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Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Location: Chester County, PennsylvaniaSize: 600 square feetThis Pennsylvania homeowner and collector of Tolkien books and artifacts worked closely with architect Peter Archer throughout the design and build of this hobbit-inspired cottage
Sudbury Design Group
year-round, but most people install fencing in the warmer months, when they are more likely to use outdoor living spaces.Permit: Check with your homeowner’s association, if you have one, and with your local municipality. Nearly all cities and towns have fence regulations, and many require a permit for
Log Cabin - Kitchen
kitchen is a big appliance door-blocker and dictated some of the layout. However, Ricco and the homeowner didn’t demolish this and certain other elements, as they are such a part of the home’s personality.The homeowner already owned the table and chairs, and they’re a great fit for the eat-in space.
Susan Jay Design
Brentwood - Sullivan Canyon
Small shelves above the doorway display the homeowners' PEZ dispenser collection. Oma and Bunny Lou, the family's Labradors, get comfortable in the dining room.
Not going to lie. I love Pez and have always been fascinated by the dispensers. So this homeowner's collection that spans multiple shelves
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
Pontatoc Residence Remodel
Mountains. The couple asked the architectural team of Luis Ibarra and Teresa Rosano to give them a contemporary space that conformed to the development’s homeowner’s association design guidelines, and that would offer a roomy backdrop for their modern art and rustic, large-scale furniture, created by California
don't think everything needs to be done all at once, you do what you can and work around it." There are many design blogs and websites that show homeowners moving through house projects rather quickly, but this is a refreshing outlook, and I think it can help a lot of people feel more at ease about the
I don’t think everything needs to be done all at once, you do what you can and work around it.’There are many design blogs and websites that show homeowners moving through house projects rather quickly, but this is a refreshing outlook, and I think it can help a lot of people feel more at ease about the
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
Fougeron designed the building structure to strategically shield the south areas from the northwest winds. The homeowners can stand in the garden or have a glass of wine on the patio with friends without feeling like they’re going to blow away.
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
The southwest-facing terrace provides the homeowners with an open yet private spot for relaxing and entertaining. The brickwork and the pigment-dyed concrete floors on the terrace create a seamless transition into the interior of the house. The homeowners chose a vintage Russell Woodard design for the