Exterior renovations must withstand our tough Western New York winters, but that doesn’t mean sacrificing aesthetic for practicality. The same attention to detail applies to an outdoor space as an indoor one.
This stately Craftsman-style front porch includes a barrel-roll ceiling and white columns.
Stacked stone walls adorning the landscaping soften the steep grades in this expansive backyard. Additional stonework underneath the porch hides the foundation walls.
A barrel roll ceiling adds curb appeal to this traditional porch. The columns were pulled forward to maximize the size of the stoop.
This sitting room addition was designed to create visual balance between the stone chimney and the exterior structure. The tapering of the chimney, made of Bucks County suede limestone, softens the look.
This stone fire pit features an easy-to-use gas starter and a concealed triple fire ring to distribute the flames evenly across the surface. Soft lighting within the stone retaining wall enhances the ambiance of this outdoor space.
Azek arches form a massive beam on this impressive patio overlooking Lake Erie. Proper size and proportion of the columns to the porch are critical in the success of the design.
A beautiful cornice detail adorns this addition.
This large, hand-crafted cupola features a curved roof, delicate trim details and a cap for mounting a weather vane.