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Love a Tudor and of course it's in Minneapolis! I heart home.
Minneapolis. This handsome Minneapolis house feels balanced and snug on its narrow lot. False half timber wraps the house, while the stone-detailed entrance provides an intimate welcome. Notice the slight overhang of the second floor and the oriel window to the right. These well-executed details validate
“stonework” — tinaeghowe
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
The Gatehouse
Ideabooks8,143
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Front facade with Platteville limestone walls reclaimed from the 1889 Lake St. bridge pilings in Minneapolis. The Chimney pot was an antique the owner had found years ago. Photos by Susan Gilmore
had the house, she had the antique chimney pot and a stash of limestone for the facade, reclaimed from pilings from the 1889 Lake Street bridge in Minneapolis. Copper accents outside include the patinated bucket, the rain chain and the ridge cap. The first two are antiques; the ridge cap "was something
The stone walls, patio bricks and slate tiles of this gatehouse are all reclaimed. The stones were pilings in a Minneapolis bridge in their former life.See the rest of this home
“slate roof and stone” — sandra426
CHRISTIAN DEAN ARCHITECTURE, LLC
2 Reviews
Sweeney Lake House
Ideabooks5,100
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1. Sweeney Lake House, MinneapolisThe facade of this home is striking and clean. Two materials, two windows with parallel geometry and an opening that is obviously the entrance. What would you imagine the interior to be, based on this facade? The answer largely determines the home's authenticity.
The handsome composition of this Minneapolis house initially appears elementary. However, the balanced asymmetrical exterior view achieves its complex harmony through highly contrasting materials, careful and thoughtful proportions, and a restrained landscape. Notice how the beauty of the stained
“Bungalow” — popart
w.b. builders
8 Reviews
Modern Space
Ideabooks2,808
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Modern house design in the SW Minneapolis Fulton neighborhood
Modern house design in the SW Minneapolis Fulton neighborhood with Dura Supreme Cabinetry by W.B. Builders Request a FREE Dura Supreme Brochure Packet: http://www.durasupreme.com/reques
Modern house design in the SW Minneapolis Fulton neighborhood with Dura Supreme Cabinetry by W.B. Builders Request a FREE Dura Supreme Brochure Packet: http://www.durasupreme.com/reques
Modern house design in the SW Minneapolis Fulton neighborhood
“Counter thickness” — Rachael Rockwell
w.b. builders
8 Reviews
Bungalow Kitchen
Ideabooks1,570
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Minneapolis bungalow. Like banquette and floor
Minneapolis bungalow kitchen
“Seating” — tewilson10
Georgetown Development
Georgetown Development
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Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart Greenville, South Carolina 543 298 177 68 74 Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell Dallas 540 302 193 45 75 Dorsey & Whitney Minneapolis 531 264 218 49 76 Husch Blackwell St. Louis 520 327 164 29 77 Cozen O’Connor Philadelphia 503 246 218 39 78 Polsinelli Shughart Kansas City 503 282
Coleman & Goggin Philadelphia 434 245 184 5 98 Jenner & Block Chicago 433 192 215 26 99 Kaye Scholer New York 427 149 196 82 100 Faegre & Benson Minneapolis 425 199 159 67 101 McKenna Long & Aldridge Atlanta 424
“Heavy woodwork Mix of neutrals” — cholubik
Fiddlehead Design Group, LLC
10 Reviews
Retro Minneapolis Kitchen
Ideabooks8,568
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Affordable plaid tile in Minneapolis. Using vinyl tile (VCT) not only cut down on cost, but it afforded this family some unique design opportunities.
2. Affordable plaid tile in Minneapolis. Using vinyl tile (VCT) not only cut down on cost, but it afforded this family some unique design opportunities. Using three different tile colors
“sconce lighting above kitchen windows” — deannaeterry
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
The Gatehouse
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Exterior sitting terrace made from bricks salvaged from streets in Minneapolis. The wood lintels are reclaimed timbers, and the windows are all wood (interior & exterior) from Marvin. The vintage urn is from Jerome, Arizona. Photos by Susan Gilmore
had the house, she had the antique chimney pot and a stash of limestone for the facade, reclaimed from pilings from the 1889 Lake Street bridge in Minneapolis.
she devised a layout for the front brick courtyard and plantings," Murphy says. The bricks on the entry terrace were reclaimed from the streets of Minneapolis.
“Windows” — sickletickle
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