With a concentrated summit on top and a roof which slopes downward on each side, a gabled dormer creates usable space in the roof of a house, adding headroom, ceilings and architectural attraction. Built in a variety of sizes, gabled dormers can accommodate a single window and behave as an architectural punctuation mark or feature three windows within an whole second-story addition.
The dormer with this gabled roofline brightens the face of this traditional-style house while providing headroom and natural lighting in the next narrative.
Avenue B Development
A gabled dormer provides a front-and-center focal point for this Craftsman house.
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Knee braces support both the side and front gables with this Northwest shingle house.
A house may comprise multiple dormer styles. This shed dormer and gable dormer unite to make a striking roofline.
A view from inside shows how gabled dormers allow for light-flooded rooms and extra living space.
A gabled dormer combines with knee straps, squared-tapered columns, a shed dormer and a Craftsman-style front door to make an exterior rich with architectural attraction.
Plattner Custom Builders, LLC
The front facade of this home features three front gables and a Sherwin-Williams color scheme, with the siding in Chatroom 6171, both the board and batten accents in Hardware 6172 and the fascia and trim board in Dover White 6385.
The Design Build Company
Centered over the entry, a gabled dormer draws the eye upwards with this San Diego house.
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