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Patio - contemporary patio idea in Detroit

Stained with Seal It Green Xtreme Exotic Clear Tint Link to website for product: http://sealitgreen.com/cid-22-1/xtreme-exotic-wood-sealants.html Seal It Green Deck Clean used to clean this deck before application of sealer Link for Deck Clean: http://sealitgreen.com/pid-69/deck-Cleaner.html
No matter what material you choose for your deck, it's going to need maintenance — a minimum of one annual cleaning. Most composites and plastics need a regularly applied finish (once or twice a year) to keep from fading, but most decking wood can be left finished or unfinished. - pmhomesllc

Minimalist wood exterior home photo in Raleigh

DWELL HOME Location: Pittsboro, NC Completion Date: 2004 Size: 2,396 sf Typology: L Series Modules: 5 Boxes Program: o Bedrooms: 2 o Baths: 2.5 o Features: Guest/Office, Carport, Media Room, 2 Patios Materials: o Exterior: Horizontal Cedar Siding, Cement Board Panels, Standing Seam Metal Roof, Recycled Wood Composite Decking o Interior: Bamboo Flooring, Stone Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Maple Cabinets, Aluminum Clad Wood Windows with Low E, Insulated Glass, Hot Rolled Black Steel Cladding Project Description: The winning entry of the Dwell Home Design Invitational is situated on a hilly site in North Carolina among seven wooded acres. The home takes full advantage of it’s natural surroundings: bringing in the woodland views and natural light through plentiful windows, generously sized decks off the front and rear facades, and a roof deck with an outdoor fireplace. With 2,400 sf divided among five prefabricated modules, the home offers compact and efficient quarters made up of large open living spaces and cozy private enclaves. To meet the necessity of creating a livable floor plan and a well-orchestrated flow of space, the ground floor is an open plan module containing a living room, dining area, and a kitchen that can be entirely open to the outside or enclosed by a curtain. Sensitive to the clients’ desire for more defined communal/private spaces, the private spaces are more compartmentalized making up the second floor of the home. The master bedroom at one end of the volume looks out onto a grove of trees, and two bathrooms and a guest/office run along the same axis. The design of the home responds specifically to the location and immediate surroundings in terms of solar orientation and footprint, therefore maximizing the microclimate. The construction process also leveraged the efficiency of wood-frame modulars, where approximately 80% of the house was built in a factory. By utilizing the opportunities available for off-site construction, the time required of crews on-site was significantly diminished, minimizing the environmental impact on the local ecosystem, the waste that is typically deposited on or near the site, and the transport of crews and materials. The Dwell Home has become a precedent in demonstrating the superiority of prefabricated building technology over site-built homes in terms of environmental factors, quality and efficiency of building, and the cost and speed of construction and design. Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project Architect: Michael MacDonald Project Team: Shawn Brown, Craig Kim, Jeff Straesser, Jerome Engelking, Catarina Ferreira Manufacturer: Carolina Building Solutions Contractor: Mount Vernon Homes Photographer: © Jerry Markatos, © Roger Davies, © Wes Milholen
love all the windows The exterior look and the suspended look - dodief08

Pool house - large modern backyard stone and rectangular lap pool house idea in DC Metro

