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Sight And Sounds
Sabathia
Ideabooks7,659
Questions3
media wall, 12' projection screen, automated lighting, motorized shades, and sixteen separate HD video choices to choose from, this project won EHX 2007 Home of the Year. Photo courtesy Douglas Johnson.
multiple tvs and memorbilia- not the decor
Like home theater with bar close
home theatre and Man cave ideas
“Add bar” — betsyr1989
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JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Italian Elegance
Ideabooks11,633
Questions8
This beautiful home right outside of Dallas is just over 16,000 square feet. It was designed, built and furnished in 20 months.
pool, overall arrangement
Decor on patio, potted plants
homes and pools sil
My future home...Home ideas...Dream Home
“the steps into the pool” — nsmissy
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
1 Review
Kitchen
Ideabooks36,119
Questions25
Fenstermann supplies a wide arrange of naturally woven shades, in this style and others. We work all over the US.
Larisa0000, We were the builder for this home and our recommendation if you feel you need additional help for interior selections would be to contact a local interior designer. The interior designers on this home were through Herlong and Associates in Charleston, South Carolina
I cannot find the cabinet hardware specifically listed, but other hardware in the house was purchased through Foxworth Decorative Hardware. If I come across the information I will be sure to post!
The backsplash in this home is Boral - Thin Brick. We recommend looking on their website or contacting your local sales rep for more information about shipping their product.
“Love the brick used as a backsplash.” — jcwuersig
Hobbs' Ink
20 Reviews
Neo-Prairie Style Parade Home
Ideabooks8,319
Questions9
This Neo-prairie style home with its wide overhangs and well shaded bands of glass combines the openness of an island getaway with a “C – shaped” floor plan that gives the owners much needed privacy on a 78’ wide hillside lot. Photos by James Bruce and Merrick Ales.
The home was furnished by PPDS Interior design [http://www.houzz.com/pro/ppds/ppds]. They can let you know where they sourced it.
“Loving the 2 yellow leather chairs and pillows” — gregoryh
2fORM Architecture
3 Reviews
Fox Hollow Residence
Ideabooks8,328
Questions5
smaller-scale structures reduce the environmental impact of the home on the site. Simple shed roof forms open to the south, providing both a breathtaking view of the Willamette Valley and the optimal solar orientation for passive heating. The home is also passively cooled through use of ceiling fans, operable
This design of the Fox Hollow Residence breaks down the scale and the conventional notion of an upscale home by separating the primary functions of the house into a series of linked pods that dance playfully along the sloped terrain. This simple gesture gives a distinct character and function to each
thoughtfully executed, from the modern steel connections to the traditional Amish wood joinery. By thinking outside of the typical residential box, this home has become a showcase of local craft, sustainability and efficient living. This project was awarded second place in the 2007 People’s Choice Award
“Perfect” — styng12
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
City: Ferrell Residence
Ideabooks5,524
Questions15
Among the standout elements of this home is the kitchen, featuring Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. Materials of Note: Walker Zanger and Iron Gate tile; Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances; marble and granite countertops throughout home; lighting from Remains; cast-stone mantel in living room; custom stained
Design | Postcard from Paris Home
While these barstools are no longer manufactured, similar ones may be purchased through Postcard from Paris Home. Please contact us directly for additional information. lance@postcardfromparis.com www.postcardfromparis.com
Like seating arrangement though need one more chair facing single chair. Love cabinets + drawers for storage. No need for faucet.
“Color” — techdamsel
Haute Design
1 Review
Historic Downtown
Ideabooks16,311
Questions12
about to build a home in Charleston/ Daniel Island, and we fell in LOVE with this home. It's has the most beautiful entry. I can't quite tell from the pictures how the house is laid out, and I was wondering if you had more images or if you could describe the layout/ floorplan. Our home needs to be similar
similar to a row house, and its been difficult to find inspiration for that type of layout. We thought this home may work perfectly:) Thank you!! Loren & Bryan
fabulous rug, a perfectly scaled console and great lighting. I suggest getting the best rug you can afford for your entry, because nothing warms up a home like a rug. Go bold with lighting and take advantage of three-way lightbulbs for light control during the day and evening.
“Cool table” — dirtgirl64
Streeter & Associates, Inc.
Mountain Charm
Ideabooks4,726
Questions6
dining room and cozy owner's suite, acts as the home's center piece. Tasteful iron railings, fir millwork, stone and wood countertops, rich walnut and cherry cabinets, and Australian Cypress floors complete this warm and charming mountain-style home. Call today to schedule an informational visit, tour
Modern elements combine with mid-century detailing to give this mountain-style home its rustic elegance. Natural stone, exposed timber beams and vaulted ceilings are just a few of the design elements that make this rustic retreat so inviting. A welcoming front porch leads right up to the custom cherry
The main level of this home is about 2,000 SF. This project was a renovation/addition to an existing home and the floor plan is custom/unique to the owners wants & needs for the project, plus there were site logisitics
“Clock” — tanuki
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