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Shoreline Construction and Development
The Jekyll
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Questions7
Would you please share the exterior colors used on this home? Thank you
house similar style! Do you think that the front porch of my house being brick would look alright painted this same color like the rest of the house? Home will be brick and hardie. Thanks! Just looking for advice!
this question seems redundant, but earlier it was posted that the shutters were Historic Charleston Green-Sherwin Williams. I just wanted to confirm if it's custom or the SW Green. I have the Useful Gray inside my home and I love it. It looks nothing like the way it looks on the card. It's translucent
Sorry but this house has been sold. Pricing for this home varies depending on what finishes you would like for a custom home. For more information you can call the Shoreline Construction office at 843.548.2130 Thanks for the interest.
“Style” — chachisig
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
Ideabooks2,334
Questions1
a functional dwelling that honored its surroundings. The original 19th century log float was maintained as the foundation for the new home and some of the historic logs were salvaged and custom milled to create the distinctive interior wood paneling. The atrium space celebrates light and water with open
have a more intimate feel, like a waterside retreat. The rooftop and water-level decks extend and maximize the main living space. The materials for the home’s exterior include a mixture of structural steel and glass, and salvaged cedar blended with Cor ten steel panels. Locally milled reclaimed untreated
Clean and simple define this 1200 square foot Portage Bay floating home. After living on the water for 10 years, the owner was familiar with the area’s history and concerned with environmental issues. With that in mind, she worked with Architect Ryan Mankoski of Ninebark Studios and Dyna to create a
“Decke” — elisabethdyck
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Nashawtuc Hill Residence
Ideabooks135
Questions1
This 3-acre property in the historic town of Concord merges a new home with surrounding topography and builds upon the neighborhood's historic and aesthetic influences. With ten entrances, the success of place making is rooted in expressing interior and exterior connections. Slabs of antique granite
meadow forms an intermediate zone between the domestic yard and the untamed woodland, and drifts of shrubs and perennials lend texture and scale to the home and outdoor spaces.
“black shutter w brown roof” — lesliecarol55
Rosenberg Kolb Architects
1 Review
67 Union
Ideabooks38
Questions0
our renovation of a 1747 timber frame house on Nantucket Island, completed in 2011. The first historic renovation project in Nantucket to receive LEED Gold status. The project was given a Grand Award by Eco Home Magazine in July, 2011. The project included: Restructuring the foundations to align and stabilize
A 260 square foot addition for a kitchen, bath, and new entry; New cedar shingles, roof shingles, and restored historic windows; The house met the strict regulations of Nantucket's Historic District. On the inside, LEED Gold certification was met through: High R-value insulation and reduced air leakage;
finish; Using reclaimed materials from the original house and other sites. The project has been published in: N Magazine July 2011 Eco Home Magazine July 2011 New England Home June 2011
“Sofa/daybed” — laucoin
Graytek
1 Review
CEDIA 2013 Triple Gold Winning Project "Historic Renovation"
Ideabooks174
Questions0
CEDIA 2013 Triple Gold Winning Project "Historic Renovation"
CEDIA 2013 Triple Gold Winning Project "Historic Renovation". Winner of Best Integrated Home Level 5, Best Overall Documentation and Best Overall Integrated Home. This project features full Crestron whole house automation and system integration. Graytek would like to recognize; Architerior, Teragon
OMG love this historic renovation in B.C Canada
“Skylight” — charleston1971
Rosenberg Kolb Architects
1 Review
67 Union
Ideabooks41
Questions0
our renovation of a 1747 timber frame house on Nantucket Island, completed in 2011. The first historic renovation project in Nantucket to receive LEED Gold status. The project was given a Grand Award by Eco Home Magazine in July, 2011. The project included: Restructuring the foundations to align and stabilize
A 260 square foot addition for a kitchen, bath, and new entry; New cedar shingles, roof shingles, and restored historic windows; The house met the strict regulations of Nantucket's Historic District. On the inside, LEED Gold certification was met through: High R-value insulation and reduced air leakage;
finish; Using reclaimed materials from the original house and other sites. The project has been published in: N Magazine July 2011 Eco Home Magazine July 2011 New England Home June 2011
“Saltbox” — ransomflanders
Rosenberg Kolb Architects
1 Review
67 Union
Ideabooks58
Questions0
our renovation of a 1747 timber frame house on Nantucket Island, completed in 2011. The first historic renovation project in Nantucket to receive LEED Gold status. The project was given a Grand Award by Eco Home Magazine in July, 2011. The project included: Restructuring the foundations to align and stabilize
A 260 square foot addition for a kitchen, bath, and new entry; New cedar shingles, roof shingles, and restored historic windows; The house met the strict regulations of Nantucket's Historic District. On the inside, LEED Gold certification was met through: High R-value insulation and reduced air leakage;
finish; Using reclaimed materials from the original house and other sites. The project has been published in: N Magazine July 2011 Eco Home Magazine July 2011 New England Home June 2011
“Cubrelechos para Santa Marta” — matofe
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Historic Cottage Renovation - Staircase
Ideabooks692
Questions1
TreHus worked from photographs of this home dating back to the early 1900's and with the Minneapolis Historic Preservation Commission to ensure that we honored the home's spirit and heritage throughout the project. After this staircase was restored, an artist was hired to antique the treads.
rchesler, since this was a historic renovation, not everything was new - in this room, most of the transformation was achieved through stripping and repainting. The home had been used as a rental property for some time before the renovation, so interior
“Stairs” — chrisandpolly
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