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Isler Homes
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Greenbrier Exterior
Ideabooks41,217
Questions22
Would it be possible to design a home similar to this one but on a smaller scale? Would you be interested in doing a project like that? Do you have any plans for homes similar to this design but on a smaller scale that could be modified some?
Looking to build soon and found this lovely home and now we need to see floor plans and SqFt, etc. Please help. Thank you!!
Love this home. How was the walkway done? Are the pavers set in concrete? And is the veranda poured concrete?
you used for the cast stone door/window trim? I am building in Pittsburgh and can't find anyone that offers quality door/window trim as shown in this home. Thank you!
The design of this home is inspired by Palladian Architecture. We consider it French Manor. It is not possible to reduce the width of the home without significantly changing the elevation. The grand proportions of the home are based on the overall width and the portico width
“Field stone exterior” — lbaguiar19
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
Ideabooks13,153
Questions7
incredible drama of the tropics to these elegant homes. Get this look: Take a trip to your local nursery or home improvement store and buy some dramatic palms or ferns for a couple of rooms in your house. Do your research first, and find a houseplant that will fit your home and lifestyle best. You'd be surprised
incredible drama of the tropics to these elegant homes. Get this look: Take a trip to your local nursery or home improvement store and buy some dramatic palms or ferns for a couple of rooms in your house. Do your research first, and find a houseplant that will fit your home and lifestyle best. You'd be surprised
Plant up your greensFill your home with as many houseplants as you can. Go for plants with decorative and sculptural leaves — the bigger and wackier the better! Colourful planters make a great home for oversized greenery, too, and boost the tropical feel. (Live parrot
“Family room sunroom” — lordtuckington
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Wicker Park Residence
Ideabooks1,486
Questions1
2. Green Door With a Brick Exterior This handsome, elegant home is resplendent with its ultramarine-green front door and soft sage-green trim. Green doors really stand out against red brick because the two colors are opposite each other (or complementary) on the color wheel.
This handsome, elegant home is resplendent with its ultramarine-green front door and soft sage-green trim. Green doors really stand out against red brick because the two colors
Living in an old neighborhood of brick and stucco homes this is an unusual and dynamic combo with the brick
cute brick home just needs more/bigger windows
2. Green Door With a Brick ExteriorThis handsome, elegant home is resplendent with its ultramarine-green front door and soft sage-green trim. Green doors really stand out against red brick because the two colors are opposite each other (or complementary) on the color wheel. If the door were in a warm
“2. Green Door With a Brick Exterior This handsome, elegant home is resplendent with its ultramarine” — stoecj01
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Presidio Heights Residence
Ideabooks21,454
Questions15
What is the architectural style of this home?
Gorgeous home! Do you by any chance recall the make of the pendant light hanging in the entry?
Cream home with white trim and black and grey accents
traditional-style home. The siding, trim and garage door are painted in soft, light, warmish hues that contrast nicely with the bold splash of black on the front door. The stunning architecture is allowed to take center stage. (You don't need vibrant colors to get attention here.) This is an elegant palette for
“Succo” — heathersylvester
Su Casa Designs
Home Office
Ideabooks4,869
Questions9
paint the walls orange and I find that the color you have used is subtle enough for a traditional home. Any brighter/darker and the kitchen will end up looking out of place and all wrong for this particular home. I think the color you chose is perfect!
eclectic look and the amount of items that are in this space make it look like a home.
Coziness of sofa and home office
home office with slight equine flair
Office upholstery shouldn't be limited to black leather. In this elegant home office by Su Casa Designs, a couch is covered in a chic dusty blue ikat.
“like the furniture arrangement for the office/study” — Cheri Dawn
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
11 Reviews
Kurth Residence
Ideabooks2,193
Questions2
basic crescent shape to concrete walls and a curved ceiling, combine to create a remarkably elegant home. And the large lift-slide doors, sometimes used as windows, keep the geometry clean and the overall home transparent.Sometimes simple really is better.
Home gym...The home gym...home gym big window
“Gym” — Aly Devji
Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
Presidio Heights traditional
Ideabooks8,356
Questions8
Home No. 1: Tailored details and patina in Presidio Heights The owners of this elegant home in San Francisco's Presidio Heights neighborhood wanted a look that was traditional but still livable. Dittmar incorporated soft colors, textiles, and beautiful patina with more structured and classic elements
1900s the electric pharmacy lamp had left the factory and become commonplace in the homes of those who could afford them.
4. Avoid bringing work homeDouble-duty spaces may be necessary if you’re living in a tiny home, but it’s difficult from a psychological perspective to break away from work and drift
This modern secretary in a calming blue home office is perfect for some quick paperwork and then a relaxed moment to compose a handwritten note.
“Blue shade” — srabi11
Margot Hartford Photography
3 Reviews
Woodside residence
Ideabooks460
Questions2
The side of the house opens up onto a low-main­te­nance gravel deck out­fit­ted with a ta­ble and chairs. The home­own­er’s fa­vorite color is Mediter­ranean blue, as seen in the fan­ci­ful tree swing.
Cool blue escape in California. Beverly Harper transformed a “Sheetrock palace” in Woodside, California, into a comfortable and elegant home for herself; her daughter, Lulu; and their dog, Mojo. The new side yard features low-maintenance and low-water plants and permeable gravel for the
the dry California climate. A turquoise hanging chair from Anthropologie gives everyone a fun seat to hang out in. See the rest of this home
“The cement around the tree.” — 00karyn
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