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Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
3 Reviews
Crandall Residence
Ideabooks5,377
Questions4
Crandall Residence Entry by Charles Cunniffe Architects. Photo by Aspen Architectural Photography
“Entry” — sammyann
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
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Cushman Design Group
4 Reviews
Goose Farm
Ideabooks8,751
Questions4
Siding style and color; metal roofing, strategic use of stone; working with contours.
Like the colors and style.
Lake house style
“☺️” — Julia Markovic
Kara Weik
Kara Weik © 2012 Houzz
Ideabooks9,330
Questions6
Nice style - White House with gray almost greenish shutters
Dallas home and install an old-fashioned rope swing.Tell us: Are you renovating a plantation home or working some of its elements into your home's style?
“front casement” — rosieg1012
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Ideabooks1,128
Questions2
Style and feel for beach house
The style
“House” — covste0106
Robert Mowat Associates
San Francisco Bay Area
Ideabooks793
Questions0
love this style…they included rosemary too
Spanish style...pretty nice style
“Landscaping” — randaspeer
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandywoods Farm
Ideabooks19,269
Questions16
Traditional style, color scheme - darker (charcoal gray) color for main color w/ lighter (cream/white) color for trim, and dark red door, mix of lap siding w/ board
craftsman style front
“Because excellence is not about being overdone... just about being correct and being good.” — Rempel Homes
CHRISTIAN DEAN ARCHITECTURE, LLC
2 Reviews
South Tyrol Remodel
Ideabooks5,418
Questions4
great contrasting colour, clean lines and style
Not style but layout
“Great modern option for a guest house.” — tallen1970
ORBIS design
Bourke Terrace
Ideabooks273
Questions0
conceal unexpected interiors, it’s also hard to believe they were once banned in most partS of Australia.In the 19th century, the terrace house (a style imported from Britain) was – like the Victorian home – a symbol of Australia’s flourishing wealth. Developers built long rows of terraces to accommodate
architects fashionably dressed their terrace houses in, what has been fondly termed “iron petticoats” – cast-iron lacework like that of the Victorian style homes. However, as much as we may admire terraces now, by the 1890s, many of these terrace rows had come to be considered slums and breeding grounds
import it from Britain, aiding the development of Australia’s industry and craftsmanship.Commonly seen on the balconies of Victorian- and Federation-style homes, wrought iron is used functionally and decoratively for railings, valances, balustrades, and fretwork. A simple geometric form was used in these
“back of house” — lissette2
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