501,898 stone porch Home Design Photos

Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Bluff House
scree porch on second level as well as the cool, shady areas inside the archways
the way the screened porch is positioned & stairs down to yard are at an angle.
under deck and proch brick/stone overlay
Wow windows but need more porch
exterior - low country, big screened porch, double chimney
Thats a massive porch
arches enclosed porches on back
screened porch...long screen porch...screened porch...enclosed porch
“yes please” — ktmakepeace
Carey Dodson
3 Reviews
Cowboy Bob's Bunkhouse
maybe post & beam room attached to stacked containers with glass that moves to reveal screen - big screened in porch?
3.1 like the screened porch and the roof overhang
love these outdoor lights on screened porch
porch angle, metal roof
Bunkhouse look, screened porch, roof
Love the porch and pond
This but stone...Screen porch...screened in porch
“favorite” — swhitneysalon6
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
If this A frame roof/porch were added onto an existing building, basically extending the existing roof, (excluding: fireplace, furniture, & decorative slab)
Like the back porch w/double sided
southern sunlight in the summer.The proportions of the new house are very similar to that of the old barn. The footprint, including the large north-facing porch shown here, is roughly 75 feet long and 26 feet wide. The materials emulate those of barns in the surrounding countryside, with red cedar siding and
“chimney option for wood burning stove.” — dllevich
josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
Josh Wynne Construction
Nice lines and step stone type roof
lines of porch. Maybe just fill in with glass with mullions
like the porch + the material of the porch's roof
small picket fence around landscape area around porch
Exterior-porch and fence
Like the front porch.
Porch w/ lightweight elements
porch balustrades...Porch and siding...front porch
“4 over zero window mullions” — pabimosher
Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
9 Reviews
Warren Avenue
screemd porch is on upper left and made to look part of the house
Sleeping porch - left side, second story.
That's a sleeping porch with the cedar-ish railing. Maybe under the study?
Integrate the sleeping porch into architecture which is on the left side on the second story. Architect Richard Bubnowski’s design nods to shingle style, and the bay window to the right balances out the porch. The large overhang beneath the pediment shades the sun during
Integrate the sleeping porch into the existing architecture. The No. 1 item on this client’s house wish list was a sleeping porch, which is on the left side on the second story. Architect Richard Bubnowski’s design nods to shingle style, and the bay window to the right balances out the porch. The balcony to
“love the pergulas” — kris5858
Greymark Construction Company
8 Reviews
front entrance porch - switch to the left side
front porch addition
Green stone...Front porch...entrance and porch...Front Porch...front porch
“.” — claumacena
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
20 Reviews
Exterior - Front
Brick work on stairs and front porch gives it a timeless feel.
Here's a brick porch. Don't know that
love the steps and porch
A full-width front porch with brick columns and knee walls is often found on the American foursquare-style house, just as you see here.
Love the porch....front porch...porch details...Porch and siding
“Windows” — angelgirl2
Gatling Design
4 Reviews
Cozy Cottage
Permeable pavers are available from many sources now. Don't know your California location but most brick and stone suppliers can get them. Also better driveway contractors and landscpe contractors do projects with them. These are from Orco. If you are south of
were under 3/12 (which the cricket actually was). The water drains to a large 6"x 6" gutter at the center section and then under the deck and patio stone directly into a 20" deep Bio-Aquifer reservoir under the driveway. The drain that is in the middle at the bottom of the screen drains only the patio
wood to stone and different paver sizes
Stone and brick color tone combination.
Curved steps for the front porch
“Nice patio” — tyrik1996
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