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Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
14 Reviews
Andalusian Custom Home
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Photo: Jim Bartsch Photography
“modular coch” — Marc Krouse
nicole helene designs
textured eclectic great room
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and area. Appraisers do take into account the way the home functions in the area and for its age. "In Atlanta, the downtown-area homes built in the 1920s had two bedrooms and one bathroom, which is common for this area. But that house wouldn't function properly in suburban Atlanta, with newer homes that
“black walnut floors” — eegan21
Michelle Kidd Design
9 Reviews
1920s Beauty
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1920s Beauty
1920s home
Michelle Kidd Design
9 Reviews
1920s Beauty
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1920s Beauty
1920s home
Michelle Kidd Design
9 Reviews
1920s Beauty
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1920s Beauty
1920s home
Scott Morris Architects
21 Oriole
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21 Oriole is a 1920s home in downtown Toronto that was modernized and upgraded within the existing footprint of the home to provide a more efficient and usable family living quarters.
Streeter & Associates, Inc.
International Style
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Originally built in the 1930’s emerging from the International Style that made its way into Minneapolis thanks to visionary clients and a young architect, newly graduated from the University of Minnesota with a passion for the new “modern architecture” The current owners had purchased the home in 2001
International - The International Style emerged in the 1920s and 1930s, the formative decades of modern architecture, as first defined by Americans Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson in 1932, with an emphasis
al Style references interpreted in modern colour sensibilities. Don’t feel you have to be strictly governed by a period’s style. Colour is a great way to bring a look into today’s aesthetic. Have some fun putting your stamp on the reinterpretation.
“rosa” — panterarosa2525
Kasten Builders
3 Reviews
Swatt Miers - Sausalito, CA
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I love,love.love this, can'd do this in my old 1920's house, but if I ever get into a modern style.....
“i like the invisible steps and the floors in this pic” — isabella2001
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