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Oakley Home Builders
12 Reviews
Oakley Home Builders
several people have asked the color of the ceiling....I do not see an answer from Oakley Home Builders. Do you mind posting the color of the ceiling? awesome job on the room.....it's beautiful!!
to find out the paint selections to our homes. It is merely a tool we have made available with over 100 photos, flooring selections, paint colors, cabinetry colors and finishes as well as countertop selections. We get asked hundreds of questions about our homes and felt this was an excellent tool to
These are actually chair covers and our home owner purchased them years ago.
Our home owner replies that she purchased the chairs several years ago and had them recovered. She believes they are from Arhaus.
“Dinning room” — wilfan56
Marcraft Homes
The Terraces
custom built home
custom built homes in Vancouver
west coast luxury homes
luxury custom home...marcraft homes...Built Homes
“Corbett lighting” — brune001
Katahdin Cedar Log Homes
3 Reviews
Chesapeake Bay waterfront Log Home
Home by: Katahdin Cedar Log Homes Photos by: Geoffrey Hodgdon
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“painted door” — avandentoorn
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Gambrel Country Home
Gambrel Country Home
country home...guest home...second home...summer home...new home
“Room layout” — dawnmcmullen
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Jeanie Engelbach
hi, i am so sorry for the delay - i've just saw this inquiry. the chandelier is from ABC Carpet & Home in NYC. thanks for looking at the article!
passion of collecting as well.” Dining table: The Conran Shop (now closed); pink chandelier: ABC Carpet & Home; oil painting: Leonard Creo
“Jeanie Engelbach describes her candy-inspired home as, ‘[If] Pee Wee Herman opened a pop culture museum in Candy Land.’ ” — Rikki SnyderThis is one of the most
most spot-on (and entertaining) descriptions I’ve read in a while. Plus, in a sea of careful neutral palettes, it’s a joy to see someone create a home that celebrates bold color and shows off personal collections.Full story: Candy-Colored Collections Wow in Manhattan
“lunch box” — 820manhattan
Phil Kean Design Group
15 Reviews
elevator, and garage entrance. The home’s great room and kitchen open to the lanai, summer kitchen, and garden via folding and pocketing glass doors and uses a retractable screen concealed in the lanai. When the screen is lowered, it holds up to 90% of the home’s conditioned air and keeps out insects
floor master and exercise rooms open to balconies. The challenge was to connect the main home to the existing guest house which was accomplished with a center garden and floating step walkway which mimics the main home’s entrance. The garden features a fountain, fire pit, pool, outdoor arbor dining area
This contemporary home features clean lines and extensive details, a unique entrance of floating steps over moving water, attractive focal points, great flows of volumes and spaces, and incorporates large areas of indoor/outdoor living on both levels. Taking aging in place into consideration, there
“comedor” — Radek Wolak
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
materials. The home’s energy performance focuses on passive heating/cooling techniques, natural daylighting, an improved building envelope, and efficient mechanical systems, collectively achieving overall energy performance of 50% better than code. To address the site opportunities, the home utilizes a footprint
2011 EcoHome Design Award Winner Key to the successful design were the homeowner priorities of family health, energy performance, and optimizing the walk-to-town construction site. To maintain health and air quality, the home features a fresh air ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house
This home for vineyard home ideas
“Dining room ceiling idea” — christinaezzell
APD Interiors
3 Reviews
Islington Glass box extension
Islington, home of Martha Grimes' Det. Richard Jury, love it.
Give a nod to your home townBus blinds, tube signs and other pieces of art that give a nod to your home town can add a personal touch. Hang the piece in a prominent position, such as over a fireplace, to allow it
Click ‘Edit’ and then tell us about your house in the box marked ‘Description’Tell us who lives in your house, its location and size, what sets your home apart from the rest, what you love most about it, your inspiration, your design team (if you had one), any design dilemmas or issues you had to overcome
State your destinationCelebrate your home turf or somewhere significant to you with a little slice of history. Bus blinds (now replaced by digital displays) are still easy to come by at auctions
“Like the simple chimney breast and wood burner.” — chrischalmers1
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