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Tallman Segerson Builders
J Tallman Portfolio
stacked stone walls, autumn color, pine trees, cottage style, gable roof, metal shed roof, casement windows,stone lintels, porch overhang, white post, stone steps, stone wall, leaves, small house, white window trim, white soffit lining, clockwork studio,
Thanks Deanna. This Stone Cottage is actually being used as a Clockwork Studio. Our client is a hobby grandfather clock maker. It truly is a beautiful studio.
Stones I love stone cottages I would love to build one ( one day )
side stone cottage with front porch
stone cottage, native Connecticut field stone
would live in a cottage if they built them
Allison Ramsey Architects
Coastal Living - Allison Ramsey Architects Holiday House
What window brand and style is shown?
Always loved this house think I saw it on Southern Living first ...but its definately not a cottage! and wouldn't be for everyone since you have to go thru the kitchen to get to the main part
Cottage flooring,more simple rustic choices then main house?ideas for coastal main house and cottage
love this cottage and it's wide porch
If you were to peruse my ideabook titled “Becky’s faves,” this is the first picture you would see. It absolutely exemplifies cottage style. A wide and welcoming porch stretches its arms toward the street, urging you to come in and visit.
Private Residence in Savannah, GA
Like the siding--style and color; like the windows and shutters; like the metal roof and its style. Not crazy about the columns. Note how the roof over porch is separate from cottage roof,
For the purposes of this series, I am defining a cottage as a small single-family dwelling, no bigger than about 1,200 square feet. I differentiate a cottage from other small homes quite simply by its adorableness.
Brian Gille Architects, Ltd.
The style of the house and the lighting.
Love this style and length of windows
shotgun style architecture
because of reduced electricity and fuel consumption, but also because of the material production avoided.Wow! Who knew that choosing to live in a cottage-size home made you so environmentally righteous?
What is Shotugun style?
Urban cottage...Style house...Christmas decor...decorating ideals...Cute little cottage...Shotgun cottage...The cottage look...Cottage style...cottage living...NOLA cottage...Shotgun Style...Cute cottage...Southern style...Shotgun Style
Ford Caretaker's Cottage Renovation
to check Our Town Plans (under the Professionals section of Houzz) for similarly styled home plans.
Chip76, this is a renovated, early 1900s cottage and the clay roof tiles are, for the most part, original. The homeowner had them
All of which allows for splurges. Because a cottage’s small size requires fewer materials, you may be able to indulge your heart’s desire and upgrade from what your larger home might have allowed. Perhaps
The next significant element that can determine a style is the entrance door. Usually a prominent feature on most houses, it is often a focal point on the front elevation. This important feature can often emphasize a style and ensure the character of a house.In minimalist traditional homes you will find
Jules Duffy Designs
Beautiful Classic Cottage on the Jersey Shore.
shutters (style and color)
Modern English style garden.
Cottage style with front porch
Colors and shutter style
Simple beach style...Cottage landscaping...Cottage look...Simple cottage...Cottage ex...Classic Cottage...beach cottage...coastal cottage
Siemasko + Verbridge
Designed to resemble a 200 year old cottage, this house conveys a sense of history and evokes images of fairytales. This residence manages to offer spectacular ocean views while being safely tucked into a richly textured landscape. The interior incorporates artifacts of another era, with reclaimed wood
Our Town Plans
228 Pendleton Road
Is the metal roof painted? Adorable cottage.
neighborly attitude. The essence of a cottage — like comfort food — is that it nourishes and feeds the soul.
First, cottages simply cost less. And we are talking about more than their purchase price. A smaller home will cost less to heat, cool, furnish and decorate.Note: Although we are talking about
about the adorable structures commonly referred to as cottages, these benefits apply to any small home — in my definition, a single-family residence around 1,200 square feet.
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