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Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Citrus Bloom
Ideabooks21,932
Questions19
less shine for my garage doors. My house color is a tan color with a charcoal roof and black shutters. All trim is white. The garage doors are located in the back of the house. They are currently white and am looking to add a little pop in the back of the house. Please advise if you think this would
I'm reshingling a portion of my house and removing the clapboard and love this look, are these shingles by Maibec? Love the color of these as well, and am looking at Maibec as an option...there is a color close to this house. This house was beautifully done, there is not one detail I
would look ok or if I should go with the same color as the house (tan). Many thanks!!!
Hello, can you tell me length of breezeway? Do you think 5' would be sufficient between a garage and house with a connecting platform like this? Or too close? I have between 4-6' but would like to use minimum. Thank you.
“House to garage” — skja
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
Ideabooks6,676
Questions5
can you tell me the measurement between the colums, great house!
How do I get my hands on this house plan? I love it!
You are better off contacting a local architect, explaining to them what about this house you like and what else you want in your new home, and let them design something specifically for you.
Long balcony on one side of house upstairs Another long balcony in bottom
perfect Colonial style beach house with wrap around balcony
porches dominate the area. If you've ever visited Charleston, South Carolina, you've seen that many of these go down the side of the house, while the narrowest part of the house faces the street. This is because of an old tax code that had a formula based on a home's streetfront area.
“Just love the porch & balcony..” — jane1947
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Cape Cod Shingle Style
Ideabooks6,161
Questions1
This house is an excellent example of Meyer & Meyer’s work transforming existing homes into classic New England shingle-style architecture. The owner’s program called for specific elements to be included in the design, including wraparound porches on the front of the house, a completely rebuilt second
north side that included a new master suite wing and library. The house sits on a high bluff with dramatic views of the Atlantic Ocean. The existing cottage’s foundation, chimney, and several window locations were retained. A pool house, family room and breezeway were added five years later.
Keep in mind how the bed fits in with your garden and helps highlight the architectural features of your house. Experiment with different
“Flower Garden” — memejo78
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Bryant Street Traditional
Ideabooks2,048
Questions3
Hello - this house is beautiful! would you be willing to post a head on photo of the exterior? It is hard to tell in the pictures what the front of the house looks like! Thanks very much if you are able to post!
Beautiful house, can you tell me the color and brand
Do you have any photos of the full front of the house?
What is the square footage of the house?
Thank you for your kind comments. We're so glad you enjoy this project. There is a very large pine tree immediately in front of this house (limbs visible on the left side of this photo) which make a front elevation
gray and white big house - beautiful
Potential what front will look like. See left back part of house picture
“Love this front of house” — Tom Dee Tipton
Burke Coffey Architecture Design Inc.
Ivy Road House, Atlanta, Georgia
Ideabooks4,141
Questions9
Love this paint color. What colors were used on house and trim?
My house is very similar to this. I need a new roof and can't decide.
I want this for our house outside
I love the porte cocher on the side of the house
white house/ black shutters/ brick stairs
If you want a carport on the side of the house, this is a lovely one to wash cars
“Brick stairs to entry door” — lbcosip
Lendrum Photography LLC
MapleLawn Farm
Ideabooks3,563
Questions1
love this house outside! looks inviting!!
nice country style house and fire pit
Like the style of this house
Adorable little house!
farm house but modern
love the beach house look
more classic farm house?
ripe peaches at a farm stand — in summer the simplest pleasures are often the best.Tell us: What’s on your to-do list for July?More ways to get your house ready for July
Love back of house...Back of house...The whole house...farm house fire pit...Farm house...existing house...Two Story House...white house...House Color
“Two homes and fire Pitt” — 3psinapod
My House Design Build Team
9 Reviews
West Van Modern Tranquility
Ideabooks1,000
Questions3
completed Turkel/ Lindal home. A beautiful modern design fitting beautifully onto a small lot. Stunning modern design with dramatic ‘butterfly’ roof. House nestled into narrow, south-sloping lot – sweeping view to English Bay Micro-line ‘Smoked White Oak’ Engineered hardwood plank flooring throughout
Is it possible to buy the plans for this house?
I live in MN and would love to build this house across the street from the local lake! It would give us great lake views! Thank you!
Ideas for Slaten & Lara's house
Could have the entrance to house on bottom floor
“design idea” — jridu
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks4,380
Questions7
You’re doing a whole-house energy retrofit on a house that is occupied continuously and has a decent thermal envelope with above-average energy efficiency. If your house has poor or standard energy efficiency, radiant heating may not ever provide you with real comfort. If your house is particularly well
cooling to your house. Unless you have particular renovation constraints, you’re most likely going to be looking at a hydronic system — one based on water. Here are some tips to help you get started and some info on why hydronic systems are generally preferred over electric for whole-house projects. Project:
The poured concrete foundation of the house was polished to become the finished floor. A hydronic radiant heat system lies underneath.
“Paint poles/wood beams dark/walls ceiling white/light” — sandyknauf71
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