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Weaver Design Group
6 Reviews
Vero Beach Florida Home
Ideabooks185
Questions2
Hi There, The console table is a custom Paul Ferrante piece. We would be happy to have something similar created for you. Best, Weaver Design Group
The idea of a mirror on one side and table and something else on the other side
interior design details
Entrance hall...Hall ideas...Home Design...Interior Design...Weaver Design Group
“Foyer” — jenclts
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1 Review
Addison Misner Inspired Front Elevation
Ideabooks11,438
Questions4
Front Door pots and small cypress plants at entrance make it simple with the fully paved driveway
Cool design...Front entrance...Exterior design...Interior Design
“Door Wall” — bernieei
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Citrus Bloom
Ideabooks4,867
Questions7
This is a perfect design for my front entry. Can you tell me anyhing about the table/chest? Dimensions and where I can find it?? Thanks so much!
love the stained design
Turret idea...Floor design...Entrance floor
“I like to floor” — Scott Florsheim
Louise Lakier
1 Review
The Salsa House
Ideabooks3,207
Questions4
It is nice to be checking Houzz and see a beatiful house with a Chilean flag in the entrance. Best regards ;)
retirement cottage design - 2 sided terrace
These New York parents fell so hard for their daughter and her partner's Pacific Northwest property that they built their own guesthouse, leaving the design details up to the property owners. The result is a creative, colorful and comfortable home.
A little much but like the idea
cedar. Demyanovich designed and built the Salsa House with Delene as his superintendent, laborer and craftsperson, while the rest of the family served as the support crew.
I just love this vivid, cheerful paint job, but I would never have the guts to do it unless a professional designed it.See more of
“large porch, small house” — dianegentry
InHaus Development Ltd
3 Reviews
Beachaus I
Ideabooks4,955
Questions2
Front elevation, Beachaus I. Photo: Dave deBruyn. Built by InHaus Development Ltd.. Architect: Pb Elemental Design
white render, aluminium edge and glass entrance
Beautiful even though boxy. Simple but warmed up with wood and lighting. Normally, I don't like the black, heavy lines on windows, but integrated into this design, it works.
beachaus 1, built by InHaus Development ltd., ARchitect, Pb Elemental Design.
“exterior materials” — Swope Design Group
Candace Cavanaugh Interiors
1 Review
Portfolio
Ideabooks6,337
Questions11
The ceiling treatment was created from several moldings stacked. The design was custom milled based on our architectural drawings. It was created in pieces that were connected together. I hope that helps.
A nice feature of the quatrefoil as a decorative element is the shape's ability to be quite small, like when it's used for a wallpaper design, or quite large, like when it's placed on a ceiling as a controlling device for a room.
“ceiling” — only4tanya
Dijeau Poage Construction
Presidio Heights Residence
Ideabooks5,739
Questions3
Not sure - very appealing design; reminds me of San Francisco
Love this house.. Good Idea to build
New and creative design
Victorian ext. colour design
Love the design....The entrance
“the decorations below the roof” — Kusa Dlamini
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Ideabooks3,984
Questions5
insulation, high efficiency glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The resulting design is a sustainably balanced, visually pleasing home which reflects the lifestyle and needs of the clients. Photography
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. Layering rooms with each other as well as circulation galleries, insures seclusion while allowing stunning
Can you tell me who the interior designer was on this house?
I really like the combination of white/light tan brick with the cement color wall. Very interesting idea. Just wonder how it would go with a white roof since we are pretty much set on a white metal roof.
“Gris fachada” — avrilcastrejon
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