Yellow Exterior Home Ideas
This 3-acre property in the historic town of Concord merges a new home with surrounding topography and builds upon the neighborhood's historic and aesthetic influences. With ten entrances, the success of place making is rooted in expressing interior and exterior connections. Slabs of antique granite, Ipe decking, and stuccoed concrete risers with bluestone treads are instrumental in shaping the physical and visual experiences of the property. A formal entry walk of reclaimed bluestone and cobble slice through a sculptural grove of transplanted, mature mountain laurels and azaleas, and a new driveway sweeps past the front entrance of the house leading to a parking court. A meadow forms an intermediate zone between the domestic yard and the untamed woodland, and drifts of shrubs and perennials lend texture and scale to the home and outdoor spaces.
Things to Check Off Your List in an Hour or LessDisconnect hoses. If it freezes in winter where you live, now is the time to shut off the water supply to your outdoor faucets. After shutting off the water, turn on the faucets outside to allow any water left to drain out. Then disconnect garden hoses, drain the water and roll them up to store indoors until spring.Keep an eye on trees. A buildup of heavy snow on tree limbs can make them more prone to breaking. Brush snow off tree limbs after each - alice_myself
Tuscan yellow exterior home photo in Miami
Trim/Accents Ben Moore 211 (Fresh Care) House Ben Moore 221 (Golden Garden) - missy_ward
TV and Game Room all in one. A fun space to entertain guests.
Photgraphed by Galie Photography
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Exterior lots of glass, welcoming porch, black and white combo - bkissel
Photograph By: CJ Walker Photography
Mediterranean yellow two-story exterior home idea in Miami
bugambilia terraza poniente - mariag01
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Idee de devanture (1er et 2eme etages) - webuser_592101731
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This is the rear of the house seen from the dock. The low doors provide access to eht crawl space below the house. The house is in a flood zone so the floor elevations are raised. The railing is Azek. Windows are Pella. The standing seam roof is galvalume. The siding is applied over concrete block structural walls.
starting to like the bright yellow - nicole_bailey31
An award-winning, one-of-a-kind Custom Home built by London Bay Homes in Grey Oaks located in Naples, Florida. London’s Bay talented team of architects and designers have assisted their clients in creating homes perfectly suited to their personalities and lifestyles. They’ve incorporated styles and features from around the world and their experience extends to a design process that is well-structured, easy to navigate, timely and responsive to the client’s budget parameters.
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Column white w white cab and base. Area above w louvered panels is color of walls of house - reneeabf
Trendy yellow mixed siding exterior home photo in Miami
Corrugated metal feature. But I like the really shiny--no rust stuff with uplights. - bstrominger
Decra Galvalume, Stone-coated steel roofing.
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The multi-step metal roof, wood framed entrance, and mulit-lite entry doors make this an architecturally interesting façade. The crisp white trim paired with the light yellow walls are fresh and welcoming.
I love this door! I think adding a mullioned door that brings in some more natural light would be a nice touch too - kotevskic
Email me at email@example.com to receive access to the list of paint colors for this project. Title your email "Heights Project Paint Colors" Miro Dvorscak, photographer
Historical Yellow? I like the covered drive thru a lot - gingerbeeisme
Tuscan yellow mixed siding exterior home photo in Phoenix
Upgrade to the front of the house? - bsturm1977
The historic restoration of this First Period Ipswich, Massachusetts home (c. 1686) was an eighteen-month project that combined exterior and interior architectural work to preserve and revitalize this beautiful home. Structurally, work included restoring the summer beam, straightening the timber frame, and adding a lean-to section. The living space was expanded with the addition of a spacious gourmet kitchen featuring countertops made of reclaimed barn wood. As is always the case with our historic renovations, we took special care to maintain the beauty and integrity of the historic elements while bringing in the comfort and convenience of modern amenities. We were even able to uncover and restore much of the original fabric of the house (the chimney, fireplaces, paneling, trim, doors, hinges, etc.), which had been hidden for years under a renovation dating back to 1746.
Winner, 2012 Mary P. Conley Award for historic home restoration and preservation
You can read more about this restoration in the Boston Globe article by Regina Cole, “A First Period home gets a second life.” http://www.bostonglobe.com/magazine/2013/10/26/couple-rebuild-their-century-home-ipswich/r2yXE5yiKWYcamoFGmKVyL/story.html
Photo Credit: Eric Roth
yellow siding cedar shjake roof - tracyjeremias
Inspiration for a mid-sized tropical yellow one-story wood exterior home remodel in Miami with a hip roof
here is another dormer idea with outside shutters - joy_fluker
Originally built in the 1940’s as an austere three-bedroom
partial center-hall neo-colonial with attached garage, this
house has assumed an entirely new identity. The transformation
to an asymmetrical dormered cottage responded to the
architectural character of the surrounding City of Falls Church
The family had lived in this house for seven years, but
recognized that the plan of the house, with its discreet
box-like rooms, was at odds with their desired life-style. The
circulation for the house included each room, without a
distinct circulation system. The architect was asked to expand
the living space on both floors, and create a house that unified
family activities. A family room and breakfast room were
added to the rear of the first floor, and the existing spaces
reconfigured to create an openness and connection among
the rooms. An existing garage was integrated into the house
volume, becoming the kitchen, powder room and mudroom.
Front and back porches were added, allowing an overlap of
family life inside the house and outside in the yard.
Rather than simply enlarge the rectangular footprint of the
house, the architect sought to break down the massing with
perpendicular gable roofs and dormers to alleviate the roof
line. The Craftsman style provided texture to the fenestration.
The broad roof overhangs provided sun screening and
rain protection. The challenge of unifying the massing led
to the development of the breakfast room. Conceived as a
modern element, the one-story massing of the breakfast
room with roof terrace above twists the volume 45% to the
mass of the main house. Materials and detailing express the
distinction. While the main house is clad in the original brick
and new horizontal siding with trim and details appropriate
to its cottage vocabulary, the breakfast room exterior is clad
in vertical wide-board tongue-and-groove siding to minimize
the texture. The steel hand railing on the roof terrace above
accentuates the clean lines of this special element.
Hoachlander Davis Photography
use doors to sides and put window in center? - teresegillcrist
Example of a tuscan yellow two-story stucco exterior home design in Chicago with a tile roof
Lots of plants, loose, not formal - sstephens4
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Mid-sized arts and crafts yellow two-story wood gable roof photo in Seattle with a shingle roof
Simple gable & large, could cover other window - ash_gruver
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like roof lines, do not like house color - meganwfinnegan