860 one story dream home Eclectic Home Design Photos

TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Idaho Retreat - Gate House
Ideabooks3,744
Questions1
window turns a small interesting cottage into an unforgettable one.
This one makes me feel giddy like a child...
rock wall from house & out balances out top heavy home
a childs dream, just travel to Schlumpfhausen
It looks like a story book cottage especially with the stone walls.
the house to the earth, while the roof pitch, windows, siding and the rest have a distinct lift that carries the eye upward to the sky. While on the one hand we feel at ease, on the other we are just a little bit nervous about floating away.
“It looks like medival times” — tishbohner
SunPower Builders
Boyertown Guest Cottage
Ideabooks1,748
Questions3
(concealed on dormer roof), radiant floors heated with solar hot water, passive solar design applications for heating, cooling and daylighting, make this home, tight and quiet. Fresh air intakes, light tubes, partially earth sheltered and with a high performance building shell:(sips panels, double framed walls
pastoral site this guest cottage stands firmly planted on as a net energy exporter. The sum is a Common Sense simplicity in a high performance reproduction home. P.S. Working with clients that allow us this expression in our work is a wonderful experience. The interior design, including the kitchen, bathrooms
This house has a story already!
Stand Out With Cottage DetailingCurves and turrets say cottage, and the addition of a whimsical two-toned paint scheme make this one a modern delight. Simple, clean garden trimmings and edgings give it an updated feel from a traditional cottage.
“good colors” — Annie Mochrie
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Entry Foyer
Ideabooks6,628
Questions6
Love the use of aged brick here. Where does one get salvaged brick and what is the approximate cost? Thx for your help in advance!
object that has a story behind it. This will immediately set a personal tone in your home.
Make your entry hall interesting, something that tells a story.
Showcase a favorite object that has a story behind it. This will immediately set a personal tone in your home.
of us with attached garages never use our foyers — and it shows. So use it. Showcase a favorite object that has a story behind it. This will immediately set a personal tone in your home.
of us with attached garages never use our foyers — and it shows. So use it. Showcase a favorite object that has a story behind it. This will immediately set a personal tone in your home.
“Gothic entry” — Maui Development Group
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The Glass House
Ideabooks5,212
Questions2
This is very interesting! Not sure I could ever apply this to my home - maybe for my future studio space.
LOVE! Old windows on one wall of the house!
Nick Olson never imagined that a napkin sketch from one of their first dates would one day become a reality." — Vanessa BrunnerNow that's the first sentence of a story I want to read. It grabbed my attention just as much as the photograph did.Full story: The Glass Walled Cabin That Romance Built
A glass-walled cabin in West Virginia, USIt was on one of their first dates that designer Lilah Horwitz and photographer Nick Olson sketched out their dream home on a restaurant napkin. “We romanticised over the idea of building something with a whole wall of windows, mostly thinking about watching
“Wonderful” — juliadee123
Lauren Mikus
Denver Highlands Bungalow
Ideabooks5,722
Questions1
I want a huge chalkboard to write dreams and goals on at my house
read this ideabook. If your nest will be emptying out anytime in the forseeable future, bookmark this article now. You’ll need it. Full story: Have the Kids Left Home? 16 Things to Consider
trick.”Rouse has another approach: “I have written myself three letters, one to be opened at 70. In a nutshell it says, ‘Start getting rid of stuff.’ The one to be opened at 75 says, ‘Start looking for a smaller, single-level home in town where you can walk to services.’ And the third, to be opened at
Make a dream list. Write down all the things you’ve ever wanted to do should you suddenly be granted free time. Well, now that you have time, start tackling that list. This helps Houzzer pluckygirl when she gets nostalgic for the good old family times. “As much as I cried when the last one left, I’m
“It's really cool to have chalkboards anywhere in a room” — psychokitty5000
Jon R. Sayler, Architect AIA PS
Whiskey Jack Residence
Ideabooks6,677
Questions4
Tuscan with a dash of asian, a retired couple's home in Idaho overlooks Lake Pend d'Oreille. The shallow plan is all about the views, including a tight entry hall with a large sliding glass door opposite the front door for a "pow" moment when guests enter.
Lake Lot & style of home... Scale down to one story
nice 2story house with modern look
“homes” — kivuika
josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
Josh Wynne Construction
Ideabooks1,740
Questions2
and picket were designed to reflect an urban skyline. The balustrade is custom cypress and is designed in the custom of Key West style homes, demonstrating the home owner's line of work. In this case, you can see the propellers cut in alongside levels (I snuck myself in there a bit as well). The soffits
2-story detached structure - apartment separate entry, 1st floor office with storage
Detached 2 Car Garage with 2nd Story Office
“This Garage would be perfect for my new house!” — kiwikiwi6
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks13,037
Questions12
a full range of opinions, but please remember that someone worked hard on a project and that someone lives there and loves their home just the way it is.Full story: Inherited Pieces: Embrace the Approach That Works for You
ancestors. For younger children, story time is already a part of their everyday routine. Just think of how much richer the experience would be if you included tales of their family members doing extraordinary things, and having the photos to prove it. They will remember these stories forever and repeat them to
“The trick is not only to figure out what’s right for you, but to embrace it — and maybe when you embrace it, you will stop imposing your way onto someone else.” — Jessica McClendonI think this is a nice sentiment to keep in mind when commenting on a story. I love to read a
“Very nice mix. Modern yet classic” — catng76
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