Large Balcony Design Ideas

Spanish Influence by John Siemering Homes Austin TX
Spanish Influence by John Siemering Homes Austin TX
John Siemering HomesJohn Siemering Homes
John Siemering Homes. Custom Home Builder in Austin, TX
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Beach House 2
Beach House 2
Porebski ArchitectsPorebski Architects
Porebski Architects, Beach House 2. Photo: Conor Quinn
Orchid
Orchid
Blackband DesignBlackband Design
Interior Design: Blackband Design Build: Patterson Custom Homes Architecture: Andrade Architects Photography: Ryan Garvin
Sehlstedtsgatan 7
Sehlstedtsgatan 7
Alexander WhiteAlexander White
Sehlstedtsgatan 7 Fotograf: Henrik Nero
The New Traditional
The New Traditional
Blue Heron Signature HomesBlue Heron Signature Homes
The screened porch is accessible from the dining area, but more impressively, by a 16 foot wide sliding glass door across the back wall of the Family Room. When fully opened, an 8 foot wide opening is created- making a complete extension of our living and eating areas fully integrated. Designed and built by Terramor Homes in Raleigh, NC. Photography: M. Eric Honeycutt
Hawthorn Residence
Hawthorn Residence
Abeo DesignAbeo Design
Expansive patio and fold-back doors brings the outdoors indoors and enhances the living area, winter and summer. Pool, garden and deck overlooked by master balcony.

Large Balcony Design Ideas

Old Meets New Church Hill Renovation
Old Meets New Church Hill Renovation
RIC design buildRIC design build
It was important not to interrupt the dynamic of this home's historic Church Hill neighborhood, and so all the exterior changes were kept to the back of the house, with the front remaining mostly unchanged. Although the front of the house doesn’t give away its secrets, the back of the house is an unexpected but delightful surprise. Embracing the new rear addition is the home’s original brick wall. Architectural design as well as Commission of Architectural Review requirements put a lot of emphasis on keeping the original masonry intact, which was no small feat. It took a lot of planning, some delicate demolition and talented carpentry to ensure this piece of history remained. In addition to the brick wall, other original aspects of the home were carefully preserved including the windows, floors and much of the trim work. Meanwhile all new, modern plumbing and fixtures were installed and custom cabinetry with inset routed “handles” were fabricated by Polosko Woodworks. Inside the home is even more appreciation of the original masonry with exposed brick walls in the primary bath.
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