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Arlington Arts & Crafts Home Exterior Beautifully Restored
Arlington Arts & Crafts Home Exterior Beautifully Restored
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
2013 CHRYSALIS AWARD SOUTH REGION WINNER, RESIDENTIAL EXTERIOR This 1970’s split-level single-family home in an upscale Arlington neighborhood had been neglected for years. With his surrounding neighbors all doing major exterior and interior remodeling, however, the owner decided it was time to renovate his property as well. After several consultation meetings with the design team at Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes, he settled on an exterior layout to create an Art & Craft design for the home. It all got started by excavating the front and left side of the house and attaching a wrap-around stone porch. Key design attributes include a black metal roof, large tapered columns, blue and grey random style flag stone, beaded stain ceiling paneling and an octagonal seating area on the left side of this porch. The front porch has a wide stairway and another set of stairs leads to the back yard. All exterior walls of homes were modified with new headers to allow much larger custom-made windows, new front doors garage doors, and French side and back doors. A custom-designed mahogany front door with leaded glass provides more light and offers a wider entrance into the home’s living area. Design challenges included removing the entire face of the home and then adding new insulation, Tyvek and Hardiplank siding. The use of high-efficiency low-e windows makes the home air tight. The Arts & Crafts design touches include the front gable over the front porch, the prairie-style grill pattern on the windows and doors, the use of tapered columns sitting over stone columns and the leaded glass front door. Decorative exterior lighting provides the finishing touches to this look.
Arts & Craft Exterior
Arts & Craft Exterior
Finish Line Building
Example of a classic exterior home design in Columbus
Arts & Crafts Masterpiece - Exterior Detail
Arts & Crafts Masterpiece - Exterior Detail
John Magnoski Photography
© 2014 John Magnoski Photography Architect: Steve Kleineman | SKD Architects http://www.skdarchitects.com/ Builder: John Kraemer and Sons http://www.jkandsons.com/
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Arts & Crafts - Exterior Rear
Arts & Crafts - Exterior Rear
John Magnoski Photography
© 2014 John Magnoski Photography Architect: Steve Kleineman | SKD Architects http://www.skdarchitects.com/ Builder: John Kraemer and Sons http://www.jkandsons.com/
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Arts & Crafts - Exterior Spiral Staircase
Arts & Crafts - Exterior Spiral Staircase
John Magnoski Photography
© 2014 John Magnoski Photography Architect: Steve Kleineman | SKD Architects http://www.skdarchitects.com/ Builder: John Kraemer and Sons http://www.jkandsons.com/
Arts & Crafts Masterpiece - Exterior Living Room
Arts & Crafts Masterpiece - Exterior Living Room
John Magnoski Photography
© 2014 John Magnoski Photography Architect: Steve Kleineman | SKD Architects http://www.skdarchitects.com/ Builder: John Kraemer and Sons http://www.jkandsons.com/
Arts & Craft Exterior
Arts & Craft Exterior
Finish Line Building
Inspiration for a timeless exterior home remodel in Columbus
Arlington Arts & Crafts Home Exterior Beautifully Restored
Arlington Arts & Crafts Home Exterior Beautifully Restored
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
2013 CHRYSALIS AWARD SOUTH REGION WINNER, RESIDENTIAL EXTERIOR This 1970’s split-level single-family home in an upscale Arlington neighborhood had been neglected for years. With his surrounding neighbors all doing major exterior and interior remodeling, however, the owner decided it was time to renovate his property as well. After several consultation meetings with the design team at Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes, he settled on an exterior layout to create an Art & Craft design for the home. It all got started by excavating the front and left side of the house and attaching a wrap-around stone porch. Key design attributes include a black metal roof, large tapered columns, blue and grey random style flag stone, beaded stain ceiling paneling and an octagonal seating area on the left side of this porch. The front porch has a wide stairway and another set of stairs leads to the back yard. All exterior walls of homes were modified with new headers to allow much larger custom-made windows, new front doors garage doors, and French side and back doors. A custom-designed mahogany front door with leaded glass provides more light and offers a wider entrance into the home’s living area. Design challenges included removing the entire face of the home and then adding new insulation, Tyvek and Hardiplank siding. The use of high-efficiency low-e windows makes the home air tight. The Arts & Crafts design touches include the front gable over the front porch, the prairie-style grill pattern on the windows and doors, the use of tapered columns sitting over stone columns and the leaded glass front door. Decorative exterior lighting provides the finishing touches to this look.
