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Andrea Schumacher Interiors
18 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks7,076
Questions9
hi, i have already same carpet at my home
How funny, Ive seen this and thought the same....I am SO painting my old piano. I have thought about it for ages, but this room shot has convinced me!
decor), rugs, sporting goods, tools, utility (ironing board, scale, telephones, lawnmower)." Jane runs a bed-and-breakfast out of her hundred-year-old home, and she acknowledges this affects the complexity of her inventory. "Clearly, there's more here than most places. We've got lots of categories because
easier. Here's the secret: Before your house burns down, you need to make an inventory. That is, you need to make a list of every single item in your home. Bonus secret: After your house burns down — and I hope it never does — hire a a public adjuster. (See good-settlement success story above.)
“ceiling” — anniemiles
Seattle Area Premier General Contractor
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Lauren Mikus
Denver Highlands Bungalow
Ideabooks1,070
Questions4
Cool floor for an old home's kitchen :)
I'd love to get some temp flooring in the old kitchen like this
Old vintage cabinet style for laundry room?
Unusual old oven worth saving.
cool old style
“so retro” — Pat Minges
rod nasbe
nasbephoto home/garden
Ideabooks1,192
Questions3
the home is 30 years old; the trees are older
Very similar to Deb and Garth's lake home.
Reminds me of old home before all of the work done
And this is my home in England
nasbephoto home/garden
Old house...Great Lake home
“Trees” — anokwah
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks2,741
Questions1
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.
and editor of your life story, you get to make the call on what is included. This goes for photos as well as diaries: If looking at pictures of that old boyfriend who dumped you makes you feel crummy all over again, toss it out, for goodness' sake!
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;
“What to Consider Letting Go Next Oversize mementos. Sports trophies and giant school projects come” — margielynnj
Farmhouse Exterior
Ideabooks1,843
Questions2
Love old homes
Old style farmhouse...old farmhouse...Old Farm House...dream home
“Red roof” — akwietniewski
Brewster Thornton Group Architects, LLP
4 Reviews
Barrington Farm House
Ideabooks270
Questions1
This is a perfect representation of old and new. Do you know what the approximate dimensions of this home and property were? Thanks!
letting me know, we're looking at purchasing an old farmhouse that has similar dimensions (24' feet deep by 26' wide). I'm trying to picture if it could be extended to around 50' x 30' and this gives me some great insight to how it might look. The actual home, not including the enclosed porch is only 18'
attached a picture of the current house below to give you an idea of the size. Did any foundation repair have to be done? Did you replace the HVAC in the home?
Love old homes with porches !
“Воздушность и ле” — mbutova
George Apap Painting and HPM Carpentry
6 Reviews
RMI Project
Ideabooks1,458
Questions2
Nice details on older home. Nice.
I love the old farmhouse look.
Old home love...Home sweet home...pretty, old house
“stone foundation” — Michael Lee
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
Ideabooks321
Questions1
Love the old thick wooden smooth walls and the deadbolt thing and the table and the window and the chair and the lamp
Garrison house 350 yr old pilgrim house redo
Garrison House. The structure was framed in oak, since that’s what the early English settlers were used to. The broad front door was fashioned from old-growth pine, also used for the paneling throughout.
“No trim any where. Clean,clear lines!” — jimteri1
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