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Ideas for new home
nice front porch; love the built-in swing! really want one. ceiling maybe ok outside but not inside.
love the windows; like the ceiling; don't like the light fixtures; definitely don't want stovetop on island and probbably don't need extra sink either
probably won't have any steps in my yard, but these sure are cute
cute path; might make a nice patio
love paths with stuff growing between the stepping stones
windowseat with shelves on either side
like the cabinets and the mirrors for a kids' bathroom
iron and ironing board storage
super cute mudroom; love the beadboard; cubbies are a nice width; drawers underneath are clever; definitely need a bench; maybe do cabinets above instead; wouldn't do a wood floor
this is just lovely; really like this floor! the ceiling might be too formal; don't like the window covering, the light fixtures or the chairs; love the overall feel of the soft creamy colors and the natural light
love the windows and french doors; like the way the porch seems like an extension of the house rather than three flimsy walls of screens; love the built-in swing on screen porch (I am a huge fan of swings, especially when built in); would gladly have one on the front porch and one in the screen porch!
like the soft colors on this exterior
love the windows
love this gray-blue color; like the stone with it; maybe use stone on the exterior of house for foundation/exposed basement? the whole color palette is very nice (jeremy thinks ok but maybe doesn't like quite as much or it could just be the pointiness, swoops, and too much stone)
like the free-standing bathtub next to a big window; nice idea to have shelves built into the walls on either side; don't like the color of the walls at all
like this floor for a mudroom and/or laundry room; like the bottom part for cubbies/lockers
example of closed cabinets for the mudroom -- don't think that's what I want; bench is a nice idea
like the beadboard; think wood floor in mudroom is a bad idea because it will always get wet
these cubbies seem nice and spacious; need enough room to fit backpacks and all snow clothes
another example of closed cabinets for a mudroom; makes the room much neater, but almost too stark and not homey enough; also, not as convenient because you still need to open and close the doors instead of just grab and go
like the idea of a desk area to dump and sort mail right in the mudroom, also like the bulletin board above for calendar, schedules, etc., like the window seat/bench, do not want a giant shoe rack, though!
like the look of this woodwork; maybe use something like this instead of beadboard?
another picture of the exterior color that I like
bar for hangers