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UltimateSilence

This house...

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Is there a way to make this house look more like a castle? :ph34r:

I really need some ideas.

Apologies in advance if this is not appropriate discussion.

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Add towers and parapets. Dig a moat around it. Maybe get yourself a French taunter. ;)

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Add towers and parapets. Dig a moat around it. Maybe get yourself a French taunter. ;)

Haha, no can do at the moment...

Anything else?

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I was kind of hoping for a modernist gothic expression.

Couldn't I put flags on the peaks or something? Need ideas. :ph34r:

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More seriously, you need stonework. If you can afford it, replace some of your siding with stone, at least in front. The entry sidewalk and fence could be cobblestone as well.

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More seriously, you need stonework. If you can afford it, replace some of your siding with stone, at least in front. The entry sidewalk and fence could be cobblestone as well.

Any thing I can do with paint or brick? I was wanting to make a "courtyard" style garden next to the large window on the left...

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If you're REALLY GOOD with paint, I'm NOT, you could almost make it look like stonework, at least from afar. For adding walls, like around the garden you mentioned, yes you could use brick, then stucco over the brick, then again paint to look like stonework. You could also build out rounded extensions in front of the two gables in the front to make them look more "tower" shaped. You're right that if you squint at it just right it does kind of have a castle kind of look to it, especially from a distance.

Cheers and Regards

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