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Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Historic Home Expanded
Ideabooks360
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Historic Home Expanded
country home...family home...historic home...historical home...My dream home
“Painted Trim, French Door” — danfromlittleton
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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John Cannon Homes
2 Reviews
The Kiah by John Cannon Homes
Ideabooks43
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The Kiah by John Cannon Homes
A close-up of The Kiah, John Cannon's 3 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath home successfully fuses Mediterranean ambiance with Florida's tropical outdoor lifestyle. This custom floorplan includes a spacious master suite, living room, family room, study, dining room, wine room, bonus room, kitchen with oversized breakfast
breakfast area and expansive outdoor living areas. 4,468 sq.ft. under air. John Cannon Homes, Inc.
“entry” — A Greener Tomorrow Inc
sherry hart
1 Review
Bishop House Entry - Sherry Hart
Ideabooks836
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Erika Ward: Knowing the history of this home and its former inhabitants, its decor now reads like a storybook. The entry provides excellent clues to what we will see in the rest of the house. Sherry Hart: Cathedral references are a common thread throughout the home, starting here in the entry. In the upper
groined ceiling. The arched window with its wooden doors and strapped hinges gives this vignette an Old-World feel which is also a dominant theme in the home.
Erika Ward: Knowing the history of this home and its former inhabitants, its decor now reads like a storybook. The entry provides excellent clues to what we will see in the rest of the house. Sherry Hart: Cathedral references are a common thread throughout the home, starting here in the entry. In the upper
“Love the branches in brown vase against the fabric.” — pkpokc
Justine Sterling Design
11 Reviews
Kids Studio and Mudroom
Ideabooks647
Questions3
neutrals but knew this area needed a little color.” She painted it aqua, then used a glaze from Home Depot to give it a patinated look.
The mirror started off gold gilt, painted it aqua, then used a glaze from Home Depot to give it a patinated look.
mirror painted aqua then glaze from home depot
I bought it,” she says. “I love black and white and neutrals but knew this area needed a little color.” She painted it aqua, then used a glaze from Home Depot to give it a patinated look.
I bought it,” she says. “I love black and white and neutrals but knew this area needed a little color.” She painted it aqua, then used a glaze from Home Depot to give it a patinated look.
tons neutres. Mais pour cet espace, j’ai eu envie de jouer sur les couleurs. » Elle a donc opté pour une peinture aqua et utilisé un glacis de chez Home Depot pour créer une impression de patine.
“Mudroom storage” — Tara Christie
Decked Out Spaces
1 Review
Inviting Family Mudroom
Ideabooks1,788
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Family Handprints, I love the idea. Make a logo that goes with it to say "Home is where the heart is"!!
unique home ideas...Home prints
“For ambet” — ctarr1
Dixon Kazek Morrison Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Island Green
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luxury home
Mediterranean Custom Home
Mission style custom home
Kazek Morrison Custom Homes
tropical home
“door” — jckcmcgc
Jim Schmid Photography
9 Reviews
Urban Building Group: Charlotte, NC
Ideabooks111
Questions0
heating and cooling bills as well. A south-facing home will maximize natural light — though a north-facing home can be just as bright if the main living space is in the back of the home and there are ample windows all around. In hot climates a north-facing home with deep eaves may be preferable to keep your
Home-Buying Checklist: 20 Things to Consider Beyond the Inspection
“Home-Buying Checklist: 20 Things to Consider Beyond the Inspection” — ammis12
Molly Frey Design
6 Reviews
Marblehead Cottage
Ideabooks3,356
Questions2
beach a lot, consider putting hooks outside the house, too — letting towels dry outdoors will help the sand come off outside instead of inside your home.
beach a lot, consider putting hooks outside the house, too — letting towels dry outdoors will help the sand come off outside instead of inside your home. YES TO THE OUTSIDE OPTION
beach a lot, consider putting hooks outside the house, too — letting towels dry outdoors will help the sand come off outside instead of inside your home.
“hooks, boarding” — bbh777
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Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
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Loudoun County Design Build Firm
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