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Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
whole. The aim is to play up the idea of organic growth over time, without jarring contrasts between old and new buildings. The sheds set the stage, one of them acting as a gate lodge that you go through to get to the house. The language and materials of the house are compatible with but distinct from
from the sheds. The gambrel roof of the house sweeps out at the eaves in a graceful curve to broad overhangs that shelter generous windows. A stair tower with expressive, exaggerated roof brackets also signals that the new house isn’t an old farm building. Photography by Robert Brewster
The counter/sink/hutch is great! Where is it from?
Is the door custom made or reconfigured standard?
what brand is the mirror please?
North VA Design & Remodeling Firm
Specializing in Kitchen & Bathrooms
Specializing in Kitchen & Bathrooms
Nova Remodeling is a fully integrated Construction and Remodeling company specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodeling for individuals that are passionate about their home and lifestyle.
Tongue & Groove
built into the dead space in a roof.
Love the door. Is it stained glass?
Adorable room. Is the stained glass real glass or some other adhesive medium?
love the cabinets behind the crib
Love the bookcases in different shapes.
Stained glass door for my kitchen
ideas for the dead space behind knee wall
idea for built ins if we ever open up the attic
Love the angular roof, built in shelves and window dormer! Fairies on the ceiling are a great touch!
love the stain glass door on the Right
Like the idea of stained glass of aquarium in bathroom window
Satin and flat paint stripes are a good idea for the living room.
I like the glass front door storage.
built ins use the dead space in the attic
Use the space created by low ceiling heights or slopes for storage. Define the areas in your room and help keep things organized by adding freestanding storage or built-in shelves where the ceiling is low enough to create otherwise dead space. To keep things affordable, Brown suggests inexpensive
Penza Bailey Architects
Customizing a "Spec" House
to the house with a breezeway. The greater benefi t to this was that the breezeway also serves as a gracious gateway to outdoor entertainment areas in the rear of the property. The project included a new front entrance portico, a new rear entrance / mudroom / laundry, a new kitchen, and an expanded and
The owners of a 1970’s non - descript “spec house” came with the primary goal of expanding the existing garage to add three additional cars, and a less precise secondary goal of updating the existing house. We started with a master plan and recommended that the garage be a separate structure linked to
Updates to the original sterile living areas of the existing house improved livability and personalized the space with a much greater level of intimacy, richness and detail.
Hallmark Interior Design LLC
Hallmark Interior Design LLC
remember the wattage they will take? Love the shower and no door for it
I love the window in the shower! What type of window is it?
The accent wall behind the tub is beautiful can you tell me who makes it
What are the dimensions of the shower? Is the window a certain kind?
closed on the other end? Would that have helped with the temperature inside of shower?
The tile is from Walker Zanger!
The room size (less commode and shower) is 18 x 10 the shower is 5 x 6. The window is a custom iron window with specialty glass - sorry don't
remember the size probably 3 x 5.
I also would like to know size of the bathroom. It is similar to mine I am buildining and I would like a visual.
I like the color, the floor, the door the shower the cupboard space
Amy Lau Design
Beach House Bridgehampton
information on the console. How to order one?
Where can u buy the wall art ?
this - the buffet with the art and the knick knacks...they got into my head
Beautiful overall design, especially love the wallpaper and the art on the wall
Love the white art on the wall
Lime green, purple and cabbage as the centre piece
love the art work on the walls
here's a great example of the wheat/chestnut grasscloth
pendant ... mirrored on the wall
the legs, the design feature of the white on white
I love this space. With mostly straight lines, all the pieces feel very clean and modern. The great contrast of the wood table and grass cloth against the stark white sideboard are very pleasing to the eye. To further soften this modern look, an organic wood
Bruce Palmer Interior Design
love the relaxing combination of color. whose paint and colors were used.
Where can I find the bed comforter. It's beautiful
the different colors on the wall
the stripe going around the wall
For the guest room. But use different colors.
Love the bold stripes of color on the wall!
love the stripes to add a pop of color
idea on the painting on the wall...
the design on the wall wad just what I was looking for
for addey's room... love the stripe pattern
Like the floor plan with the bath around the corner...down the hall!
Jennifer and Chris
Love the door color... can you please advise?!
Who manufactures the little bench and where did you purchase it?
Hello? Could you please share what color you used for the lower wall panels? Thanks.
share the paint color on the wall?
where the little bench is from.
Hello, I'm sorry but I have no idea what paint color was used - I photographed the home and am not the owner - I will try and find out for you. Thanks.
of the door with the cream and white.
Love the blue door, and the small hooks for bags and coats!
I like the little bench, the wainscoting and hooks. I especially like the color of the door.
I love this pop of color on the door
hooks all the way around for a mudroom.
Ooo...this is nice for dead space at the stairs too...
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
The garden beds are so cool! How did you build them?
How much did it cost, and how long did it take for you to build them? Did someone do it for you, or did you hire somebody? Where did you get the product! Thank you! please reply asap im working on a garden. thank you :)
The height of the boxes is very much a personal choice. These boxes are constructed of 2 x 6 boards and a 2x8 cap, making the total height 18". This provides a convenient height for working on the beds without having to bend over. But the higher you make the beds, the harder it is to wheelbarrow
are on the inside of the beds and the outer 2x6 boards are carriage bolted to them. They were all custom built by the landscape contractor on the project. Depending upon where you live, you could build yours from redwood, cedar or pressure treated wood (make sure you put a barrier betweent pressure