Exterior Tile Designs & Ideas
Brighton Stone & Fireplace, Inc.
Cypress Cobblefield by Boral Cultured Stone
Dunn-Edwards Paints paint colors - Body: Whisper DEW340 Trim: Weathered Brown DEC756 Jeremy Samuelson Photography | www.jeremysamuelson.com
Jeff Shelton Architect
Photo Jim Bartsch.
WA Design Architects
Photo Credit: David Stark Wilson
As a vacation home with an amazing locale, this home was designed with one primary focus: utilizing the breathtaking lake views. The original lot was a small island pie-shaped lot with spectacular views of Lake LBJ. Each room was created to depict a different snapshot of the lake due to the ratcheting footprint. Double 8’x11’ tall sliding glass doors merge the indoor living to the outdoor living, thus creating a seamless flow from inside to outside. The swimming pool, with its vanishing edge, was designed in such a way that it brings the lake right up to the outside living terrace, giving the feeling of actually being in the lake. There is also a twelve foot beach area under the archways of the pool’s water features for relaxing and entertaining. The beauty of the home is enough to stand alone, but being on the lake as it is makes the entire design come together as a truly stunning vacation home. Photography by Adam Steiner
Welch Forsman Associates
Exterior trim and rafter tails by Ingrained Wood Studios: The Mill. © Alyssa Lee Photography
James Hardie Iron Grey Board and Batten siding with new stonework and entry door.
This Starwood home, located in Frisco, TX, was originally designed in the Mediterranean-Tuscan style, typical of the late 90’s and early 2k period. Over the past few years, the home’s interior had been fully renovated to reflect a more clean-transitional look. Aquaterra’s goal for this landscape, pool and outdoor living renovation project was to harmonize the exterior with the interior by creating that same timeless feel. Defining new gathering spots, enhancing flow and maximizing space, with a balance of form and function, was our top priority. Wade Griffith Photography
This Winchester home was love at first sight for this young family of four. The layout lacked function, had no master suite to speak of, an antiquated kitchen, non-existent connection to the outdoor living space and an absentee mud room… yes, true love. Windhill Builders to the rescue! Design and build a sanctuary that accommodates the daily, sometimes chaotic lifestyle of a busy family that provides practical function, exceptional finishes and pure comfort. We think the photos tell the story of this happy ending. Feast your eyes on the kitchen with its crisp, clean finishes and black accents that carry throughout the home. The Imperial Danby Honed Marble countertops, floating shelves, contrasting island painted in Benjamin Moore Timberwolfe add drama to this beautiful space. Flow around the kitchen, cozy family room, coffee & wine station, pantry, and work space all invite and connect you to the magnificent outdoor living room complete with gilded iron statement fixture. It’s irresistible! The master suite indulges with its dreamy slumber shades of grey, walk-in closet perfect for a princess and a glorious bath to wash away the day. Once an absentee mudroom, now steals the show with its black built-ins, gold leaf pendant lighting and unique cement tile. The picture-book New England front porch, adorned with rocking chairs provides the classic setting for ‘summering’ with a glass of cold lemonade. Joyelle West Photography
Carney Logan Burke Architects; Peak Builders Inc.; Photographer: Matthew Millman; Dealer: Peak Glass. For the highest performing steel windows and steel doors, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Stone Country Estate Rear Courtyard with Covered Porch and Pool
Alex Glegg Design
Eyco Building Group Sophie Burke Interior Design Christopher Rollett Photography