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Traditional Living Room
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Questions6
Ha, well not sure it deserves a bow...but we do try to bring different elements into a room, we used several different fireplace screens in this home.
Not surprisingly, a Kentia palm looks right at home in a classic home in Portland, Oregon, built at the end of the Victorian era; palms became popular in that period and were a key element of Victorian parlor
grow and instantly uplifts a space. Remove formaldehyde, benzene and carbon monoxide (most commonly found in cigarettes). But who still smokes in the home?
Not surprisingly, a Kentia palm looks right at home in a classic home in Portland, Oregon, built at the end of the Victorian era; palms became popular in that period and were a key element of Victorian parlor style.
“love the fireplace screen” — dschmaines
Notting Hill Gardens | Design Build Construction
Traditional Small Scale Patio
Ideabooks17,496
Questions8
I wasn't trying to disrespect traditional patio furniture in the introduction — I think this set of wrought iron furniture is perfect for this classic home and patio.
that you won't be able to have everything you want in a defined amount of space. Before jumping in headfirst and going crazy at the garden section of Home Depot, spend some time wandering around your garden at different times of day to help you figure out what will enhance the space even more. What are
“Long narrow backyard” — drummelsmith
Larry Hanna
Road to Emerald 2013
Ideabooks1,748
Questions5
Pantone Emerald green, color of the year. I believe home depot, or lowes
Spore Mirror by Arteriors Home available at http://www.belladimoraonline.com/Arteriors-Home-Spore-Mirror-p/dd9006.htm
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“Everything” — ashorner03
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks242
Questions0
Traditional with a twist. A classic home like this could be paired with a letterbox that echoes its historic roots, but this one breaks the rules with a more modern addition. Its inhabitants are clearly willing to think outside the box.
“white fence” — joanie1002
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Remodeled front entry
Ideabooks4,854
Questions8
If you don’t have such a classically proportioned home, adding a portico and perhaps modifying some adjacent windows, as in this example, can give a sense of depth to an otherwise flat facade
Love The Verticle Window, Changes A Boring Home Front.
If you don’t have such a classically proportioned home, adding a portico and perhaps modifying some adjacent windows, as in this example, can give a sense of depth to an otherwise flat facade
in for a treat when they step inside this home.
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3. Power wash paths and siding. Giving your home's exterior and paved areas a power wash can
“Front door” — Saghar Sefidbakht
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Ideabooks1,399
Questions2
Which model is this home? Where could I find a floor plan for this home?
amount of natural light during the day — floor-to-ceiling windows like these are one of the most loved features of classic Eichler homes.
Eichler feel home, floor to ceiling windows
family room gets an amazing amount of natural light during the day — floor-to-ceiling windows like these are one of the most loved features of classic Eichler homes.
“Floor to ceiling windows” — Melinda Reeves
Gelotte Hommas Architecture
13 Reviews
Glass
Ideabooks3,881
Questions7
cottage look home, rustic, love the windows
Shingle Style Home Exterior
Cape Cod Style Home Exterior
wood shingles that took on a lovely gray patina as they aged. Now, whether with wood or a fiber-cement material, the color gray suits this classic American home style.
Window trim classic...cottage style home...shingle home
“Roof” — shannonmarco
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
Ideabooks10,538
Questions6
What is this place at The Woodlands? Is it a home? A rental? I live near there...
webpage or in our show room! Check it outhttp://clayimports.com/products-page/saltillo-shape-tiles/ Also Check out our Houzz page for other Ideas in your home!
dominated the classic Mediterranean home, appreciated for their low maintenance, durability and cool temperature. Terra cotta was most commonly used, although limestone and marble were used occasionally in more high-end homes. Hand-painted tiles added color as field or border tiles in these classic interiors
“terracotta tile” — Megan Helgren
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