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P. Shea Design
3 Reviews
Evans St. - Franklin Historic District
Ideabooks3,159
Questions7
what color is the outside of the house?
Love the porch posts and the style of this house Franklin Lloyd Wright?
House batten board siding and set back garage
Brick Bottom, Color, Decorative Arches on Deck and Top of House
board and batten on garage side of house, with trim line
love house paint color
My country house Mali
garage at back of house
facelift for house and garage
like house style...I like this house...Historic Renovation...Style of house...The house...House color...white house...House Color
“look at the siding” — suzzzeq
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Farmhouse
Ideabooks7,667
Questions14
having a porch like this does prevent the day light coming into the house and make inside a lot darker? thanks..
Do you have anymore pictures of this houses' exterior and interior? We
We just purchased a 1980's ranch house to renovate. Do you have anymore pictures of this homes' exterior and interior
How m² for this house ?
Where can I see the house plans for this home? It's amazing!
This is a lovely house.Congrats you on the project. I love houses with porches, wrap around porches even appeals me more. I live in Turkey with four seasons and we have 4 months winter over here
Is this house/porch on a concrete slab foundation? Curious what type covering you have the wraps around the bottom portion of the porch? Are the wholes for ventilation. Thanks for any description and sorry if you answered this already.
“Like the windows and column details” — kjohn83
Symbol Audio
Symbol New York Studio Before/After
Ideabooks1,266
Questions1
Hi, could you tell me or show me the inside house plan for this idea? thanks!
is a renovation of a warehouse in Nyack, New York, into a studio and showroom for Symbol Audio. Architect Sebastian Quinn transformed the flat box into a building with some personality by adding some clerestories on the roof.
corten - consider one accent wall on north side of house (with reclaimed barnwood)
The second project is a renovation of a warehouse in Nyack, New York, into a studio and showroom for Symbol Audio. Architect Sebastian Quinn transformed the flat box into a building
“Louvers” — marianoviquez
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
11 Reviews
View from eastern pasture.
Ideabooks3,342
Questions4
Could you tell me what type of siding you used on this house? Beautiful!
What is the square footage of the main house and guest house?
How many bedrooms in the main house and guest house/
500 sf and the guest house is approximately 1,000 sf. Dan
Would the guest house be considered an attached structure/addition? Wondering if it would satisfy local code for "inlaw" apartment that has to be attached to main house.
Thanks for your nice comment ! Yes both houses were built at the
"main house with the breezeway being the outdoor room - ability to close off elements. Now I know who to contact :) Nice work, Dan Nelson (Sorry but was thought streaming and didn't want to lose it)
the same time but it would be fairly easy to build this house in phases. Take Care, Dan
“love the breezeway attachment” — cla14150953
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Exterior
Ideabooks6,712
Questions10
where can I buy the house numbers?
Hello, Does anyone know what kind of brick this house is made from? Thank you.
The house is 2005 Mathews Drive. Austin, TX
Install house numbers that are large and well-lit ...
5. Choose quality materials. Finally, think about every aspect of your project with that first "r" — reduce — in mind. We're currently renovating a house in Philadelphia built in the 1700s. The floors are
the plaster is original; the brick front is original. By using materials that last, such as brick, we reduce the number of times a home needs to be renovated. And that means less waste and less energy used making new materials (and less work for contractors like me). Of course, there will always be work
“like these colors, dark iron accents with plain bage brick” — Joanna Heinzen
valboyd
Mid-Century Modern Atlanta
Ideabooks3,911
Questions2
Nice mid-century modern renovation by Cablik Enterprises in Atlanta.
Hi. It's not my house, but I put it here because I plan to get doors like this. They're from Crestview Doors. Many selections to choose from: http://www.crestviewdoors.com/ Good luck!
Thanks for the link. From a drab nothing house to wow, thats pretty nice.
Unfortunately, it's not my home, just one I admire and hope to emulate. But here's a link to more photos and details about the renovation: http://www.cablikenterprises.com/atlanta-modern-homes/1394ragleyhall
and side of the house - **** Will this make the house look smaller? If your split-level house looks top heavy thanks to the large second-story facade, try adding a bulky porch to the other side of the home to balance the look.
“split entry fence” — sjchristen
Tongue & Groove
10 Reviews
Ranch Re-invigorated
Ideabooks18,267
Questions15
Do you have pics of the back and side of the house?
How do i get a picture of the back, side and floor plan of the house.
How many square feet is this house?
How big should your lot be to be able to build a house like this?
Does any know what the exterior paint color is on this house?
www.lislearchitecture.com/ Ask to speak with David about the plans for the Edgerton Renovation.
title of this page). We've remodeled our ranch with Craftsman elements and it looks very similar to this. Check out the pictures of the back of the house below, as well as the interior shots. It's a redesigned ranch. Ranch homes lend themselves very well to Craftsman/Prairie design.
House elevation for my renovated house
this house is very similar to ours
“I like these wide shallow steps and sides. good to sit on” — raqueldeanlopez
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
Ideabooks3,990
Questions2
Porch on part, house on rest
If I had a lake house this would be it.
us: Which is your favorite renovation detail?
The family took the opportunity to rebuild the house, keeping all of the details and charm they loved while making it better suited to their needs. From the outside an observer would never guess this isn’t the original house — but inside, the structure
includes details that make many areas accessible for a family member who is in a wheelchair. “The original houses built on this lake were constructed inexpensively,” says architect Jason Gaddis. “The old house had no foundation or insulation. In fact, in the kitchen, you could see daylight through the cracks
“style of the house” — Mimi Skiljo
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