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Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Country Style in the Netherlands
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the new year, so they can collect the good-luck dust into a corner of their home. Throw out any broken objects, replace blown lightbulbs and be ruthless
The doors help give the home that sense of character that Marielle loves and are Weerdenburg's favorite part of the open-plan design.The couple previously
The doors help give the home that sense of character that Marielle loves and are Weerdenburg’s favourite part of the open-plan design.The couple previously
previously lived in a very old, historical home. They needed to upgrade to give their growing family more room, but Marielle didn't want to compromise too much
the new year, so they can collect the good-luck dust into a corner of their home.Throw out any broken objects, replace blown lightbulbs and be ruthless with
“building a glass frame so doors fit” — kaseysher
Interiors by Steven G
17 Reviews
Contemporary Private Residence Palm Beach County
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like something it's one of your designs. Wish I could afford you for my new home!!!
sorry we cant do that we consider our clients plans there property sorry steven g
Please give me your contact # to discuss about cost estimates for my new home.
may i see the home plan?...new home...home plan...Our new home...FAVORITE for family room
“hallway statement spadazz” — moncharie
Favreau Design
Historic Estate
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This spectacular home built in 1832 and situated on 25 picturesque acres of unspoiled farmland and rolling hills boasts 5,000 sq. ft. of original detail
Stock up on firewood and fill a bare corner with this favorite decorator finishing touch. Choose a big, hefty basket with a strong shape
Chunky basket + wood. Stock up on firewood and fill a bare corner with this favorite decorator finishing touch. Choose a big, hefty basket with a strong shape
Chelsea is the county seat, so it is a shire,” Favreau says, explaining the home’s name and the letters on the kitchen wall.
Home’s name and the letters on the kitchen wall.
Chunky basket + wood. Stock up on firewood and fill a bare corner with this favorite decorator finishing touch. Choose a big, hefty basket with a strong shape
“Letters” — spaterson2
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Liz Prater Design Home
1 Review
Ozone Extension/Renovation
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Your Front ExteriorFeng Shui for Beginners: Increase Your Home’s Energy FlowExpert Tips for Planning a Welcoming Small Front Yard
(features that you need and are non-negotiable, like the number of bedrooms, open-plan living, an abundance of natural light and sustainable design elements) and
door clear of any toys or mess. TELL USHave you used feng shui in your own home? Tell us what you did and why in the comments section below.MOREHome Front:
wish list The first thing you should do is sit down and write a dream home wish list. Think in terms of style, structure, layout and functionality – after
“Facade” — lu_may
Terra Nova Construction
5 Reviews
Entry Foyer
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space in the molding. Proportions are great and want to do the same in my home
This project was a gut/renovation of a 80+ year old home. These balusters, whether original to the home or added at some point during it's lifespan, were
it will be painted, or you will have to use 1/4" plywood underneath if you plan on using stain or simply want the look of all wood. If you are interested
we do not have specific information on the spacing of the panels. This home was a gut/remodel, and the woodwork in this foyer was original to the house
of maintaining its color and laid nicely on the original trim of this old home. If you have any other questions we'd be happy to help you out!
print stair runners ever since I saw a local designer put one in her new home. I doubt my husband would ever go for it, but it never hurts to ask!
“Rug” — zzmarg
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
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thank you. you guys are my favorite architects on the site!
the house feel bigger," says Smith. This meant altering the entire floor plan, beginning with relocating the main entrance. Smith created a "mud alley"
nearly as common as fireplaces, so if you’re lucky enough to have one in your home, make it stand out. This designer created a wall shield using textured ceramic
you're literally playing with fire. And you know what they say about that!More:Home Building: 8 Ways to Stick to Your BudgetHouzz News: Remodeling Heats UpSpruce
The space now contains a "mud alley," where the family members enter the home and hang up their snowy outerwear, organize the mail and leave their wet
“for the sunroom” — snowywhitebear
Noel Cross+Architects
7 Reviews
Earthy Modern
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has to look like it? Designed to emulate the owner’s favorite country club, this fine estate home blends in with the natural surroundings of it’s hillside
for the dining room table, the warm stained wood interior details make the home both comfortable and dramatic. The project’s energy saving features include:
look like it? Designed to emulate the owner’s favorite country club, this fine estate home blends in with the natural surroundings of it’s
for the dining room table, the warm stained wood interior details make the home both comfortable and dramatic. The project’s energy saving features
shape and simplicity complement the feel.Photos: Get more Arts and Crafts home design ideas
“Color of wall” — cep96002
Coates Design Architects Seattle
25 Reviews
ellis entry
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This image captures the main entry to the home. All of the wood used for the bench on the left came from one large tree that was on-site. It was milled
using this material as exterior cladding in my own personal projects. Now I plan to do so. Thank you for your quick response.
question is simple: why is it that CMU/cinder block that is used in many homes for outer walls or industrial buildings looks so ugly (variable tones, ugly
Favorite entry way rich and Michele
“skylight, framed entry” — fernwoodhouse
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