Modern wood exterior home idea in Raleigh

DWELL HOME Location: Pittsboro, NC Completion Date: 2004 Size: 2,396 sf Typology: L Series Modules: 5 Boxes Program: o Bedrooms: 2 o Baths: 2.5 o Features: Guest/Office, Carport, Media Room, 2 Patios Materials: o Exterior: Horizontal Cedar Siding, Cement Board Panels, Standing Seam Metal Roof, Recycled Wood Composite Decking o Interior: Bamboo Flooring, Stone Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Maple Cabinets, Aluminum Clad Wood Windows with Low E, Insulated Glass, Hot Rolled Black Steel Cladding Project Description: The winning entry of the Dwell Home Design Invitational is situated on a hilly site in North Carolina among seven wooded acres. The home takes full advantage of it’s natural surroundings: bringing in the woodland views and natural light through plentiful windows, generously sized decks off the front and rear facades, and a roof deck with an outdoor fireplace. With 2,400 sf divided among five prefabricated modules, the home offers compact and efficient quarters made up of large open living spaces and cozy private enclaves. To meet the necessity of creating a livable floor plan and a well-orchestrated flow of space, the ground floor is an open plan module containing a living room, dining area, and a kitchen that can be entirely open to the outside or enclosed by a curtain. Sensitive to the clients’ desire for more defined communal/private spaces, the private spaces are more compartmentalized making up the second floor of the home. The master bedroom at one end of the volume looks out onto a grove of trees, and two bathrooms and a guest/office run along the same axis. The design of the home responds specifically to the location and immediate surroundings in terms of solar orientation and footprint, therefore maximizing the microclimate. The construction process also leveraged the efficiency of wood-frame modulars, where approximately 80% of the house was built in a factory. By utilizing the opportunities available for off-site construction, the time required of crews on-site was significantly diminished, minimizing the environmental impact on the local ecosystem, the waste that is typically deposited on or near the site, and the transport of crews and materials. The Dwell Home has become a precedent in demonstrating the superiority of prefabricated building technology over site-built homes in terms of environmental factors, quality and efficiency of building, and the cost and speed of construction and design. Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project Architect: Michael MacDonald Project Team: Shawn Brown, Craig Kim, Jeff Straesser, Jerome Engelking, Catarina Ferreira Manufacturer: Carolina Building Solutions Contractor: Mount Vernon Homes Photographer: © Jerry Markatos, © Roger Davies, © Wes Milholen
‘Above the eyeline’ for most of first floor, with a common area/day room as the exception. - kevin_eagles52

Trendy deck photo in Christchurch

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Trendy deck photo in Christchurch
Composit of 50% recycled plastic - savannahprairiedog

Inspiration for a large timeless home design remodel in Toronto

Cedar Pergola Over Trex Decking Built By : Forest Fence & Deck Co Ltd.
Inspiration for a large timeless home design remodel in Toronto
Wide platform steps graduating downward to the fire pit area - puffypancake

Inspiration for a contemporary built-in desk home office remodel in Mexico City with gray walls

Studio photo by PCW
Inspiration for a contemporary built-in desk home office remodel in Mexico City with gray walls
Separate, Container, Open to the Outside - paulevangelista

Elegant deck photo in DC Metro

Curved Deck Project with full EPDM 100% dry space under deck: Shows Trex Transcendsdecking (Spiced Rum center with Vintage Lantern border) with Trex Transcends curved rails (Vintage Lantern rail with black aluminum balusters & white Trex Artisan composite post sleeves)
Deck_Multicolor composite mat'l - itztrew1

Trendy entryway photo in Mexico City with a medium wood front door

View from the Patio / Garage / vertical garden over 4,000 plants!. Photo: Hector Armando Herrera
Trendy entryway photo in Mexico City with a medium wood front door
Love this green wall for atrium - sasan_sani

Huge backyard deck container garden photo in San Luis Obispo

Huge backyard deck container garden photo in San Luis Obispo
I have an ipe deck and it weathered from the brown color to a more gray tone within 2 years- it is absolutely worth every penny if you are someone who loves the look of weathered wood, doesn't want to spend time or money re-staining every couple of years, and it doesn't splinter! After 7 years my mom had her ipe deck spray washed by a professional for very reasonable money just to get any mildew/stains out and it looks as incredible as the day it was installed! Hope that helps. - ttalany

Inspiration for a large mediterranean l-shaped medium tone wood floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen remodel in DC Metro with an undermount sink, raised-panel cabinets, beige cabinets, marble countertops, beige backsplash, stone tile backsplash, paneled appliances and an island

Inspiration for a timeless porch remodel in Bridgeport

New England Traditions
Inspiration for a timeless porch remodel in Bridgeport
Gray siding with wood-like deck look and white trim is classic. - clkottwitz

Example of a large classic gray two-story wood exterior home design in Manchester

Exterior of waterfront property located in Southern, NH featuring deck and sun room. Design by Chris Cote of CRMcCullough, Inc.
Example of a large classic gray two-story wood exterior home design in Manchester

