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My Houzz: Colorful Vintage Finds fill a Chic Modern Farmhouse
if you could ever tell me where the amazing fire pit is from I would really appreciate it!!!!! Thanks a million, gorgeous home
reminds me of family home in South Carolina.
White House with sky blue Porcje ceiling
I love the whole house, but this photo shows how welcoming the make-do attitude can
An array of vintage chairs surround the outdoor fire pit. Large wooden stumps act as side tables, and the horse trough houses fragrant rosemary bushes.
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
Industrial Living Room
Pretty sure I know this house.
Beach house couch...passive solar home...House up the street...Beach house...Summer home...Home structure...Glass house...Seattle house...Next house
Massachusetts Farm House
Lovely house. Where are the pendant lights from? Thanks
A kitchen update with restraint - honors the age of the home, yet doesn't look like a museum piece. Lovely.
Small home / kitchen done well
D: This is big. Now picture it new. This is a really old house.
was once used for cooking. The hearth forms a mass that connects to two additional fireplaces in surrounding rooms. There are four fireplaces in the house, three of which are original.
Exterior, master bathroom added in zig-zag because of setbacks
Hell, Your homes are beautifully redone. We live in Oakland, and have a tar and gravel roof, and a terrible old brick siding. We have terrible Home Depot gutters along the edges, and I am curious to know if the construction type shown on this house is a detail
Western Red Cedar from being too red. Rather, more like walnut when its finished with a clear poly. Here's the screen and ceiling unfinished at my home.
concrete and gravel/ back side of house?
medium gray house, natural wood fence
The property setback line was on a pretty sharp angle from the house, so Klopf created a sawtooth-shaped addition instead of a rectangular addition, giving the homeowners a small bathroom and a separate vanity room next to the bedroom. The bathroom's rear door opens up to the pool area, giving the clients
Storch Entertainment Systems
future house with pools
Ryan and Isabelle Home
House Plan of the future
pool house...Modern home...Dream home...Modern house...pool with home...my dream house...grand house...house idea
The Impatient Gardener
something very close). I've since changed it to BM Down Pour Blue. You can see both versions here: http://www.theimpatientgardener.com/2011/08/white-house-with-blue-door-gets-paint.html
way cute! would look good on a small house.
curved step for side entry on front of house
is the door; I love the color, shape, and style. But, the reason I am interested in this picture is the portico, this is exactly what the front of my home needs.
and windows from bad weather (saving you money), and protect a house's exterior and foundation from water runnoff.
Bring it home: Does your home say something about you at first glance, or does it look exactly like your neighbors' homes? Maybe a brilliant royal blue door is the way to say, "Hello,
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
If the house is like our old home the walls are originial construction using sawmill lumber.
they look like School House Electric?
mirror-mounted sconces that free up wall area. A serene white-on-white palette helps the room to feel more expansive.Tour this 540-square-foot family home
tiny house bathroom 2
Perfect tiny beach house idea,
Pedestal sink Home Depot, Liberty
Tiny House...Exquisite house...tiny house...Tiny House6...Sink - home depot
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
residence that reflected the footprint and spirit of the original home. Materials for the new house include Alaskan cedar shingle panels interspersed with glass sections. The home has three levels: one for the owners, one for their guests, and one for living and dining. A simple glass and shingle pavilion
This low-key two-story house is sited on a classic ocean front site. The original house, slated for demolition, was built into the dune before current coastal construction standards requiring a much higher elevation. The goal was to keep the existing scale and dynamics of the site and design a residence
pavilion overlooks a negative edge pool while a path from the garage leads through a natural seaside landscape along the pool and up to the house. Solar control is achieved though the use of overhangs in the southern exposures. Extra thick walls allow for superior insulation, and a geothermal system is employed
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