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Northwest Contemporary Exterior
Northwest Contemporary Exterior
Paul Moon Design
Example of a trendy one-story exterior home design in Seattle
Little Cottage on Chester
Little Cottage on Chester
Gill Design Co.
We found a sweet little cottage in east Nashville and fell in love. The seller's expectation was that we would tear it down and build a duplex, but we felt that this house had so much more it wanted to give. The interior space is small, but a double-swing front porch, large rear deck and an old garage converted into studio space make for flexible living solutions.
Headwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky, Montana - Private Residence
Headwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky, Montana - Private Residence
Dan Joseph Architects, LLC
Headwaters Camp Custom Designed Cabin by Dan Joseph Architects, LLC, PO Box 12770 Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 83001 - PH 1-800-800-3935 - info@djawest.com info@djawest.com
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Overlook Show Home
Overlook Show Home
Axiom Luxury Homes
Justin Krug
Mid-sized contemporary one-story exterior home idea in Portland
944 Seymour Avenue
944 Seymour Avenue
Building Company Number 7, Inc.
Example of a small arts and crafts gray two-story wood exterior home design in Nashville with a shingle roof
Arlington Bungalow
Arlington Bungalow
Moore Architects, PC
Originally built as a modest two-bedroom post-World War II brick and block rambler in 1951, this house has assumed an entirely new identity, assimilating the turn-of-the-century farmhouse and early century Craftsman bungalow aesthetic. The program for this project was tightly linked to aesthetics, function and budget. The owner had lived in this plain brick box for eight years, making modest changes, which included new windows, a new kitchen addition on the rear, and a new coat of paint. While this helped to lessen the stark contrast between his house and the wonderful Craftsman style houses in the neighborhood, the changes weren’t enough to satisfy the owner’s love of the great American bungalow. The architect was called back to create a house that truly fit the neighborhood. The renovated house had to: 1) fit the bungalow style both outside and inside; 2) double the square footage of the existing house, creating new bedrooms on the second floor, and reorganizing the first floor spaces; and 3) fit a budget that forced the total reuse of the existing structure, including the new replacement windows and new kitchen wing from the previous project. The existing front wall of the house was pulled forward three feet to maximize the existing front yard building setback. A six-foot deep porch that stretched across most of the new front elevation was added, pulling the house closer to the street to match the front yard setbacks of other local early twentieth century houses. This cozier relationship to the street and the public made for a more comfortable and less imposing siting. The front rooms of the house became new public spaces, with the old living room becoming the Inglenook and entry foyer, while the old front bedroom became the new living room. A new stairway was positioned on axis with the new front door, but set deep into the house adjacent to the reconfigured dining room. The kitchen at the rear that had been opened up during the 1996 modifications was closed down again, creating clearly defined spaces, but spaces that are connected visually from room to room. At the top of the new stair to the second floor is a short efficient hall with a twin window view to the rear yard. From this hall are entrances to the master bedroom, second bedroom and master bathroom. The new master bedroom located on the centerline of the front of the house, fills the entire front dormer with three exposures of windows facing predominately east to catch the morning light. Off of this private space is a study and walk-in closet tucked under the roof eaves of the new second floor. The new master bathroom, adjacent to the master bedroom with an exit to the hall, has matching pedestal sinks with custom wood medicine cabinets, a soaking tub, a large shower with a round-river-stone floor with a high window facing into the rear yard, and wood paneling similar to the new wood paneling on the first floor spaces. Hoachlander Davis Photography
Modern Exterior
Modern Exterior
Example of a trendy one-story wood exterior home design in New York with a hip roof
My Houzz: Bold Wallpaper Kicks Up a Century-Old Craftsman
My Houzz: Bold Wallpaper Kicks Up a Century-Old Craftsman
Sarah Greenman
Sarah Greenman © 2012 Houzz Matthew Craig Interiors
Craftsman gray two-story gable roof idea in Seattle
La Canada Residence
La Canada Residence
bspk design inc.
Inspiration for a large contemporary gray one-story stucco exterior home remodel in Los Angeles with a shed roof
Arrow House
Arrow House
Sarah Phipps Design
Joseph Eastburn Photography
Inspiration for a small timeless one-story exterior home remodel in Other
Front elevation
Front elevation
Chioco Design
1930's Cottage Casey Dunn Photography
Small traditional one-story wood exterior home idea in Austin
The Pavilion
The Pavilion
RIVER NORTH
Architect : Adapture / Photography : Eric Penrod
Example of a large trendy beige one-story stone exterior home design in Las Vegas
craftsman teahouse
craftsman teahouse
Gardner Architects LLC
photo credit: Celia Pearson
Craftsman two-story exterior home idea in DC Metro
Miscellaneous Homes
Miscellaneous Homes
David Palermo Photography
©David Palermo
Example of a tuscan one-story exterior home design in Santa Barbara
Private Residence in Savannah, GA
Private Residence in Savannah, GA
RHEINZINK
The design inspiration for this private residence located in Savannah, GA comes from the architectural and cultural influences of the Caribbean Islands. A primary design goal was to create a one-story house that suited the environment and also broke up the nearly 18,000 square feet of living area. Design for the project was provided by GreenLine Architecture, Savannah. More than 40,000 sq. ft. of RHEINZINK Double Lock Standing Seam roof panels were utilized throughout the complex. The 0.8mm/22 gauge panels were finished with Pre-weathered Graphite Gray. The RHEINZINK panels were fabricated by MetalQuarters, Savannah, and installed by Integrated Construction and Restoration, Waverly, GA. The RHEINZINK distributor on the project was MetalTech—USA, Peachtree City, GA.
Craftsman Cottage  - Rosedale Ave
Craftsman Cottage - Rosedale Ave
Avenue B Development
Exterior of 1939 remodeled Craftsman. BM Van Courtland Blue exterior. Large porch with single dormer.
Example of an arts and crafts exterior home design in Austin
Contemporary Exterior
Contemporary Exterior
Contemporary gray one-story exterior home idea in San Francisco
Porter Street Bungalow
Porter Street Bungalow
Moore Architects, PC
The Cleveland Park neighborhood of Washington, D.C boasts some of the most beautiful and well maintained bungalows of the late 19th century. Residential streets are distinguished by the most significant craftsman icon, the front porch. Porter Street Bungalow was different. The stucco walls on the right and left side elevations were the first indication of an original bungalow form. Yet the swooping roof, so characteristic of the period, was terminated at the front by a first floor enclosure that had almost no penetrations and presented an unwelcoming face. Original timber beams buried within the enclosed mass provided the only fenestration where they nudged through. The house, known affectionately as ‘the bunker’, was in serious need of a significant renovation and restoration. A young couple purchased the house over 10 years ago as a first home. As their family grew and professional lives matured the inadequacies of the small rooms and out of date systems had to be addressed. The program called to significantly enlarge the house with a major new rear addition. The completed house had to fulfill all of the requirements of a modern house: a reconfigured larger living room, new shared kitchen and breakfast room and large family room on the first floor and three modified bedrooms and master suite on the second floor. Front photo by Hoachlander Davis Photography. All other photos by Prakash Patel.
East Nashville Craftsman
East Nashville Craftsman
Leverick Homes
Small craftsman white one-story brick exterior home idea in Nashville
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