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Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Forest Hill Home
Ideabooks6,034
Questions4
Home of a very serious Sports & Entertainment Collector. Photography: Peter A. Sellar / www.photoklik.com
Home Theater - sports theme
Incredible sports bar at home.
Forest Hill Home...home theater
“Sous-sol” — el_bonhomme
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Photo credit: Kimberley Bryan © 2013 Houzz
Ideabooks9,120
Questions9
Hi Anna. The Hornings built their home, so the floors are new. Here's the information: Flooring: Dark Roast, Mendocino hardwood hickory, from Associated Flooring. --They are beautiful floors
If you go to the My Houzz tour of this home, you'll see that the homeowner answered many questions regarding the furnishings, etcetera, in the comments section. I also recommend you look at the
Ceiling- good way to cover ugly mobile home stuff
white ceiling solution to lake home.
No. 8. Cari and Greg Horning, daughters Kendall and Piper, golden retriever Scoop and three farm cats went from mobile home to contemporary farmhouse. See the full tour: History Resonates in a New Washington Farmhouse
“Rustic modern mix” — petristin
Brenna Barzenick
My earthy, contemporary home
Ideabooks1,865
Questions1
@marsia and @dreamhouseforsomeday thank you both so much. Yes, the photos in John Hill's Ideabook are all from my home. Since the photos were taken (2012), the house has many more layers (rugs, furniture, art etc) and is definitely not as clean (thanks kids, dogs, cats
“may do shed dormers like you used, too. Gorgeous design!” “Nice single level home with shed roofs and clerestory windows.” “clestory windows, metal roof, shading with wood planks.” “Close up roof lines metal and wood” “roof line,
“Clear story roof” — Personal Space Interior Design
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks2,732
Questions1
the sports event, awards ceremony or science fair will take up far less room, and will probably feel more meaningful down the road anyway. midcentury home office by Adrienne DeRosa Adrienne DeRosa Negative keepsakes. Some journal writing is really just venting — it's the process of doing it that's important;
is to stay true to the architect's original vision, while modernizing the space effectively. This new built in desk utilizes a tricky spot in an old home, but fits in easily with its use of the same wood and style.
Likely inspired by the home office designs of Frank Lloyd Wright, this desk blends into the corner of the room. The lamp lures the eye lower, which makes the small area seem cluttered
“Rich wood colors” — mattchat
Tal Goldstein
24 Reviews
Tal Goldstein
Ideabooks3,708
Questions4
Home office
“painted wood” — Danielle Griffith
James Glover Residential & Interior Design
16 Reviews
Eads Residence
Ideabooks9,136
Questions8
Beautiful home!! Would you please share the exterior paint color?
I would love to see what the front of this home looks like and any additional photos that you may have. love this house
Hi there Gorgeous home. Where are the
A very cozy home Lov it
very awesome home, the views and patio cool
Dream home!
“Outside dining” — akrobertson
KEYSTONE Home Designs by Gerardo Castillo
Ponomareva residence
Ideabooks1,971
Questions3
KEYSTONE Home Designs by Gerardo Castillo
What is the whitish stone on the home - the rectangle ones?
Nice home front w. garage
Bank owned home on 9th
“Arch” — viviensedgwick
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
craftsman teahouse
Ideabooks7,697
Questions9
What are the bottom of the pillars made of? Concrete, stone, wood? Love this idea for the rear of our home under the decking.
Thank you so much. Beautiful home.
thank you- I was asking for a specific reason. I have a home on Lake MI with odd-shaped windows and this looked like a good idea for the slope of
Single dormers. When Craftsman homes have dormers, they tend to be wider and stand out on their own, unlike the pairs of dormers that typically appear in Cape Cod–style cottages. Single dormers are often wide enough for two to three windows. Dormers, especially wide ones, can transform unused attics
“Porch” — debsharp
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