Inspiration for a contemporary deck remodel in Seattle

Leah Martin
Inspiration for a contemporary deck remodel in Seattle
Dark metal posts and top rail with stainless steel cables. Mounted to outside of deck. - mccarttconstruction

Inspiration for a contemporary custom-shaped pool remodel in San Diego

We began this project by removing the old concrete pool deck. The pool was the only thing that stayed and everything else was redesigned and built from scratch. Natural stone walls and fire pit warm up the feel of the yard and contrast nicely with the clean lines of the composite deck.
Backyard - jarad21

Trendy one-story wood exterior home photo in Melbourne

photography by Shannon McGrath
Trendy one-story wood exterior home photo in Melbourne
Ma maison de rêve en U avec une cours intérieure - leduc_nathalie

Transitional porch photo in Columbus with decking and a roof extension

J.E. Evans
Transitional porch photo in Columbus with decking and a roof extension
• Wooden Swing • White Rockin Chairs • - laura_weinlader

Contemporary two-story exterior home idea in San Francisco

Contemporary two-story exterior home idea in San Francisco
like the use of materials and color choices. - jonny_lee

My Kitchen and Bath
Inspiration for a large transitional master white tile and porcelain tile porcelain floor bathroom remodel in DC Metro with a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, glass countertops, a two-piece toilet and white walls

Example of a minimalist exterior home design in Raleigh

DWELL HOME Location: Pittsboro, NC Completion Date: 2004 Size: 2,396 sf Typology: L Series Modules: 5 Boxes Program: o Bedrooms: 2 o Baths: 2.5 o Features: Guest/Office, Carport, Media Room, 2 Patios Materials: o Exterior: Horizontal Cedar Siding, Cement Board Panels, Standing Seam Metal Roof, Recycled Wood Composite Decking o Interior: Bamboo Flooring, Stone Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Maple Cabinets, Aluminum Clad Wood Windows with Low E, Insulated Glass, Hot Rolled Black Steel Cladding Project Description: The winning entry of the Dwell Home Design Invitational is situated on a hilly site in North Carolina among seven wooded acres. The home takes full advantage of it’s natural surroundings: bringing in the woodland views and natural light through plentiful windows, generously sized decks off the front and rear facades, and a roof deck with an outdoor fireplace. With 2,400 sf divided among five prefabricated modules, the home offers compact and efficient quarters made up of large open living spaces and cozy private enclaves. To meet the necessity of creating a livable floor plan and a well-orchestrated flow of space, the ground floor is an open plan module containing a living room, dining area, and a kitchen that can be entirely open to the outside or enclosed by a curtain. Sensitive to the clients’ desire for more defined communal/private spaces, the private spaces are more compartmentalized making up the second floor of the home. The master bedroom at one end of the volume looks out onto a grove of trees, and two bathrooms and a guest/office run along the same axis. The design of the home responds specifically to the location and immediate surroundings in terms of solar orientation and footprint, therefore maximizing the microclimate. The construction process also leveraged the efficiency of wood-frame modulars, where approximately 80% of the house was built in a factory. By utilizing the opportunities available for off-site construction, the time required of crews on-site was significantly diminished, minimizing the environmental impact on the local ecosystem, the waste that is typically deposited on or near the site, and the transport of crews and materials. The Dwell Home has become a precedent in demonstrating the superiority of prefabricated building technology over site-built homes in terms of environmental factors, quality and efficiency of building, and the cost and speed of construction and design. Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project Architect: Michael MacDonald Project Team: Shawn Brown, Craig Kim, Jeff Straesser, Jerome Engelking, Catarina Ferreira Manufacturer: Carolina Building Solutions Contractor: Mount Vernon Homes Photographer: © Jerry Markatos, © Roger Davies, © Wes Milholen
Interesting construction - modular house. - rtinsley84

Example of a trendy exterior home design in Melbourne

Folded Bird Photography windows,
Example of a trendy exterior home design in Melbourne
Mixed building materials in addition - cynthia_wood92

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