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Cameo Homes Inc.
11 Reviews
Federal Heights Remodel by Cameo Homes Inc. in Salt Lake City, Utah
Ideabooks2,837
Questions6
Federal Heights Remodel by Cameo Homes Inc. in Salt Lake City, Utah
Remodeled home in Federal Heights, Utah by Cameo Homes Inc.
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Min | Day Architects
House on Lake Okoboji
Ideabooks2,542
Questions2
Beautiful home. But to correct Steven Corley Randel's comment, Lake Okoboji is in Iowa, not Nebraska.
Home above the garage
modern home...dream home...Very modern homes
“window outtie” — Jones Whitsett Architects
Gonyea Homes & Remodeling
2 Reviews
Woolman Woods Model - Spring 2012
Ideabooks3,206
Questions5
Perhaps doors like this for the indoor doors from our office to the interior to our home.
Gonyea Homes & Remodeling
home office...office at home
“stand alone desl\k” — arelis724
Fotograf Lisbet Spörndly
Cat's house
Ideabooks1,499
Questions2
James left much of the decorating up to Cat, so she chose the majority of the fabrics and wall coverings for their home. They already had most of their furniture from previous homes, and Cat incorporated a mix of French, Indonesian, Swedish and British pieces. Couch: Mio; rug: Ikea; coffee table
James left much of the decorating up to Cat, so she chose the majority of the fabrics and wall coverings for their home. They already had most of their furniture from previous homes, and Cat incorporated a mix of French, Indonesian, Swedish and British pieces. Couch: Mio; rug: Ikea; coffee table, bench:
James left much of the decorating up to Cat, so she chose the majority of the fabrics and wall coverings for their home. They already had most of their furniture from previous homes, and Cat incorporated a mix of French, Indonesian and Swedish pieces. Couch: Mio; rug: Ikea; coffee table, bench: teak
“Coffee table” — rmazuk
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks2,735
Questions1
the sports event, awards ceremony or science fair will take up far less room, and will probably feel more meaningful down the road anyway. midcentury home office by Adrienne DeRosa Adrienne DeRosa Negative keepsakes. Some journal writing is really just venting — it's the process of doing it that's important;
is to stay true to the architect's original vision, while modernizing the space effectively. This new built in desk utilizes a tricky spot in an old home, but fits in easily with its use of the same wood and style.
Likely inspired by the home office designs of Frank Lloyd Wright, this desk blends into the corner of the room. The lamp lures the eye lower, which makes the small area seem cluttered
“Rich wood colors” — mattchat
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Bollman
Ideabooks5,479
Questions2
Drapes on upper deck would look good on our home
thought to add extention above kitchen for extra bedroom could create entire new area of home but still be attached.
CRAZY for this modern romantic home. Yes, please
Dream home design
“veranda curtains gravel and planters” — rlsmay
TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS
3 Reviews
East Village Penthouse
Ideabooks6,292
Questions9
penthouse condos...with a helical slide. In this transformation, two identical 1-bedroom units, one atop the other, were combined into a duplex 2-bedroom home with the option to descend in the usual way on a new Italian-made "Rintal" stair, or more speedily, in a seated position, careening through the hew
Unfortunately not now, but I think we would all secretly love a slide on our homes!
Let's do this in our new home!
totally wild ... like a giant indoor slide. What does your heart desire? Is there something you always dreamed of having as a child? Now that you have a home of your own, you have a chance to make those dreams come true. Bring on that slide, firefighter pole, loft or rock climbing wall.
“love this slide! How about in the bunk room itself? Or maybe I can sneak it behind the stairs some” — Joanne Gosser
Designing Solutions
56 Reviews
Bethesda Photoshoot
Ideabooks7,361
Questions3
Children's play area in a big home
hoop! How can I add this room to my own home? I will add it to my honey-do list.Next: Browse more ideas for kids' spaces8 Ways to Reinvent the Dining RoomHow to Make a Pizza-Box Wall StencilGuest Picks: Finds for the Perfect Playroom
Doesn't every home have a basketball court in the basement.
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