Exterior Window Casing Designs & Ideas
Elite Design Group
Builder: Artisan Custom Homes Photography by: Jim Schmid Photography Interior Design by: Homestyles Interior Design
Elise Moore Design
Domiteaux Garza Architecture
Charles Smith Photography
This house is discreetly tucked into its wooded site in the Mad River Valley near the Sugarbush Resort in Vermont. The soaring roof lines complement the slope of the land and open up views though large windows to a meadow planted with native wildflowers. The house was built with natural materials of cedar shingles, fir beams and native stone walls. These materials are complemented with innovative touches including concrete floors, composite exterior wall panels and exposed steel beams. The home is passively heated by the sun, aided by triple pane windows and super-insulated walls. Photo by: Nat Rea Photography
Cynthia Bennett & Associates
Exterior view of the completed project showing the large addition infused with traditional Spanish Revival elements.
Harry Hunt Architects
Photography: Landmark Photography
Edward Deegan Architects
The Philip Munroe Residence consisted of the restoration and rehabilitation of the House to the standards set by the National Park Service, the Massachusetts Historical Commission, and the Mid Cambridge Neighborhood Conservation District Commission. The internal decorative stairwells, Queen Anne windows, interior and exterior doors, slate roof, and ornamental features were preserved. Replacement items such as windows and clapboards were reproduced with the same materials and speciﬁcations as those on the building when it was originally built in 1887.
2016 Coastal Living magazine's Hamptons Showhouse // Exterior view with pool
Christopher Kellie Design Inc.
Bark House Shingle Siding and Reclaimed Barnwood Siding, photo by Todd Bush
Don Pearse Photographers