20,316 design build portfolio of work Home Design Photos

Bruce Johnson & Associates Interior Design
2 Reviews
NO NO design mistake (unless this is what the client want), a bad idea. Regency generates a lot of heat. This is the HZ40 (40" w) $4000 ish.
The lamp is a Barbara Barry design through
we are building a new house & would love to do this in our master. Already have the components, but can't determine how this wall is affixed to floor & ceiling.
The draperies were custom made through Johnson & Associates Interor Design
While our designs typically have the TV recessed However this TV and fireplace installation was completed in 2011. There has been no damage to the TV to date
door/rod design (as project/contract administrator, this was used in a high profile condo unit we constructed behind Tysons Corner II, VA). I am on the top lvl of my bldg so, even more structure concerns if anchoring to ceiling.
“fire” — lynnshouse
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Pontatoc Residence Remodel
wooden work.. I would like to know more about this and it will be great if you have a rug there ... Hope you can get better ideas here http://www.curtainsandcurtains.com/rugs-uk/
Rosano Design Architects; builder: Repp McLain Design + Construction Size: 3,000 square feet
the design is very bold. i love the space
Rosano Design Architects; builder: Repp McLain Design + ConstructionSize: 3,000 square feetIt was a standard-issue, 1970s townhome with vaguely Southwestern architecture — slump-block walls that were meant to evoke adobe; ramada-like patio covers — and dark, compartmentalized interiors. Owners Margarita
association design guidelines, and that would offer a roomy backdrop for their modern art and rustic, large-scale furniture, created by California designer Ron Mann.An intangible bonus of the remodeling? “You can now see the mountains from the interior,” says Rosano.
“Furniture” — rickberes
Coates Design Architects Seattle
20 Reviews
Green Lake
was a design build firepit from an idea from Julie Miles. We cast in place 1 foot thick wall with an open bottom. The firepit was plumbed for gas with a shutoff cast-in-place away from the house. The pit is filled with crushed rock and a fire-ring added covered with special fire glass.
hardscaping designs and worked with Wade at Rock Solid Landscapes for the construction and maintenance. I'm sure they would be happy to help answer any questions, and I highly recommend both!
simple design and any contractor should be able to put it together for you if you show them this picture
could build it if you showed them the photo
Designer says, "We installed 24" x 24" Vancouver Bay gray architectural slabs purchased from Mutual Materials
“fire pit” — jpmama3
Farinelli Construction Inc
6 Reviews
Farinelli Construction Inc
Did you build this wall piece all from scratch or did you buy sections to put together?
Great work here. Love the clean lines. Could you provide source info on the rug? Thx
custom designed piece, built in-house by Farinelli Construction, for this home. Thanks!
Hello, all furnishings and accessories were procured by Farinelli Design Studio
Farinelli Design Studio. The leather chair was made by Bradington Young Furniture company.
All the fabrics and furnishing are custom from Farinelli Design Studio. The ottoman is actually from Broyhill and we reupholstered it in a Stout fabric. The pillow fabric is from Highland Court.
in-house design team, Farinelli Design Studio.
local designer! Those pillows were custom made with fabric from Duralee (Diogi, Baltic). The porcelain garden stool was purchased on Overstock.com, they have similar options if you can't find this exact piece. Hope this helps! Thanks!
“Ottoman” — windrn
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company Ltd.
8 Reviews
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company
Like this pergola design. color may be wrong for us, but the design is beautiful.
really love the beautiful timber used to build this magnificent pagola and planter box
Pergola design...cross beam design...Grid design....Design of the slats...love your work!
“Pergola” — Katina Landers
CG&S Design-Build
9 Reviews
A House With Zip!
interior. Design: Mark Lind Project Management: Jon Strain Photography: Paul Finkel, 2012
interior designer they must have undoubtedly at some point had something similar done in one of the homes they have worked on.
custom designed and built; we don't break out costs, but if we did, it would be difficult to extend to today's dollar terms without re-estimating the element.
and the design was quite intricate. So while the materials are straightforward, the execution requires high skill.
custom designed and built. No two alike!
Floating Wood Blocks Open Bars Colour Tone Design
“stairs” — Mauro Colamarino
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
10 Reviews
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Home & Design Magazine, this Chevy Chase home was inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen and built/designed by Anthony Wilder's team of architects and designers.
Home & Design Magazine, this Chevy Chase home was inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen and built/designed by Anthony Wilder's team of architects and designers.
pool near building & bamboo screen
would work for a small area
“Pool patio” — jsarlan
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Baulinder Haus
Haus was designed to meet and exceed requirements put forward by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for their Indoor airPLUS qualified homes, and is working toward Energy Star qualification. Machiche and steel screening elements provide depth and texture to front facade.
area home designed by Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer. Baulinder Haus draws inspiration from the details of the neighboring home. Vertically oriented wood siding, simple forms, and overhanging masses—these were part of Breuer’s modernist palette. The house’s form consists of a series of stacked boxes, with
This was designed as an extension of the interior living space, blurring the boundaries between indoors and outdoors. Floor-to-ceiling south facing windows in the courtyard are shaded by the overhanging second floor above to prohibit solar heat gain, but allow for passive solar heating in the winter. Other
“Facade” — bluegecko1994
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