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Fredendall Building Company
1 Review
Exterior View of Restored Farmhouse
Ideabooks7,229
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relaxing vintage home! Great porch and nice addition to original stone home.
A note on historic homes. If your home is listed on the historic register, that's a whole different ballgame. Most historic districts have strict
strict requirements about making any sort of changes to the exterior of a historic home, including changes to doors, windows, roof projections, siding and additions
find specific guidelines for your state through the National Register of Historic Places.
Whether with the simplest of forms and commonest of materials or not, a home should tell us how it was crafted. And it should enable its inhabitants
stone on front of the home
“Windows and wall clor” — gdubois
Historical Concepts
5 Reviews
Ford Caretaker's Cottage Renovation
Ideabooks6,754
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We have a board and batten home in Louisiana that was painted and the maintenance on the side of the home not covered and receiving the sun won't
the paint. However we would not trade the casual and charming feel of the home. Thanks for any information you are willing to share!
Awesome home! Does the house plan happen to be available? Thanks
The 1920s home was originally 800 square feet, but was expanded to 1,150 square feet during a recent renovation. If you'd like to see more and read about
Kellye: Try Old Carolina Brick (I think the piers under the home are their Savannah Gray finish)
Town Plans (under the Professionals section of Houzz) for similarly styled home plans.
love this relaxed feeling throughout the home
“cool front entry porch!” — susanemilie
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Country Style in the Netherlands
Ideabooks5,830
Questions5
the new year, so they can collect the good-luck dust into a corner of their home. Throw out any broken objects, replace blown lightbulbs and be ruthless
of the open-plan design.The couple previously lived in a very old, historical home. They needed to upgrade to give their growing family more room, but
fencing manufacturer Mosterd Sierhekken greet visitors. The doors help give the home that sense of character that Marielle loves and are Weerdenburg's favorite
the new year, so they can collect the good-luck dust into a corner of their home.Throw out any broken objects, replace blown lightbulbs and be ruthless with
“maybe?” — cownby
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Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks424
Questions1
setting, the Clinton Hill brownstone has retained its heritage as a historic home and a space for a community to come together.More: Houzz Tour: New Orleans
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attached to each and every product furnishing their home. The open and accessible approach to art and home has led this house in Clinton Hill to become an
“linen and sheer curtain panels” — Anne Souder
Tim Cuppett Architects
14 Reviews
Historic House
Ideabooks3,759
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before I realized that was not a shadow. See the rest of this historic home.
This historic house in Austin was built around 1850 and was moved twice;
Give peeling paint a fresh coat of gloss. The front porch of this historic home is kept crisp by the black, white and gray palette as well as the glossy
farmhouse, it captures farmhouse style. See the rest of this charming historic home
“exactly like back porch” — jlc712
Belmont Design Group
11 Reviews
Family Room by Belmont Design Group
Ideabooks4,589
Questions10
some reason, people hesitate painting over brick fireplaces. Sure, some historic homes have really beautiful original fireplaces that would be wise to leave
historic birds egg paint
“Love the fireplace, wall color.” — jenniferzduncan
Bloom Interior Design
Pasco St, Williamstown
Ideabooks458
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were immediately drawn to this bayside-area home with a picture-perfect white picket fence. The historic home is situated along the tree-lined streets of
of Chris from Carson Building Concepts, have artfully restored this historic home into one that pays homage to its original classic features, but that
bayside area home – particularly the picture-perfect white picket fence. Situated along the tree-lined streets of south-west Melbourne, the home is close enough
“White weatherboards” — James Lee
Stephmodo
La Maisonnette - Beynac-et-Cazenac, France
Ideabooks2,097
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ceiling and walls, the whole feeling of this home is incredible. She has enhanced every nuiance
the ground level of the cottage; the home’s exteriors and ground level blend perfectly with the other historic homes in the village. But the rest of the
the ground level of the cottage; the home's exteriors and ground level blend perfectly with the other historic homes in the village. But the rest of the
global travel patterns of the family."The sideboard [this image] came with the home and dates to the 17th century — we can't bear to move it," says Brubaker
“Interior beautiful color cottage mountain” — craigfennell
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