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Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Gerardi Home
I would like to see how everything is laid out. We are building a house soon and trying to draw up a functional family home:)
plan to the home. From having seen the home, I can tell you that the laundry room, homework room and family room are all one after the other on the left side of the home (beginning with the laundry room). The kitchen, living room and dining room area make up the very center of the home. On the right
right hand side of the home you have the piano room, and three bedrooms (including the master bed and bath and a hallway bathroom). The upstairs is entirely the boys dormitory with bathroom. I know that doesn't have dimensions and it's not visual. But, I hope that helps!
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
Zak Johnson Architects
1 Review
Artist Studio
the different efficiency factors, working with a window professional can make sense. A pro can assess what works best for your region and even your home’s position. It might save you money to have higher-efficiency windows on a west-facing side of your house, where the sun is more intense, and less efficient
damaging upholstery. Efficient windows other side effect: soundproofing. The thicker the glass, the more sound they’ll block. This is especially good in homes near a freeway or an airport.
U-factor, the more insulated it is. The solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) measures how much solar radiation passes through the window. mediterranean home office by Zak Johnson Architects Zak Johnson Architects Save to Ideabook Email Photo The U-factor needs to be really high in northern regions, because
“windows” — mbaconsmith
Keuka Studios, Inc
4 Reviews
Wood and Glass House
Cable railing looks perfect for this home looks invisible and doesn't obstruct any views !
There are many types of designers working in the home building industry. Some are licensed professionals; others are builders who have expanded their services into design as well as construction of custom homes and home renovations. Design-builders and unlicensed designers make up a large contingent
There are many types of designers working in the home building industry. Some are licensed professionals; others are builders who have expanded their services into design as well as construction of custom-designed homes and renovations. Design-builders and unlicensed designers make
contingent of the individuals working in the procurement of custom homes and renovations. They tend to be cost effective and can be the right fit for your project, so long as you find a reputable person to work with. Architects are generally more expensive to hire but bring to a project a broader set of
“,mlmko” — kasseen
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
The Cliffs at Mountain Park: Private Residence
of this refined mountain home is rooted in its natural surroundings. Boasting a color palette of subtle earthy grays and browns, the home is filled with natural textures balanced with sophisticated finishes and fixtures. The open floorplan ensures visibility throughout the home, preserving the fantastic
lines with comfortable, textured fabrics. Contemporary accents are paired with vintage and rustic accessories. To achieve the LEED for Homes Silver rating, the home includes such green features as solar thermal water heating, solar shading, low-e clad windows, Energy Star appliances, and native plant
Design | Postcard from Paris Home
We are renovating our home and I would like a similarly sized and spaced dinning room as we like to have large gatherings of friends and family. What are the dimensions for this
“dining pass through fireplace, pillar candle lighting” — stuckmom
JLF & Associates, Inc.
Snake River Residence
Love the idea of a barn being next to a 'studio', with the home in the rear.
contemporary mountain home
updated mountain home
Dream home...barn home...log home/barn...Log home
“Incredible” — Katie Beiersdorf
Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
15 Reviews
garage doors added warmth and style. Final touches of natural stone, a paver stoop and walkway, along professionally designed landscaping. This home went from ordinary to extraordinary!
Are there before pictures available for this house? This is the most attractive bilevel I have seen. Plus it's bones resemble my current outdated home and I feel encouraged!
Can someone please tell me what color the posts in the front of the home are stained???
Anywhere between $75,000-$100,000 based on your final selections, landscaping and size of home. It is hard to give a ballpark number for this type of thing. Thanks and good luck.
Thank you for the compliment! It is a great design! Yes, there are before pictures of this home on our website; www.knightremodeling.com. Look under the galleries; exteriors. Thanks and good luck!
“Pavers” — djpebble
Robert Granoff
7 Reviews
Home Office
Idea for Jose's home office
Home office...home office#2...Nice home office
“class” — Nemanja Dakić
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Pond House
2 homes in a cluster of small connected dwellings to resemble a village!!!!!!!
The first home is in coastal Maine and resembles, on approach, a small Maine fishing village. From the waterside the home resembles a fishing village so much that it wouldn't be a surprise to see locals pull up in a boat to wander around, procuring a fresh lobster in the process.
“House on poles. Steep site.” — Rokela Development, Inc.
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