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Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Seven Oaks Residence
Designed and built exclusively for the prestigious Parade of Homes in Seven Oaks, this home is a stunning example of a Santa Barbara style residence. A
driveway welcomes you and immediately gives a sense of grand stature to the home. The exterior is comprised of stucco with tile roofing and flaunts numerous
arches and ironwork to distinguish itself from others along the street. The home is an imposing 9,700 square feet, yet somehow manages to retain a sense of
both the cozy suite and the adjoining elegant spa. Near the center of the home, you find yourself enveloped in the magnificent Great Room in which you are
Love the structure of the home
“Window on top for foyer” — chrysta123
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KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Arlington Residence
split level home tends to separate the entrance, and any other associated space, from the rest of the living spaces one half level up. In this home the lower
house was a fragmented composition of disparate elements. The rear of the home was blocked off from views due to small windows, and had a difficult to use
Would love to know what the exterior home color is
Wow... what a great looking home! Perfect for our lot...
The Streetside ViewSplit number one, like each of the three homes, is configured with a main level at one side and a two-story section at the
repeatedly frequently in California suburbs on modern and Mediterranean-style homes, in which you enter a foyer, find a living area to one side and find a center
“Garage door” — debyshouse
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Park City, Utah Mountain Estate by Markay Johnson Construction
great entertainment in mind, while the home opens up to beautiful vistas of Promontory Point hillside. This home features two separate two-car garages,
car enthusiast and the other for living. From the courtyard one enters the home enveloped in a magnificent two story great room featuring an open staircase
woodwork, and a freestanding floor to ceiling three sided stone fireplace. This home was designed with every detail in mind showcasing an elegantly appointed
Thank you for the question. The home is located in an area where they get a lot of snow as it melts, ice forms
a little much, but kind of the idea.
“Nice decks” — caroline789
John Prindle
of the family names in this home. How freaking awesome! So sentimental too.
Names of family members living in the home inscribed in the railings in
live in this home are rendered in a more obscure language here: Morse code.
The names of the family members who live in this home are rendered
The names of the family members who live in this home are rendered in Morse code.
this is the idea to have a panel baluster(s) instead of single balusters?? these are ugly but shows the idea of a wood panel decorative
The names of the family members who live in this home are rendered in a more obscure language here: Morse code.
morse code, like a spy's home
“Names of family members living in the home inscribed in the railings in morse code!” — aliastephanie
Angelini and Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Contemporary Ann Arbor Home
enlarged home builds on the underlying good bones of the original house. The vertical tower became the main pivot point and focal point to the home with the
includes new windows that bring southwestern light into the center of the home. The stone veneer continues along the base of the building with new horizontal
horizontal cedar siding above. The horizontal planes and spaces of the home pinwheel from the central vertical stair tower, crowned in a unique room at the
with a covered porch and new landscaping steps, a remodeled and enlarged home office with stone veneered interior walls, a remodeled powder room, a kitchen
“modern exterior” — nidhikirti
Michael Lee Architects
4 Reviews
DiLeva Residence
Can I have more pictures about this home please I will be thankful?!?:)
what kind of roof is on this home and what color?
I love the exterior colors of this home. Can you tell me what was used
Love it!!! Excellent welcome home entrance
Concrete but green make it warmer Ideas for flower boxes
modern home...Dream home exterior...Modern home design...Modern home
“Fachada” — Ing. Antonio Guerra
AFP Interiors LLC
17 Reviews
Home office
Decorator show house home office design. Room inspired by the draperies. Design by AFP Interiors, Elkridge, MD. Photo by Photos by Heather Owens.
my grandparents' kitchen table and mine growing up. It's now my desk in my home office. Consider a table for a desk if you like this size of this one. Good
Because this was a show house room, the light did not need to function. In a home, this lamp would not be possible without a few rug tricks.
Thank you for your inquiry on the lamp. I believe I found this one at HomeGoods! You never know what great finds you will see there.
Nice idea for hanging drapery. The color tones are good for room that have wood floors and arts and crafts design interior.
This would make a beautiful living room to see as soon as you walk into a home. A desk floated on a cool printed rug becomes the main attraction. The rest
“colors and pinch pleats” — kassidyskitchen
Matthew Frederick - M. Frederick L.L.C.
Bucks County
Gorgeous english countryside style to this stone home.
Research your home's history. First check with the State Historic Preservation Office to find out if your home is a historic structure, if you're not sure
because any changes you are considering making will be affected by your home's historical status. You can also go to your city or county offices and ask
address. These property and land records can provide clues about when your home was built and how it may have changed over the years.But the most helpful
actually easier to find in person. Old town records, original photographs of homes, historical maps and relevant newspaper articles are all items that can be
I would love this as a summer home
“low fence profile” — jgapper
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