770 1890s new england scoop Home Design Photos

GIL WALSH INTERIORS
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Halpert at the Vineyard
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house’s décor around the wife’s artistic aesthetic and her pottery collection. (She has a pottery shed (studio) with a kiln). They wanted their summer home to be a relaxing home for their family and friends. The main entrance to this home leads directly to the living room, which spans the width of the
New England Shingle Story & One Half
“Dormers” — royalt4
Sean Papich Landscape Architecture
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Coastal Knoll - Hingham, MA
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built by New England Woodworkers here in the Boston area. I designed the gate, but pretty much any fence fabricator should be able to build you one. Thank you, Sean
It is white cedar, stained white. The fence was built by New England Woodworkers (Tim Thompson) in the south shore of
white, scooped with prongs at top
as lamb’s ear (Stachys byzantina) would work well.
“fence” — mstuhr86
Classic Colonial Homes, Inc.
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CCH Deerfield Colonial
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new england colonial
Classic New England, updated.
Vernacular New England
New England style
“Look at the two tier roof this gets you away from the sill of the window. Just a thought.” — arnoldvanderzalm
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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david phillips
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newton residence 1 - dplk.04
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residence new construction project builder : cmd corporation
Cstylists P.S. This home is lovely.
common new england fieldstone. it has been installed with the mortar "raked" out to show the stone's prominence. the stone appears to have been installed as a "dry-set" wall, using no mortar, but the stone mason's ability to select and place the stone, secured to the structural exterior wall, with minimal
is call New England field stone. Common to the area, but the size and color is based on the quarry you purchase the stone. I would work with your builder, and the masonry contractor to review the products they have available, and suggest a "sample" wall be made for your review +/- 48" X 48" prior to
“Msison” — Crystal Dumas
Jules Duffy Designs
Sea of Blue
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Mix of old and new buffet
chandelier’s glass beads. Duffy scooped up the antique French plate rack in Sonoma, California; its distressed, peeling-paint look comes from age. Thanks to her, the homeowners are now avid ironstone collectors and enjoy finding pieces to add to the rack.
chandelier’s glass beads. Duffy scooped up the antique French plate rack in Sonoma, California; its distressed, peeling-paint look comes from age
chandelier’s glass beads.Duffy scooped up the antique French plate rack in Sonoma, California; its distressed, peeling-paint look comes from age. Thanks to her, the homeowners are now avid ironstone collectors and enjoy finding pieces to add to the rack.
“rustic shelf” — Painted Furniture Barn
Valerie McCaskill Dickman
Grey & Roach
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tulip table and scoop chairs from CB2.
table and scoop chairs from CB2. VMD: What's your proudest homeowner moment?KR: We are always proud when we invite new people over and they comment positively about the house. BG: It always surprises people who've seen our previous homes, which were incredibly different.
“Table” — clemmiegirl
Crisp Architects
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Massachusetts Farm House
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designs for new home were as thoughtul. truly beautiful.
I posed this question to Houzzers, and about 70 percent as of this writing believe re-creating the past is the way to go. The 1790s historic farmhouse in Massachusetts shown here is a good example. Architect Jimmy Crisp remodeled the house. The wing on the left is an entirely
decade. The new living room addition extends from the original house, but Crisp and the homeowners took care not to detract from the traditional aesthetic. “We didn’t want a Hamptons-type place, a monstrous expansion," says the homeowner. "We wanted it within the scale of the house.”“Almost every old farmhouse
entirely new addition, yet it looks almost like the original. Only upon close inspection can you spot subtle variations in the windows and chimney. Crisp is fascinated with how older homes were built — the materials used, the simple tools — and feels that blending additions with original homes honors their
“Simple” — camellas
Carr, Lynch and Sandell, Inc.
new link between historic house and barn
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new link between historic house and barn
created a new entry, informal living room, kitchen with cooking fireplace and pantry, and deck. The addition, with it's clerestory, provides lots of natural lighting. The client now has a large free-flowing, light filled, area to entertain that they were missing in the historic house. Photos by Randy O'Rourke
new angland style my favorite region
northern U.S. tend to be built with clapboard siding, often painted white with details like doors and shutters painted black.
Of course, this viewpoint isn’t absent from those living in the United States. Houzz user sstarr says, “Here in New England, there were many Victorian-era additions to earlier
the U.S. or abroad, aren’t solely responsible for architectural continuity. In fact, Ken Roginski, a historic preservation specialist in New Jersey, believes the historic guidelines in the U.S. don’t go far enough, and can hurt historic homes by forcing them to integrate modern elements even when the
“Shutters” — lordmylo
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