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Stonewood, LLC
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Exterior Photos
Ideabooks32,673
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What is the name/brand/color of the shingles and siding on this home? We are currently building and really like this combination. Thank you.
Hello! What a beautiful home. Can you tell me what the material is that makes up the patio
beautiful, stunning, and very inviting home. Maureen
this home...like the idea of using a shaker shingles on the back of the house
“Patio fire pit” — brendakelly
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Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Cat Mountain Residence
Ideabooks4,065
Questions5
addition, the final design iteration for this home is uniquely multifaceted. Structural considerations required a more extensive tear down, however the clients wanted the entire remodel design kept intact, essentially recreating much of the existing home. The overall floor plan design centers on maximizing
design. The architect and client collaboration strived to achieve modern, clean spaces playfully interjecting rustic elements throughout the home. Greenbelt Homes Glynis Wood Interiors Photography by Bryant Hill
connects interior spaces in the inner court. The client, who also specializes in residential interiors, had a vision of ‘transitional’ style for the home, marrying clean and contemporary elements with touches of antique charm. Energy efficient materials along with reclaimed architectural wood details
“Soak tub” — agrt
BUILD LLC
Halladay Street Remodel
Ideabooks3,711
Questions7
was tasked with fully updating this neglected home and site to accommodate the owners’ lifestyle and young boys. Relying and expanding on our experience of redesigning and rebuilding mid-century modern homes, BUILD’s updates encompass all aspects of the home and site, including the interior program, systems
systems and finishes. Without adding any new volume, the usable square footage of this home was effectively doubled by thoughtful refinishing and revitalizing of the lower basement level. This design brings a refreshed relationship to the site and landscape as well as the remodeled pool area, particularly
from the lower level. This house has been able to maintain its mid-century roots and form, while accommodating a family’s needs and desires for a home built for the current era. Photography by BUILD LLC.
“Lights” — 1950srancher
Terrat Elms Interior Design
7 Reviews
Cambridge Victorian
Ideabooks7,760
Questions7
other rooms. No matter the size of your home, when you have a baby, the baby’s stuff will end up in every room in your home. It’s the law. Don’t fight it; be smart about it: Reserve at least one shelf, cabinet or drawer in every piece of furniture in your home (save, perhaps, your own dresser) for baby
other rooms. No matter the size of your home, when you have a baby, the baby’s stuff will end up in every room in your home. It’s the law. Don’t fight it; be smart about it: Reserve at least one shelf, cabinet or drawer in every piece of furniture in your home (save, perhaps, your own dresser) for baby
“Playroom” — Paula Turocy
Designing Solutions
57 Reviews
Bethesda Photoshoot
Ideabooks7,564
Questions3
in our very own home gym!
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.
“Basketball” — agt7
Artisan Books
Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
Ideabooks1,830
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Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
Moroccan Tiled In this traditional Moroccan courtyard, pattern upon pattern of hand-painted tiles are layered to stunning effect. Want to bring this look home? Tile is a natural complement to white stucco — try mixing two to four different patterns in the same colorway. Finish with a boldly patterned rug and
In this traditional Moroccan courtyard, pattern upon pattern of hand-painted tiles are layered to stunning effect. Want to bring this look home? Tile is a natural complement to white stucco — try mixing two to four different patterns in the same colorway. Finish with a boldly patterned rug and
Moroccan TiledIn this traditional Moroccan courtyard, pattern upon pattern of hand-painted tiles are layered to stunning effect. Want to bring this look home? Tile is a natural complement to white stucco — try mixing two to four different patterns in the same colorway. Finish with a boldly patterned rug and
“so pretty” — zkatsmom
Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Brentwood - Sullivan Canyon
Ideabooks5,104
Questions11
the garage of a ranch-style California home into a swinging midcentury living room. It's still recognizable as the same structure because the architect maintained that open, gorgeous ceiling.
5. Los Angeles canyon setting. A narrow canyon road leads to this home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los
so beautiful that they didn't care, and they made the most of the home's square footage. Tip: Expand into the garage. Many ranches from this era have roomy garages just begging to be finished as family rooms, an extra bedroom or a home office. What's more, replacing an old garage door with a glass garage
5. This former garage became an office and a TV room for a 1970s-built home in Brentwood, California. Graphic midcentury modern furnishings help make it a favorite. See more: Houzz Tour: A Ranch House Is Reborn in a Los Angeles
“the hanging chair” — anaramon
Fotograf Lisbet Spörndly
Cat's house
Ideabooks2,328
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Brewis' home is set in the small, idyllic village of Marielund. This lakeside locale has only about 70 other houses and was originally a summer vacation spot for shop owners in Uppsala. Most of the homes were built in the beginning of the 20th century, and Cat wanted to make sure that her home's architecture
“Wallpaper” — smashleypie
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