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similar to our DAG The Dogwood Ridge plan
I thought about angling our garage the same way when we build the house.
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Minnesota & our architect designed tongue & groove into the home, however, our builder is concerned with the weather (expanding/shrinking) that we will experience rotting underneath. Any thoughts or suggestions? Ours does not have the 1.5" reveal cut.
communicate a story about your home. If you want a feeling of formality, then a symmetrical composition is your likely desire. If you're looking for more of a relaxed and casual feel, than perhaps it's asymmetry that you want. And color plays a huge role in the overall appeal of your home. Will it be calming
to meet our parking requirements — we have a business occupancy downstairs and residential occupancy above — but we actually don’t park in the garage. Instead we use it as a woodshop/model-making zone and staging for our construction projects." Further, "it has two garage doors at 90 degrees on adjacent