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Idées déco de façades de maisons avec un toit de Gambrel

Dover Shingle House
Dover Shingle House
Chace ArchitectureChace Architecture
Cette image montre une façade de maison grise traditionnelle en bardeaux à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel, un toit en shingle et un toit gris.
YC Residence
YC Residence
North Fork Builders of Montana, Inc.North Fork Builders of Montana, Inc.
Photography - LongViews Studios
Inspiration pour une très grande façade de maison marron chalet en bois à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel et un toit mixte.
Park Hill Addition
Park Hill Addition
ShelterLab Architecture LLCShelterLab Architecture LLC
A two-story addition to a 1920's Dutch Colonial house in Denver's Park Hill neighborhood, using brick and roof tile to match those of the original house.
Westway Residence
Westway Residence
L. Lumpkins Architect, Inc.L. Lumpkins Architect, Inc.
Named one the 10 most Beautiful Houses in Dallas
Exemple d'une grande façade de maison grise bord de mer en bois et bardeaux à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel, un toit en shingle et un toit gris.
Dutch Colonial
Dutch Colonial
Windstone PartnersWindstone Partners
Cape Cod inspired Northeastern Architecture
Aménagement d'une grande façade de maison marron bord de mer en bois à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel et un toit en tuile.
Mid-Century Modern Jasmine Revitalized
Mid-Century Modern Jasmine Revitalized
Berghuis Construction LLCBerghuis Construction LLC
Idées déco pour une façade de maison grise rétro de taille moyenne et de plain-pied avec un revêtement en vinyle et un toit de Gambrel.
Chestnut Everett Siding Repair
Chestnut Everett Siding Repair
Highland Remodeling and ConstructionHighland Remodeling and Construction
Idées déco pour une façade de maison bleue campagne en bois de taille moyenne et à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel et un toit en shingle.
9th Street
9th Street
MarvinMarvin
On this site, an existing house was torn down and replaced with a beautiful new wood-framed brick house to take full advantage of a corner lot located in a walkable, 1920’s Atlanta neighborhood. The new residence has four bedrooms and four baths in the main house with an additional flexible bedroom space over the garage. The tower element of the design features an entry with the master bedroom above. The idea of the tower was to catch a glimpse of a nearby park and architecturally address the corner lot. Integrity® Casement, Awning and Double Hung Windows were the preferred choice—the windows’ design and style were historically correct and provided the energy efficiency, sustainability and low-maintenance the architect required.
Keller Custom Home
Keller Custom Home
True Homes PhotographyTrue Homes Photography
Inspiration pour une très grande façade de maison blanche traditionnelle en brique à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel et un toit en shingle.
Hopkinton Farmstead Renovation
Hopkinton Farmstead Renovation
Archambault ConstructionArchambault Construction
Farmstead overview, includes barn, creamery, and home.
Réalisation d'une façade de maison beige champêtre en bois de taille moyenne et à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel et un toit en métal.
Bethesda Dutch Colonial
Bethesda Dutch Colonial
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
Idée de décoration pour une façade de maison blanche tradition en brique de taille moyenne et à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel.
Ocala Horse Barn
Ocala Horse Barn
Hearthstone IncHearthstone Inc
Richard Herman is in the hospitality business and owns several upscale hotels in Florida and in other states as well as cattle ranches in both Florida and Missouri. Their farm in Ocala is by farm their most unique. The property serves as a 4-H demonstration project for the purpose of children’s education. They have been working with the Academy Prep of St. Pete which is dedicated to inner-city youths that are selected on the basis of need and achievement. Wife Diane spends her time on the farm raising Gypsy Vanners, a diminutive draft horse named after the job they did in Eastern Europe, pulling the wagons (vans) for gypsies that wandered across the continent. On the Ocala farm, there are several mules with a unique profession. Richard had visited the Hearthstone display at a Log & Timber Home Shows at the Orlando Convention Center many years ago. He was impressed that Hearthstone had stayed in touch with him over the years by mailings, invitations to shows, and periodic phone calls. When the time came to start serious consideration of the design of barn, Hearthstone responded promptly and professionally to Richard and Diane’s requests for information and a review of their ideas for their barn, which would serve as the centerpiece for their new farm. They wanted a multipurpose facility that could accommodate an educational environment and a large hall suitable for the fundraising events for his charities. Richard wanted a barn that reflected the look and feel of barns built at the dawn of the 20th century. Besides the rustic chicken houses and vegetable gardens, they have completely renovated a 1020’s era farmhouse to be as historically correct as possible and serves as the entry to the farm. “They very careful to feel us out, get comfortable with our capabilities, and be convinced that we could perform as promised,” said Project Manager John Ricketson of Hearthstone. Design Process There were some initial drawings that gave us a start on the basic shape and size of the barn. From there, it was a process of narrowing down the uses of each area and the spans that could be achieved. The barn was going to have the traditional “board & batten” exterior siding and a metal roof. There is a cantilevered ‘hay hood” on the north gable end above the large sliding barn doors