches (such as the dreaded going through a room to get to a room syndrome).Are you adding on? Tell us about your project below!More: Garage ConversionsConverting Attics and BasementsMicro-Additions: When You Just Want a Little More RoomStaying Put: Improving the Home You Have
“Great way to increase the size of a ranch and still tie it into the architecture.” — designerparexcellance
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
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Joshua Nimmo
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This is in Dallas? How on earth does it stay cool?
miles from Dallas. Minimal east/west exposure; exterior sunscreen to control southern exposure; no heat storing attic in primary space; appropriate insulation; high albedo roof and veneer; multiple HVAC zones.
of this ranch-style art gallery compound
“love this look” — Susan Evans
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Lenore LoCascio
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Hello, If you like that style pendant, we have very
similar style on our website!!! Here are direct links to similar products: http://www.wegotlites.net/product.asp?itemid=106886 Let us know if you have any questions! -WeGotLites http://www.wegotlites.net
White Rock Home Tour in Dallas and has seen her share of modern remodels. When faced with the opportunity for a new layout, she and Gilliland came up with a wish list: a fourth bedroom, no upper cabinets along the kitchen’s back wall, a guest bath and a second family room. Gilliland says the W2 design team
“ceiling” — ianandpenny
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