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13,727 living room light Exterior Design Photos
Giulietti Schouten Architects
Can you tell me how many square feet this house is and how many rooms?
It's approx. 3000 sq. ft. not counting the garage. It has a central great room ( LR/Kit/DR) master bedroom suite, home office/ powder room/ 2 other bedrooms/mudroom/pantry and guest bathroom.
beam above window and out door light
Ranch looking - o entry - great room functionality
I like the barn look and the lighting..
placement of outdoor lights on the house
GRADY-O-GRADY Construction & Development, Inc.
Dana Point French Provincial
Can you tell me the stucco and trim colors? I love this....wish I lived in Orange County.
The car ports, with lights and bushes.
Room over garage, entry off of garage
Could put a dance room on top of the garage, have a breezeway, have a hallway over the breezeway to get there from the house.
Room/ gym above garage Colors Garage doors
Light fixtures garage doors
Ok. I'll live here...the lighting...outdoor lighting...landscape lighting...outdoor lighting
Sandberg Schoffel Architects
Smiths Lake House
The covered entry stair leads to the outdoor living space under the flying roof. The building is all steel framed and clad for fire resistance. Sprinklers on the roof can be remotely activated to provide fire protection if needed. Photo; Guy Allenby
house while letting in light. very well done.
Glassed open room, great reading room
integration of indoor and outdoor areas. Patios, balconies, decks, courtyards and gardens – linked by sliding and bi-fold glass doors – become outdoor living spaces, and are oriented towards the local environment.
New Old Farmhouse
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similiar to this one and I purchased the house plans from monsterhouseplans. Plan 13-159 We tweeked the house in a few areas, such as pushing the laundry room over to the garage wall and making the extra single garage into a sunroom with huge windows. We also took out the little gable under the larger gable
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nice room windows on side of house
Connecting the guest room to the front porch! Love it!
Addition added-garage and room on ea side of hse.
idea for room over new garage
Metal roof, brick exterior, sunken living area
Love most of the Book House interior. Would use some of the shelf space for displaying beautiful objects and about 1/2 for books. Front door is great, light and airy feeling. Exterior style not for me...
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: A pair of avid readers and their 2 dogsLocation: SeattleSize: 4,400 square feet (409 square meters); 4 bedrooms, 4 bathroomsAlthough the Tudor-style home that the couple bought was dark and disconnected from the garden and Lake Washington views, they didn’t want to join
loved aspects of the house and chose to renovate a relatively modest structure,” DeForest says. Beyond the books they wanted to open things up, provide room for their visiting children and grandchildren, and create a “forever” home where they could age in place.This portion of the facade shows the exterior
newton residence 1 - dplk.01
Do you have a website with this houseplan with the room dimensions and square footage! I really love this!
View of the of the stairway off the main hallway newton 1 residence - great room - dplk.51 : View of the great room from the entry door
The windows were manufactured by PELLA windows. They are a SDL [simulated divided light], double insulated, LOW-E glazing with a clad exterior and a wood interior
rear extended great room is 99'-0" deep. The first level square footage is 3,543 square feet not including the 611 square foot garage. The second level square footage is 1,986 square feet including the floor space of the dormers and the floor space above the garage. The total living space 5,529 square
Among the Oaks | Spring Island, South Carolina
front doors open to separate one-bedroom suites where guests can enjoy privacy. The suites are connected via a common kitchen in the breezeway styled room between them. Photography: Richard Leo Johnson/Atlantic Archives
@Living Vintage, see my reply on your other comment/question.
This is the look from the side. Like that the triangular area below roofline on sides is screened too for maximum light.
Sleeping on right, eating and living in rest. Perfect
Rach and I can live in separate houses but have common areas!
Like the screen room addition and roof line
house are a living pavilion and a long bedroom wing, separated by a glass entry space. The living pavilion is a dramatic space framed in steel with a “wood quilt” roof structure. A series of large north-facing clerestory windows create a soaring, 20-ft. high space, filled with natural light. The interior
interior of the house is highly crafted with many custom-designed fabrications, including complex, laser-cut steel railings, hand-blown glass lighting, bronze sink stand, miniature cherry shingle walls, textured mahogany/glass front door, and a number of custom-designed furniture pieces such as the cherry
with a blackened steel base. The house has many sustainable design features, such as the use of extensive clerestory windows to achieve natural lighting and cross ventilation, low VOC paints, linoleum flooring, 2x8 framing to achieve 42% higher insulation than conventional walls, cellulose insulation