that open into the foyer and horse stalls. The wings house a combination of areas, beginning with the large restrooms to accommodate crowds for events. Other parts of the wings have garage areas for the farm vehicles, feed room, tack room, wash rack, storage, offices, and smaller restrooms. Keeping with the look and feel of the turn of the century, Hearthstone developed a process for giving the timbers a surface texture that mimicked the circular cuts of timbers that had just come out of an old sawmill. This was easier said than done. Randy Giles guided his millwright (Wolfgang) in designing a machine that would do this effectively. The barn was delivered in October of 2014 and was erected over the course of two weeks, thanks to a hardworking crew (Eric Foster) and near-perfect weather. After the Hearthstone crew completed the erection and roof dry-in, it was time for the local carpenters to step up and install some light conventional framing on the gable ends before applying the roof fascia and exterior board & batten siding. Next came the big sliding barn doors, plumbing, electrical, heating, and cooling. Large rustic fixtures were hung from the great hall roof timbers. Exterior The board & batten siding was cypress and allowed to turn color naturally as rain hit it and the sun started working on it with UV rays. This method causes a much grayer look closer to the ground and less so where the roof overhang provides protection. The North end has some large limestone boulders and planters arranged around the pad with tall pampas grass. The planters provide casual seating before events and during outside receptions. The entire area was sodded with lush St. Augustine grass and split rail fences were added to enclose the barn area. The corrugated metal roof was a special order material that immediately rusted after being exposed to moisture. The layer of rust protects the metal from the elements. Interior The board & batten theme was carried throughout most of the interior with the timbers left natural to show off the circular saw texture. All of the tongue & groove decking was shipped in advance to allow the local painter to pre-stain it with a dark brown transparent stain that is a beautiful background to the light color Eastern White Pine timbers. “Everything was unique in this project” said Project Manager John Ricketson. “The setting on a small demonstration farm close to Ocala, the multipurpose design, the circular saw texture on the timbers.” The Hermans are very proud of their farm’s outcome. Richard sent a note to Randy Giles, owner of Hearthstone: “The Barn is fantastic, not a single problem, period. Next month, we have Jo Dee Messina coming in to help with a fundraiser for a local center for abused kids. Folks love the farm, ...... but that barn gets all of the attention. I would encourage you to use me as a reference for your sales team, feel free to extend my cell phone to any prospective purchasers.”
Manson Barn
Manson Barn
SkB ArchitectsSkB Architects
Idées déco pour une grande façade de maison marron campagne en bois à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel et un toit en métal.
Cincinnati Dutch Colonial
Cincinnati Dutch Colonial
Wentz DesignWentz Design
Greg Grupenhof
Exemple d'une grande façade de maison blanche chic à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel, un revêtement mixte et un toit en shingle.
Exterior Painting - Grays
Exterior Painting - Grays
Weinmann PaintingWeinmann Painting
Aménagement d'une façade de maison grise craftsman en bois de taille moyenne et de plain-pied avec un toit de Gambrel.
Sliding Barn & Glass Doors
Sliding Barn & Glass Doors
Carolina TimberworksCarolina Timberworks
The sliding barn and glass doors artfully blur the transition between interior and exterior space on this timber frame barn retreat. © Carolina Timberworks
Meriden Residence
Meriden Residence
Studio SteinbomerStudio Steinbomer
Front exterior of the house after the renovation. Construction by RisherMartin Fine Homes Interior Design by Alison Mountain Interior Design Landscape by David Wilson Garden Design Photography by Andrea Calo
Meriam Hill House
Meriam Hill House
JW ConstructionJW Construction
Shelly Harrison
Aménagement d'une façade de maison classique en bois à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel.
Historic Southern Home by Otrada LLC
Historic Southern Home by Otrada LLC
Otrada Design LLCOtrada Design LLC
Tad Davis Photography
Aménagement d'une petite façade de maison grise campagne en bois à un étage avec un toit de Gambrel et un toit en shingle.
Writer's Studio Barn
Writer's Studio Barn
HUDSON DESIGN Architecture & Construction MgmtHUDSON DESIGN Architecture & Construction Mgmt
The conversion of this iconic American barn into a Writer’s Studio was conceived of as a tranquil retreat with natural light and lush views to stimulate inspiration for both husband and wife. Originally used as a garage with two horse stalls, the existing stick framed structure provided a loft with ideal space and orientation for a secluded studio. Signature barn features were maintained and enhanced such as horizontal siding, trim, large barn doors, cupola, roof overhangs, and framing. New features added to compliment the contextual significance and sustainability aspect of the project were reclaimed lumber from a razed barn used as flooring, driftwood retrieved from the shores of the Hudson River used for trim, and distressing / wearing new wood finishes creating an aged look. Along with the efforts for maintaining the historic character of the barn, modern elements were also incorporated into the design to provide a more current ensemble based on its new use. Elements such a light fixtures, window configurations, plumbing fixtures and appliances were all modernized to appropriately represent the present way of life.

Idées déco de façades de maisons avec un toit de Gambrel

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