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Keuka Studios, Inc
4 Reviews
Wood and Glass House
Ideabooks2,049
Questions1
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 services into design as well as construction of custom homes and home renovations. Design-builders and unlicensed designers make up a large contingent
There are many types of designers working in the home building industry. Some are licensed professionals; others are builders who have expanded their services into design as well as construction of custom-designed homes and renovations. Design-builders and unlicensed designers make up a large
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, so long as you find a reputable person to work with. Architects are generally more expensive to hire but bring to a project a broader set of
“Railing” — Allison Stites
DiGiacomo Homes & Renovation
13 Reviews
2011 Green Dream Home
Ideabooks581
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Builder: Rocky DiGiacomo, DiGiacomo Homes & Renovation, Inc. Interior Designer: Gigi DiGiacomo, DiGiacomo Homes & Renovation, Inc. Architect: Ryan Fish, AIA Photos: Paul Markert, Markert Photo, Inc.
French doors are from Marvin Windows and Doors - they open to screen room. Best Wishes, Gigi DiGiacomo, DiGiacomo Homes
DiGiacomo Homes & Renovation French doors are from Marvin Windows and Doors - they open to screen room. Best Wishes, Gigi DiGiacomo, DiGiacomo Homes August 5, 2014
“RH Belgian shelter arm sofa” — uleong
Sater Design Collection, Inc.
8 Reviews
Sater Group Luxury Home Plan Renovation
Ideabooks3,203
Questions3
Sater Group Luxury Home Plan Renovation
Luxury custom home renovation. Photography by M.E. Parker
It doesn't really have a name. It was a custom renovation for one of my clients.
Luxury custom home renovation.Photography by M.E. Parker
Luxury custom home renovation. Photography by M.E. Parker
Mediterranean Home Plan
Renovated home plan for a
luxury home plan
“pavers and growth between” — fbutt
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
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Saniee Architects llc
Wheeler Residence
Ideabooks5,777
Questions5
This is the new renovated exterior of a 1908s "Contemporary" style house which has been altered to have a new fresh feel and look.
tiered exterior and the black and white colors.” “Perfect exterior design for my family house..” “more traditional home renovated to look more modern.” “it's modern and beautiful, an ideal home for a young family or even just a young”
looks like a more traditional home renovated to look more modern.
it's modern and beautiful, an ideal home for a young family or even
It's very straightforward on the basic means of a regular home. You could clearly see the shapes from this angle of the house and to me, it gives off a good mentality.
his is the new renovated exterior of a 1908s "Contemporary" style house which has been altered to have a new
“balcony” — sgallich
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Living room
Ideabooks11,386
Questions7
a better home that suits your needs and trading up."More: Find home pros near you | 11 Things to Expect With Your Remodel
3. Make sure you have a clear budget before starting the project. If you're like most of us, there is a limit to how much you can afford to spend on your renovation. Going over
tools and the skills to make a relationship work, and not being the self-centered one? Pat yourself on the back for having the wisdom to make your home renovation project a success, even if it's at the expense of some of your own personal wishes. Years down the road, you'll realize that the blue tile you
between. So make sure your home isn't so minimal that it is thrown off by having the things you love around.
“Wall of books - where last owner had tv stand” — wwilson403
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Naroon Road
Ideabooks4,507
Questions10
The backyard’s renovation occurred simultaneously with a home renovation. The Roberts’s reworked their house so it could easily spill into the outdoor space. Emma wanted the interior and exterior
The backyard’s renovation occurred simultaneously with a home remodel. The Roberts reworked their house so that it could easily spill out into the backyard. Emma wanted the interior and exterior connection to be seamless, but in a way that always pulled people outside. “We wanted the exterior to be
“Terraza” — dcolunge
Shoreline Construction and Development
The Camelia
Ideabooks3,003
Questions5
The foundation for this homes is a concrete slab. Thanks for the interest.
the Frame Vernacula look of this home
a dream home for my kids n I
Who’s Doing the Work?A majority of homeowners planning a home renovation or decorating project in the next two years plan to hire a professional. Of those, more than half (52 percent) plan to hire a general contractor. Carpet and flooring pros are also in demand (34 percent), as are tile, stone and
interior designer in the same time period. This makes sense, given that 17 percent of renters plan to build a custom home in the next two years, and 41 percent plan to purchase a home.
“Side entrance” — lsuk
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Mark & Priscilla Rieves
Ideabooks2,526
Questions2
Home of Mark and Priscilla Rieves
The back porch was a major part of the home's renovation. The Rieveses wanted an outdoor space that they could enjoy year-round. Daron Tapscott's design extended the roofline to match the original and included a raised deck and brick fireplace.Mark grew up in Roanoke, Virginia, and even as a kid, he
Tell us: Have you remodeled your home, or are you planning to? Have you found any benefits to waiting before leaping into a big renovation?More: 10 Things to Ask Your Contractor Before You Start Your Project
“Extended porch” — Keltie Archer
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