954 1890s new england scoop Home Design Photos

Inspired Design Ltd
2 Reviews
Somerset Cottage
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Location: Banwell, England The combined kitchen and dining room is the heart of the house and reflects the family’s easygoing style. “There’s definitely a French influence in this part of the cottage,”
ion: Banwell, EnglandSize: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsThe combined kitchen and dining room is the heart of the house and reflects the family’s easygoing style. “There’s definitely a French influence in this part of the cottage,” O’Mara says. “It’s all about muted creams and blues, but it’s all very simple
The kitchen-diner is the heart of the house, and reflects the family’s easy-going style. ‘There’s definitely a French influence in this part of the cottage,’ says Nicola. ‘It’s all about muted creams and blues, but it’s all very simple. Also, because the right-hand wall slopes, we couldn’t put any furniture
“Love the lights and colors” — basart
Pennville Custom Cabinetry
3 Reviews
Swanson
Ideabooks3,762
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Swanson of New England Design Works Designed this Pennville Kitchen for her own home, and it won not only the regional Sub-Zero award, but also the National Kitchen & Bath Association's medium kitchen of the year. Karen is located in Manchester, MA and can be reached at Karen@NewEnglandDesignWorks.com
wood shiplap paneling as a homage to the home’s heritage. She painted it with Benjamin Moore’s Satin Impervo — an oil-based paint meant for interior trim. “It definitely made it easy to wipe down,” she says. “Using a wood
“lighting” — Cathy Nitura St Angelo
Classic Colonial Homes, Inc.
3 Reviews
CCH Deerfield Colonial
Ideabooks1,163
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new england colonial
Classic New England, updated.
Vernacular New England
Old vs. new: unclear
New England style
“like the transition between house and garage. Would want something much smaller, but like the way t” — gaylejoseph
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Jules Duffy Designs
Sea of Blue
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adorning an antiqued iron frame is the focal point. Other glass items like bottles and antique marine floats pick up on the 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
pearls adorning an antiqued iron frame is the focal point. Other glass items like bottles and antique marine floats pick up on the chandelier’s glass beads. Duffy scooped up the antique French plate rack in Sonoma, California; its distressed, peeling-paint look comes from age
idea but make it brand new
Mix of old and new buffet
The mix of the old and new!
pearls adorning an antiqued iron frame is the focal point. Other glass items like bottles and antique marine floats pick up on the 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
“Dished on wall” — Johnna Cooke
Curl Architecture
2 Reviews
Cape House
Ideabooks3,238
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Classic and understated, New England coastal style draws inspiration from the region’s rich maritime history. Crisp blue and white dominate the palette in beach destinations, and materials like weathered teak
I am New England coastal style!
Whether you adore the classic maritime look of New England, the warm and spirited
spirited U.S. South, British seaside nostalgia or something else entirely, the coastal style in all its variations is easy, breezy, casual and fun. What’s not to love? See if one of these six takes on beachy style resonates with you.
pillows to teak furnishings for a New England vibe.
New England PrepClassic and understated, New England coastal style draws inspiration from the region’s rich maritime history. Crisp blue and white dominate the palette in beach destinations like the Hamptons, Martha’s Vineyard, Newport and Nantucket
“porch” — debbie_luckey
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Massachusetts Farm House
Ideabooks1,374
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How I wish all designs for new home were as thoughtul. truly beautiful.
So Long Island... New England 1700s
New England style...what I grew up with ..... my standard of reference
addition identical to an old house, but you want to respect the old house. That’s our mantra."
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
a pond and up to the house. It's about 20 minutes from Butternut resort, where the family has been skiing and snowboarding for nearly a 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
“water table” — annarobin2012
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Town Line Road Sagaponack New York
Ideabooks1,782
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Town Line Road Sagaponack New York
historical sea captain’s mansion in New England for $6 and walk away with a pocketful of details,” she says. All this will help inform your (and your designer’s, if you will be using one) choices of colors, materials and accessories.
welcoming bathroom. A sense of place. First, decide which beach will be your inspiration. The beaches of New England are way different than the ones in Florida, in the Caribbean or up and down California’s coast. “There are beaches that are rocky and moody with huge surf and dark brown sand, or ones with
with the beach, whether it came from a single family vacation long ago or comes from a wave-crashing view that greets you every morning. Either way, it’s a good feeling to evoke in your home. Bathrooms in particular are good spaces in which to inject a nod to the beach. Water; durable, natural materials;
“winter beach colors” — emilyv12
Valerie McCaskill Dickman
Grey & Roach
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tulip table and scoop chairs from CB2.
directly across from the kitchen. The area includes a spot for informal dining on a tulip 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
“Chairs” — karenmoncrieff
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