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Margaret Donaldson Interiors
Southern Living Idea House
room, home office Cozy library , living room, home office
for a home office ...
Bookshelves- home office
Home office, desk...home office
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Black Banks Plantation
close to home for island residents. Due in large part to the military's improvement of the island's infrastructure during the war, development on the island boomed in the 1950s and 1960s. More permanent homes and subdivisions were built, and the island was no longer just a summer resort but also a thriving
census, home to 12,743 residents. Early History The earliest St. Simons Island Village record of human habitation on the island dates to the Late Archaic Period, about 5,000 to 3,000 years ago. Remnants of shell rings left behind by Native Americans from this era survive on many of the barrier islands
became home to two Spanish missions: San Buenaventura de Guadalquini, on the southern tip of the island, and Santo Domingo de Asao (or Asajo), on the northern tip. Located on the inland side of the island were the pagan refugee villages of San Simón, the island's namesake, and Ocotonico. In 1684 pirate
Peter Rose Architecture and Interiors
Acadia Road Residence
It's a home office/library, university style!
Home office, bookcases
home office...Eric home office
Malbec Homes & Renovations
From Concrete Barn to Custom Home
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Malbec Homes & Renovations
Duket Architects Planners
older homes, this stone Tudor Cottage is located on a triangular lot at the point of convergence of two tree lined streets. A new garage and addition to the west of the existing house have been shaped and proportioned to conform to the existing home, with its large chimneys and dormered roof. A new
consider this home? It is stunning!
Could this space provide a home for a mommy and daughter?
Building a new home in Nevada...daughter is single with a 3 year old...would love to build her a luxury living space above this garage
Rough Hollow Entry
Parade of Homes, this 6,778 square foot home is an exquisite addition to the prestigious Lakeway neighborhood. The Santa Barbara style home features a welcoming colonnade, lush courtyard, beautiful casita, spacious master suite with a private outdoor covered terrace, and a unique Koi pond beginning underneath
throughout the home. Photography by Coles Hairston
envision the home. Small central courtyard and koi pond. Finishes also similar to this home.
I really love the covered patio leading to the patio. What if we did a circle in the middle and a small open courtyard but with a large covered patio all the way around. Could make each home feel more private but also open.
Barton Creek Residence Casita
designing this home. The home is divided into four basic living zones: private owner’s suite, informal living area, kids area upstairs, and a flexible guest entertaining area. The entry is unique in that it takes you directly through to the outdoor living area, and also provides separation of the owners’ private
of the home. There are no formal living or dining areas; instead the breakfast and family rooms were enlarged to entertain more comfortably in an informal manner. One great feature of the detached casita is that it has a lower activity area, which helps the house connect to the property below. This
door at home and cannot find the right window treatment for it.
designing this home. The home is divided into four basic living zones: private owner’s suite, informal living area, kids area upstairs, and a flexible guest entertaining area. The entry is unique in that it takes you directly through to the outdoor living area, and also provides separation of the own
Hill Country Residence
creating a home with a contemporary flow and finish while providing a warm setting for daily life was accomplished through mixing warm natural finishes such as stained wood with gray tones in concrete and local limestone. The home's program also hinged around using both passive and active green features.
of this home allows privacy from the street while providing unique vistas throughout the house and to the surrounding hill country and downtown skyline. Layering rooms with each other as well as circulation galleries, insures seclusion while allowing stunning downtown views. The owners' goals of creating
pleasing home which reflects the lifestyle and needs of the clients. Photography by Adam Steiner