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Renovated kitchen in old home with low ceilings. Photography: Rob Karosis
renovated kitchen in old home with low ceiling picture
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I love the staircase! It gives the cottage style that I love and the feeling of openness for a small home.
Jeff King & Company
Problem: The original single family home had been divided into two units with an exterior staircase to the second story. The home had small, cramped bathroom and kitchen spaces. Solution: The new homeowner wanted to recombine the single family home by rebuilding the interior staircase. We also brought
reflected the family’s story and personality. Result: Two apartments were combined to restore the original single family home with optimal green performance. The family now enjoys a spacious home catered to their preferences and artistic lifestyle. Photos © Paul Dyer
including custom cabinetry throughout. Keen on incorporating green building practices wherever possible, the homeowners opted for a full upgrade of their home performance systems. We also incorporated creative, playful elements for the kids including a double closet connecting their rooms (separated by a
Washington Park Tower Condo
Second story addition
Half Way, OR: Pat & Patti Walker
Another great look for a cabin. This area to the left looks like a perfect addition.
Roof and siding remind me of BC home
Hunting for reclaimed wood for their dream home they got a call from a contractor friend. He discovered large hand-hewn larchwood logs in an intact one-room cabin, with a handwritten letter, dated
wood and wrote detailed notes about how the cabin fit together. Then they hauled it off, piece by piece, to their lot and incorporated it into their home's design as their main bedroom.
A historic one-room cabin in Halfway. The left wing of this rustic Oregon home is a one-room cabin that dates to 1874. It was unearthed within a larger home that was slated for disassembly and demolition. After visiting the demolition site to check out some reclaimed
Wapping E1W: Stylish Wharf Flat
have run a feature on this unique London home. To have a look, please click here: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/3176764/w/sid=1/list/Houzz-Tour--Contemporary-Riverside-Home-in-London
Hello Marion. Unfortunately, the column was already a part of our client's home when we started working with them and
In addition to reflecting the teenager's blue eyes, the color is also a nod to the maritime history of the city of Wapping and the home's riverside location. Sleek white cabinetry hugs the walls and works with the substantial beam in the kitchen. Oak floors and a raised wooden breakfast bartop warm up
pillar in this contemporary home, the designer simply worked around it. He took attention away from the visual interruption by creating a striking blue backsplash that immediately draws the eye and gives the neutral room a welcome punch of color. Tip: Personalizing your home can go beyond family photos
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
What are the bottom of the pillars made of? Concrete, stone, wood? Love this idea for the rear of our home under the decking.
Thank you so much. Beautiful home.
thank you- I was asking for a specific reason. I have a home on Lake MI with odd-shaped windows and this looked like a good idea for the slope of
This kind of front addition would give great Iight.
Single dormers. When Craftsman homes have dormers, they tend to be wider and stand out on their own, unlike the pairs of dormers that typically appear in Cape Cod–style cottages. Single dormers are often wide enough for two to three windows. Dormers, especially wide ones, can transform unused attics
Dewson Construction Company
Coastal Vacation Home
interested in one of our homes. Our clients work closely with their interior designers to showcase our craftsmanship. Please contact Bruce Coon at email@example.com for any information on the items in the home. Thank you!
Thank you for your interest in this custom build home. The interior designer
Many of our clients choose to work with an interior design to complete their home. This particular house was the work of the home owner and Bruce Palmer LLC.
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
cancer in nonsmokers.How does it get into a home? Radon is a gas that comes from the soil and rock beneath a home. It can seep in through cracks in the foundation, flooring, joists, wall cavities and gaps around service pipes. It can then become trapped in the home, accumulating in the air, gradually reaching
reaching unsafe levels. Some new homes are being built with features that help prevent radon from entering and becoming trapped in the home.