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The Thicket
The Thicket
Ectypos Architecture
Dense landscaping, terraces, steps and ramps lending depth to narrow yards. Photo by: Joe Iano
Example of a large classic beige three-story wood exterior home design in Seattle with a shingle roof
Cottage
Cottage
Edgewater Design Group
The family purchased the 1950s ranch on Mullet Lake because their daughter dreamed of being married on its shores. The home would be used for the wedding venue and then as a wedding gift to the young couple. We were originally hired in August 2014 to help with a simple renovation of the home that was to be completed well in advance of the August 2015 wedding date. However, thorough investigation revealed significant issues with the original foundation, floor framing and other critical elements of the home’s structure that made that impossible. Based on this information, the family decided to tear down and build again. So now we were tasked with designing a new home that would embody their daughter’s vision of a storybook home – a vision inspired by another one of our projects that she had toured. To capture this aesthetic, traditional cottage materials such as stone and cedar shakes are accentuated by more materials such as reclaimed barn wood siding and corrugated CORTEN steel accent roofs. Inside, interior finishes include hand-hewn timber accents that frame openings and highlight features like the entrance reading nook. Natural materials shine against white walls and simply furnished rooms. While the house has nods to vintage style throughout, the open-plan kitchen and living area allows for both contemporary living and entertaining. We were able to capture their daughter’s vision and the home was completed on time for her big day. - Jacqueline Southby Photography
Garage
Garage
Chesler Construction, Inc.
Mixture of wood and stone create an organic feel
Trendy wood gable roof photo in San Francisco
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Asymmetrical French Eclectic
Asymmetrical French Eclectic
Farris Concepts in Architecture
Front Elevation Detail
Example of a large classic white three-story stucco gable roof design in Nashville
City View
City View
Dick Clark + Associates
Example of a large minimalist white two-story wood flat roof design in Austin
Photos
Photos
Tom Ellis Construction
Inspiration for an industrial metal exterior home remodel in Atlanta
Pigeon Creek Residence
Pigeon Creek Residence
Lucid Architecture
Contemporary wood exterior home idea in Grand Rapids
Quail West Remodel
Quail West Remodel
Diamond Custom Homes, Inc.
Mediterranean exterior home idea in Miami
Buckhead Ranch - Whole House Renovation
Buckhead Ranch - Whole House Renovation
Alair Homes Decatur
Example of a classic gray exterior home design in Atlanta with a shed roof
Sweeney Lake House
Sweeney Lake House
CHRISTIAN DEAN ARCHITECTURE, LLC
Chad Holder
Example of a mid-sized minimalist white one-story mixed siding flat roof design in Minneapolis
Greenbrier Exterior
Greenbrier Exterior
Isler Homes
This classically designed French Manor house brings the timeless style of Paris to Texas. The roof is natural slate. The elevation is Cast Stone. The sidewalk is Leuters Limestone inset with Pennsylvania Bluestone.
Dusk Exterior
Dusk Exterior
SemelSnow Interior Design, Inc.
Wayne Cable Photography
Example of a large minimalist one-story wood exterior home design in Chicago
Meyers Remodel
Meyers Remodel
KGA Studio Architects, PC
Inspiration for a mediterranean two-story exterior home remodel in Denver
Falls Church Cottage
Falls Church Cottage
Moore Architects, PC
Originally built in the 1940’s as an austere three-bedroom partial center-hall neo-colonial with attached garage, this house has assumed an entirely new identity. The transformation to an asymmetrical dormered cottage responded to the architectural character of the surrounding City of Falls Church neighborhood. The family had lived in this house for seven years, but recognized that the plan of the house, with its discreet box-like rooms, was at odds with their desired life-style. The circulation for the house included each room, without a distinct circulation system. The architect was asked to expand the living space on both floors, and create a house that unified family activities. A family room and breakfast room were added to the rear of the first floor, and the existing spaces reconfigured to create an openness and connection among the rooms. An existing garage was integrated into the house volume, becoming the kitchen, powder room and mudroom. Front and back porches were added, allowing an overlap of family life inside the house and outside in the yard. Rather than simply enlarge the rectangular footprint of the house, the architect sought to break down the massing with perpendicular gable roofs and dormers to alleviate the roof line. The Craftsman style provided texture to the fenestration. The broad roof overhangs provided sun screening and rain protection. The challenge of unifying the massing led to the development of the breakfast room. Conceived as a modern element, the one-story massing of the breakfast room with roof terrace above twists the volume 45% to the mass of the main house. Materials and detailing express the distinction. While the main house is clad in the original brick and new horizontal siding with trim and details appropriate to its cottage vocabulary, the breakfast room exterior is clad in vertical wide-board tongue-and-groove siding to minimize the texture. The steel hand railing on the roof terrace above accentuates the clean lines of this special element. Hoachlander Davis Photography
Fairfield - Modern Farmhouse
Fairfield - Modern Farmhouse
Visbeen Architects
Photographer: Mike Buck Builder: Falcon Custom Homes Interior Designer: Mary Burns - Gallery A perfectly proportioned story and a half cottage, the Farfield is full of traditional details and charm. The front is composed of matching board and batten gables flanking a covered porch featuring square columns with pegged capitols. A tour of the rear façade reveals an asymmetrical elevation with a tall living room gable anchoring the right and a low retractable-screened porch to the left. Inside, the front foyer opens up to a wide staircase clad in horizontal boards for a more modern feel. To the left, and through a short hall, is a study with private access to the main levels public bathroom. Further back a corridor, framed on one side by the living rooms stone fireplace, connects the master suite to the rest of the house. Entrance to the living room can be gained through a pair of openings flanking the stone fireplace, or via the open concept kitchen/dining room. Neutral grey cabinets featuring a modern take on a recessed panel look, line the perimeter of the kitchen, framing the elongated kitchen island. Twelve leather wrapped chairs provide enough seating for a large family, or gathering of friends. Anchoring the rear of the main level is the screened in porch framed by square columns that match the style of those found at the front porch. Upstairs, there are a total of four separate sleeping chambers. The two bedrooms above the master suite share a bathroom, while the third bedroom to the rear features its own en suite. The fourth is a large bunkroom above the homes two-stall garage large enough to host an abundance of guests.
