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Exterior Home Ideas

Trendy beige two-story exterior home photo in Dallas with a shingle roof

Trendy beige two-story exterior home photo in Dallas with a shingle roof
Glass door, wall colour, wall texture, modern windows, foot path - paran

Example of a large mountain style brown three-story mixed siding gable roof design in Other with a shingle roof

Example of a large mountain style brown three-story mixed siding gable roof design in Other with a shingle roof
Not related to suite, but this is our final product (one day) - realestatewebmasters

Beach style one-story stucco exterior home idea with a hip roof

Traditional white two-story brick exterior home idea in New York

Photos by Nancy Elizabeth Hill
Traditional white two-story brick exterior home idea in New York
Don’t like the shutters color. Too bland - emmrb

Huge country wood exterior home photo in Other

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Huge country wood exterior home photo in Other
Farmhouse style house. barnhouse - reidbarnett

Example of a mid-sized classic white two-story exterior home design in Other with a hip roof

Steve Roberts
Example of a mid-sized classic white two-story exterior home design in Other with a hip roof
dark tile on water line with lighter stone on Deck - kembery

Modern exterior home idea in San Francisco

Klopf Architecture, Arterra Landscape Architects and Henry Calvert of Calvert Ventures Designed and built a new warm, modern, Eichler-inspired, open, indoor-outdoor home on a deeper-than-usual San Mateo Highlands property where an original Eichler house had burned to the ground. The owners wanted multi-generational living and larger spaces than the original home offered, but all parties agreed that the house should respect the neighborhood and blend in stylistically with the other Eichlers. At first the Klopf team considered re-using what little was left of the original home and expanding on it. But after discussions with the owner and builder, all parties agreed that the last few remaining elements of the house were not practical to re-use, so Klopf Architecture designed a new home that pushes the Eichler approach in new directions. One disadvantage of Eichler production homes is that the house designs were not optimized for each specific lot. A new custom home offered the team a chance to start over. In this case, a longer house that opens up sideways to the south fit the lot better than the original square-ish house that used to open to the rear (west). Accordingly, the Klopf team designed an L-shaped “bar” house with a large glass wall with large sliding glass doors that faces sideways instead of to the rear like a typical Eichler. This glass wall opens to a pool and landscaped yard designed by Arterra Landscape Architects. Driving by the house, one might assume at first glance it is an Eichler because of the horizontality, the overhanging flat roof eaves, the dark gray vertical siding, and orange solid panel front door, but the house is designed for the 21st Century and is not meant to be a “Likeler.” You won't see any posts and beams in this home. Instead, the ceiling decking is a western red cedar that covers over all the beams. Like Eichlers, this cedar runs continuously from inside to out, enhancing the indoor / outdoor feeling of the house, but unlike Eichlers it conceals a cavity for lighting, wiring, and insulation. Ceilings are higher, rooms are larger and more open, the master bathroom is light-filled and more generous, with a separate tub and shower and a separate toilet compartment, and there is plenty of storage. The garage even easily fits two of today's vehicles with room to spare. A massive 49-foot by 12-foot wall of glass and the continuity of materials from inside to outside enhance the inside-outside living concept, so the owners and their guests can flow freely from house to pool deck to BBQ to pool and back. During construction in the rough framing stage, Klopf thought the front of the house appeared too tall even though the house had looked right in the design renderings (probably because the house is uphill from the street). So Klopf Architecture paid the framer to change the roofline from how we had designed it to be lower along the front, allowing the home to blend in better with the neighborhood. One project goal was for people driving up the street to pass the home without immediately noticing there is an "imposter" on this lot, and making that change was essential to achieve that goal. This 2,606 square foot, 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom Eichler-inspired new house is located in San Mateo in the heart of the Silicon Valley. Klopf Architecture Project Team: John Klopf, AIA, Klara Kevane Landscape Architect: Arterra Landscape Architects Contractor: Henry Calvert of Calvert Ventures Photography ©2016 Mariko Reed Location: San Mateo, CA Year completed: 2016
See the hill. See the patio with pebbles in-between. - midcenturygladys

Minimalist gray two-story flat roof photo in Atlanta

Gilbertson Photography
Minimalist gray two-story flat roof photo in Atlanta
Glass rooms huddled around a fireplace - rodcollins

Trendy beige two-story exterior home photo in Dallas with a shingle roof

Trendy beige two-story exterior home photo in Dallas with a shingle roof
Glass door, wall colour, wall texture, modern windows, foot path - paran

Example of a mid-sized 1950s white one-story vinyl flat roof design in Boston

The owners were downsizing from a large ornate property down the street and were seeking a number of goals. Single story living, modern and open floor plan, comfortable working kitchen, spaces to house their collection of artwork, low maintenance and a strong connection between the interior and the landscape. Working with a long narrow lot adjacent to conservation land, the main living space (16 foot ceiling height at its peak) opens with folding glass doors to a large screen porch that looks out on a courtyard and the adjacent wooded landscape. This gives the home the perception that it is on a much larger lot and provides a great deal of privacy. The transition from the entry to the core of the home provides a natural gallery in which to display artwork and sculpture. Artificial light almost never needs to be turned on during daytime hours and the substantial peaked roof over the main living space is oriented to allow for solar panels not visible from the street or yard.
blue door, MCM garage door, natural beams - joshua_howes

Designed by James Cummings, AIA
Mid-sized traditional green two-story wood gable roof idea in DC Metro with a shingle roof

Example of a small arts and crafts blue two-story wood gable roof design in Indianapolis with a shingle roof

Example of a small arts and crafts blue two-story wood gable roof design in Indianapolis with a shingle roof
square pillars and beefier window trim - kfous23

Inspiration for a mid-sized farmhouse exterior home remodel in Boston

Peastone driveway with antique granite curbing and perennials planting beds.
Inspiration for a mid-sized farmhouse exterior home remodel in Boston
Dream replacement around the front and side of the house - abby_lintz

Example of a trendy black two-story mixed siding flat roof design in Other

Martis Camp
Example of a trendy black two-story mixed siding flat roof design in Other
Nice but a bit too much 007-villain-ish. - marko_gargenta

Modern beige two-story flat roof idea in Austin

Casey Dunn
Modern beige two-story flat roof idea in Austin
Patio and top window formation with the rooftop - goatlove2020

Minimalist gray two-story flat roof photo in Houston

This modern house provides California-style indoor-outdoor living, creating strong connections to the outdoors with large expanses of glass interspersed with limestone masses. © Matthew Millman
Tone on tone stone and plaster. - contact6371

Example of a mid-sized classic gray two-story stone gable roof design in Phoenix

Example of a mid-sized classic gray two-story stone gable roof design in Phoenix
Pretty round window in front door with side-lights - peggy_crum

Example of a transitional gray two-story gable roof design in Austin with a metal roof

Example of a transitional gray two-story gable roof design in Austin with a metal roof
The Way The Front Looks - dominicgeiwitz

Large elegant white two-story wood gable roof photo in Charlotte with a shingle roof

New family entry and second floor bedrooms.
Large elegant white two-story wood gable roof photo in Charlotte with a shingle roof
bay window roof - if we don't extend porch - cec733

Mountain style wood exterior home photo in Other

Daniel J. Cox
Mountain style wood exterior home photo in Other
This is what I was thinking for outside design... with the logs being exposed under the front porch not all the wood but a mixture of exteriors - penrodj

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