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Our designers provided two exterior design options for these homeowners, who were looking to enhance the curb appeal of their 1970s ranch home. One option keeps the brick natural, while the other shows what the home could look like with it painted. Both feature dark lap siding and trim, a modern front and garage door, and a porch with a cable railing and awning that includes a wood-paneled ceiling with inset lighting.
We designed two exterior treatments for this trilingual school. Which would you pick? Option 1: Benjamin Moore’s White Dove on the brick, wood panels on area beneath the awning near the front entrance, colorful column supports, and vertical wood siding on the gable above the side entrances. Option 2: Pantone Black C 10% on the brick, horizontal siding in Simply White beneath the awning near the entrance, Black column supports, and black vertical siding on the gable above the side entrances.
The owners of this Indiana property wanted to add an apartment to the upper level of their barn while keeping the main level as a functioning horse stable. We gave them two exterior treatments. Option 1: James Hardie siding in Countrylane Red Option 2: Woodtone siding in Black Canyon We added lots of windows to to provide more natural light, per the owner’s request. We offered slightly different treatments on the doors and placement of stone veneer siding (and farm animals!).
We worked with the owners of this California home to embrace an updated hacienda-style exterior, delivering two different color schemes. Which is your favorite? Option 1: Benjamin Moore’s Grand Teton White Option 2: Benjamin Moore’s Waynesboro Taupe Both of these colors were selected to complement the existing roof color. Plus, each design features a xeriscaped front yard, updated garage and front doors, and a beautiful portico overhang, complete with a front patio visualization.
Our designers provided two exterior design options for these homeowners. Which do you prefer? Option 1: Kendall Charcoal on the lap siding, Rockport Gray on the shingle siding, limewash on the brick base of the porch columns, with a copper lantern-style pendant over the door. Option 2: Urbane Bronze on the lap siding and Anonymous on the shingle siding. Here, we carried the porch column color down to the brick and added built-in wall lights, with a modern cylindrical pendant over the door.
We provided the owners of this Alaska home with two color concepts for updating their exterior, shown on both the front and side. Which do you prefer? Option 1: Sherwin Williams’ Dark Knight on the siding Option 2: Benjamin Moore’s Galapagos Turquoise on the siding Other notable updates include enlarging the front window, stone veneer on the exposed lower level, new garage and front doors, and updated landscaping and hardscaping visualization.
We offered the owners of this mid-century home two different color schemes for their exterior update, shown on new vertical and horizontal siding. Which is your favorite? Option 1: Sherwin Williams’ Dorian Gray on the siding with Gauntlet Gray accents Option 2: Benjamin Moore’s Black Beauty on the siding with Tricorn Black accents and Galapagos Turquoise on the front door Other notable updates include new stone veneer, wood panel cladding, wood columns, windows, and modern garage doors.
We helped the owners of this contemporary home in Oregon envision their exterior with new color schemes while working with the new windows installed by the previous owners. Which would you choose? Option 1: Benjamin Moore’s River Gorge Gray on the siding, downspouts, and eaves with Sherwin Williams’ Caviar on the trim and gutters Option 2: Benjamin Moore’s Silvery Moon with Stonecutter accents Option 3: Sherwin Williams’ Dried Thyme with Caviar accents
We emphasized the Craftsman bones of this Canadian bungalow while providing the homeowner with two different color scheme options. Which is your favorite? Option 1: Benjamin Moore’s Mohegan Sage on the siding and Pale Oak on the trim and windows Option 2: Sherwin Williams’ Shoji White on the siding with Benjamin Moore’s Chelsea Gray on the trim and windows Other updates: a new window in the dormer, new roofing, a fresh front door and coordinating lighting, and a beautiful brick walkway.
The owners of this grand South Carolina home were looking to paint their home and decided to partner with brick&batten to visualize their options. We offered them two color schemes. Option 1: Sherwin Williams’ Gauntlet Gray on the cladding Option 2: Benjamin Moore’s Rockport Gray on the cladding Both designs feature accents in Greek Villa with shutters in Nightfall. Updated deck skirting, porch railings, copper light fixtures and gutters, and new windows pull the designs together.
We took this New York country home from blah to warm and inviting and offered the client three color options. Which would you choose? Option 1: Roycroft Pewter siding with accents in Simply White Option 2: Pale Oak siding with accents in Glacier White Option 3: Rare Gray siding with accents in Simply White All feature new black shutters and a reimagined front porch as well as rich stone accents. The new walkway lined with plants and uplighting elevates the approach to the front door.
We love when our clients want to go daring with their exterior design, and the owners of this Washington home were ready for our bold ideas. Which concept would you use? Option 1: Real-wood cladding from brown on the upper level with a black option in a vertical format around the garage and on the main level. Option 2: James Hardie siding in Iron Gray, with lap siding on the upper level and vertical siding around the garage. Black horizontal wood cladding is in the porch area.
