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Alvarez Homes
Bar and Media Room by Home Builders Tampa Alvarez Homes - (813) 701-3299
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Room by Home Builders Tampa Alvarez Homes - (813) 701-3299
Home Builders Tampa, Alvarez Homes - (813) 701-3299. The Milkey Bar and Media Room...Looks like fun for family movie night! The wood cabinetry is not only useful but it gives warmth and luxury to the space...just gorgeous! http://alvarezhomes.com Photography by Jorge Alvarez
“Nice bar and tv room” — ctiuseco
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Jenkins Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Santa Barbara Style in Austin
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tiful home..What is the name and brand of the color on the walls?
santa barbara style home in Austin.....jenkins custom homes
courtyard and facade
beautiful home...Custom Homes
“Landscaping” — dfdoll
Zbranek & Holt Custom Homes
10 Reviews
Horseshoe Bay Mediterranean Lakeside Home
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Custom Homes regarding this project. These doors were custom ordered for the home through Cantera Doors at ProBuild in Lakeway Texas. We worked with Nona Reed her number is 512-263-2612. We hope this is helpful, please let us know if you have additional questions. Thank you ~ Team Zbranek & Holt
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Lakeside Home...Custom Homes...for a home.
“Stone spindles” — be4dawn
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
114 Diamond Ave
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of the home ? Thanks, we live on the peninsula.
This is a 30' standard lot with 3' setbacks. The home is approximately 24' wide.
entire home. The kind owners of this lovely home gave us a tour. we would love to know the house width and depth. We want to rebuild on the Balboa Penninsula and would hope this plan would fit our lot . Cudos to Brandon architects and the designer !
“Style” — mainguyen827
CTA Architects Engineers
Cohen Residence
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Facade - stone, wood, steel and glass
of the home opens to lakeside views. The tapered end of the second floor contains storage, mechanical and utilities, accessible from the back of the master suite. Outdoor furniture: Fermob
of the home opens to lakeside views. The tapered end of the second floor contains storage, mechanical and utilities, accessible from the back of the main suite.
of the home opens to lakeside views. The tapered end of the second floor contains storage, mechanical and utilities, accessible from the back of the main suite. Outdoor furniture: Fermob
“Exterior - House Design” — cdpeters
Cameo Homes Inc.
10 Reviews
Built by Cameo Homes Inc. in Park City, Utah
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Cameo Homes Inc. in Park City, Utah
mountain home (though maybe a bit drab). Unique mix of roofing materials.
Cameo homes example...stone facade...Cameo Homes Inc....beautiful home?
“love these exposed beams” — yellowbomber
Cynthia Walker Photography
2 Reviews
Twin Rivers
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Savvy Homes Model Home in Twin Rivers. Photography By:Cynthia Walker
that the home builder is Savvy Homes and the designer they use is from HGTV
Sorry, I not sure of the wall color name or brand. I was hired to photograph this home.
FACADE FIREPLACE IN LIVING ROOM CORNER IF THERE IS A CORNER
Savvy Homes
“leather chairs” — Chazlyn Robbins
Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
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d the home on a concrete slab foundation. A rammed-earth wall forms the spine of the home. Although this part of Australia can get extremely hot, they used insulation, house orientation, thermal mass and cross ventilation to keep the inside temperature moderate. A large solar panel system outside helps
The wall extends to meet a swimming pool behind the home. The dirt was sourced mostly from a local quarry for its yellow-orange color.
behind the home. The dirt was sourced mostly from a local quarry for its yellow-orange color. The rammed-earth wall was built in stages, about 1½ feet at a time. Formwork shutters were bolted onto a larger frame and filled with a mixture of dirt, 8 percent cement and a small amount of water. The mixture
“overhang” — 3ways
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