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Landmark Services Inc
New barn - recreational building construction
That's what I call a home gym!!
Every home needs one.
Future home...Home gym...Home court...Basketball in home...home gym!
Attic Conversion to Bedroom
This whole-house renovation was featured on the 2008 Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes. The attic space was converted into a bedroom with closet space and bath, cooled by a minisplit system. An eyebrow window was cut into the roofline to allow more daylight into the space, as well as adding a nice
An eyebrow dormer on the outside lends a relaxed and storybook feature to this home.
LOVE THE extreme pitch and how to integrate in into contemporary home
outside lends a relaxed and storybook feature to this home. And this dormer with its diminutive scale looks like an eye as it just starts to open from a good night's sleep.
The curvaceous lines of the eyebrow dormer offset the sharp peak of this home's front gable.
Aikin & Associates, Inc.
Aikin & Associates, Inc.
The shape of the driveway may be similar to what we need for the Fillmore 9669 portico home.
beautiful stone home
Montague Atlanta home
Lovely home...Brick home...country home
Spencer Lake Cabin
Spencer Lake Exterior by Method Homes. Photo credit Lannie Boesiger
This is a winner! If the home looked like this, we'd be completely happy.
colors and design of home
Holiday home!...Method pre-fab home...Method Homes...vacation home
Romantic-era houses into Victorian themes. Common characteristics include many gabled roofs, exposed rafter tails and shingle siding, all still popular on homes built today. Note the flared eaves and stickwork, the applied boards in the gable end in this example, which are trademark details. Also unique to
Would love info on the desk as well! It is lovely...My husband and I are building a custom home and are having cabinets, shelves and file cabinets built into our home office, but still haven't found desks we like. We both love the functionality of an executive type desk, but do not like the closed-up
This was actually an existing fireplace which was part of an existing historical old home. You would have to check your local building codes if you plan on doing something similar.
Possible mantel for Ice Glen home in the dining room without the surround and in natural cherry like the kitchen cabinets or the cherry wood dining room table.
friendly,” Susoev points out. Also, “people don’t always consider that using antiques is one of the most ecological things you can do.” More traditional home photos
Paul Davis Architects
Newport Beach Residence
Transform Your Home! Create more space and bring the fresh air inside with an aluminium stacker door.
Lose the wall. Opening up an entire side of your home with floor-to-ceiling glass doors is a high-impact change that could revolutionize your daily life.
Opening up an entire side of your home with floor-to-ceiling glass doors is a high-impact change that could revolutionize your daily life. This feature is especially suited to modern homes and midcentury ranches in not-too-cold climates, but it could work well for other home styles — consult a pro to find
style that works with your home.Find the Right Glass Door for Your Patio
8. Lose the wallOpening up an entire side of your home with floor-to-ceiling glass doors is a high-impact change that could revolutionise your daily life. This feature is especially suited to modern homes in not-too-cold climates
Habitat Post & Beam, Inc.
Ski Resort Lodge
A house located at a southern Vermont ski area, this home is based on our Lodge model. Custom designed, pre-cut and shipped to the site by Habitat Post & Beam, the home was assembled and finished by a local builder. Photos by Michael Penney, architectural photographer. IMPORTANT NOTE: We are not involved
involved in the finish or decoration of these homes, so it is unlikely that we can answer any questions about elements that were not part of our kit package, i.e., specific elements of the spaces such as appliances, colors, lighting, furniture, landscaping, etc.
or decoration of these homes, I can't guess about the what kind of brick was used here. The owner of this home is a mason who filled his home with brick and stone, so it would be a good guess that this is not veneer, but full bricks, as this was the theme throughout the home.