This gorgeous modern farmhouse features hardie board board and batten siding with stunning black framed Pella windows. The soffit lighting accents each gable perfectly and creates the perfect farmhouse. Beautiful, interesting exterior with unique windows above front door/porch - rlangelle
Mixed gray exterior with decorative timber truss details. Photography by Spacecrafting Example of a large transitional gray two-story mixed siding exterior home design in Minneapolis An example of a dislike. Would this qualify as gableception? - jbk123
New listing in Studio City, CA
4435 Bellingham Ave
Studio City, CA 91604
$1,595,000 Tuscan beige two-story house exterior photo in Los Angeles with a hip roof and a tile roof Twist on the suburban garage home - evan_plummer
Polsky Perlstein Architects, Michael Hospelt Photography Cottage gray one-story wood exterior home photo in San Francisco with a metal roof nice, should be a deck with a fire pit on it - amy_conger5637001
Mangaris wood coupled with aluminum and glass garage doors and windows creates an ultra-modern yet eco-chic design. The dramatic trellis adds height and the perpendicular lines give added visual interest and dimension. Drought resistant landscaping completes the overall aesthetic. This "shade" is completely lifted. - jeannie6851
Making the most of a wooded lot and interior courtyard, Braxton Werner and Paul Field of Wernerfield Architects transformed this former 1960s ranch house to an inviting yet unapologetically modern home. Outfitted with Western Window Systems products throughout, the home’s beautiful exterior views are framed with large expanses of glass that let in loads of natural light. Multi-slide doors in the bedroom and living areas connect the outdoors with the home’s family-friendly interiors.
Custom Front Porch Arts and crafts gray two-story mixed siding house exterior photo in Chicago Like the siding style but also the concrete. It appears to be stamped but not pavers for the porch area - jilynet
Nestled in the mountains at Lake Nantahala in western North Carolina, this secluded mountain retreat was designed for a couple and their two grown children.
The house is dramatically perched on an extreme grade drop-off with breathtaking mountain and lake views to the south. To maximize these views, the primary living quarters is located on the second floor; entry and guest suites are tucked on the ground floor. A grand entry stair welcomes you with an indigenous clad stone wall in homage to the natural rock face.
The hallmark of the design is the Great Room showcasing high cathedral ceilings and exposed reclaimed wood trusses. Grand views to the south are maximized through the use of oversized picture windows. Views to the north feature an outdoor terrace with fire pit, which gently embraced the rock face of the mountainside. The paint colors are all Sherwin Williams Colors:
Top: Renwick Olive #2815
Bay Windows: Peristyle Brass # 0043
Bottom: Marsh Fern # 2930 - gwenniegee
Flavin Architects collaborated with Ben Wood Studio Shanghai on the design of this modern house overlooking a blueberry farm. A contemporary design that looks at home in a traditional New England landscape, this house features many environmentally sustainable features including passive solar heat and native landscaping. The house is clad in stucco and natural wood in clear and stained finishes and also features a double height dining room with a double-sided fireplace.
Photo by: Nat Rea Photography I like the material used for the exterior, a light gray. - thatoneazian1714