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TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Historic cottage renovation kitchen
Ideabooks15,147
Questions25
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. Old-world craftsmanship and materials such as the tongue-and- groove boards, beadboard
beadboard accents on the cabinetry, subway tile, carerra marble, and wide plank pine flooring authentically bring back this home's former glory. Photo by Susan Gilmore.
display my teapots but also use for wine glasses within the closed cabinets. Do you think that's too small a space. How wide are the ones in this design. thanks.
A vent was not required for this stove. They are required most places, but not in this particular location. The home is in a historic district and had to be renovated in accordance with Minnesota Historic Preservation Society guidelines (we were actually more stringent
“legs” — erinhelene77
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3 Reviews
The Coach House
Ideabooks2,092
Questions1
Gorgeous home! I was wondering, where is your red chair from?
Hi, looks like a Saarinen but you can get more details from the designer of this home.
ideal for home office...simple with bold colours
for our names. The heart is a candy box Philippe gave me,” Chamard says. “I might separate them someday, but for now it’s like a sculpture.”Chamard’s design philosophy is simple: Go bold. “Too many times people are afraid to go for it in their interior, so they tone down their choices and it becomes un
“Matching colours together” — jturn247
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Yeung Residence
Ideabooks3,586
Questions4
The project consisted of demolishing the existing home built in 1978 and creating a new home with an open floor plan with a large kitchen and family room space that focused on the impressive views of this two acre property.
4. Color options. A huge draw for concrete is that it can be stained in an array of colors, adding warmth and character to the home's exterior.
Flat roof. Probably the most versatile form of roof design. Flat roofs offer a clean, modern look and can be great solutions where height is restricted. Not recommended in areas with heavy rainfalls or snow accumulates.Adding Interest: In this example, some walls extend beyond the roof to create more
“Maybe for driveway” — beverly1945
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
ladner contemporary
Ideabooks11,427
Questions6
Instead of the bricks, use river rocks to match home's accents at base of pillars?
what i want in a back yard design
extended off backside of house, but don't like that it matches existing home. would want more of a natural wood structure, without matching roofing
Love how it flows with the home!
Ideal family home. Makes me think of J.
of the packing process, yet for some reason this is often the last area to be packed up. Make things a bit easier by giving the outdoor areas of your home a walk-through now, pulling aside anything that's junky, broken or will not be needed at the new place.
“angle of roof” — karenhiggins
Kurtz Homes Naples
3 Reviews
Beach Front I
Ideabooks6,717
Questions12
Absolutely one of the best designs I have seen on this site! I could walk right in and stay forever. Hope there is a hot tub near by! LOL!!
The feel of being on vacation while at home, the ceiling, fan, and orange fabric
I would love this in a vacation home!
I love the topical design look
bamboo sandwiched between cypress support timbers add character to this guest suite cabana.Tell us: Do you plan to make a special ceiling design part of your next home?
“tropical Asian ceiling” — Dave Young
Barker O'Donoghue Master Builders
2 Reviews
Carver
Ideabooks8,893
Questions9
A Platinum LEED Certified home, this 2,400 sq. ft. ground-up house features environmentally-conscious materials and systems throughout including photovoltaic panels, finishes and radiant heating. Features of the comfortable family home include a skylight oculus, glass stair-rail panels, wood ceilings
The project development process was collaborative, during which the team worked closely with the architect to design and execute custom construction detailing. Architect: Daren Joy Design
Innovative home--could you please tell me
heat production systems, such as a heat pump or solar water heater. Here in Emilia-Romagna, Italy, for example, one-third of all heat production in a home must be through renewables, a requirement that is best met in underfloor heating by combining a hydronic system with one of these renewable energy systems
“really nice booth” — Elizabeth Privett
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Historic cottage renovation kitchen
Ideabooks11,812
Questions19
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. Old-world craftsmanship and materials such as the tongue-and- groove boards, beadboard
beadboard accents on the cabinetry, subway tile, carerra marble, and wide plank pine flooring authentically bring back this home's former glory. Photos by Susan Gilmore.
the house) was custom designed by TreHus and built by
I love this color stain and would love to do the same to my home. Do you remember the exact custom stains mixed?
I wish I knew! We actually had these photos taken before the home was really finished so we could enter it in some awards (which we won!), so we had to stage it. We worked with a photo stylist on how to stage it and
“I love this...” — tjhawkins
The Images Publishing Group
A Classical Journey: The Houses of Ken Tate
Ideabooks3,074
Questions4
Do you have the interior design fo rthis house? Cost to build
Do you have the interior design that I could see? What does a house like this cost to make?
Spanish style home. Love this style
my ideal spanish home. do youhave the floor plann of this house?
Love the Spanish look/design here. She's a beauty!
Everything except tile shingle need to be longer so the rain does not run on side of home.
“Paint” — bettywynne
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