558 Early electric Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Mylightingsource
Kitchen Designs
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are suspended by a thick high quality metal post which is adjustable. Early electric type bulbs are a perfect fit and fill out the complete look. It's finished
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
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Modern Ranch Home
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Early American windmills were used anywhere power was needed, according to a windmill
directed the electricity from the metal rod to the ground. A similar rod and ball model is used on this home, by Tom Meaney Architect.
in the ground.This home, by architect Tom Meaney, is done in the style of early agricultural buildings in California’s Santa Ynez Valley. Completing the
“pitched walls” — Matt McEwan
Fredendall Building Company
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Farmhouse Hall
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Its an Early American take-off, friendly simplicity
Early American Style Secret: Cooking With FireThere’s no doubt the Pilgrims had
Early American style...Early american stile...Large, early american (puritan?)
“beams” — Joshua-Trisha Wiatt
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Sullivan Building & Design Group
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River Road Cottage
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the work. If you want to add electrical work (outlets, light switches) to the new wall, you may need permits. If no electrical work is involved, homeowners
the work. If you want to add electrical work (outlets, light switches) to the new wall, you may need permits. If no electrical work is involved, homeowners
“Privacy for each bed” — mafoote32
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Division St, Manson, WA
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Let the decor take a backseat to a spectacular view. Early sleeping porches typically were simple and undecorated. In the Pacific Northwest
Sleeping porch: Let the decor take a backseat to a spectacular view. Early sleeping porches typically were simple and undecorated. In the Pacific Northwest
2. Let the decor take a backseat to a spectacular view. Early sleeping porches typically were simple and undecorated. In the Pacific Northwest
Second Floor Sleeping Porch over new extension. Early sleeping porches typically were simple and undecorated.
2. Let the decor take a backseat to a spectacular view. Early sleeping porches typically were simple and undecorated. In the Pacific Northwest, this e
“Curtains” — 102030sadie
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
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Early American Style Secret: Gathering Baskets No self-respecting woman in early America would have found herself without
Early American Style Secret: Gathering BasketsNo self-respecting woman in early America would have found herself without
early american homes
“Baskets” — lori3171
Joanne Alderson Design
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Country gardens in Berkshire & Oxfordshire
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historic Italian parterres. The simple geometric pattern is more akin to the early designs of Renaissance gardens than to the complicated swirling designs found
historic Italian parterres. The simple geometric pattern is more akin to the early designs of Renaissance gardens than to the complicated swirling designs found
“fragrant and beautiful!” — woollypatchwork
tumbleweed and dandelion.com
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Vintage-Inspired Inglewood Cottage
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Looking for a vintage look, white, electric smooth surface range.
What type of cook top is on your stove? I'm used to seeing electric coils on this type of stove.
That's almost certainly an O'Keef and Merrit or a Wedgwood stove from the early '50s, probably gas, which have fold-down burner covers built into them. Wonderful
“roll around table” — ih20ski
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