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Lake of the Woods
Lake of the Woods
Glas Associates
A nautical-inspired design with beautifully contrasting finishes and textures throughout Photo by Ashley Avila Photography
Mid-sized coastal gray two-story shingle exterior home idea in Grand Rapids with a shingle roof and a gray roof
Superior Home Inspections NC
Superior Home Inspections NC
Home Inspection in Fayetteville
Inspiration for a timeless gray two-story exterior home remodel in Other with a shingle roof
Southampton Estate
Southampton Estate
Color Brite Painting
Large traditional gray two-story wood exterior home idea in New York with a shingle roof
James Hardie Siding Projects
James Hardie Siding Projects
Tight Line Exteriors
Example of a large arts and crafts gray two-story mixed siding gable roof design in Atlanta
Cape Cod Style Home - Evanston, IL in James Hardie Siding & Trim
Cape Cod Style Home - Evanston, IL in James Hardie Siding & Trim
Siding & Windows Group Ltd
Siding & Windows Group remodeled this Evanston, IL Home James HardiePlank Select Cedarmill Lap Siding in ColorPlus Color Iron Gray and HardieTrim Smooth Boards in Color Plus Color Arctic White.
Exteriors
Exteriors
Meyer Design
Clean craftsman style concept exterior with a wide open front porch.
Example of a mid-sized arts and crafts gray two-story vinyl gable roof design in Chicago
Transitional 1.5 Story
Transitional 1.5 Story
Rautmann Custom Homes
Transitional gray two-story mixed siding gable roof photo in Milwaukee
Cabins in Eastern Washington
Cabins in Eastern Washington
Board & Vellum
Photo by John Granen.
Rustic gray one-story metal exterior home idea in Other with a metal roof
English Manor Westchester County
English Manor Westchester County
Karen Berkemeyer Home
Inspiration for a huge timeless gray two-story exterior home remodel in New York with a shingle roof
Contemporary Exterior
Contemporary Exterior
Small trendy gray one-story metal exterior home photo in New York with a metal roof
Palo Alto Eichler Remodel
Palo Alto Eichler Remodel
Klopf Architecture
Klopf Architecture completely remodeled this once dark Eichler house in Palo Alto creating a more open, bright and functional family home. The reconfigured great room with new full height windows and sliding glass doors blends the indoors with the newly landscaped patio and seating areas outside. The former galley kitchen was relocated and was opened up to have clear sight lines through the great room and out to the patios and yard, including a large island and a beautiful walnut bar countertop with seating. An integrated small front addition was added allowing for a more spacious master bath and hall bath layouts. With the removal of the old brick fireplace, larger sliding glass doors and multiple skylights now flood the home with natural light. The goals were to work within the Eichler style while creating a more open, indoor-outdoor flow and functional spaces, as well as a more efficient building envelope including a well insulated roof, providing solutions that many Eichler homeowners appreciate. The original entryway lacked unique details; the clients desired a more gracious front approach. The historic Eichler color palette was used to create a modern updated front facade. Durable grey porcelain floor tiles unify the entire home, creating a continuous flow. They, along with white walls, provide a backdrop for the unique elements and materials to stand on their own, such as the brightly colored mosaic tiles, the walnut bar and furniture, and stained ceiling boards. A secondary living space was extended out to the patio with the addition of a bench and additional seating. This Single family Eichler 4 bedroom 2 bath remodel is located in the heart of the Silicon Valley. Klopf Architecture Project Team: John Klopf, Klara Kevane, and Ethan Taylor Contractor: Coast to Coast Construction Landscape Contractor: Discelli Structural Engineer: Brian Dotson Consulting Engineer Photography ©2018 Mariko Reed Location: Palo Alto, CA Year completed: 2017
Split Level Facelift
Split Level Facelift
Kurt Baum Architects
Elegant gray split-level wood gable roof photo in Minneapolis
Roofing jobs
Roofing jobs
Raven Roofing and Contracting, Inc
Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional gray two-story mixed siding exterior home remodel in Salt Lake City with a shingle roof
Back Patio and yard
Back Patio and yard
De Mattei Construction
Example of a transitional gray two-story wood exterior home design in San Francisco
Rush Lake Rustic - Crosslake, MN
Rush Lake Rustic - Crosslake, MN
Dan J. Heid - Planning & Design
Dan Heid
Example of a mid-sized mountain style gray two-story wood exterior home design in Minneapolis with a mixed material roof
70's Contemporary Whole House Remodel
70's Contemporary Whole House Remodel
J. Vann, Residence Designer
Update of a 70's ranch to blend with the neighborhood, but refreshing the style. Studio 660 Photography
Inspiration for a mid-sized craftsman gray one-story wood gable roof remodel in Atlanta
Maine House
Maine House
Fivedot
Rachel Sieben
Example of a large country gray two-story wood exterior home design in Portland Maine with a metal roof
Rear Elevation
Rear Elevation
Paragon Custom Builders
The back side of the Main House has large pocketing lift and slide steel doors to offer indoor/outdoor living spaces.
Inspiration for a huge cottage gray two-story wood exterior home remodel in San Francisco with a metal roof
Mt. Baker House
Mt. Baker House
Built By Plum
Trendy gray two-story wood exterior home photo in Seattle
Greenlake Residence
Greenlake Residence
First Lamp
This Greenlake area home is the result of an extensive collaboration with the owners to recapture the architectural character of the 1920’s and 30’s era craftsman homes built in the neighborhood. Deep overhangs, notched rafter tails, and timber brackets are among the architectural elements that communicate this goal. Given its modest 2800 sf size, the home sits comfortably on its corner lot and leaves enough room for an ample back patio and yard. An open floor plan on the main level and a centrally located stair maximize space efficiency, something that is key for a construction budget that values intimate detailing and character over size.