215 Curvan Home Design Photos

Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Tree House
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The back door opens to a wide deck. Curvan likes to use small sample windows collected from window manufacturers for his playhouses. A child-size café table and chairs complete the look
The back door opens to a wide deck. Curvan likes to use small sample windows collected from window manufacturers for his playhouses. A child-size café table and chairs complete the look.
The back door opens to a wide deck. Curvan likes to use small sample windows collected from window manufacturers for his playhouses. A child-size café table and chairs complete the look.
“Treehouse!” — robinmann1
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Wakefield Home
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Wakefields are huge music lovers and wallpapered the guest bath in old album covers. The wall frames were created and installed by family friend James Curvan.
“Love the album covers” — obmiss
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Christmas Lights Tree House
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Photo: Sarah Greenman © 2013 Houzz Design: James Curvan Read the Houzz article about this kids' tree house: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/20845319/list/A-Magical-Tree-House-Lights-Up-for-Christmas
of the front-facing gable and window is lined with lights to define the architecture. Curvan built the tree house over a nine-year period with help from the Wakefields’ son, Jeremy. A U.S. Marine, Jeremy helped Curvan work on the project between multiple tours in Iraq.
“Le vitrail du haut et le verre à croisillons de la fenêtre du dessous” — zabisa
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Tree House
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The builder's name is James Curvan and he is local to the North Texas area. Please contact him via his website: jamescurvan.com or email him at jamescurvan@msn.com. Thanks for your inquiry.
The designer and builder is James Curvan and the home owners do not live in it (although
Curvan still has a close relationship with the Wakefields and continues to maintain the structure with love and care.Your turn: Do you have a playful tree house in your backyard? Share a photo below!Next: Watch a video of the play house decked out for the holidaysSee the Wakefield’s main houseBrowse
“tree house guest house?” — podes
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Tree House
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Curvan found many uses for Jeri's extensive collection of vintage hardware. A Sinclair Oil doorknob shares space with three antique spigots that the children
Curvan found many uses for Jeri's extensive collection of vintage hardware. A Sinclair Oil doorknob shares space with three antique spigots that the children use for pretend water, tea and milk.
“It's amazing” — jakeeader
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Wakefield Home
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The tree house is located on the back side of a guest house, which also houses Jeri's art studio. Curvan built a covered outdoor bar off the side of the guesthouse
The tree house is located on the back side of a guest house, which also houses Jeri's art studio. Curvan built a covered outdoor bar off the side of the guesthouse. "It's wonderful for summer parties," says Jeri. "We can have a drink and watch the kids play."
“crazy” — paige0725
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Christmas Lights Tree House
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Photo: Sarah Greenman © 2013 Houzz Design: James Curvan Read the Houzz article about this kids' tree house: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/20845319/list/A-Magical-Tree-House-Lights-Up-for-Christmas
Waiting for Santa Claus is twice as nice in a pint-size sleeping loft lit with snowflake-shaped twinkle lights. Greenman peers down at Curvan, who is still preparing the tree house for the Wakefields’ Christmas party.
“What an awesome nook in a tree house!” — gardnin_gal
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Christmas Lights Tree House
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Photo: Sarah Greenman © 2013 Houzz Design: James Curvan Read the Houzz article about this kids' tree house: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/20845319/list/A-Magical-Tree-House-Lights-Up-for-Christmas
One of the architect’s favorite things to do is to encircle the slide with green lights. Curvan says, “It’s quite a visual for the kids as they go down the slide.”
“lights on outside of slide create a beautiful experience” — littlehouseinthewoods
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