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CCI Renovations
8 Reviews
Canterbury
Ideabooks656
Questions3
angle. The name of the home was coined "L'Orange" from the homeowners love of the colour orange and the ingenious ways it has been integrated into the design.
Sports room
“Sleek minimalism” — Rebecca Hayes Interiors
Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
Fredericksburg Custom Homes Ltd. is a design-build company serving Virginia since 1994. FCH specializes in luxury custom homes built on owner’s lots and high end remodeling.
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Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Persimmon
Ideabooks4,016
Questions5
Like these wide lockers for booksacks/jackets/sports equipment, would like drawers on bottom for shoes and a shelf with electrical outlets to charge things.
“Like the back door with sidelights..” — ssca44
Solaris Inc.
1 Review
Solaris Inc.
Ideabooks846
Questions1
Cool design for a sports car enthusiast. Recaro chairs are a nice touch.
“cars” — jmrill
Gramophone
11 Reviews
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Ideabooks2,855
Questions6
The interior design of this space was handled by Marishka Bachman from the firm Jenkins Baer. I contacted her and discovered that this is a faux finish by Valley Craftsman
Class/Sport Style
“Theo's man cave” — sandylessard
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Designer Goes Retro
Ideabooks1,061
Questions4
Naturally, many of the dude-centric spaces sported dark wood paneling. No longer does paneling mean "stuffy." Here's a great example of keeping the classic, traditional style alive in a contemporary
Designer Goes Retro
“Barn board” — Bradley McCaugherty
Michael Laurenzano Photography
4 Reviews
Luxury Real Estate photography
Ideabooks603
Questions5
Shelving above the screen for sports memorabilia. Would have to use low front row seating. Adjust storage height below screen as well.
Simple design shelving
“Curtain Wall” — phavion
Paul Maue Associates Landscape Architects
10 Reviews
French Eclectic Garden
Ideabooks248
Questions0
Set below the lap pool, a tennis court is situated at the lowest point of the land. Retaining walls were designed to allow for tennis equipment storage, this stairway to the court and for the foundation for a hobby greenhouse. This court is completely hidden from the main rear yard and gardens. Photo:
“Sport court wall with ivy/plants” — Architectural Dimensions, PA
Marcia Weber Gardens to Love
1 Review
Pools and Water Features
Ideabooks479
Questions0
love the grass and pool...note a sport court
Pool design
“Pool” — russby68
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