This project included a full remodel and second-story addition to a single-story modern home built in 1959. Designer Jeff Troyer used a combination of stone, synthetic wood siding and stucco––all materials which satisfy the high-fire zone requirements in this California neighborhood.
A textured beige exterior finish and slightly darker neutral trim create a sophisticated and timeless look for this home. A long brick patio features black wicker furniture forming an outdoor living room set up. A pond and mulched garden area give an enchanting quality to the backyard.
Large concrete tiles made a grid to form the walkway and backyard at this modern home. Slivers of grass between the slabs add breaks of color to the industrial look. The beige exterior walls are filled with large windows and sharp corners for a clean, modern look. Wood balconies with glass railings adds a warmer tone to the exterior color scheme.
Neutral walls with a darker beige trim create a sophisticated and classy look to this home exterior. Tiny shrubs are organized in a mulched garden. The beautiful landscaping matches the attractive home for a full outdoor experience.
A flat roof and beige stucco exterior create an exterior design rooted in Southwestern style. Desert landscaping consisting of native Arizona plants, boulders and a gold-colored groundcover create curb appeal consistent with the overall home design.
This beige home exterior is rooted in coastal design. The tower, surrounded by windows, even resembles a lighthouse. An ornate white railing around the front porch and a balcony add a touch of Victorian charm to the homes casual nautical style. Red shutters flank the windows on the front porch, adding color and character to the home.
This mountain home located in the North Carolina Brights Creek Community, has a metal roof and beige board and batten exterior. Exterior elements, such as, the wooden porch beams and stone front path are a nod to the natural surroundings.