Brick House Front Door Colour Designs & Ideas
Photo by Ed Gohlich
Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography
Modern Farmhouse Audubon Square, Baton Rouge, La Photo by Craig saucier Front door Benjamin Moore HC - 148 "Jamestown Blue" Porch Ceilings Benjamin Moore 1592 "Blue Springs" Shutters & Fence Benjamin Moore HC - 167 "Amherst Gray"
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
Photography by Morgan Howarth
Green Basements & Remodeling
Built porch on front of brick home and painted brick. Roof Shingles: SG Timb HD Wehterwood ENG SG Roy SOV Weatherwood Gray Door Color: SW Custom Red Shutter Color: SW6258 Tricorn Black Trim Color: SW7004 Snowbound Brick Color: Benjamin Moore Sandy Hook Gray
Canton Custom Homes
Construction by Canton Custom Homes. Photos by Nic Nichols Photography
Heintzman Sanborn Architecture~Interior Design
Front of Georgian house restored
Beautiful Luxury Custom Home Built & Designed by Southampton Builders of St. Charles IL. View our Web Site to See More Great Pictures. Paul Schlismann Photography, Copyright Grasse River Studios, Jonathan Nutt
Successful Staging/Bobbie McGrath
Touches of color add interest to the all important curb appeal. Notice how the color draws your eyes toward the front door! Photo by Marilyn Peryer
Stone Acorn Builders
Stone Acorn Builders presents Houston's first Southern Living Showcase in 2012.
Luther Paul Weber AIA, Architect
A new Tudor bay added to the front of an existing red brick home using new stone to integrate the base with the existing stone base. Fir windows and cedar trim are stained complementary colors. The darker window color draws out the dark "clinker" bricks. The roof is Certainteed Grand Manor asphalt shingles designed to appear as slate. The gutters and downspouts are copper. The paint of the stucco is Benjamin Moore Exterior low luster in color: “Briarwood”. Hoachlander Davis Photography
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
An inviting entry
The front view from the street of the existing 1894 house, with a new porch, new landscaping, and a new roof.
Daniel Contelmo Architects
The restoration of this 200 year old home was inspired by a Greek revival style, characteristic of early American architecture. A local housewright and historian worked together with Daniel Contelmo during the restoration in order to preserve the home's antiquity. Most of the foundation remains the original fieldstone, and the exposed hand-hewn beams were carefully removed, restored, and replaced. Traditional Pine Plains windows and a wrap-around porch display the pastoral 10 acre site, complete with lake and Catskill mountain views. Although the interior of the house was completely renovated, a New-Old house technique was used by distressing 20 inch-wide floorboards, installing two Rumford fireplaces, and using milk paint on cabinetry. Prior to renovating the home a magnificent timberframe barn was erected in the location where an original 1800s barn had burned down 100 years previously.
Orren Pickell Building Group
Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan. http://pickellbuilders.com. Solid White Oak Arched Top Glass Double Front Door with Blue Stone Walkway. Stone webwall with brick soldier course and stucco details. Copper flashing and gutters. Cedar shed dormer and brackets.
Blake Shaw Homes
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Karen Kempf Interiors
With a complete gut and remodel, this home was taken from a dated, traditional style to a contemporary home with a lighter and fresher aesthetic. The interior space was organized to take better advantage of the sweeping views of Lake Michigan. Existing exterior elements were mixed with newer materials to create the unique design of the façade. Photos done by Brian Fussell at Rangeline Real Estate Photography