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Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Brentwood - Sullivan Canyon
the garage of a ranch-style California home into a swinging midcentury living room. It's still recognizable as the same structure because the architect maintained that open, gorgeous ceiling.
5. Los Angeles canyon setting. A narrow canyon road leads to this home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los
so beautiful that they didn't care, and they made the most of the home's square footage. Tip: Expand into the garage. Many ranches from this era have roomy garages just begging to be finished as family rooms, an extra bedroom or a home office. What's more, replacing an old garage door with a glass garage
5. This former garage became an office and a TV room for a 1970s-built home in Brentwood, California. Graphic midcentury modern furnishings help make it a favorite. See more: Houzz Tour: A Ranch House Is Reborn in a Los Angeles
“lighting” — lcassiere
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Great Neighborhood Homes
Modern Bungalow
Long Hallway Barn Door open to home office Next to another opening which would be our guest bathroom.
Farmhouse door separating home office
Great Neighborhood Homes
home office
“Loving the barn door rolling from the top idea.” — kiwigal57
Window Visions
7 Reviews
Custom Homes
Does anyone have the layout for this home
getting ideas to do my home
Mediterranean style home
front of home...Shape of the home...Custom Homes
“F” — tua10624
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Citrus Bloom
Located within a gated golf course community on the shoreline of Buzzards Bay this residence is a graceful and refined Gambrel style home. The traditional lines blend quietly into the surroundings. Photo Credit: Eric Roth
I love this house. Would something similar to this home fit on our lake lot which is 100 ft wide? Would you be willing to work with us in Illinois to design a home similar to this?
Would you be willing to share the floor plan of this gorgeous home? Thank you.
“Garage doors” — kazi
Gelotte Hommas Architecture
13 Reviews
cottage look home, rustic, love the windows
Shingle Style Home Exterior
Cape Cod Style Home Exterior
shingles that took on a lovely gray patina as they aged. Now, whether with wood or a fiber-cement material, the color gray suits this classic American home style.
cottage style home...shingle home
“Muret de pierre” — mamiemine
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Lilyfield House
The site orients north and so Broe used passive solar techniques to benefit the home’s energy efficiency. “In Sydney, 90 per cent of the poor weather comes from the south, so the verandah was protected and facing north,” he says. “We
The site orients north, and Broe used passive solar techniques to benefit the home's energy efficiency. "In Sydney 90 percent of the poor weather comes from the south, so the porch was protected and facing north," he says. "We oversized the big roof so it acts like a big umbrella." Unlike most verandas
19. Cool as a cucumberThe back deck of this Sydney home is an outdoor kitchen/dining area with a high awning roof which is freestanding to allow hot summer air to escape. The architect designed the bench
“backsplash with ledge, below painted accent color one shade darker than wall color, or accent color” — nancybryant
Hendricks Construction
13 Reviews
Silverleaf Arcadia
Been looking for just the "perfect look" in my home & finally found it! Love the wood/tile combo & style you used. Live in Edmond, OK & need to know how I can get this flooring. It's so beautiful!! Carol
we completed the home, good luck with your project.
The table is Palos Verdes rectangular Granada dining table by Lexington home brands, the chairs
chairs are Palos Verdes Monterrey chairs by Lexington home Brands, I hope this helps.
“pretty” — cpiershale
American Institute of Architects, San Francisco
2012 San Francisco Living: Home Tours
2012 San Francisco Living: Home Tours
A complete rebuild of a 1950s modern home, this project combines spatial openness, a consistent use of materials, and reconfiguration of the ground plane to bring light deep into this home and frame views of the park beyond. Daylight is introduced to the home through two new shafts of windows and skylights
serves as a spatially dynamic centerpiece for the home, connecting the new second floor and addition of a lower level. A retracting glass wall, minimalist water feature, and dramatic roof deck complete the indoor-outdoor experience at the heart of this home. Dennis Bettencourt Photography
“Nice living hall” — fongkk
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