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Alair Homes
Vancouver - Shaughnessy Condo Kitchen
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in this kitchen remodel of their Fairview condo in Vancouver B.C. With a budget of about $55,000 and 120 square feet, working with their contractor, Alair Homes, they took their time to thoughtfully design and focus their money where it would pay off in the reno. Karen wanted ample wine storage and
and re-use the existing cabinets. They spent some time on Houzz and made their own idea book. Confident with good ideas, they set out to purchase additional Ikea cabinet pieces to create the new vision. Walls were moved and structural posts created to accommodate the new configuration. One area that was
a future pantry door in the kitchen, or a bathroom closet in the addition
“Condiment cage” — tackybabe
Seattle Area Architect, Specializing in Custom Residential Design
Small Architectural Design firm located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. We specialize in custom residential remodels and new homes as well as mixed use projects across the Pacific Northwest.
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Southern Studio Interior Design
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Coastal Retreat
Ideabooks12,445
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G. Frank Hart Photography Whitney Blair Custom Homes
In the photo above, the homeowners have pushed the fridge back at least two inches into the wall. A contractor can do this fairly easily when your kitchen is being remodelled provided there are no pipes etc running down the back wall. This is a solution many
I'm so glad the photos provide inspiration for your project. Unfortunately, I do not have any additional photos that show the detail of the wainscoting. Good luck to all!
Our Ashbury pendants are a great addition to this beautiful kitchen! Here's a link to the pendants on our website: http://progresslighting.com/products.aspx?product=P5054-134
Recessing the refrigerator is a common practice and a great solution if the space allows. In this home, however, there was not space (there is a hallway behind this wall). The cabinets are custom in this particular kitchen which allowed for some adjustment
“pony wall” — Leslie Brindley
Martha O'Hara Interiors
90 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
Ideabooks4,797
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Thank you for your inquiry! This was something that was sourced through the contractor. Best!
If hammered metal as part of the built-in structure of your home is too daunting, consider a piece of hammered furniture. This desk is hammered for an all-over texture with an additional geometric pattern on the leg fronts and sides.
FurnitureIf hammered metal as part of the built-in structure of your home is too daunting, consider a piece of hammered furniture. This desk is hammered for an all-over texture with an additional geometric pattern on the leg fronts and sides.
“Cabinets would go around window” — dronca
Beinfield Architecture PC
1 Review
House in Darien
Ideabooks3,407
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We are designing an addition to a home in New Castle, NH. Your work is beautiful! The contractor and myself have not seen these windows manufactured. Can you share how you created these?
Do you happen to know the paint brand and color that was used on the home? Is it a bright white or slight cream? Was the stucco on the chimney antiqued in any way? Thank you for sharing such a beautiful home.....
2 story addition...Florida room on bottom. Courtyard
“Roof walls lots of windows” — jincym
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
1 Review
Minnesota Private Residence
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Perched on wooded hilltop, this historical estate home was thoughtfully restored and expanded, addressing the modern needs of a large family and incorporating the unique style of its owners. The design is teeming with custom details including a porte cochère and fox head rain spouts, providing references
We are building a home with a similar balcony over a screened porch, but are not sure about how to best waterproof the ceiling. Most materials seem to have issues with leaks, one supplier suggested a concrete
Thank you for your question. Our records are stored off-site for this project so we cannot reference them to answer you question. The general contractor was Erotas Building Coporation located in Excelsior Minnesota
“Porch” — cmness
On Site Management, Inc.
Great Point Lodge
Ideabooks4,409
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Great idea to close in a screen porch and add screen porch to enclosed area. Makes more home room especially for a lake home or farm home
Missoula contractors?
Covered patio with deck addition
Back porch addition.
“Nice screen porch!” — kgmiller63
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
The Alumont
Ideabooks3,432
Questions3
Home design by Eric Schnell, Photography by Bob Greenspan
Just wondering about water instrusion - this is not a configuration I see encouraged or outlined, am worried my contractor will know how to do this!!! Thanks, great project!
is known as a color that brings life, power, passion and strength to its surroundings. Bring its vitality to your home by painting your front door a statement-making red.
One of the most moving colors, red is known as a color that brings life, power, passion and strength to its surroundings. Bring its vitality to your home by painting your front door a statement-making red.
The orange color fits with a palette that includes red mullions and a smaller yellow-green volume.More:9 Top Siding MaterialsMetal Works Wonders With Home Exteriors
“Other house color combos” — eveningrose
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Mountain Retreat - exterior
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Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project Architect: John Kim Project Team: Jacob Moore Manufacturer: Apex Homes, INC. Engineer: Robert Silman Associates, P.C., Greg Sloditski Contractor: JH Construction, INC. Photographer: © Floto & Warner
for outdoor seating and the entry pathway, the rock cover further emphasizes the relation and integration of the house into the natural backdrop. The home’s butterfly roof channels rainwater to two custom metal scuppers, from which it cascades off onto thoughtfully placed boulders. The butterfly roof gives
climbing, camped out on the hilltop during the siting of the house to determine the best spot, angle and orientation for his new escape. The resulting home is a retreat carefully crafted into its unique surroundings. The Mountain Retreat provides a unique and efficient 1,800 sf indoor and outdoor living
“stilt addition” — timbrewolff
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