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Colorado Master Builders
kitchen, being very utilitarian. But, as with all things in life, priorities and needs change. Several years later, now married with children, it became apparent that the home was going to have to change to meet those needs. A major remodel and addition to the home was undertaken. Additional bedrooms
We first designed and constructed this home in 1996. The original design incorporated heavily detailed spaces with dark moldings, cabinetry, built-ins, and trim. The catalyst for this was derived from a unique opportunity. Early in the design phase of the home, we were approached about salvaging a
incorporated into the design of the new home. The house was to be almost a castle, complete with gargoyle scuppers on the downspouts to what resembled a moat crossing at the front door created by large area wells on either side. Throughout the home, the spaces were designed as very masculine and
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Arc Design Group
French style custom estate featured on HGTV
additional architectural review processes that allow/disallow styles and materials for regional contextualism, or have height/massing requirements that need to be worked through. This home is very site specific, and if someone were to acquire a property that could accommodate an estate of this size, we
through a site analysis and to address regional construction issues (specifically, the weather...in dealing with snow, for instance, a different set of design considerations should be looked at).
Arc Design Group French Style Custom Estate Featured on HGTV "Million Dollar Homes"
love this house. We need to copy this (just smaller)
Paul Moon Design
the way they brought it around the side. Just what my house needs!
would need a tad bit bigger than this one for the front porch, but really
arbor design...trellis design...Paul Moon Design
Need more info on this property
I need to buil a property and would like more info about this one. Estimated price floor plan etc. Thanks
We like the design of this home
we LOVE the look of this house- roof, coloring, stone, ornamental design elements, etc; porte cochere
front of house, design
House design...Exterior design
Custome wood shutters
Style - size needs to be larger
Like design. Maybe consider a Z design
need to make these shutters and stain them same color as post in the back
The design of the shutters.
Wood design on brick
Siena Custom Builders, Inc.
very popular home we designed and built - the color
Marvin for the custom design diamonds and the rest of the home's windows - Integrity by Marvin.
Thank you for your interest in this home. We designed and built this custom home for a specific narrow property on an "in- town" lot that
the early morning hours - house faces east. Your builder should provide you samples of colors on the material you are using - this was cedar. You need to look at the samples at different times of days and on different sides of the home. From there you can see if it is the right color for your home
Thank you- we designed and built this home in 2007. The stain was a mixture that we came up with on site. It was a walnut based stain to start with and after that we added
Joe Carrick Design - Custom Home Design
Joe Carrick Design - Custom Home Design
Cool peaks like our plans maybe we need peak on garage
colors, open timber design
Stucco needs to be darker
DW Ricks Architects + Associates, PC
Courtyard in the evening
courtyard terrace. The second floor houses guest bedrooms. For energy conservation, each floor is zoned for separate heating and cooling needs. "Aging-in-place" design provides full accessibility throughout. All exterior doors have zero thresholds for access to porches and patios. Maneuvering space is
A new 3,500 sf Lyon Park residence designed and built under Arlington's "Green Home Choice Program". Green Home Choice is an elective alternative permitting process emphasizing energy efficient design. Green design features of note include: deconstruction, salvage & reuse of the original house; Green
shower is curbless. The rear garage entrance is ramped and a future elevator has been pre-planned into the ground floor Pantry & 2nd floor closet, if needed in the future.