David O. Marlow
Inspiration for a large rustic green two-story wood exterior home remodel in Denver
What if we just did distressed wood with stone base? - dscovell
photo by Gridley+Graves
Inspiration for a mediterranean two-story exterior home remodel in Santa Barbara
I really like this softer blue for shutter color. Can they be resprayed? I could not tell if there were many of them. But the blue color is not so "in your face". - eubankdesignconcepts
A family of five, who lives in a prestigious McLean neighborhood, was looking to renovate and upgrade their 20-year-old kitchen. Goals of the renovation were to move the cooktop out of the island, install all professional-quality appliances, achieve better traffic flow and update the appearance of the space.
The plan was to give a French country look to this kitchen, by carrying the overall soft and creamy color scheme of main floor furniture in the new kitchen. As such, the adjacent family room had to become a significant part of the remodel.
The back wall of the kitchen is now occupied by 48” professional range under a custom wood hood. A new tower style refrigerator covered in matching wood panels is placed at the end of the run, just create more work space on both sides of the stove.
The large contrasting Island in a dark chocolate finish now offers a second dishwasher, a beverage center and built in microwave. It also serves as a large buffet style counter space and accommodate up to five seats around it.
The far wall of the space used to have a bare wall with a 36” fireplace in it. The goal of this renovation was to include all the surrounding walls in the design. Now the entire wall is made of custom cabinets, including display cabinetry on the upper half. The fireplace is wrapped with a matching color mantel and equipped with a big screen TV.
Smart use of detailed crown and trim molding are highlights of this space and help bring the two rooms together, as does the porcelain tile floor. The attached family room provides a casual, comfortable space for guest to relax. And the entire space is perfect for family gatherings or entertaining.
Fantastic views show:
Classic desert Mediterranean villa
Courtyard design within the center of the estate
Custom Tuscan fountain shown in the cobble drive
Copper scuppers, downspouts and gutters
Outdoor courtyard pool, kitchen & living space
Complete with award winning landscape and children's playground
Possible gutter option is cost isn't too high - bpelke
Inspiration for a large cottage gray two-story stone exterior home remodel in New York
Great combo. Copper, Roof, Stone and Cream - vwfinney
Inspiration for a timeless wood exterior home remodel in Portland
like the band at the top of bottom of roof line and the exposed beam ends. - cdsmurray
Inspiration for a timeless double front door remodel in Philadelphia with a red front door
Pretty... love rich looking front door and wood detail - jmhotch32512
The exterior of this craftsman home was re-shingled. Camber installed new copper gutters and downspots.
Example of a mountain style home design design in San Francisco
Pretty but don’t like the swirly design - rolling1876
Completed in 2013, this Dallas modern Mediterranean residence features a circular driveway motor court, entry fountain and a private courtyard with a zero edge pool and spa with wrap around golf course views. The house features a wrap around covered porch that overlooks a private putting green and walking paths. The swimming pool features an all tile finish that creates dramatic reflections day and night.
Columns on the side by the Whites - shelleysweeney2011
Mediterranean brick exterior home idea in Portland
Red chairs in front. Pop that color! - sharonmagnuson
Custom Landscape, Lighting & Hardscape
Design ideas for a mediterranean full sun stone landscaping in DC Metro.
This early 20th century Poppleton Park home was originally 2548 sq ft. with a small kitchen, nook, powder room and dining room on the first floor. The second floor included a single full bath and 3 bedrooms. The client expressed a need for about 1500 additional square feet added to the basement, first floor and second floor. In order to create a fluid addition that seamlessly attached to this home, we tore down the original one car garage, nook and powder room. The addition was added off the northern portion of the home, which allowed for a side entry garage. Plus, a small addition on the Eastern portion of the home enlarged the kitchen, nook and added an exterior covered porch.
Special features of the interior first floor include a beautiful new custom kitchen with island seating, stone countertops, commercial appliances, large nook/gathering with French doors to the covered porch, mud and powder room off of the new four car garage. Most of the 2nd floor was allocated to the master suite. This beautiful new area has views of the park and includes a luxurious master bath with free standing tub and walk-in shower, along with a 2nd floor custom laundry room!
Attention to detail on the exterior was essential to keeping the charm and character of the home. The brick façade from the front view was mimicked along the garage elevation. A small copper cap above the garage doors and 6” half-round copper gutters finish the look.
simple concrete pad works with surrounding slate and landscaping - pedelmann
Elegant two-story exterior home photo in Birmingham
Bronze gutters with house w/white trim - melissaval
Photographer: Bernard Andre'
Transitional white two-story exterior home photo in San Francisco
i like all the outdoor seating, but there is too much and the house is too wide - mark_scanel
photos by Steve Chenn
Mountain style screened-in porch photo in Houston with a roof extension
Detail - door panel almost same height as low wall. - mzkoehler
Builder: John Kraemer & Sons
Architecture: Sharratt Design & Co.
Interior Design: Katie Redpath Constable
Photography: Landmark Photography
Example of a classic patio design in Minneapolis with a fire pit
I like the size of the seating area and counter top - ajani_jackson
The unique site, 11 acres on a peninsula with breathtaking views of the ocean, inspired Meyer & Meyer to break the mold of waterside shingle-style homes. The estate is comprised of a main house, guest house, and existing bunker. The design of the main house involves projecting wings that appear to grow out of the hillside and spread outward toward three sides of ocean views. Architecture and landscape merge as exterior stairways and bridges provide connections to a network of paths leading to the beaches at each point. An enduring palette of local stone, salt-washed wood, and purple-green slate reflects the muted and changeable seaside hues. This beach-side retreat offers ever-changing views from windows, terraces, decks, and pathways. Tucked into the design are unexpected touches such as a hideaway wine room and a nautically-inspired crow’s nest.
Curve if cobblestone. I would like it to be broken up wih another material or have some sort of design - denicekatija
Transitional kitchen photo in DC Metro
A pool and garden developed on a narrow deep lot. Photogaphy: Philip Spears.
Inspiration for a mid-sized traditional shade side yard landscaping in Atlanta.
Solid bottom, open top, no swoop - connorsgwen
Photographer: Bernard Andre'
Inspiration for a transitional entryway remodel in San Francisco with a glass front door
sconces, landscaping - very open and clean - mybath2012