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Eclectic Exterior Home Ideas

Large eclectic beige two-story stucco exterior home idea in Phoenix with a hip roof

Large eclectic beige two-story stucco exterior home idea in Phoenix with a hip roof
Fresh look for front door - diaga

Mid-sized eclectic gray one-story stucco gable roof photo in San Francisco

Bright Room SF
Mid-sized eclectic gray one-story stucco gable roof photo in San Francisco
I would love a small front porch to sit on a watch kids ride bikes...understand this is likely not possible but this is cute. - roeloal

Eclectic exterior home idea in Other

Eclectic exterior home idea in Other

Eclectic two-story wood exterior home idea in Atlanta

Justin Evans Photography
Eclectic two-story wood exterior home idea in Atlanta
I LOVE the green, color of the wood and shingles and the railing - lindseyingram_21

Example of an eclectic exterior home design in Other

Studio C. | Cheryl Nemazie
Example of an eclectic exterior home design in Other

Example of an eclectic metal exterior home design in Denver

Example of an eclectic metal exterior home design in Denver
clean lines, apron on the front with catch basin - jennifer_nunnelley

Inspiration for a mid-sized eclectic gray two-story stone exterior home remodel in Boston

This is a unique home nestled in a wooded area outside of Boston, MA. It features an amazing thatched roof, eyebrow windows, white stucco, and an aged round fieldstone siding. This home looks as if it was taken right out of a fairytale. The stone was Boston Blend Round Thin Veneer provided by Stoneyard.com.
Steep roof with dormers are good. The “shortness” of the front porch is not good. - webuser_771242571

Eclectic brown two-story wood exterior home idea in Boston

Airbnb Lena Teveris
Eclectic brown two-story wood exterior home idea in Boston
I like the exterior of this house because there is a lot of green. The house is original and there are trees and it has a lot of space. - valeria_cazares

Eclectic exterior home idea in Austin

texas hill country ranch house www.allen-guerra.com
Eclectic exterior home idea in Austin
connecting porch good canopy +++CANOPY FOR MOST STRUCTURES+++ - travisg2012

Inspiration for a large eclectic beige one-story glass exterior home remodel in Orange County

Cameo Shores Corona del Mar, California
Inspiration for a large eclectic beige one-story glass exterior home remodel in Orange County
The structural design is not usual and of course computation on this is really hard. - jhcalpito

Example of an eclectic white three-story gable roof design in Other with a shingle roof

Example of an eclectic white three-story gable roof design in Other with a shingle roof

Eclectic two-story exterior home idea in Minneapolis

Eclectic two-story exterior home idea in Minneapolis
now that's a normal house made hobbit house! - kayla_rawles

Example of an eclectic brown exterior home design in San Diego with a shingle roof

mantis3d.com
Example of an eclectic brown exterior home design in San Diego with a shingle roof

Eclectic exterior home photo in Philadelphia

Allenaim Photography
Eclectic exterior home photo in Philadelphia
Tile wall - daliaven

Inspiration for an eclectic beige two-story exterior home remodel

The client’s coastal New England roots inspired this Shingle style design for a lakefront lot. With a background in interior design, her ideas strongly influenced the process, presenting both challenge and reward in executing her exact vision. Vintage coastal style grounds a thoroughly modern open floor plan, designed to house a busy family with three active children. A primary focus was the kitchen, and more importantly, the butler’s pantry tucked behind it. Flowing logically from the garage entry and mudroom, and with two access points from the main kitchen, it fulfills the utilitarian functions of storage and prep, leaving the main kitchen free to shine as an integral part of the open living area. An ARDA for Custom Home Design goes to Royal Oaks Design Designer: Kieran Liebl From: Oakdale, Minnesota
shingle style with straight roof lines, arched entry - cdremel

Inspiration for an eclectic gray one-story wood gable roof remodel in Seattle

Inspiration for an eclectic gray one-story wood gable roof remodel in Seattle
exterior: Amazing shapes and colors! - noellefabian

After moving into a luxurious home in Ashburn, Virginia, the homeowners decided the master bathroom needed to be revamped. The existing whirlpool tub was far too big, the shower too small and the make-up area poorly designed. From a functional standpoint, they wanted lots of storage, his and her separate vanities with a large make-up area, better lighting, a large steam shower and a vaulted ceiling. Aesthetics were also important, however, and the lady of the house had always dreamed of having a Venetian style spa. Taking some space from an adjacent closet has allowed for a much larger shower stall with an arched transom window letting plenty of natural light into the space. Using various sizes of tumbled limestone to build its walls, it includes a rain shower head, a hand shower and body sprayers. A seating bench and storage niches make it easier to use. New plumbing was put in place to add a large vanity with upper glass cabinets for the man of the house, while one corner of the space was used to create a make-up desk complete with a seamless mirror and embedded sconce lights A free standing Neapolitan-style soaking tub with fluted columns and arched header is the real focal point of this space. Set among large corner windows, under a stylish chandelier, this elegant design sets this bathroom apart from any bathroom in its category.

Eclectic exterior home idea in Denver

Barn sliding doors crafted using antique Mexican barn doors. Photo: Bob Brazell
Eclectic exterior home idea in Denver
BARN DOOR ENTRANCE TO A ROOM OR MASTER ENSUITE - hudzy

Example of an eclectic exterior home design in Minneapolis

Landmark Photography
Example of an eclectic exterior home design in Minneapolis
stucco retaining walls with planting beds - whitespace1201

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