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Flagg Coastal Homes
5 Reviews
America's Cup Exterior
Ideabooks2,146
Questions2
What kind of siding was used for this home?
like the color of these shingles with the contrasting while, steve wants a cedar home and he is paying for this so the home will be shingle or cedar sided.
Coastal home...Flagg Coastal Homes
“Exterior” — joewilkin684
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Lucy Johnson Interior Design
Mid-Century Remodel
Ideabooks8,226
Questions4
Clever use of space. G's home office solution?
Pull-out desk drawer. This subtle home office looks more like a built-in bureau than a desk area. But when it's time to pay the monthly bills, the false front drawer reveals an entire working surface. This application's beauty is twofold: When it's not in use, everything resting on top of the drawer
5. Pull-out desk drawerThis subtle home office looks more like a built-in bureau than a desk area. But when it’s time to pay the monthly bills, the false front drawer reveals an entire working
“colours” — Melissa Burchell
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Kitchenette
Ideabooks2,073
Questions4
Although the home is Arts and Crafts, the clients decided to go a bit contemporary with this basement kitchenette.
could provide you with more of the details. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
make sure you have an installer who is familiar with glass tile installations. It is much more difficult than stone or ceramics. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
“wine rack” — grenadine
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
craftsman teahouse
Ideabooks7,590
Questions9
What are the bottom of the pillars made of? Concrete, stone, wood? Love this idea for the rear of our home under the decking.
Thank you so much. Beautiful home.
thank you- I was asking for a specific reason. I have a home on Lake MI with odd-shaped windows and this looked like a good idea for the slope of
Single dormers. When Craftsman homes have dormers, they tend to be wider and stand out on their own, unlike the pairs of dormers that typically appear in Cape Cod–style cottages. Single dormers are often wide enough for two to three windows. Dormers, especially wide ones, can transform unused attics
“Barn dormer” — twlyons1209
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Cottage Exterior
Ideabooks14,492
Questions12
Can u share width and depth of the home?
Looks like 2. Or a 1.5- very typical for a cape type home. Usually there is a master bedroom suite on the second floor or conversely the master suite is downstairs and there are 2 smaller bedrooms and a bath
Love the style and garage under home
Quaint, feels like a true home
“colors” — thelubes
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks8,704
Questions5
I have an area in front of my home that I can get grass to grow and it is in my entry area. What would you recommend? Also it is very shaded
Wouldn't you like to walk home to this?
Richly textured planting designs help define the mood of the garden. Consider using plants that are either native or adapted to the region in which your home is located. This can help tie your garden to your region, giving it an all-important sense of place, and make it more sustainable at the same time.
At the end of the entry path, a breezeway connects the main house to the garage and serves as the main threshold into the home. The back side of the breezeway is all glass and enjoys views of the backyard.Two large pots of miscanthus flank the front door. "We play around with the plants in these containers
“black front door” — lemonss
Christopher Simmonds Architect
1 Review
New Edinburgh Project
Ideabooks853
Questions2
"This house is as much about natural light and artistic, functional light as it is about the home's design," Shean says. "Light moves through the structure and changes the space in response to the textures throughout the interior and exterior."
‘This house is as much about natural light and artistic, functional light as it is about the home’s design,’ Shean says. ‘Light moves through the structure and changes the space in response to the textures throughout the interior and exterior.’
"This house is as much about natural light and artistic, functional light as it is about the home's design," Shean says. "Light moves through the structure and changes the space in response to the textures throughout the interior and exterior."
“Table” — skirch
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Tree House-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks3,519
Questions6
Photo Credit: Holger Hobenaus Description: The owners of this home travel extensively and appreciate the great outdoors. Global travels shaped their desire for a home that embraces nature. The bridge connecting the sleeping and living structures allows cool ocean breezes to pass from the marsh to the
overall design of the home. Right now we have a home where we are utilizing louvered shutters throughout the exterior, and we are continuing that language to add privacy to the large glass wall the client has requested for their shower. That solution would not be appropriate for every home and you may need
This home is situated overlooking the marsh, there is no one traveling in this particular area of marsh by boat. Doubtful you'll need privacy from the birds!
“whoa! what a shower!” — joaniestandridge
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