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Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
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Traveling down the Eastern Seaboard a few hundred miles is where we come across the second home that's been created as a small community. But in this case, a rural Virginia home, the design was inspired by local farming estates.
In a farming/forestry community-definitely
“Color” — kellymcf
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Stacey-Turley Residence
Ideabooks747
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the kitchen. And I think the idea of having a usable front porch further roots the house in its place; in this case in the neighborhood and with community members that the family will know and even have over for dinner over time. Note the yellow line atop the kitchen cabinets. What may look like a diagonal
the kitchen. And I think the idea of having a usable front porch further roots the house in its place; in this case in the neighborhood and with community members that the family will know and even have over for dinner over time.Note the yellow line atop the kitchen cabinets. What may look like a diagonal
“kitchen by front door” — awesomeauburn
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Rockstar vibe meets New England dream home
Ideabooks1,692
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understated. "My neighbors are friendly, private people; there are lots of farmer's markets, lots of artists in the town; [it's] a great musical community," he says.
understated. "My neighbors are friendly, private people; there are lots of farmer's markets, lots of artists in the town; [it's] a great musical community," he says.
“nice” — acminc
Sol Haus Design
Vina's Tiny House
Ideabooks1,378
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all the cabinetry, siding, floors and millwork. The built-ins are all made of FSC-certified wood. The owner also wanted the project to involve the community. She enlisted local artists to design things like a custom frosted glass window, draperies and pillows. She got the oak hardwood flooring for free
role in building the house. “I would never have taken it on if he wasn’t able to help,” Lustado says. But she also wanted the project to involve the community. She enlisted local artists to design things like a custom frosted glass window, draperies and pillows.She got the oak hardwood flooring for free
“Doors” — Angela Kennedy Alcorn
Hamilton-Gray Design, Inc.
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Classic White Landmark Home
Ideabooks65,066
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13. Kitchen mail station. About 19,000 community members long for this kitchen command station, complete with bookshelves, mail slots and a desk. It's a great way to avoid that midweek paper pileup
13. Kitchen mail station. About 19,000 community members long for this kitchen command station, complete with bookshelves, mail slots and a desk. It's a great way to avoid that midweek paper pileup, and it conveniently lets someone supervise homework time while cooking dinner.
“Desk j” — Corrine Bennett
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
4 Reviews
Butterfly Milkweed
Ideabooks167
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provinces and northwestern states and provinces Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3a to 10b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Oak savannas, prairies and woodland edgesf
provinces and northwestern states and provinces Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3a to 10b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Oak savannas, prairies and woodland edges
except for the Canadian Atlantic provinces and northwestern states and provinces Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit Typical plant communities: Oak savannas, prairies and woodland edges
provinces and northwestern states and provincesWhere it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3a to 10b; find your zone)Typical plant communities: Oak savannas, prairies and woodland edges
“Butterfly milkweed” — tdanola
Ginny Stibolt
Great Design Plant: Native Passionvine or Maypop
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Pennsylvania and nearly all of Florida Where it will grow: Hardy to -15 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 7a to 10b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Open hammocks, fencerows, roadsides and disturbed sites Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil; sand to loam Light requirement: Full
southern Pennsylvania and nearly all of FloridaWhere it will grow: Hardy to -15 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 7a to 10b; find your zone)Typical plant communities: Open hammocks, fencerows, roadsides and disturbed sitesWater requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil; sand to loamLight requirement: Full
“Passion flower” — smireles58
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
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My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
walls expand the space, while wooden ceilings and beams help give the cottage a warm, cozy feel.See the tour: Saltbox Charm in a Heritage Fishing Community
“Wood work and counter” — sjt1958
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