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Dormers Contemporary Exterior Photos

Zelcer House
Zelcer House
Barnette Builders, LLC
Tommy White
Example of a trendy two-story stone exterior home design in Charlotte with a hip roof
Knoll House
Knoll House
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
Jim Westphalen
Mid-sized trendy brown one-story wood exterior home photo in Burlington with a metal roof
Urban Home Magazine
Urban Home Magazine
Jim Schmid Photography
Jim Schmid Photography
Contemporary red two-story brick gable roof idea in Charlotte
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Exterior Project Gallery
Exterior Project Gallery
MS Construction LLC
Small trendy beige two-story stucco house exterior photo in Boise with a hip roof and a shingle roof
Meeting Street Residence
Meeting Street Residence
Aspect Design Build
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary gray two-story mixed siding exterior home remodel in Minneapolis with a shingle roof
Creek Lane Ski-In Ski-Out Remodel
Creek Lane Ski-In Ski-Out Remodel
Menendez Architects PC
The single-story shed roof element at the main living room wall was replaced with a new two-story volume that maximizes the view to the ski mountain and not only allows views from the living room but also from the second floor mezzanine above the living room. Photographer: Emily Minton Redfield
The Canterbury
The Canterbury
Zurich Homes Inc
Large contemporary white two-story brick gable roof idea in Other
Exterior Project Gallery
Exterior Project Gallery
MS Construction LLC
Example of a small trendy beige two-story stucco house exterior design in Boise with a hip roof and a shingle roof
Military Rd New House
Military Rd New House
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Large contemporary beige three-story mixed siding exterior home idea in DC Metro with a shingle roof
Exterior- Front
Exterior- Front
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
Trendy wood exterior home photo in Minneapolis
Knoll House
Knoll House
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
Jim Westphalen
Mid-sized contemporary brown one-story wood exterior home idea in Burlington with a metal roof
Decorate: Chattin Valley Custom Home
Decorate: Chattin Valley Custom Home
Nico Interior Design
Large contemporary white split-level brick house exterior idea in Other with a hip roof and a shingle roof
Exterior - Side
Exterior - Side
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
Contemporary wood gable roof idea in Minneapolis
Great Neighborhood Homes
Great Neighborhood Homes
Great Neighborhood Homes
Photography by VHT
Contemporary exterior home idea in Minneapolis
Cherry Street Residence
Cherry Street Residence
Moore Architects, PC
A simple one-story white clapboard 1920s cottage bungalow sat on a narrow straight street with many older homes, all of which meeting the street with a similar dignified approach. This house was the smallest of them all, built in 1922 as a weekend cottage, near the old East Falls Church rail station which provided direct access to Washington D.C. Its diminutive scale, low-pitched roof with the ridge parallel to the street, and lack of superfluous decoration characterized this cottage bungalow. Though the owners fell in love with the charm of the original house, their growing family presented an architectural dilemma: how do you significantly expand a charming little 1920’s Craftsman style house that you love without totally losing the integrity that made it so perfect? The answer began to formulate after a review of the houses in the turn-of-the-century neighborhood; every older house was two stories tall, each built in a different style, each beautifully proportioned, each much larger than this cottage bungalow. Most of the neighborhood houses had been significantly renovated or expanded. Growing this one-story house would certainly not adversely affect the architectural character of the neighborhood. Given that, the house needed to maintain a diminutive scale in order to appear friendly and avoid a dominating presence. The simplistic, crisp, honest materials and details of the little house, all painted white, would be saved and incorporated into a new house. Across the front of the house, the three public spaces would be saved, connected along an axis anchored on the left by the living room fireplace, with the dining room and the sitting room to the right. These three rooms are punctuated by thirteen windows, which for this house age and style, really suggests a more modern aesthetic. Hoachlander Davis Photography.
Cherry Street Residence
Cherry Street Residence
Moore Architects, PC
A simple one-story white clapboard 1920s cottage bungalow sat on a narrow straight street with many older homes, all of which meeting the street with a similar dignified approach. This house was the smallest of them all, built in 1922 as a weekend cottage, near the old East Falls Church rail station which provided direct access to Washington D.C. Its diminutive scale, low-pitched roof with the ridge parallel to the street, and lack of superfluous decoration characterized this cottage bungalow. Though the owners fell in love with the charm of the original house, their growing family presented an architectural dilemma: how do you significantly expand a charming little 1920’s Craftsman style house that you love without totally losing the integrity that made it so perfect? The answer began to formulate after a review of the houses in the turn-of-the-century neighborhood; every older house was two stories tall, each built in a different style, each beautifully proportioned, each much larger than this cottage bungalow. Most of the neighborhood houses had been significantly renovated or expanded. Growing this one-story house would certainly not adversely affect the architectural character of the neighborhood. Given that, the house needed to maintain a diminutive scale in order to appear friendly and avoid a dominating presence. The simplistic, crisp, honest materials and details of the little house, all painted white, would be saved and incorporated into a new house. Across the front of the house, the three public spaces would be saved, connected along an axis anchored on the left by the living room fireplace, with the dining room and the sitting room to the right. These three rooms are punctuated by thirteen windows, which for this house age and style, really suggests a more modern aesthetic. Hoachlander Davis Photography.
Knoll House
Knoll House
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
Jim Westphalen
Example of a mid-sized trendy brown one-story wood exterior home design in Burlington with a metal roof
Exterior
Exterior
Giulietti Schouten Weber Architects
Photos By; Nate Grant
Inspiration for a contemporary two-story exterior home remodel in Portland
Lavendale Residence
Lavendale Residence
Domiteaux Garza Architecture
Charles Smith Photography
Inspiration for a contemporary exterior home remodel in Dallas
Belvedere Custom
Belvedere Custom
Blue Horse Building & Design
Blue Horse Building + Design // Photos by Tre Dunham - Fine Focus Photography
Large trendy beige two-story mixed siding exterior home photo in Austin with a metal roof
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