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Cynthia Lynn Photography
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Simplifying in the Suburbs
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a new home made to look old or older with renovations?
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of your home. By resurfacing your driveway, entrance, or any outdoor are with our natural pebble stone product, you will not only gain curb appeal but a great piece of mind as a customer. With a wide variety of designs and colors, any outdoor surface can be transformed. Visit us at www.pebblestonecoatings
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Stone Georgian Home
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your home's history? What resources have you found most helpful?Roots of Style: How Did Your Home Get Its Look?
pired home shown here illustrates several common details that are characteristic of that style, several signatures of which allude to Renaissance classical architecture. These include the symmetrical front with five rows of windows and a detailed entrance under a center upper window. Visual balance is
“Exterior Remodel” — Melissa Von Goertz
Andrew Melaragno
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Craftsman Home
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temples and homes over the years with the sole purpose of embracing the beauty of a rain-filled day
Craftsman homes, despite the variation in detailing. Tapered columns, which support the porch roof, are typically short and rest upon massive stone or brick piers that extend to ground level, both of which convey a certain solidity. Not all columns are tapered; another popular variation is the double column
temples and homes over the years with the sole purpose of embracing the beauty of a rain-filled day.
Tapered columns. This is one of the most distinctive characteristics of Craftsman homes, despite the variation
“Green paint” — Melissa Higgins
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
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Home Front Yards
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of your home. What are the colors?
similar home with a really odd plan and would love to see reno pictures. Right now I HAVE to do a bathroom reno and am baffled on how to reno, yet stay in the era. would like to do a bath to shower conversion and it's the only bath/shower in the house..there is a half ensuite next to it.
This home has nice curb appeal
where your home fits.Ranch Architecture Roams Across U.S.
“Shutters & door same color?” — becsineffect
Risinger Homes
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Travis Heights - Guest House
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home office set away from the rest of the house to get work efficiently done
Choose an isolated spot for your office. Put your home office as far away as you can from your home's social areas — family
Put your home office as far away as you can from your home's social areas — family room, kitchen etc. It may sound like a no-brainer, but sometimes we want to be in the center of the action and think we can still get work done. Sure, you may think you're an expert at working, carrying a conversation and
Home Office or just private space - shed / garage
Put your home office as far away as you can from your home's social areas — family room, kitchen etc. It may sound like a no-brainer, but sometimes we want to be in the center of the action and think we can still get work done. Sure, you may think you're an expert at working, carrying a conversation and
“Guest house” — bsigpolo
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
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of this home. Can someone tell me the exact color, brand and finish?
Florida homes, outside spaces are part of the living area. The front door, on the left side of this photo, doesn't lead to an interior room but rather to the open air "lanai" (the Floridian term for a screened room) with family room on one side and a pool and patio on the other.
American Home shown at the 2012 International Builders' Show. Large glass doors open so the family room blends seamlessly with the pool and the patio.
“Back idea” — zhouting1955
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
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Fall House
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is the home’s highest point. The front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending at the master bedroom.
is the home’s highest point. The front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending at the master bedroom. The idea was to have the living room covered in natural materials, rather
is the home’s highest point. The front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending at the master bedroom. The idea was to have the living room covered in natural materials, rather
“Built in tv” — welysskia
Calico Studio
Ames Lake Studio
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to your home. A pump and filtration system will require energy to run. Holding tanks will be necessary to store water collected for on-demand use. The tanks shown here contain the home’s sole water source. Rainwater is channeled via a PVC pipe from the roof.
in your home would replace the need to use treated and conditioned water where it’s not needed. And this is an easy DIY project. Rainwater barrels can be purchased at many retailers, and some water companies give them away for free. You can even, though it’s a bit more work, build your own cistern to
in your home would replace the need to use treated and conditioned water where it’s not needed. And this is an easy DIY project. Rainwater barrels can be purchased at many retailers, and some water companies give them away for free. You can even, though it’s a bit more work, build your own cistern to
“rainwater barrel” — marco831
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