13,31,456 Exterior Design Ideas
Van's Lumber & Custom Builders, Inc.
This home exterior has Cedar Shake siding in Sherwin Williams 2851 Sage Green Light stain color with cedar trim and natural stone accents. The windows are Coconut Cream colored Marvin Windows, accented by simulated divided light grills. The door is Benjamin Moore Country Redwood. The shingles are CertainTeed Landmark Weatherwood .
Two identical wide driveway gates for entry and exit from u-drive in front of home. Fenced entirety of the property. Intercom, cameras, secure mailbox. Photos by Yael Sirota
lee CALISTI architecture+design
Greenwell Homes LLC
Farinelli Construction, Inc.
Andy Warren Photography
Baron Construction & Remodeling Co.
Baron Construction & Remodeling Co. Exterior Home Remodel Landscape Remodel and Design Outdoor BBQ Firepit Patio Remodel
Edgewater Design Group
As written in Northern Home & Cottage by Elizabeth Edwards In general, Bryan and Connie Rellinger loved the charm of the old cottage they purchased on a Crooked Lake peninsula, north of Petoskey. Specifically, however, the presence of a live-well in the kitchen (a huge cement basin with running water for keeping fish alive was right in the kitchen entryway, seriously), rickety staircase and green shag carpet, not so much. An extreme renovation was the only solution. The downside? The rebuild would have to fit into the smallish nonconforming footprint. The upside? That footprint was built when folks could place a building close enough to the water to feel like they could dive in from the house. Ahhh... Stephanie Baldwin of Edgewater Design helped the Rellingers come up with a timeless cottage design that breathes efficiency into every nook and cranny. It also expresses the synergy of Bryan, Connie and Stephanie, who emailed each other links to products they liked throughout the building process. That teamwork resulted in an interior that sports a young take on classic cottage. Highlights include a brass sink and light fixtures, coffered ceilings with wide beadboard planks, leathered granite kitchen counters and a way-cool floor made of American chestnut planks from an old barn. Thanks to an abundant use of windows that deliver a grand view of Crooked Lake, the home feels airy and much larger than it is. Bryan and Connie also love how well the layout functions for their family - especially when they are entertaining. The kids' bedrooms are off a large landing at the top of the stairs - roomy enough to double as an entertainment room. When the adults are enjoying cocktail hour or a dinner party downstairs, they can pull a sliding door across the kitchen/great room area to seal it off from the kids' ruckus upstairs (or vice versa!). From its gray-shingled dormers to its sweet white window boxes, this charmer on Crooked Lake is packed with ideas! - Jacqueline Southby Photography
Siena Custom Builders, Inc.
Spacious front porch to watch all the kids play on the cul de sac! Michael Lipman Photography
Koch Architects, Inc.
: Exterior façade of modern farmhouse style home, clad in corrugated grey steel with wall lighting, offset gable roof with chimney, detached guest house and connecting breezeway, night shot. Photo by Tory Taglio Photography
Wild Rose Interiors