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Bob Chatham Custom Home Design
5 Reviews
2009 Showcase Home
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Alabama only minutes from downtown Fairhope. The recycled wood, open rafter tails, screened porches and stone skirting make up some of the natural hues
“Chair, floor, tile, lights, rug” — kovalchuk1
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
28 Reviews
Miller Residence
Ideabooks68
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smeared stone, earth tone stucco, distressed timbers for columns and beams, rafter tails, patina brown copper and accented windows work together to create a balance
“Step up to tub” — eholguin
Bob Chatham Custom Home Design
5 Reviews
Fairhope Green Home
Ideabooks42
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Bob Chatham and built by Jeremy Friedman. The cottage includes exposed rafter tails, Cypress board and batten siding with Cedar shake details. This home
“floor” — heather10001
Perrone Construction
12 Reviews
Spice Bay (British West Indies)
Ideabooks51
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soffits around the home are western red cedar with western red cedar rafter tails. The floor is walnut. All outlets are placed in baseboards. The Marvin
“Wow” — cscgrad
Perrone Construction
12 Reviews
Spice Bay (British West Indies)
Ideabooks27
Questions1
soffits around the home are western red cedar with western red cedar rafter tails. The floor is walnut. All outlets are placed in baseboards. The Marvin
“Must have these doors !” — pamschlosser323
Perrone Construction
12 Reviews
Spice Bay (British West Indies)
Ideabooks58
Questions1
soffits around the home are western red cedar with western red cedar rafter tails. The floor is walnut. All outlets are placed in baseboards. The Marvin
“I want to change all my doors to these” — akriston
Perrone Construction
12 Reviews
Spice Bay (British West Indies)
Ideabooks32
Questions1
soffits around the home are western red cedar with western red cedar rafter tails. The floor is walnut. All outlets are placed in baseboards. The Marvin
“Everything!” — gmbehan
First Lamp
5 Reviews
Greenlake Residence Master Bathroom
Ideabooks435
Questions2
era craftsman homes built in the neighborhood. Deep overhangs, notched rafter tails, and timber brackets are among the architectural elements that communicate
“Tile” — Erv Woller
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