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RDM General Contractors
2 Reviews
Traditional Homes
Ideabooks12,390
Questions5
Traditional Homes
dream home...master deck...My next home?...Backside of home...Beautiful home...Room under deck
“Beautiful” — smg419
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Miller's Meadow Farm Entry
Ideabooks10,056
Questions8
most likely be different than what the paint will look like in real life. We always suggest getting samples or chips and trying them in/on your own home before choosing a paint color.
kitchen to dining room to exterior - 2 sided stairs with large landing at 3rd stair that goes to the deck with 2 sliding doors - then stairs continue to dining room
I realize this isn't a deck, but again I really like the white contrast with wood floor boards!
their hair or around a tree to welcome their men home from war.Make your home welcoming with a yellow front door. There's no way your visitors will accidentally drive past your house!
A bright entry door color can be a signal that a traditional home has a bit more personality than you might suspect
“Love Colour of door” — tanchick
Shannon Malone
Exterior
Ideabooks3,754
Questions5
would love to see a picture of your outdoor shower - your home is amazing!!
So warm and welcoming. It looks like home.
Hilltop home in Santa Cruz, Ca.exterior front
The quintessential country home in California no less
While designing the home, architect Matthew Thompson gave Enid A Pattern Language by Christopher Alexander. "I was instantly amazed. It described all the things I had always thought about houses but had never articulated — what works and what doesn't. Why some rooms feel good and others push you away
away," she says. "Our home is the house the Pattern Language built."
“Could grow foliage for privacy screen” — cfcarvajal
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Tree House-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks7,431
Questions3
: 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 front yard; decks and stairs to pool and
Like this as a country design home
A private get a way in another area away from home. Maybe in wine country.
paver path leads out to the pool area that opens to the marsh.The home is elevated because of storm surges, and this facade is a nod to the gabled roofline and overhang, commonly seen in Lowcountry architecture. More:5 Fantastic Homes With a Tree House FeelOutdoor Design: Save That Tree!
entire house opens up into the glass-filled living room. Likewise, the tabby paving stone path leads out to the pool area that opens to the marsh.The home is elevated because of storm surges, and this facade is a nod to the gabled roofline and overhang, commonly seen in this region’s architecture.
“Shapes, shades, shade trees, patterns on the ground” — Dennis Dwornick
Trestlewood
5 Reviews
Texas vacation cabin
Ideabooks1,722
Questions2
it just feels like my home
Love rock stairs up to deck
barn home 3 corner chimney
dream retirement home
love this vacay home
Beautiful log home and setting.
Deck stairs...Mountain home look...Mountain Home
“integrated hot tub” — Julie Voges
Paul Davis Architects
2 Reviews
Newport Beach Residence
Ideabooks4,735
Questions4
back part of house open to deck /backyard.
Lose the wall. Opening up an entire side of your home with floor-to-ceiling glass doors is a high-impact change that could revolutionize your daily life.
Opening up an entire side of your home with floor-to-ceiling glass doors is a high-impact change that could revolutionize your daily life. This feature is especially suited to modern homes and midcentury ranches in not-too-cold climates, but it could work well for other home styles — consult a pro to find
style that works with your home.Find the Right Glass Door for Your Patio
8. Lose the wallOpening up an entire side of your home with floor-to-ceiling glass doors is a high-impact change that could revolutionise your daily life. This feature is especially suited to modern homes in not-too-cold climates
“Sliding doors” — almarhoobi
Randy Brown
Randy Brown Architects
Ideabooks2,201
Questions0
the burbs with the good schools or some other place. The point is, find a spot on the globe that you can claim as your own and build what will be a home. And maybe that land isn't a few acres that's never been trampled on. Maybe it's an existing house that's just old and tired and has suffered some
land is a bridge. Whether tenuous, ethereal, forceful or dynamic, a bridge can create a desirable transition space between outside and inside, between home and landscape. See how bridges can create these transitions and take on a character of their own.
the burbs with the good schools or some other place. The point is, find a spot on the globe that you can claim as your own and build what will be a home.And maybe that land isn't a few acres that's never been trampled on. Maybe it's an existing house that's just old and tired and has suffered some neglect
“Facade” — Reyes Architecture
Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks162
Questions0
Black Marlin Circle by Echelon Custom Homes
Back view of the house we are hoping to build, walk out deck from main floor and porch for "basement"
Echelon Custom Homes
“Green chairs” — ktheiss
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