The owners of this Indiana lake house wanted to see their home with a new exterior design while they were working on some renovations. We gave a suggestion for how to add another fireplace and open up their back deck, along with three color scheme options. Option 1: Siding in Sherwin Williams’ Iron Ore with accents in Tricorn Black Option 2: Siding in Benjamin Moore’s Aegean Olive with accents in Iron Ore Option 3: Siding in Sherwin Williams’ Mountain Road with accents in Iron Ore
Our designers helped the owners of this new build home in Nebraska see what their finished exterior could look like. We offered them three treatments for the portico. Which would you go with? Option 1: Squared-off stone with an arched entryway Option 2: A copper awning roof with thick, square wood columns Option 3: A flat roof and stucco columns, all squared off, painting to match the home’s cladding This home’s siding and stucco is rendered in Simply White with Worldly Gray on accents.
We gave this Virginia split-level two all-over color treatments. Which is your favorite? Option 1: Benjamin Moore’s River Reflections on the siding and brick Option 2: Sherwin Williams’ Peppercorn on the siding and brick Both designs feature a new portico over the front door, updated garage doors, new charcoal gray roofing, and a classic wooden front door.
We gave this California home a modern farmhouse refresh with new windows, gorgeous double Dutch front doors, and warm new garage doors for their front-loader. Their new cladding is in a mix of vertical and lap siding, rendered in two colors. Which would you choose? Option 1: Benjamin Moore’s Desert Twilight Option 2: Benjamin Moore’s Seapearl
One of many dream projects we’ve worked on — a new construction rustic mountain home on an equestrian development in Montana. And the clients are builders! They were trying to choose between an overall gray or brown color scheme, so we provided visualizations for both. Which would you pick? Option 1: Brown! White Ash cladding with cedar shake siding and warm ashlar stone siding. Option 2: Gray! Dark charcoal wood cladding with steel siding (that looks like shake) and cool ledgestone siding.
Our team brought the character back to this home with two exterior design ideas. Which are you drawn to? Option 1: No paint on the cladding with new window trim in Calico Blue. A wide-slatted pergola with a new patio area and outdoor seating. Option 2: Sage Mountain on the main level stucco, Kendall Charcoal on the upper level stucco and siding, and Sherwin Williams’ Pure White on the trim and pergola. This pergola has smaller slats and we showed this front yard with new landscaping ideas.
The new owners of this grand coastal home in Florida wanted a new color palette for their home that felt more beachy and less formal. We gave them four options. Which would you pick? Option 1: Sherwin Williams’ Moderne White Option 2: Benjamin Moore’s Slate Blue Option 3: Benjamin Moore’s Normandy Option 4: Sherwin Williams’ Granite Peak All options show the trim in Moderne White with roof tiles painted in Benjamin Moore’s Nightfall.
Our designers suggested four different color scheme options for this brick home in Michigan. Which is your favorite? Option 1: Natural brick with updated siding in Chelsea Gray Option 2: Brick and siding in Chelsea Gray Option 3: Brick and siding in Hale Navy Option 4: Brick and siding in Rosepine Each design offers suggestions for lighting and a gorgeous new front door as well as an updated walkway, driveway, and fencing. Alabaster is used on the windows, trim, and eaves.
We helped this client in Washington state visualize their home with two new color palettes. Which do you prefer? Option 1: Benjamin Moore’s Black Beauty on the shake siding with Woodtone lap siding in Black Canyon Option 2: Benjamin Moore’s Steel Wool on both the shake and lap siding In both designs, we provided a visualization for new dormers and suggested wood elements that warm up the entire design. We love how it all looks in this lovely setting amongst the evergreens!
Follow the evolution of this design for a brick Colonial home in Virginia and let us know which version you’d go for in the comments. Option 1: Limewashed brick with black shutters Option 2: Limewashed brick with shutters painted in Aleutian by Sherwin Williams Option 3: Limewashed brick with shutters painted in Rockport Gray by Benjamin Moore Option 4: Limewashed brick with no shutters Option 5: Brick painted in Benjamin Moore’s Wrought Iron with no shutters and a new wood front door.
Our designers brought the elevations of this new build on the Florida coast to life with laid-back, low-maintenance beach vibes. Which color option do you prefer? Option 1: A monochromatic look with Sherwin Williams’ Pure White and shutters in Outerspace Option 2: Benjamin Moore’s Palladian Blue with accents, including shutters, in Pure White Plus, the backyard design is the ultimate hangout zone, with a pool, covered seating, outdoor kitchen, swings on the balcony, and gorgeous hardscaping!
This cool 1960s ‘Deck Home’ is a particular style of prefab that was built into a hill on a gorgeous property in Pennsylvania. We gave the homeowners four different siding color options, all by Benjamin Moore. Which is your favorite? Option 1: Chelsea Gray Option 2: Seapearl Option 3: Black Beauty Option 4: Raccoon Fur Each design also features natural wood design elements. Plus, we visualized what a small rectangular pool and surrounding hardscaping could look like. So beautiful!
This cool 1960s ‘Deck Home’ is a particular style of prefab that was built into a hill on a gorgeous property in Pennsylvania. We gave the homeowners four different siding color options, all by Benjamin Moore. Which is your favorite? Option 1: Chelsea Gray Option 2: Seapearl Option 3: Black Beauty Option 4: Raccoon Fur Each design also features natural wood elements in the form of real-wood cladding, paneling on the carport overhang, updated decking material, and more.