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Middle Park - Renovation
Middle Park - Renovation
Joseph Koprek CommercialJoseph Koprek Commercial
Inspiration for a traditional exterior in Melbourne.
Prahran House
Prahran House
LSA ArchitectsLSA Architects
Photo of a traditional house exterior in Melbourne.
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Brookhaven Real Thin Stone Veneer Garage and Front Entrance
Brookhaven Real Thin Stone Veneer Garage and Front Entrance
Quarry MillQuarry Mill
This stunning Victorian-inspired home showcases Brookhaven dark limestone fieldledge style real thin veneer from the Quarry Mill. Brookhaven is a dark and colorful blend of natural limestones. Although dark is a relative term, this natural stone veneer is unusually dark for limestone. The stone looks muted from a distance but is also colorful upon close inspection. There are some lighter tones as well as soft hints of red and lavender. Brookhaven is a fieldledge style stone. The fieldledge style allows the finished veneer to showcase multiple faces of the limestone which adds color and texture variations. The rectangular linear pieces show primarily the interior part of the stone, whereas, the irregular pieces show the exterior part with natural mineral staining.
Victorian Labor of Love
Victorian Labor of Love
Saikley ArchitectsSaikley Architects
This classic Joseph Leonard 1890’s Victorian in the Leonardville neighborhood of Alameda had all of its original siding and wood details covered with stucco on the exterior, and the interior was in bad need of repair. The owner lovingly restored the house to its original condition, doing much of the work with his own hands. Saikley Architects worked with him to make some structural changes, dig out the basement for a new garage below the living spaces, put in a modern kitchen, create a new rear porch in keeping with the original house, and consult with the owner on other improvements. The project won a Preservation Award from the Alameda Architectural Preservation Society.
Rose Manor
Rose Manor
Elegant in DesignElegant in Design
The brief for this grand old Taringa residence was to blur the line between old and new. We renovated the 1910 Queenslander, restoring the enclosed front sleep-out to the original balcony and designing a new split staircase as a nod to tradition, while retaining functionality to access the tiered front yard. We added a rear extension consisting of a new master bedroom suite, larger kitchen, and family room leading to a deck that overlooks a leafy surround. A new laundry and utility rooms were added providing an abundance of purposeful storage including a laundry chute connecting them. Selection of materials, finishes and fixtures were thoughtfully considered so as to honour the history while providing modern functionality. Colour was integral to the design giving a contemporary twist on traditional colours.
Portfolio
Portfolio
Color Touch PaintingColor Touch Painting
This is an example of a mid-sized traditional three-storey blue house exterior in San Francisco with wood siding, a gable roof and a shingle roof.
Historic Landmark 190, Charles Hinkle House
Historic Landmark 190, Charles Hinkle House
Centoni Restoration & Development, Inc.Centoni Restoration & Development, Inc.
This is an example of a traditional three-storey blue house exterior in San Francisco.
Fox
Fox
North Construction & RestorationNorth Construction & Restoration
Photo of a large traditional three-storey blue house exterior in Minneapolis with wood siding, a gable roof and a tile roof.
Regional Project Projects
Regional Project Projects
360 Painting of St. Charles360 Painting of St. Charles
This is an example of a large traditional three-storey green house exterior in Chicago with wood siding, a hip roof and a tile roof.
Full Home Renovation
Full Home Renovation
Kent Ahrenhold, ArchitectKent Ahrenhold, Architect
Inspiration for a mid-sized traditional three-storey grey house exterior in Atlanta with wood siding, a gable roof and a shingle roof.
Victorian Addition & Renovation
Victorian Addition & Renovation
Keller/Eaton ArchitectsKeller/Eaton Architects
Inspiration for a traditional three-storey green house exterior in New York with wood siding and a gable roof.
Lake Castle
Lake Castle
James McNeal Architecture and DesignJames McNeal Architecture and Design
Stunning Lakeside Castle on Lake Minnetonka, MN Castle Style, Chateau, Lakeside Home, Lake Castle, Stone Siding, Shingle Siding, Mixed Siding, Dark Trim, Dark Window Trim, Landscaping, Backyard
Interior Renovations and Exterior Repairs, Winnetka IL
Interior Renovations and Exterior Repairs, Winnetka IL
NEWLOOK DevelopmentNEWLOOK Development
This is an example of a mid-sized traditional two-storey brown exterior in Chicago with mixed siding and a gable roof.
Castle Estate
Castle Estate
iQuartersiQuarters
We just finished upgrading this beautiful 15,ooo square foot castle into a smart home paradise! Here is an overview of what we did: Savant Automation Audio distribution to 15 zones 4K video distribution to 10 zones Custom sized and color matched interior James Loudspeakers Professional wired and wireless network to cover the whole property Fiber optics connecting gate and outside buildings to the main residence Advanced 360 degree cameras for day and night surveillance Luxury landscape speaker system in the pool area
Telluride Victorian Renovation by Bay Area Owner's Project Manager
Telluride Victorian Renovation by Bay Area Owner's Project Manager
Richard WodehouseRichard Wodehouse
Historic renovation of one of the first homes in the country to have electricity (where wires entered is still visible over the front door). Now fully automated.

Victorian Exterior Design Ideas

Victorian Home
Victorian Home
Summit Design Group LLCSummit Design Group LLC
This is an example of a mid-sized traditional two-storey grey house exterior in Milwaukee with vinyl siding and a shingle roof.
Philip Munroe Restoration - Exterior
Philip Munroe Restoration - Exterior
Haycon Inc.Haycon Inc.
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.
Historic Cleveland Exterior
Historic Cleveland Exterior
Textbook PaintingTextbook Painting
Mid-sized traditional two-storey beige house exterior in Cleveland with mixed siding, a gable roof and a shingle roof.
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