photo by Sylvia Martin
glass lake house takes advantage of lake views and maximizes cool air circulation from the lake.
Large mountain style brown two-story wood exterior home photo in Birmingham with a shingle roof House on hillside - Post under deck - mossycreek
Redwood siding above, and stucco at ground level for wildfire resistance. Mid-sized rustic multicolored two-story mixed siding house exterior idea in San Francisco look at this color palette for our cabin: brown, blue, grey and black! - marykerns76
This small guest house is built into the side of the hill and opens up to majestic views of Vail Mountain. The living room cantilevers over the garage below and helps create the feeling of the room floating over the valley below. The house also features a green roof to help minimize the impacts on the house above. тнє ѕтуℓє σf тнє єχтєяισя! - lashonda_bond
The contemporary lines of the roof and windows bring an touch of modernity to this rustic location. Example of a large trendy gray two-story stone exterior home design in Austin i'm totally fine with the "wildness" of this "landscape" - lizwillis92
Front and rear exterior of Lake Keowee home - Shingle style home with cedar roof, cedar siding, stone work overlooking pristine lake in SC Large elegant gray two-story wood house exterior photo in Other with a gambrel roof and a shingle roof Gabriel Builders - nice ideas beautiful designs - lhyslip
Bartlett Residence has an environmentally friendly architectural design. Since the columns are slanted the upper level is larger which gives more shade to the lower level. This allows the design to have a really open terrace with outdoor living and kitchen while taking advantage of the steep slope that the terrain has.
// Gerardo Marín E. Balcony is what I want looking towards the back pool area - melodygrace
Contemporary black two-story mixed siding house exterior idea in San Francisco paint the old brick black, mix it with vertical fine line or clean barnwood and a colorful front door or garage doors????? cool - carrievalue