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Trapolin-Peer Architects
French Quarter Residence
Exterior of Historic Multi-Family Home Photos by: Will Crocker Photography
Historic French Quarter house in New Orleans is on a small lot. Stone pavers, fountains, and container gardens maximize useable space.
colors for Houston dr home
Vacation Home
“Shutters on doors” — kmathan
Rich Mathers Construction, Inc.
8 Reviews
Eco-Conscious Transformation
Wood used for the house and walkway outside home
Can you tell me the type and color of the wood used for the building and the walkway outside of the home?
Steppers 16"x16" can be found at home depot or lowes. These steppers in the pic are poured in place concrete. Anything bigger than 2'x2' risks breaking when moving and are uber heavy so anything 2'x2' and up are poured. Ask a landscaper to give you a quote on pouring steppers in your area. The small
Historically related. Try mixing styles that have some similarities. For instance, elements from Greek, Roman, French and formal styles can work well together;
Historically related. Try mixing styles that have some similarities. For instance, elements from Greek, Roman, French and formal styles can work well together;
“Mexican river rock around concrete pavers, bamboo and wood siding” — mwilets
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
River Dunes Captain's House
It's roughly 14x14. For a full floorplan of this home, visit: http://houseplans.southernliving.com/plans/SL1426?&search%5Bbathrooms%5D=&search%5Bbedrooms%5D=&search%5Bcommit%5D=SEARCH&search%5Bdepth%5
I'm afraid I can't answer technical questions on how they were hung. We are the architects of the home but these beds were chosen by the interior designer and installation would have been worked out between the designer and the builder.
Thank you for your question. They were custom made for the home.
The resource guide for the magazine calls it "Ginger" by Robert Allen; however, this home was featured in 2007 so it may be discontinued. I hope you can find it, though!
“resource for porch swing beds” — chloeschicmommy
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
@rosesoldani - the answer to that question depends on the style of the light and your home. Many people like to see both fixtures through the transom above the door, so these were hung in reference to that.
1. If first impressions are everything, then the entryway is one of the most important elements of a home. We all want to feel uplifted when we get home after a long day, and we want guests to feel welcome when they come over. Here oversize planters, antique-style light fixtures and a crisp white exterior
exterior paint made this the most saved farmhouse photo uploaded in 2013. See more photos of this homePaint: Natural Choice, Sherwin-Williams; flooring: Transcend decking in Gravel Path, Trex; wall lanterns: Williamsburg 16-inch Flush Mount in Natural Gas, Bevolo; hanging lantern: French Quarter 21-inch
“Front porch” — adityashrutishrey
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Built on the former site of a casino, this residence reflects the client's desire to have a home that is welcoming to family members and friends while complementing the historic site on which it is located. This home is formal and stately, with classic American detailing outside and in. Photo Credit: Brian
Thanks for your question. Unfortunately, all our homes are custom designed for our clients and to protect their privacy we do not release floor plans. Thanks again for your interest!
Beautiful home on large territory and splendid scenery
“do with long grasses and pine, evergreen” — smithfieldhome
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Sea Glass
A desire for a more modern and zen-like environment in a historical, turn of the century stone and stucco house was the drive and challenge for this sophisticated Siemasko + Verbridge Interiors project. Along with a fresh color palette, new furniture is woven with antiques, books, and artwork to enliven
without competing with the grand ocean views. Thoughtfully designed cabinetry and family friendly furnishings, including a kitchenette, billiard area, and home theater, were designed for both kids and adults.
“2 row seats” — lbell111
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Historic on the outside, modern on the inside. Part past, part present. The clients wanted to preserve the historic façade while creating a modern interior to suit their tastes, necessitating a reconfiguration of the entire interior. A new screened porch with large skylights expands the living spaces
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“porch, brick” — Kelly May
Main Street Construction
1 Review
Historic District Renovation
Historic District Renovation
historic preservation
Historic feel, neutral
“Old Salem” — helenii
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Enlightened Lighting, LLC
Northern VA and Washington D.C. LED Outdoor Lighting Professional
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