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THINK Architecture - John Shirley
West Facade
Ideabooks7,386
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where was this photo taken? such a beautiful home
I recognized those mountains as soon as I saw the photo, but I didn't know Provo had a house this attractive in it. Time for a field trip to that part of town. Great work THINK
Incredible home, incredible location
Love the mountains my dream
Mountain home...nice mountain home...Mountain house...mountain dream...Beautiful Mountain...near the mountains...I love this home
“ratio of stone to glass???” — vmd3ho
Larsen Whelan Ent Ltd
Stone Manor @ 35 Skifty Morris Way
Ideabooks797
Questions1
Love how roofline mimics the mountains
Wow niche mountains out the back
Can I buy the mountain?
Large windows, gorgeous mountain home
Mountain home...Home with a view...Mountain cabin...w ton home...mountain home
“Exterior siding” — betteschoeberl56
Contemporary Exterior
Ideabooks1,213
Questions2
to the stain formula that was utilized at the time. We often work closely with the Owners and Contractors to derive custom colors for most of our homes.
Too mountain but Kirk likes stone and the shape / construction of front porch
Dream home...mountain home...Mountain house
“Entry” — baumgarten
Apex Mountain Homes
20 Reviews
Westridge Escape
Ideabooks623
Questions0
mountain ranch home provides a space for gathering as well as a fabulous view.” “migan Ranch Lot 4...mountain home”” “mountain home
that is like my dream home. truly breathtaking
Great mountain home.
custom mountain home
Mountain house...wow for a home...log home...luxury home...mountain home...Apex Mountain Homes
“portico” — roblinkel
Copper Creek Homes, LLC
4 Reviews
Mine Style Rustic Mountain Lodge
Ideabooks3,620
Questions4
Copper Creek Homes, LLC Save to Ideabook Email Photo Generally used outside on roofs, corrugated tin comes inside to make a design statement in this Colorado mountain home. These panels are reclaimed, and their well-aged look complements the rustic
Copper Creek Homes, LLCSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Generally used outside on roofs, corrugated tin comes inside to make a design statement in this Colorado mountain home. These panels are reclaimed, and their well-aged look complements the rustic
Generally used outside on roofs, corrugated tin comes inside to make a design statement in this mountain home. These panels are reclaimed, and their well-aged look complements the rustic feel of the stone house. Note the wood valance at the roof-wall junction: a
“Corrugated tin ceiling...cool idea” — Nikki Boyer Banks
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
22 Reviews
Tuscan Farm
Ideabooks1,064
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wildflower-filled mountain meadow, this Tuscan-inspired home is given a few design twists, incorporating the local mountain home flavor with modern design elements. The plan of the home is roughly 4500 square feet, and settled on the site in a single level. A series of ‘pods’ break the home into separate
of historic planking, stone, slate roofing and stucco, along with accents of copper add a rich texture to the home. The use of these modern and traditional materials together results in a home that is exciting and unexpected. (photos by Shelly Saunders)
mixture of stone and wood. Want to keep "mountain" feel to house with french country interior and exterior details.
beautiful mountain home with combo roof materials including copper
“beautiful mountain home with combo roof materials including copper” — purecurls
Arcanum Architecture
Mountain Home Residence
Ideabooks788
Questions1
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“Like” — Audra Kerr
Abigail-Elise Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Hamilton Lane
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This home uses the offset gable technique interspersed
single-sloped roofs to create a dynamic and exciting contemporary, yet warm-looking home.
love this greatroom, side of home look
Great mountain house
Walk out basement Angled home
roof and front of home
dream mountain home...Mountain Home...Dream Home!
“roof angle up out bavk if bedrooms are in the front” — jportman5
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