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Charlie Barnett Associates
Russian Hill Residence
Ideabooks1,950
Questions5
The epitome of what home ownership means to me
overall, but we love the roof deck and the bit that juts to the forward with the large windows. We would just have that element toward the back of the home.
Home above the garage
Modern home like this one.
My city home
“House” — eddyvindu
Sticks and Stones Design Group inc.
4 Reviews
The Cooper Show Home
Ideabooks1,717
Questions6
http://www.lipsettphotographygroup.com/ This beautiful 2-level home is located in Birdie Lake Place - Predator Ridge’s newest neighborhood. This Executive style home offers luxurious finishes throughout including hardwood floors, quartz counters, Jenn-Air kitchen appliances, outdoor kitchen, gym, wine
wine room, theater room and generous outdoor living space. This south-facing luxury home sits overlooking the tranquil Birdie Lake and the critically acclaimed Ridge Course. The kitchen truly is the heart of this home; with open concept living; the dining room, living room and kitchen are all connected
connected. And everyone knows the kitchen is where the party is. The furniture and accessories really complete this home; Adding pops of colour to a natural space makes it feel more alive. What’s our favorite item in the house? Hands down, it’s the Red farm house bar stools.
“Gris bas” — big_88_ca
Studio 1 Architects
2 Reviews
La Grange Park Residence
Ideabooks4,072
Questions5
What materials is used on this home besides the brick - above/below.
Thank you. About to build a dominantly brick home but want other materials added for interest/style. In general French Country style. Prefer a finished
a couple of times prior.....check previous questions on this home. Thanks
This home utilizes cut stone at the base and stucco above the windows.
This window style would look great in our tudor style home.
“Windows” — mehogan2014
Highgate Builders
7 Reviews
Lakefront Transitional home office
Ideabooks680
Questions1
Like a lot of the pics in this home
Like everything about this home office
Lakefront Transitional home office
Home office...home office
“Gorgeous!!!!!” — terriedawn
Connor Homes
1 Review
Connor Homes
Ideabooks757
Questions2
Connor Homes
Connor Homes...Elegant home...Vermont home...Connor Home...Simple home
“This but with a wraparound Queen Anne porch” — shawnalea73
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Brown Residence
Ideabooks6,194
Questions3
floating accent wall in the living room from nearby Tucson."Other sustainable elements of the home include the tight envelope, high-efficiency systems, light control systems, and overhangs that shade the home from direct sunlight and work in concert with large windows that make the most of the natural
The main house is a glass pavilion. To the left of it is a home office building; the breezeway seen at the edge of the picture connects to a guest pavilion."Sustainability is very important to both Lake Flato and Construction Zone," says Byrnes. "A big part of that is using local materials. We sourced
“golf house” — stevesteph
Karlene Hunter Baum, Allied ASID
5 Reviews
Home Theater
Ideabooks4,081
Questions8
Home Theater
home theater...Home theatre ref...Home Theatre Chairs
“I like the layout in this relatively small room.” — hilnor
PHX Architecture
6 Reviews
Desert Mountain Estate
Ideabooks3,942
Questions3
This 4,661 sqaure foot contemporary home sits in the beautiful Desert Mountain community in Scottsdale, Arizona. The home features a large game room, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a 4 car garage, pool and spa. The team included: PHX Architecture, Platinum Custom Homes, Susie Hersker Interiors, and SRLA Studio
individual pieces. If you are looking for an even coloration, it is best to work with an experienced metalworker. Interested in using copper in your home’s design? Talk with your architect or designer early on, as there are certain code and building regulations that may need to be considered prior to
individual pieces. If you are looking for an even coloration, it is best to work with an experienced metalworker. Interested in using copper in your home’s design? Talk with your architect or designer early on, as there are certain code and building regulations that may need to be considered prior to
“a little too tight on space, feels cluttered” — bstrbrn
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