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Structures Building Company
5 Reviews
Daniel Island 2
What are the floor plans for this home? And how much square footage is there?
Shape of the home & way cladding used
that really add to the home's usability and its light and fresh feel. The more contemporary tower on the right adds to and complements the home without altering the primary form of the home. With the two eaves on the left forming a mass of their own, the main structure of the home feels like it has the
“Exterior” — ctaylor19
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
desired Mid-century or Postwar Modern home? Well, in the 1950s and 1960s Australian architects were once again inspired by postwar California, where – like in Australia – families enjoyed more prosperity, had more children and moved to the suburbs to live in their own homes. In both California and Australia
outdoors into residential housing. Thus, Mid-century homes had large windows and sliding doors, open-plan living and interconnected living spaces, along with sheltered courtyards and spacious gardens. WHY WE LOVE IT: Form followed function in Mid-century homes – no superfluous ornament or decorative flourishes
16. Meet the neighboursThis mid-century home, owned by Australia’s bedlinen queen Tracie Ellis, converted a neglected front yard into an inviting social spot – a perfect place to get to know the
“Railing” — hester8
Sudbury Design Group
1 Review
Chestnut Hill Residence
This stately, Chestnut Hill, circa 1890, brick home sits on idyllic grounds of mature planting. Our objective was to integrate the new with the old world charm of the property. We achieved this with additional plantings, seasonal color, restoring and adding masonry walls and steps as well as the in
Is this boston ivy climbing onto the home??
Keep vines trimmed clear of windows, doors, drainpipes, gutters, shutters and rooflines — any type of vine that becomes entangled in your home’s architectural features can cause serious damage, including leaks and rot.
Such a beautiful exterior, who wouldn't love coming home to this? Absolutely gorgeous!
stone and brick walls are best for Vine Coverer Home
“Flowers” — Cindy Dawn
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
City: Kirkland Residence
This home in the exclusive Mt. Vere Estates is among the most beautiful in Greenville. The extraordinary grounds and gardens complement the equally exceptional interiors of the home. Stunning yet comfortable, every aspect of the home invites and impresses. Classic, understated elegance at its best
best. Materials of Note: Custom Wood paneling; Bacharach Crystal Chandelier in Dining Room; Brick Flooring in Kitchen; Faux Treatments throughout Home Rachael Boling Photography
Design | Postcard from Paris Home
These are silk blend drapes that were custom made by the workroom at Postcard from Paris Home. Unfortunately, we do not have the exact color of the fabric.
The rug is an oushak from Postcard from Paris Home. macy@postcardfromparis.com 864.233.6622 www.postcardfromparis.com
“Drape placement” — rickcher
Carlton Architecture
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
Ridge Mountains. The residence overlooks a mountain lake with expansive mountain views beyond. The design ties the home to its surroundings and enhances the ability to experience both home and nature together. The entry level serves as the primary living space and is situated into three groupings; the
“Windows (bathroom)” — drshon
CSE & Associates, INC.
2 Reviews
Red Ledges Custom Home
How many sq ft is this house? And the million dollar question, price per sq ft for a home like this?
this home is approximately 4500 square feet and the cost to build was about $225 per square foot.
Notice stone that was used to elevate home
Beautiful rustic home.
Overall look of the home
Red Ledges Custom Home
Dream home!
“too big, but very pretty!” — meganakester
Tandem Architecture & Construction
Old Irving Park Single-Family Home
Unfortunately I could not find out the brand, these were installed by the owner after the home was finished.
Brad's home office needs built in back credenza and window
Old Irving Park Single-Family Home
Home office...home office...single-family home
“bookcase style in background. layout of room is similar to how we are planning,” — Bert Sutcliffe
Phil Kean Design Group
13 Reviews
elevator, and garage entrance. The home’s great room and kitchen open to the lanai, summer kitchen, and garden via folding and pocketing glass doors and uses a retractable screen concealed in the lanai. When the screen is lowered, it holds up to 90% of the home’s conditioned air and keeps out insects
floor master and exercise rooms open to balconies. The challenge was to connect the main home to the existing guest house which was accomplished with a center garden and floating step walkway which mimics the main home’s entrance. The garden features a fountain, fire pit, pool, outdoor arbor dining area
This contemporary home features clean lines and extensive details, a unique entrance of floating steps over moving water, attractive focal points, great flows of volumes and spaces, and incorporates large areas of indoor/outdoor living on both levels. Taking aging in place into consideration, there
“OUTDOOR KITCHEN” — happymom310
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