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CARNEMARK
6 Reviews
Whole-house remodel: Magical Transformation
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The 1930s-era Tudor home fit right into its historic neighborhood, but the family couldn't fit all it needed for this decade inside—a larger kitchen, a functional dining room, a home office, energy efficiency. Photography by Morgan Howarth.
I love the colors on the exterior of your home. We are getting ready to re-do ours and have similar exposed beams and would love to do the same colors. Please advise on the color of the house and the trim color. Beautiful home!
Lovely home design and material choices!
brick was painted a custom color to match the existing color of the home.
The paint color of the brick is a custom mix to match the existing brick that was on the home. The brick on the second floor on the upper right corner of the home is unpainted.
“Slurry stucco over brick” — abigailhannah
Angelini and Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Contemporary Ann Arbor Home
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includes all exterior finishes, and many new windows, a more welcoming entry with a covered porch and new landscaping steps, a remodeled and enlarged home office with stone veneered interior walls, a remodeled powder room, a kitchen addition and remodeling of rich and varied materials, and a new family room
The design of the newly remodeled and enlarged home builds on the underlying good bones of the original house. The vertical tower became the main pivot point and focal point to the home with the addition of a spiral stair to a new third floor room at the top of the stairs. The tower is clad in stone
and includes new windows that bring southwestern light into the center of the home. The stone veneer continues along the base of the building with new horizontal cedar siding above. The horizontal planes and spaces of the home pinwheel from the central vertical stair tower, crowned in a unique room at
“Portes de garage belles” — kanengiser
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Among the Oaks | Spring Island, South Carolina
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two-bedroom guesthouse, the main residence, which combines communal spaces with the master bedroom suite, and a carriage house with a garage, a home office and an additional guest room. This collection of varied buildings inspired by the architectural vernacular of the Lowcountry, merges organically
barn with home on same lot
Create a courtyard by adding buildings to the home such as a studio, gym and granny flat.
“Need to plant big tree in middle of teardrop” — amypheasant40
Steve Domoney Architecture
Exterior - rear
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dark band sawn timbers. Issues of privacy to and from the street are addressed with the upper level introduction of a deep terrace fronting the home office. Distant views are gained from within this space across the terrace whilst the terrace acts as a visual foil blocking sight lines from the street
drove the design for this new home in Hawthorn. Firstly, the recognition that the street is currently in transition with the post war brick bungalow style dwelling giving way to more recent contemporary dwellings. Secondly, with the establishment of a larger family home on the site than currently exists
a likely new streetscape rather than the existing one. This rationale is evident in the resulting and somewhat ‘self confident’ presence of the new home, awaiting the tide of new developments each of its flanks. Issues of perceived visual bulk have been addressed through the upper level by way of its
“Insanely gorgeous” — baillieroise
Romanza Interior Design
The Chianti
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wood beams throughout the home. Large window areas capture magnificent vistas of the nearby lake and golf course beyond. The second-floor bonus room is perfect for entertaining friends over a game of billiards. The grand two-story home also includes a private study and home office center. Enjoy the view
Italian countryside. This fully furnished four bedroom plus den home features over 5,900 square feet of living space, a relaxing third-story viewing deck, perfect for stargazing, and formal living areas that blend comfortably into the home’s more casual outdoor living space. The Italian-influenced architecture
view from a third level viewing deck with a fire place. This home showcases a wide array of unique design features throughout its 8,625 sq.ft total area.
“cochera” — Isabel Gonzalez
Romanza Interior Design
The Chianti
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wood beams throughout the home. Large window areas capture magnificent vistas of the nearby lake and golf course beyond. The second-floor bonus room is perfect for entertaining friends over a game of billiards. The grand two-story home also includes a private study and home office center. Enjoy the view
Italian countryside. This fully furnished four bedroom plus den home features over 5,900 square feet of living space, a relaxing third-story viewing deck, perfect for stargazing, and formal living areas that blend comfortably into the home’s more casual outdoor living space. The Italian-influenced architecture
view from a third level viewing deck with a fire place. This home showcases a wide array of unique design features throughout its 8,625 sq.ft total area.
“Window and door frame color.” — Contractors Millwork
Specht Harpman Architects
2 Reviews
New Canaan Residence
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earth and gives views directly onto the forest floor. The lower level provides additional social spaces and features a media room, library, and two home offices. The lower level spaces link to a series of “outdoor rooms” that feature a fireplace and distinct seating areas. The grounded, cozy nature of the
house. The tree canopy becomes a part of the architecture and creates a visual perimeter that changes with the seasons. The upper level features the home's primary gathering spaces, as well as bedrooms and a gymnasium. A staircase tucked behind the free-standing fireplace opens on to the lower level of
Entrance to home, minimalist style, floor to ceiling windows
“Entrada” — fcipri
PHX Architecture
6 Reviews
Silverleaf Home
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This custom classic residential home sits in Silverleaf Parks, in the Silverleaf Community located in Scotstdale, Arizona. The home boasts 2 large master suites, a home office, outdoor patio with a fireplace, 3 car garage, lush landscape, and amazing views of the Phoenix Metro Valley below. Photo Credit:
Silverleaf Home This custom classic residential home sits in Silverleaf Parks
“like the shape.” — Bridgette Flores
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