28 of the most impressive house exteriors of all time #2

Connecticut Home

Analisse Taft-Gersten, founder of home goods store ALT for Living, has a home in Connecticut that seems nestled in its landscape. Perabot Unik

Colonial Minnesota

Located in Twin Cities, this 1920s colonial is full of artwork and creative talent, created by designer Janet Gridley. The exterior features dark green shutters, an American flag, and perfectly placed white seats.

Palm Beach Dream Home

At the Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Palm Beach in 2020, designer Jobe L√≥pez opted for a mix of low bushes and tall trees that frame the house’s facade and attract attention. Household appliances & Furniture

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Inspired in Spanish

Justina Blakeney’s 1926 Spanish-style house in Los Angeles is modest in size but has a big impact. The burnt orange border makes a statement from the street.

Rainbow Cocoon House

Architect Nina Edwards Anker fused the ideas of a sustainable building and the color theory of painter William Turner when designing his vacation home. It is nothing like the classic New England Hamptons houses that surround it. Perabot Rumah Tangga

Lake elevated home

Located on a 15-meter hitch, Anne Hepfer’s L-shaped chalet features large windows, intricate stonework, and soft colors. The house looks like a giant tree house.

Historic refuge

To renovate this historic home, designer Juan Carretero added quintessential notes of English culture and tradition, including cast concrete sheep on the front.

White brick residence

To update and clarify a Houston home in 1961, Ray Booth balanced the original aesthetic with a contemporary point of view. The booth manipulated the white brick facade with new vertical shutters and added an entry door with a steel door and a custom lantern. Property News

Charleston charmer

The entrance to this “South Carolina kitchen”, now a guesthouse, opens onto a blue stone patio. An ivy-covered door seals the secluded space.

Historical Rooms

Designer Michelle Prentice’s home in Beaufort, South Carolina blends perfectly with her neighborhood of historic homes. The exterior features a beautiful second floor balcony.