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Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
12 Reviews
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Ideabooks3,730
Questions5
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Featured in Home & Design Magazine, this Chevy Chase home was inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen and built/designed by Anthony Wilder's team of architects and designers.
have this exact one. I can tell you that they look just as real in person, as they do in this photo because I went out and purchased a set for my own home ... I cannot tell you how many people have said to me "did you paint those?"
Featured in Home & Design Magazine, this Chevy Chase home was inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen and built/designed by Anthony Wilder's team of architects and designers.
“great little powder room” — erik morin
Lee Edwards - residential design
10 Reviews
Queen Anne Residence
Ideabooks1,304
Questions3
I'm re-siding our home with clear heart cedar and having a hard time finding a finish that is lasting.
the ouside of the home is cool
like the horizontal cedar on the home and then the vertical cedar for accent
Home design...Modern home
“Cedar shiplap corner” — seztaylor
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
8 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks2,122
Questions3
This home is approximately 3500 SF.
Gorgeous home with turrets and lookout tower
dream home...Adorable home...family home
“the roof” — glendarea
Ghirardelli Architetti
Fashion House
Ideabooks787
Questions2
part of an Italian's life, then the home must include a dining table big enough for everyone to gather round. It can be a folding or collapsible table, too. The main thing is to offer hospitality and a space where people can share a meal together. Many Italian homes also have a stash of folding chairs
part of an Italian's life, then the home must include a dining table big enough for everyone to gather round.It can be a folding or collapsible table, too. The main thing is to offer hospitality and a space where people can share a meal together. Many Italian homes also have a stash of folding chairs
“e1” — hiren2015
Christopher Developments
5 Reviews
Mills Cove
Ideabooks888
Questions0
Classic and sophisticated custom home by Christopher Developments Design/ Build
convert an attic into a home office
Great home office space
Home office...Nice home office
“Atelie” — oktagon
DHV Architects
4 Reviews
Rear Elevation of Architect's House in Bristol
Ideabooks616
Questions1
simply be bought all at once and be expected to have a life expectancy for as long as she owns the home. Her lifestyle and tastes will be ever evolving. Decoration for the sake of decoration leaves the home without personal value The best decorations and the ones that live and grow with the homeowner are
However, if one enjoys gardening a small plot or patio can often suffice. Have her consider her interests and hobbies and allow space in her new home for those activities. Perhaps, most importantly is the location of her new house. It's always good to be in rather close proximity to other family
are mementos, have meaning, or pieces that you "speak to the individual". Those things are established over time. If there's an immediate need for home decoration because the house is simply empty, I would start with a few large art pieces to fill the space. Then purchase the other decorative items as
“Cool over hang, warm loom,ceiling” — rinan1
Brenna Barzenick
My earthy, contemporary home
Ideabooks1,844
Questions1
@marsia and @dreamhouseforsomeday thank you both so much. Yes, the photos in John Hill's Ideabook are all from my home. Since the photos were taken (2012), the house has many more layers (rugs, furniture, art etc) and is definitely not as clean (thanks kids, dogs, cats
“may do shed dormers like you used, too. Gorgeous design!” “Nice single level home with shed roofs and clerestory windows.” “clestory windows, metal roof, shading with wood planks.” “Close up roof lines metal and wood” “roof line,
“Standing seam windows in sloped roof” — tkoelzer
Peter Brachvogel, AIA
BC & J Architecture
Ideabooks1,012
Questions1
This is a contemporary exterior that covers a two story home not unlike our floor plan. We like it.
house has many big windows. The different hight level, and the balansed plant life. A very nice home, and I would pay big money for a house like that! Creds to the designer! And of course the builders!
“Industrial” — Maillot Homes
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