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Doug Towle
The William Farley House
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Early American Style Secret: Stacked Stone It’s well documented that the Pilgrims used the materials the land provided, including
York Times, there are several New England stone fences dating to the mid-1600s that survive today.
Early American Style Secret: Stacked Stone It’s well documented that the Pilgrims used the materials the land provided, including
produces the siding the way it was made in the 1700s.
Early American Style Secret: Stacked StoneIt’s well documented that the Pilgrims used the materials
on a Sunday. It turned out to be a one-room schoolhouse built in the 1700s. (Towle attended a one-room schoolhouse when he was a child.)He restored it
York Times, there are several New England stone fences dating to the mid-1600s that survive today.
“One room school house from 18th cent?” — Lauren Shannon Meersseman
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sarah & bendrix
living room
Ideabooks5,129
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my husband and I to be our children’s first valentines, to shape their impressions of this holiday and teach them it’s not merely about romance, but about
everyone shares their loving Valentine’s Day wishes with their families. Full story: The Real Importance of Valentine’s Day
that, of all holidays, I’m suggesting you make sure to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your children.Can we agree — no matter how lowly you rate the importance
about love.” — Alison HodgsonDo you have a Whitman’s Sampler chocolate hangover today, or perhaps you’re feeling a little queasy at how much those quickly
“narrow fireplace by valor” — rickmccallan
Estes/Twombly Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Field House
Ideabooks1,250
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should be ban­ished from ev­ery ar­chi­tect’s and builder’s lex­i­con. Just be­cause some­thing looks good
the list published by the USDA Forest Products Lab. It classifies native U.S. woods into categories depending on their natural resistance to decay.
Bleaching oil is a good option for this approach. It’s a translucent stain with a small amount of gray pigment with bleach in it.
gray you see in weathered siding. By applying it to all surfaces before it’s installed, you’re essentially hastening the weathering process and simultaneously
almost impossible to furnish should be banished from every architect’s and builder’s lexicon. Just because something looks good in a floor plan doesn’t
“White wash?” — KOLLMEYER CONSTRUCTION
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
My Houzz: Cody McBurnett
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Waylon’s bedroom fits in perfectly with the rest of the home. “Since Waylon’s room is tiny, we wanted it to feel like a continuation of the living room
Waylon’s bedroom fits in perfectly with the rest of the home. ‘Since Waylon’s room is tiny, we wanted it to feel like
room, so we used the same wall color,” McBurnett says. “Because it’s a dark wall color, we went bright with everything else. We didn’t go with a traditional
deminted currency. The airplane was a 10-year-anniversary gift from a friend. It’s a model of the Icelandair airplane on which the couple met.Chair: White on
“polica” — kokokokokokodak
Norris Architecture
3 Reviews
rear View
Ideabooks924
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Use of glass to update modernist 30's home
of a major architectural style that is said to have emerged in the 1920s and 1930s, the formative decades of modern architecture, as first defined by Americans
International - European architects of the 1920s and 1930s adopted a philosophy of no ornamentation, and all elements served only
International Style of the 1920's & 1930's.
International European architects of the 1920s and 1930s adopted a philosophy of no ornamentation, and all elements served only
house built in 30s for comparison
“house built in 30s for comparison” — donnaaddition
Modulis Vendome
Mes réalisations
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your design. Their footprints are comparatively modest. Plan for a space that’s at least 10 to 12 in. (25 to 31 cm) in diameter and 54 to 84 in. (137 to 213
your design. Their footprints are comparatively modest. Plan for a space that’s at least 10 to 12 in. (25 to 31 cm) in diameter and 54 to 84 in. (137 to 213
“The furniture is all within the same scale; streamlined, low to the floor, clean.” — liliquoi1974
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks6,209
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just doesn’t fit. I don’t care if your great-aunt Sally gave it to you. If it’s not working for you, then find a new home for it (maybe in a different room)
just doesn’t fit. I don’t care if your great-aunt Sally gave it to you. If it’s not working for you, then find a new home for it (maybe in a different room)
“entrance” — Wen Shi
alsoCAN Architects
2 Reviews
Resort Penthouse Conversation Pit
Ideabooks551
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70's inspired shag pile and white leather conversation pit in the parent's retreat Photo by Jane McDougall
very james bond, total overboard 70s style look, Build wise a work of art wether you like it or not.
Everything: sunken lounge, lamps, tassels, circularity, 70's inspiration
This ’70s inspired shag pile and white leather conversation pit is in the parent’s retreat of a penthouse apartment in Melbourne
“Guests kick back” — Trisha Ripper
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