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Simpson Design Group Architects
Roble Ridge I
residence featuring bay windows and gabled roofs. The copper roofing detail, stone exterior and use of horizontal lines bring a grounded feeling to this home giving the residence a familiar yet contemporary appeal. Photographer Bernard André
to center. Before you start ripping into your home I would suggest checking with your local building inspector to see what guidelines they have on open structures and them enlist the services of a licensed architect. Torry Manzo Renaissance Kitchen and Home
Wow this is a beautiful Pergola.There are several ways to attach a structure to a existing house. The most common is to attach it to the existing home's rim joist, by bolting it every 16" using galvanized or stainless screws. As far as the rafters go, it will depend on the size and length of the structure
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
Diamond Custom Homes, Inc.
The Capistrano - Quail West
Diamond Custom Homes Capistrano in Quail West, Naples, FL
this idea...double sinks...same faucet...higher...one mirror is better than 2, lighting.
If tile behind the mirrors is cost prohibitive, we like oversize mirrors like this. The mirrors in our current home take up the whole wall, right to the ceiling.
Kelley & Company Home
Small beach patio and side yard
all photos Kelley and Company Home
Create a fountain. This designer created a fountain using three hand-thrown Greek urns against a stone wall and three spigots. See the rest of this home
Kelley & Company Home
Three is better than one.
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
Adding a third story with dormers makes it looks less high and awkward. Might work better in our situation.
Dream home...Style of the home...Beautiful home!...Charming home
Contemporary kosher kitchen in sapele mahogany in a mid century home in Philadelphia's Main Line.
but I live nearby, have a midcentury home and need to redo my kosher kitchen. Wondering if there's any chance of my being able to actually visit this kitchen. It would be extremely helpful to
They might be veneer, but I am sure Peter would now better. Either way it is gorgeous.
a square foot. Can now be purchased online for just $14.95 a square foot and Free shipping. A tax free purchase like that can add value to anyones home: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/metal.html
deign of the hood, & counter tops :)” “online for just $14.95 a square foot and Free shipping. A tax free purchase like that can add value to anyones home: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/metal.html” “Stove backsplash.” — ssams427
Historic home renovation
nice porch, better screened
country home...historic home...small home
Tanner Vine - 2Go Custom Kitchens Inc
On a wall of bookcases, there's nothing better than a great ladder. Not only is it practical, helping you reach those higher shelves, but especially against a light, bright set of shelves, the ladder
And here's a more subtle version of a ladder for tall bookshelves that I imagine more of us can see in our own homes. Such well styled white bookshelves with contrasting dark wood sliding ladder is a high-class traditional look.
Jeff King & Company
minimize damage is by choosing a type of vine that is less likely to damage your home. Avoid English ivy, which has very tough clinging roots and is known to be invasive. Boston ivy or Virginia creeper would be a better choice for a classic vine-covered look, or try a climbing variety of clematis if
nice room for a mini home gym
Homes with shingles or vinyl siding should have trellises, as vines grown directly on these surfaces can loosen and break shingles and pull off siding. Vines
or support. The best way to avoid damage to your house is by training vines to grow on a trellis placed at least 6 inches away from the side of your home — most are placed too close, which allows the vines to adhere to the exterior wall and the trellis. Any type of vine that can climb on an exterior wall