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Villas of Volterra
An impressive entry hall greats vistors of this Drees model home at the Villas of Volterra in Keller, TX. This small rustic neighborhood called for a new take on Texas rustic hill country with cleaner, more modern lines & lighter colors. We combined an ecletic look that has the flavor of Texas and a
“Wainscot” — cgoldt
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Villas of Volterra
Villas of Volterra
Villas of Volterra
“Chairs” — tydudley
Coronado Stone Products
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Italian Villa Stone Fireplace - Coronado Stone Products / Italian Villa Stone
Italian Villa Stone Fireplace - Coronado Stone Products / Italian Villa Stone
This beautiful stone fireplace is adorned with Coronado Stone Products - Italian Villa Stone Veneer in the color Volterra. Italian Villa Stone is a lightweight stone veneer product that adheres to pretty much any substrate. Corner stones are available for this profile.
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Coronado Stone Products - Italian Villa Stone Fireplace
“Stuff on table” — kollmana
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Villas of Volterra - Clean Rustic Kitchen
Villas of Volterra - Clean Rustic Kitchen
“Island lights and cabinetry” — mpena0516
Volterra Architectural Products
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Moulding and Millwork
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“Beamed ceiling” — All The Right Spaces
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Master Bedroom
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“Ceiling color same as wall color w/ white trim” — Lauren Barnard
Architecture Now! Houses 3
Villa Vista in Weligama, Sri Lanka, designed by Shigeru Ban. Photo copyright Hiroyuki Hirai, courtesy of Taschen. Photo from the book "Architecture Now! Houses 3" by Philip Jodidio, published by Taschen (2013).
second is the 8,800-square-foot Villa Vista designed by Shigeru Ban and actually built for the son of Ando's client. Ban worked in the area in the middle of the last decade, building disaster housing after the earthquake of December 26, 2004, and was approached to design Villa Vista after his reconstruction
Villa Vista in Weligama, Sri Lanka
balanced designing houses for those in need and for the wealthy, in this case in some relative proximity. Boundaries between indoors and outdoors at Villa Vista are blurry. As this view from a bridge traversing a pool (visible in the lower right corner) shows, the shutters serve to help shade what is basically
“Texture” — claire campbell
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Villa Fatio
is based on 1920s and '30s interpretations of smaller Italian villas, such as Villa Gamberaia outside Florence, as well as the classic estates of Southern California and Florida. The ornate interiors are modeled after period Italian villas and the Palm Beach estates of Maurice Fatio. A two-story stair
Italian villa effect, pool is intimate
“Need this one” — Joe Msosa
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