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Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Admiral's House
This stately Georgian home in West Newton Hill, Massachusetts was originally built in 1917 for John W. Weeks, a Boston financier who went on to become a U.S. Senator and U.S. Secretary of War. The home’s original architectural details include an elaborate 15-inch deep dentil soffit at the eaves, decorative
beautiful Monson slate roof. Although the owners loved the character of the original home, its formal layout did not suit the family’s lifestyle. The owners charged Meyer & Meyer with complete renovation of the home’s interior, including the design of two sympathetic additions. The first includes an
“Alcove” — debbie211
Cynthia Walker Photography
4 Reviews
Twin Rivers
Savvy Homes Model Home in Twin Rivers. Photography By:Cynthia Walker
Sorry, I am just the photographer. I can tell you that the home builder is Savvy Homes and the designer they use is from HGTV
Sorry, I not sure of the wall color name or brand. I was hired to photograph this home.
Savvy Homes
“Master paint color” — Melanie Benfield
1 Review
mountain modern prefab
How is this house Prefab? Is it a panelized home build? Thanks!
Gorgeous! What is the square footage of this home?
My ideal home...modular home
“Cool house” — derrickz
Dufner Heighes Inc
family room
I love the fabric on the pillows. I have the botanical/floral in my own home but would love more details on the brown pillows that are paired with the botanical. Thank you.
I love the sea shell accented walls reminds me of being back home on the coast
Another key component of a city home would be a large living space, ideally open to other areas of the home, preventing one from feeling closed in among the crowds. This family room has those elements. With views of the Empire State building you know where this home is located, but that might be hard
“Indoor succulent plant” — gigitanmiguel
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Northome Addition
Home and separate guest home fab!
Just a gorgeous home
seclusion of home tucked away
Beautiful home and grounds
Huge home
“very nice boathouse (or house down by the water)” — boobooandbean
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Fish Camp Beach Cottage
waxed. This home was recently featured as a Houzz Tour, more information can be found here: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/15622810/list/Houzz-Tour--Lessons-in-Florida-Cracker-Style-From-a-Vacation-Home
It's Homestead Green - This home was just featured
to achieve this look in this Houzz Tour: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/15622810/list/Houzz-Tour--Lessons-in-Florida-Cracker-Style-From-a-Vacation-Home
accessible by clicking the hyperlink below. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/15622810/list/Houzz-Tour--Lessons-in-Florida-Cracker-Style-From-a-Vacation-Home
Historical concepts palmetto bluff home interior
“Like the lite blue of the cabinets” — kbj0120
AM Dolce Vita
Master Bedroom
The headboard is from Williams-Sonoma Homes.
The bench is a hack from a leather bench I picked up at HomeSense (HomeGoods in the US). I had it re-upholstered into a fabric I like. The Pullman bench from Crate & Barrel looks very
The bed is from Williams-Sonoma Home. The wall paint color is Dulux Silver Cloud, and the trim color is custom antique white. I no longer have the paint code after Home Depot upgraded their paint mix system.
The headboard is from Williams-Sonoma Homes. I believe it has been discontinued.
“Blue grey paint” — mattcwhitaker
Rupal Mamtani
Global Living / Bluefish Home - Showroom
Global Living / Bluefish Home - Showroom
Here are a few simple steps to make your home more welcoming. Turn off harsh overhead lights and use table lamps or candles. Make sure there’s a place to rest a book and a cup by every chair in
wood paneling older style home looks nice living room
Wood Paneling 1. older style homes feel 2. cozy atmosphere This would be best used in an basement family room.
vertical, dark wood application you see here. A thick shag rug, a curated collection of trophy plaques on the wall and contemporary furnishings and home accessories make the paneling feel intentional and desired.
and peeling. Uncluttered yet not overtly austere, wabi-sabi rooms are, above all, hospitable and comfortable.Here are a few simple steps to make your home more welcoming.Turn off harsh overhead lights and use table lamps or candles.Make sure there’s a place to rest a book and a cup by every chair in your
“Big vase with flowers” — otherwainwright
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