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Keuka Studios, Inc
Wood and Glass House
Cable railing looks perfect for this home looks invisible and doesn't obstruct any views !
There are many types of designers working in the home building industry. Some are licensed professionals; others are builders who have expanded their
There are many types of designers working in the home building industry. Some are licensed professionals; others are builders who have
their services into design as well as construction of custom homes and home renovations. Design-builders and unlicensed designers make up a large contingent
contingent of the individuals working in the procurement of custom homes and renovations. They tend to be cost effective and can be the right fit for your project
Jim Schmid Photography
Urban Building Group: Charlotte, NC
This room was designed by Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I photographed this home for them to use in their marketing materials. I
This room was designed by Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I photographed this home for them to use in their marketing materials.
This room was designed by the Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I had the privilege of photographing this great
This room was designed by Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I had the pleasure of photographing this amazing
order in your entire home, you may have a to-do list so long, it makes your head spin. Yes, organizing in other areas of the home builds the overall effect
Joe Carrick Design - Custom Home Design
I thought all of these homes were suppose to be "Ranch style homes", this is not, right?
This is a beautiful home- how can I access the house plans
I would like to see the plan. Awesome home
Would it be possible to see the floor plan of this home.
brackets from you? I would like to add these to the design of the home we are building.
These were custom built by the builder of the home.
It is a really attractive home. I also would like to know what colors you used for the exterior.
Craftsman. The traditional Craftsman home builds from the Prairie Style with addition of exposed rafters, decorative brackets under the eaves and stone
and chimney. Updates: This new construction played up the Craftsman style home with more complex roof lines and color combination.
Very nice home. I like everything
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David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
House Earl's Court
effects on the efficiency of your home’s building envelope, or skin. It’s always best to assess your house from a whole-building design approach (read more about
about this concept on the National Institute of Building Sciences website).In new constructions we have the liberty to consider daylighting from the initial
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Calamus Circle Residence
together an entire home … or a single room. “Our job is to work with your budget! While it’s true we do work on large whole-home builds, we also work on
to an interior designer just because they aren’t building a new home or refurnishing their entire home.”
Rough Hollow Parade Home 2010
Great color for a home office and ceiling
simply adding a little detailing using the most basic trim for your local home building store. Paint it all the same color (or make the embellishment a contrast
Home office...Home Office, den...home office layout...Rough Hollow Parade Home 2010
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
literally playing with fire. And you know what they say about that!More:Home Building: 8 Ways to Stick to Your BudgetHouzz News: Remodeling Heats UpSpruce
nearly as common as fireplaces, so if you’re lucky enough to have one in your home, make it stand out. This designer created a wall shield using textured ceramic
The space now contains a "mud alley," where the family members enter the home and hang up their snowy outerwear, organize the mail and leave their wet
TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS
23 Downing Street
All of a home's building materials expand and contract; the hardwood floor, the tile and even
feet) and made of marble; both features require a stiffer floor than most homes have. Tip: If you're working with large-format tile or natural stone, specify
account for these size changes and prevent expansion from wreaking havoc in a home. Tip: Make sure your tongue and groove subfloor does not get filled with