Finishing Your House Exterior with the Rain Chain

If you have never thought about installing a rain chain, maybe you should consider installing one. It’s pretty easy to install and changing the look of your house’s exterior. Rain chains are attached to your gutters and help to keep rainwater from causing erosion in your home. They work like downspouts but they are much prettier to look at.

coates design

MODERN HOUSE WITH RAIN CHAINS

We often see the rain chains at the traditional house. But now, even a modern house features a rain chain at the front of their house.

the napa project

ON THE ENTRYWAY

Concrete pathway to the front of the house. They have replaced the older drains with rain chains made out of Corten steel. Custom planter made out of Corten steel.

seidel design group

THE JARS

The jars of the rain chains give the illusion of the rain that is collected inside of the jar. Also, it’s a great decoration for the house’s exterior.

mhm architects

BEACH HOUSE

This three-story residence maintains a low profile from the street and exposes itself to the breath-taking views. This home was designed for entertaining. A very private outdoor room with every amenity you could ask for is tucked below on the first floor and has private access stairs to the beach. Also, each pillar has its own rain chains.

cornerstone architects llp

ACCOMPANIED BY PLANTERS

Nestled into sloping topography, the design of this home allows privacy from the street while providing unique vistas throughout the house and to the surrounding hill country and downtown skyline. The rain chains are accompanied by a planter next to it.

terracotta design build

MORE THAN ONE

There’s no one who’s gonna stop you to add more than one rain chain outside of your house. If you want to add two rain chains on your front door, please take a look at this one.

lee edwards

ON THE PORCH

They are utilizing warm natural materials such as cedar rain-screen siding, douglas fir beams, ceilings and cabinetry to soften the hard edges and clean lines generated with durable materials such as quartz counters, porcelain tile floors, custom steel railings, and cast-in-place concrete hardscapes.

sorensen architects

RUSTIC EXTERIOR

It’s important to have a rain chain in front of your house. You don’t have to install them on each side of your house. Even one is enough.

mel design co

CUSTOMED RAIN CHAINS

A rain chain also comes in various shapes. This one shows you about the unique shape of a rain chain. If you are surfing the internet, you would see many ideas, even you could do DIY things.

chapman design

THE FRONT PORCH

The front porch invites you to sit in a rocker or swing while enjoying the surrounding views. As you step inside the red oak door, the stair to the right leads everyone of living space that utilizes varied widths of red oak flooring that was harvested from the property. The rain chains also installed in front of the seating area.

Rain chains drain the water to the ground from your gutter like a waterfall, they are beautiful and sound great!

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Finishing Your House Exterior with the Rain Chain
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Finishing Your House Exterior with the Rain Chain
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If you have never thought about installing a rain chain, maybe you should consider installing one. It’s pretty easy to install and changing the look of your house’s exterior. Rain chains are attached to your gutters and help to keep rainwater from causing erosion in your home. They work like downspouts but they are much prettier to look at.
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