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feet this home is? I'm trying to get an idea how deep it is. Thank you!
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Modern home. Great kitchen cabinets
Great modern exterior design
Great design...Modern home...Cute home
Middleburg Design-Build Firm
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Schrader & Companies
Spur Road - Edina, MN
county home. Strong architectural elements and a lavish interior design, including cathedral-arched beamed ceilings, hand-scraped and French bleed-edged walnut floors, faux finished ceilings, and custom tile inlays add to the home's charm. This home features heated floors in the basement, a mirrored
Midwest Home Magazine Photos - Todd Buchanan Interior Designer - Anita Sullivan Landscaping - Outdoor Excapes
building our home and I keep looking at doing a mudroom/utility/laundry like you have. We currently have 3 children but hopefully will have a few more along the way. You mentioned the depth of the lockers being 12" but you would have liked deeper, can I ask why? Our children are 4,3 & 5 months so not sure
my new home I am building. I really like the idea of shoes not making it to the bedroom closets! Yucky.
using Home Depot so I did not have full custom capabilities. The best thing I ever did was put outlets in each locker for their own charging stations:)
actually designed the entire laundry room around those baskets because I had them at my previous house. The other tip is to put outlets in drawers, cabinets and shelving units. I actually have multiple places for them to charge their devices that are hidden to eliminate clutter. I also have outlets in
Mihaly and Slocombe constructed the home on a concrete slab foundation. A rammed-earth wall forms the spine of the home. Although this part of Australia can get extremely hot, they used insulation, house orientation, thermal mass and
The wall extends to meet a swimming pool behind the home. The dirt was sourced mostly from a local quarry for its yellow-orange color.
behind the home. The dirt was sourced mostly from a local quarry for its yellow-orange color. The rammed-earth wall was built in stages, about 1½ feet at a time. Formwork shutters were bolted onto a larger frame and filled with a mixture of dirt, 8 percent cement and a small amount of water. The mixture
behind the home. The dirt was sourced mostly from a local quarry for its yellow-orange color. The rammed-earth wall was built in stages, about 1½ feet at a time. Formwork shutters were bolted onto a larger frame and filled with a mixture of dirt, 8 percent cement and a small amount of water. The mixture was
Small English Cottage in Potomac
exterior windows match roof; design in wall at precipice
-area home. Though it's labeled English cottage, the impressive stone and brick chimney illustrates a signature of many early grand Tudor examples. Note how the stucco helps to emphasize the richness and complexity of the chimney and beautiful slate roof. A curved gable extending to form an entrance
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of this home and was told that they will not share any information regarding their building materials, stating that they build so many homes that it is difficult to keep up with the exact materials used on a particular home. We are building a house and I want to use this color combination for stone, board
for this home's exterior go a long way in accentuating its design details. Taupe siding takes its color cues from the Indian Creek stone column bases. Clean white trim and beefy white columns add contrast, symmetry and depth.
London Bay Homes
London Bay Custom Home at Grey Oaks
Custom Home built by London Bay Homes in Grey Oaks located in Naples, Florida. London’s Bay talented team of architects and designers have assisted their clients in creating homes perfectly suited to their personalities and lifestyles. They’ve incorporated styles and features from around the world and
extends to a design process that is well-structured, easy to navigate, timely and responsive to the client’s budget parameters.
their home office. One felt most comfortable sitting at a desk to do her work and she wanted strong task lighting. Her partner hated sitting at a desk and instead wanted a big comfortable chair to curl up in with her laptop or books — and she wanted soft lighting. This office might have been designed
Traditional design thinking would have us believe that upholstering chairs in big, bold patterns is a risky move and that sticking to smaller patterns is safer. But a bold pattern, especially in a room like this where there's little visual competition, is vibrant and adds lots of personality.