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AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks3,242
Questions3
Burglars prefer to spend no more than 60 seconds breaking into a home; most burglaries occur between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. and last eight to 10 minutes, and the typical house burglar is a male teen who lives within a few miles of the home, not a professional thief. Clearly, strategies for deterring break-ins
Burglars prefer to spend no more than 60 seconds breaking into a home; most burglaries occur between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. and last eight to 10 minutes, and the typical house burglar is a male teen who lives within a few miles of the home, not a professional thief. Clearly, strategies for deterring break-ins
disorganized work of an amateur.A police officer interviewed by the Sun Sentinel suggested that landscaping and lighting are more critical to securing your home than replacing doors, locks and windows. The article referred to an approach called “Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design,” which uses natural
“like the wood above the window” — amy_foley
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
3 Reviews
Leech Lake 2 Exterior Entry
Ideabooks7,312
Questions5
Do you sell house plans for this home?
How would I discuss building this home on our property? Or how could I purchase plans? Thank you, Teresa
see in the Leech Lake 2 home. Can you share anything about the square footage, number of bed rooms, and a general sketch of the floor plan. We currently live in Florida but are looking at some lake property in Minnesota.
I also would love to see the floor plans for this home.
existing trees in the middle of new gardens and close to house to give 'age'
My dream home? Screened porch with rusted metal roof on the lake!
“Rustic red exterior” — vinnie56
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Pacific Heights Residence - Study
Ideabooks7,668
Questions9
I plan on REMOVING grass cloth wallpaper from two rooms in my home. The entire residence was papered with it by the previous owner. What is the best way to remove it?
idea for living room home office/bar/entertaining
position of desk relative to window and fireplace. side garden stool
a great pic of a home office. The room can be dual purpose...for lounging or office time.
reading a good book... well, it almost makes me wish for winter. Almost. More studies, libraries and home offices: Libraries for Everyone Prepping Your Home Office for Big Business Consider the Home Office Bar
Now this is definitely having your home-office cake and eating it, too. Who wouldn't love a fireplace in their office? I'm pretty sure a great novel...or maybe just a great proposal, could be written in front of a crackling fire.
“light” — aragoncecilia
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Stone Georgian Home
Ideabooks7,406
Questions5
stone Georgian style front home yellow, tan, grey stone
dormers and portico for updating home
Tell us: Have you researched your home's history? What resources have you found most helpful?Roots of Style: How Did Your Home Get Its Look?
tury tastes turned to colonial revival styles, which are considered eclectic designs.Likely dating to the early 20th century, the Georgian-inspired home shown here illustrates several common details that are characteristic of that style, several signatures of which allude to Renaissance classical ar
“door front” — margiescott5
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Porch
Ideabooks6,042
Questions9
We're in the process of renovating our waterfront home & love this shake/shingle siding. Can you please share with us the specs?
Display summer gear. Prop up that surfboard, screw in a few hooks to hang wet beach towels on and toss sandals in a basket by the door. By giving your most frequently used summer items a home, you will make things easier
surfboard, screw in a few hooks to hang wet beach towels on and toss sandals in a basket by the door. By giving your most frequently used summer items a home, you will make things easier on yourself and create instant decor.
A use for the lamps from Home Goods store! We love the looks of them but are not quite sure what to do with them. Now we know!
A vacation home is an investment that most people want to make the most of. For many that means renting it during the off season. These tips can make your vacation home look like a dream to potential renters. Get the guide: Make Your Vacation Home Pay Off
“I wonder what this looks like from front.... side steps interesting...” — Abby Austin
Michael Knowles, Architect
4 Reviews
Port Orchard Residence 01
Ideabooks3,386
Questions1
open light and bright home though maybe too much window
The enclosing skeleton of the home is expressed; we see column, beam and rafter. Other details (like the cable railing) are minimal so as not to interfere with the home’s simple beauty.
Ideal Frank Lloyd Wright home
My new DREAM Home!...passive solar home...modern home...garden art
“Windiws” — wkrstl
Higgins Architects
1 Review
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial
Ideabooks3,225
Questions4
Facing the hot western Arizona Sun this Entry court features an arcade that offers shade to the homes entry.
Always looove mediteranian style homes
cactus garden...Spanish style home...Home floor plan...Spanish home...nice home
“Shim2” — shilpidoon
Northern Virginia Area Custom Made Closet Organization
Pantries, closets, garage storage and flooring, wall units, mud rooms, laundry rooms, entertainment units, etc.
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Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Ideabooks1,194
Questions3
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Home is built of rammed earth and limestone. Veranda posts are untreated aluminum so there's no maintenance
elz worked with David Roberts of Stabilised Earth. The house is built primarily out of limestone, a material used in most homes in the Fleurieu Peninsula, where the home is located. The earth came from the Rapid Bay quarry, about 20 kilometers away. "I chose to not use the earth from my own land
the wrap-around roof-porch is great; also love the materials used for this home
keep maintenance and utility costs as low as possible. Her home has no air-conditioning and is heated naturally using locally sourced wood.
3. Rustic on the coast, Adelaide, SALooking out to sea on South Australia’s rugged coastline, this home is built with raw materials that speak of the landscape
“Rammed earth” — Julie Bennett
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