Which one should we choose? How to add curb appeal with a portico. A family of four generations living under one roof expands their home and adds a new portico to the front of their home to create architectural interest and character. Must see existing home with tiny portico - yikes!
A rock maintenance strip around the house ... catches splashes, keeps walls clean and minimizes pests. Put your foundation plantings in front of the strip.
Adding a portico is a beautiful way to shade your front porch and add classic curb appeal to your home. Look at the difference!
Garage Door Arbor - great way to increase curb appeal is with an arbor over the garage door. A manual post hole digger is an excellent option for footings near a driveway as to not damage the surrounding concrete. Larger capacity saws will give you a clean single cut for large timber when compared to the need for multiple cuts from standard circular saws.
Find curb appeal inspiration with these grand entrances. Update your front door with a new Signature Hardware door knocker for a fun and inviting way to greet your guests.
Charming Cottage Curb Appeal Makeover - Southern Living
Pour On the Cottage Charm | See how architect Ross Piper brings back the symmetry and authentic Cape Cod style of an Atlanta home. | SouthernLiving.com
Cape Cod Homes With roots dating back to 1675, Cape Cod was a popular style for homes built in the 1930s. Typically one story--sometimes 1-1/2 stories--the Cape Cod style features a steep roofline, wood siding, multi-pane windows, and hardwood floors. Original Cape Cod homes were fairly small. They often boast dormer windows for added space, light, and ventilation.
Cape Cod-style home perfect arched porch
Modern Cape Cod
Cape Cod-Style Home
Reminds me of the east coast.
junkgarden: CAPE COD KITCHEN
blue Cape Cod....add the dormer windows, shutters and an family room addition . it could look great to our home
Cape Cod addition
Beautiful before and after exterior remodel
Little cottage by the sea
modern farmhouse front door
exterior -- maybe something like this for our house...
Perfect Cape Cod Cottage--Chatham, MA