Fairfield - Modern Farmhouse
Fairfield - Modern Farmhouse
Visbeen Architects
Builder: Falcon Custom Homes Interior Designer: Mary Burns - Gallery Photographer: Mike Buck A perfectly proportioned story and a half cottage, the Farfield is full of traditional details and charm. The front is composed of matching board and batten gables flanking a covered porch featuring square columns with pegged capitols. A tour of the rear façade reveals an asymmetrical elevation with a tall living room gable anchoring the right and a low retractable-screened porch to the left. Inside, the front foyer opens up to a wide staircase clad in horizontal boards for a more modern feel. To the left, and through a short hall, is a study with private access to the main levels public bathroom. Further back a corridor, framed on one side by the living rooms stone fireplace, connects the master suite to the rest of the house. Entrance to the living room can be gained through a pair of openings flanking the stone fireplace, or via the open concept kitchen/dining room. Neutral grey cabinets featuring a modern take on a recessed panel look, line the perimeter of the kitchen, framing the elongated kitchen island. Twelve leather wrapped chairs provide enough seating for a large family, or gathering of friends. Anchoring the rear of the main level is the screened in porch framed by square columns that match the style of those found at the front porch. Upstairs, there are a total of four separate sleeping chambers. The two bedrooms above the master suite share a bathroom, while the third bedroom to the rear features its own en suite. The fourth is a large bunkroom above the homes two-stall garage large enough to host an abundance of guests.
Fall Parade 2017 - Edina
Fall Parade 2017 - Edina
David Charlez Designs
David Charlez Designs carefully designed this modern home with massive windows, a metal roof, and a mix of stone and wood on the exterior. It is unique and one of a kind. Photos by Space Crafting
Fairfield - Modern Farmhouse
Fairfield - Modern Farmhouse
Visbeen Architects
Builder: Falcon Custom Homes Interior Designer: Mary Burns - Gallery Photographer: Mike Buck A perfectly proportioned story and a half cottage, the Farfield is full of traditional details and charm. The front is composed of matching board and batten gables flanking a covered porch featuring square columns with pegged capitols. A tour of the rear façade reveals an asymmetrical elevation with a tall living room gable anchoring the right and a low retractable-screened porch to the left. Inside, the front foyer opens up to a wide staircase clad in horizontal boards for a more modern feel. To the left, and through a short hall, is a study with private access to the main levels public bathroom. Further back a corridor, framed on one side by the living rooms stone fireplace, connects the master suite to the rest of the house. Entrance to the living room can be gained through a pair of openings flanking the stone fireplace, or via the open concept kitchen/dining room. Neutral grey cabinets featuring a modern take on a recessed panel look, line the perimeter of the kitchen, framing the elongated kitchen island. Twelve leather wrapped chairs provide enough seating for a large family, or gathering of friends. Anchoring the rear of the main level is the screened in porch framed by square columns that match the style of those found at the front porch. Upstairs, there are a total of four separate sleeping chambers. The two bedrooms above the master suite share a bathroom, while the third bedroom to the rear features its own en suite. The fourth is a large bunkroom above the homes two-stall garage large enough to host an abundance of guests.
CASK house
CASK house
Atmosphere Design Build
Kat Alves Photography
Example of a small trendy two-story mixed siding exterior home design in Sacramento
Legacy Homes - Aberdeen 1
Legacy Homes - Aberdeen 1
Splice Design
Inspiration for a contemporary gray two-story flat roof remodel in Atlanta
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