Arts & Crafts - Exterior Rear
Arts & Crafts - Exterior Rear
John Magnoski Photography
© 2014 John Magnoski Photography Architect: Steve Kleineman | SKD Architects http://www.skdarchitects.com/ Builder: John Kraemer and Sons http://www.jkandsons.com/
Inspired by English Arts and Crafts movement
Inspired by English Arts and Crafts movement
KuDa Photography
Photo by KuDa Photography
Craftsman exterior home idea in Portland
Arts and Crafts, Prairie in Wayzata
Arts and Crafts, Prairie in Wayzata
SKD Architects
Photographer: Steve Kleineman Builder: John Kraemer & Sons
Arts and crafts two-story stone exterior home photo in Minneapolis
Arlington Arts & Crafts Home Exterior Beautifully Restored
Arlington Arts & Crafts Home Exterior Beautifully Restored
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
2013 CHRYSALIS AWARD SOUTH REGION WINNER, RESIDENTIAL EXTERIOR This 1970’s split-level single-family home in an upscale Arlington neighborhood had been neglected for years. With his surrounding neighbors all doing major exterior and interior remodeling, however, the owner decided it was time to renovate his property as well. After several consultation meetings with the design team at Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes, he settled on an exterior layout to create an Art & Craft design for the home. It all got started by excavating the front and left side of the house and attaching a wrap-around stone porch. Key design attributes include a black metal roof, large tapered columns, blue and grey random style flag stone, beaded stain ceiling paneling and an octagonal seating area on the left side of this porch. The front porch has a wide stairway and another set of stairs leads to the back yard. All exterior walls of homes were modified with new headers to allow much larger custom-made windows, new front doors garage doors, and French side and back doors. A custom-designed mahogany front door with leaded glass provides more light and offers a wider entrance into the home’s living area. Design challenges included removing the entire face of the home and then adding new insulation, Tyvek and Hardiplank siding. The use of high-efficiency low-e windows makes the home air tight. The Arts & Crafts design touches include the front gable over the front porch, the prairie-style grill pattern on the windows and doors, the use of tapered columns sitting over stone columns and the leaded glass front door. Decorative exterior lighting provides the finishing touches to this look.
My Houzz: Bold Wallpaper Kicks Up a Century-Old Craftsman
My Houzz: Bold Wallpaper Kicks Up a Century-Old Craftsman
Sarah Greenman
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Craftsman gray two-story gable roof idea in Seattle
Arlington Arts & Crafts Home Exterior Beautifully Restored
Arlington Arts & Crafts Home Exterior Beautifully Restored
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
2013 CHRYSALIS AWARD SOUTH REGION WINNER, RESIDENTIAL EXTERIOR This 1970’s split-level single-family home in an upscale Arlington neighborhood had been neglected for years. With his surrounding neighbors all doing major exterior and interior remodeling, however, the owner decided it was time to renovate his property as well. After several consultation meetings with the design team at Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes, he settled on an exterior layout to create an Art & Craft design for the home. It all got started by excavating the front and left side of the house and attaching a wrap-around stone porch. Key design attributes include a black metal roof, large tapered columns, blue and grey random style flag stone, beaded stain ceiling paneling and an octagonal seating area on the left side of this porch. The front porch has a wide stairway and another set of stairs leads to the back yard. All exterior walls of homes were modified with new headers to allow much larger custom-made windows, new front doors garage doors, and French side and back doors. A custom-designed mahogany front door with leaded glass provides more light and offers a wider entrance into the home’s living area. Design challenges included removing the entire face of the home and then adding new insulation, Tyvek and Hardiplank siding. The use of high-efficiency low-e windows makes the home air tight. The Arts & Crafts design touches include the front gable over the front porch, the prairie-style grill pattern on the windows and doors, the use of tapered columns sitting over stone columns and the leaded glass front door. Decorative exterior lighting provides the finishing touches to this look.
Arts & Crafts - Exterior Sunroom Study
Arts & Crafts - Exterior Sunroom Study
John Magnoski Photography
© 2014 John Magnoski Photography Architect: Steve Kleineman | SKD Architects http://www.skdarchitects.com/ Builder: John Kraemer and Sons http://www.jkandsons.com/
Arts & Crafts Residence - Exterior
Arts & Crafts Residence - Exterior
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Photographer: Tom Crane
Inspiration for a timeless exterior home remodel in Philadelphia
Arlington Arts & Crafts Home Exterior Beautifully Restored
Arlington Arts & Crafts Home Exterior Beautifully Restored
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
2013 CHRYSALIS AWARD SOUTH REGION WINNER, RESIDENTIAL EXTERIOR This 1970’s split-level single-family home in an upscale Arlington neighborhood had been neglected for years. With his surrounding neighbors all doing major exterior and interior remodeling, however, the owner decided it was time to renovate his property as well. After several consultation meetings with the design team at Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes, he settled on an exterior layout to create an Art & Craft design for the home. It all got started by excavating the front and left side of the house and attaching a wrap-around stone porch. Key design attributes include a black metal roof, large tapered columns, blue and grey random style flag stone, beaded stain ceiling paneling and an octagonal seating area on the left side of this porch. The front porch has a wide stairway and another set of stairs leads to the back yard. All exterior walls of homes were modified with new headers to allow much larger custom-made windows, new front doors garage doors, and French side and back doors. A custom-designed mahogany front door with leaded glass provides more light and offers a wider entrance into the home’s living area. Design challenges included removing the entire face of the home and then adding new insulation, Tyvek and Hardiplank siding. The use of high-efficiency low-e windows makes the home air tight. The Arts & Crafts design touches include the front gable over the front porch, the prairie-style grill pattern on the windows and doors, the use of tapered columns sitting over stone columns and the leaded glass front door. Decorative exterior lighting provides the finishing touches to this look.
1917 Art's Craft Colonial exterior
1917 Art's Craft Colonial exterior
Eye 4 Color Designs/Paint Smart Studio
photographer, Leslie Craigie
Mid-sized elegant gray three-story wood exterior home photo in Detroit
Arts & Crafts Residence - Exterior
Arts & Crafts Residence - Exterior
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Photographer: Tom Crane
Example of a classic exterior home design in Philadelphia
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