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Kat Alves Photography
3 Reviews
Soda Spring Residence
Ideabooks1,668
Questions3
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performance. This isn’t really about window style, but the better quality windows you buy the more comfortable your home will be. That’s my two cents! Best wishes with your remodel.
House was designed and built by atmosphere design + build ...
windows in a way that allows for passive heating and cooling. In this project the original building wasn’t situated in an ideal way for a passive solar design, but we did add more windows to the south side to get some passive solar gains. Placing windows in a way that allows for cross ventilation should be
love the size of this home
“outside floor plan” — tdjones08
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
9 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks13,390
Questions23
Charlie, did you do a standard double eased edge for the counter stone? I am trying to figure out what to do for my new home, something that will be good and safe (meaning not too sharp) but still look modern. Thank you for your help!
Charlie, Your designs are amazing! Sorry to ask again but what stain color on the Monocoat did you use? Clear? 5% white? Thanks so much.
Charlie - would you be able to share the backsplash information? This kitchen is my remodel inspiration. So beautiful!
Thank you for the kind words. All of my cabinets designs are custom made.
high grade rift sawn white oak or a bamboo product. Both look very similar from this distance/picture. Both are common in modern homes.
These, as well as all of our designs, are custom made. The finish is a high gloss paint
“Terrible backsplash, but other then that it's great.” — bldoolit
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Wagner Residence
Ideabooks5,487
Questions3
Wagner Residence North Ferrisburgh, Vermont Keith Wagner drew from his love of flat land and open sky when it came to selecting a site and designing his own home. The resulting assembly of wood and metal outbuildings forms a minimalist compound containing a main house, guest house, painting studio and
large spherical sculptures dot the landscape and evoke the rolled hay bales seen across the New England landscape. Architectural Design: Keith Wagner with Birdseye Design Image Credit: Westphalen Photography
Like the style and open layout design.
Groupings of structures create varied experiences within and outside a home, foster connections between building and site, and reduce the overall scale and mass of a larger footprint. They can also be positioned to avoid site
“Sculpture” — summernocon
Eggleston Farkas Architects
5 Reviews
Meadow Creek House
Ideabooks2,474
Questions2
overhang the same depth (i.e. does it cover the whole depth of the balcony)? Which direction does the balcony face? I am in the midst of having a balcony designed for my house and wondered how many feet of overhang and balcony I should have, esp since it will face almost due South. Thank you.
reply! Beautiful design and craftsmanship. I am working on a house remodel in White Rock BC - with many similar design elements as your project - the project does not have a designer - so I am very grateful for Houzz and your contributions to the site to help the home owner with design decisions.
“Walkout balcony and huge windows. Real wood.” — meash7
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
Ideabooks14,015
Questions15
Originally designed by J. Merrill Brown in 1887, this Queen Anne style home sits proudly in Cambridge's Avon Hill Historic District. Past was blended with present in the restoration of this property to its original 19th century elegance. The design satisfied historical requirements with its attention
We are designing a steam shower into our master bath remodel. I would like to know how easy it is to reach and operate the transom in the shower door as I am considering adding one to use for venting when
Hello! I love this wallpaper. It looks like a William Morris-type design, but I can't seem to find the name. Could you tell me the manufacturer, name, and colorway of this pretty wallpaper
Thanks for your question. This is actually a refurnished stain glass window that was part of the home before renovation.
“Windows above bathtub” — romanarosa
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
Shingle Dream Home
Ideabooks1,993
Questions2
We love the design of this house but we want one level. Can you help?
I did the interior design and specification for the finish out and worked with the architect on the layout. You would need to contact Alan Mascord, the architect about revising the plan for a single level.
I sourced the design but don't know where the builder purchased it.
Love the look of this home
I like this shingle Hampton dream home
“like undulating roofs the far left side has too much roof. Like the trellis' -- any place for one” — tg161
TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Pool House & Home Remodel
Ideabooks11,046
Questions5
exploring the option of a similar design. I would like to know the dimensions to get an idea if this would work with the space we have. Cheers.
This was a custom designed cabinet and built by a local cabinet maker.
The cabinet was custom designed and built by a local cabinet shop. Either an architect or cabinet shop can help you with the design of a cabinet for your use.
worktop with sink and design of cupboards
“Riiulid” — georgriinu
Original Style Design Studio
3 Reviews
La Jolla Residence: Kitchen Banquette
Ideabooks290
Questions1
Design, Interior Design and Kitchen and Bath remodel of home in La Jolla, CA. La Jolla is an upscale coastal region of San Diego known for its undulating hillsides, cool Mediterranean climate, and mixed architectural styles ranging from multi-million dollar ultra-modern homes to original turn of the
the century bungalows. This picturesque Victorian home has elements of Tudor style architecture and from the moment you walk through the gate, the residence is overflowing with charm. A cobblestone path leads you to a two story central turret complete with its original arched Douglas Fir door, lion
lion knocker and a quaint pointed slate roof. The turret, sitting at the intersection of the L-shaped footprint of the home, adds a unique curvilinear feature to the exterior and interior architecture. From the other side of the property, just blocks from the ocean, cool Pacific Ocean breezes flow through
“built in seating” — Samantha Purdy
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