12,80,002 Exterior Design Ideas
Anthony James Construction
White Nucedar shingles and clapboard siding blends perfectly with a charcoal metal and shingle roof that showcases a true modern day farmhouse.
lisa furey interiors
Our goal on this project was to create a live-able and open feeling space in a 690 square foot modern farmhouse. We planned for an open feeling space by installing tall windows and doors, utilizing pocket doors and building a vaulted ceiling. An efficient layout with hidden kitchen appliances and a concealed laundry space, built in tv and work desk, carefully selected furniture pieces and a bright and white colour palette combine to make this tiny house feel like a home. We achieved our goal of building a functionally beautiful space where we comfortably host a few friends and spend time together as a family. John McManus
These homeowners chose a newly replaced yellow stucco for the exterior color, which was a great choice for a Spanish style home. Not only did the yellow stucco enhance the style of the house, but really added to the home's heritage. The Spanish tile roof and black trim paint, added contrast and visual interest to the home as well.
design styles architecture
The Design Styles Architecture team beautifully remodeled the exterior and interior of this Carolina Circle home. The home was originally built in 1973 and was 5,860 SF; the remodel added 1,000 SF to the total under air square-footage. The exterior of the home was revamped to take your typical Mediterranean house with yellow exterior paint and red Spanish style roof and update it to a sleek exterior with gray roof, dark brown trim, and light cream walls. Additions were done to the home to provide more square footage under roof and more room for entertaining. The master bathroom was pushed out several feet to create a spacious marbled master en-suite with walk in shower, standing tub, walk in closets, and vanity spaces. A balcony was created to extend off of the second story of the home, creating a covered lanai and outdoor kitchen on the first floor. Ornamental columns and wrought iron details inside the home were removed or updated to create a clean and sophisticated interior. The master bedroom took the existing beam support for the ceiling and reworked it to create a visually stunning ceiling feature complete with up-lighting and hanging chandelier creating a warm glow and ambiance to the space. An existing second story outdoor balcony was converted and tied in to the under air square footage of the home, and is now used as a workout room that overlooks the ocean. The existing pool and outdoor area completely updated and now features a dock, a boat lift, fire features and outdoor dining/ kitchen. Photo by: Design Styles Architecture
North Fork Builders of Montana, Inc.
Locati Architects, LongViews Studio
Knight Construction Design Inc.
How do you make a split entry not look like a split entry? Several challenges presented themselves when designing the new entry/portico. The homeowners wanted to keep the large transom window above the front door and the need to address “where is” the front entry and of course, curb appeal. With the addition of the new portico, custom built cedar beams and brackets along with new custom made cedar entry and garage doors added warmth and style. Final touches of natural stone, a paver stoop and walkway, along professionally designed landscaping. This home went from ordinary to extraordinary! Architecture was done by KBA Architects in Minneapolis.
Justin Doyle Homes
This gorgeous modern farmhouse features hardie board board and batten siding with stunning black framed Pella windows. The soffit lighting accents each gable perfectly and creates the perfect farmhouse.
Tricia Shay Photography
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Rob Karosis Photography www.robkarosis.com
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
An inviting entry
Krieger + Associates Architects, Inc.
This photo shows the single-story family room addition to an unusual 1930's stone house, with floor-to-ceiling windows and glass doors, and new flagstone patio. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
Awad + Koontz Architects Builders
Troy Gustafson Photography
JB Architecture Group, Inc.
For this home we were hired as the Architect only. Siena Custom Builders, Inc. was the Builder.
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
Photo: Ben Benschneider