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New Residence Villanova PASpencer-Abbott, Inc.
Just like a fairytale
Eclectic Farm HouseRikki Snyder
"fairytale" garden spot
The Hill Kitchen is a one of a kind space. This was one of my first jobs I worked on in Nashville, TN. The Client just fired her cabinet guy and gave me a call out of the blue to ask if I can design and build her kitchen. Well, I like to think it was a match made in heaven. The Hill's Property was out in the country and she wanted a country kitchen with a twist. All the upper cabinets were pretty much built on-site. The 150 year old barn wood was stubborn with a mind of it's own. All the red, black glaze, lower...
The Hill ResidenceMcKeithan Design Studio, LLC
fairytale kitchen right out of a novel... I love it! It is also a "working" kitchen where you can just grab a knife, pot, pan, spice, oil, etc. and get to work. There is alot to be said for open shelving.
The restoration of a c.1850's plantation house with a compatible addition, pool, pool house, and outdoor kitchen pavilion; project includes historic finishes, refurbished vintage light and plumbing fixtures, antique furniture, custom cabinetry and millwork, encaustic tile, new and vintage reproduction appliances, and historic reproduction carpets and drapes.
Bastrop County Plantation HouseVolz O'Connell Hutson
Classic plantation home! #1 Southern home choice.
Someday, I'll be back in the true south and have a home like this...
PLANTATION HOME IN TEXAS FROM 1836, w/addition and floor plan. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/6664661/list/Houzz-Tour--An-1850s-Ancestral-Home-in-Texas-Rises-Again
and down-home practicality, Southern plantation-style homes exude charm and grace. Key features might include columns, wide porches (single or double), shutters and — if you are lucky — mature trees dotting a vast lawn.
g the home's rich history while assembling a master plan. The wife had assembled family archives, photographs, interviews, handwritten family memoirs and letters. There were also a few Historic American Building Survery (HABS) photos taken in 1936 of the two parlors that designer Candace Volz analyzed
Passive House RetreatZeroEnergy Design
resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru Photography
2012 EcoHome Design Award - PRISM 2013 Award This LEED Gold certified vacation residence located in a beautiful ocean community on the New England coast features high performance and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House
: The home consumes one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built to code requirements
i like the clean lines of the home and simplicity of it. it's very modern and contemporary looking exterior
Thought it was SA. Love what was done. Really good ...makes me want to go home.
I Love everything about this home,
but the home and quiet surroundings have managed to evoke emotional reactions and de-stress the most stressed visitor over many years,” says Ros.Browse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes | Contemporary HomesMidcentury Homes | Ranch Homes | Traditional Homes
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Maine Coast Cottage Company is the architect, designer, creator and copyright owner of the designs and floor plans of this home.
2009 Showcase HomeWitt Construction
Style of home. The drive way design and material used. May my drive ways can just be widened and do a wall similar to this one. The window sticking out maybe I can expand the 4th bedroom. And use stone idea
future homes throughout my life. At the top of my list is a porte cochere (pronounced "port-co-SHARE"), a portico-like structure attached to a home that allows a car to pass under it. (The name comes from the French "porte cochère," or "coach door.") The roofed structure is similar to a carport — however
shrinking home. I think this has a lot to do with the The Not So Big House series by Sarah Susanka. What makes a home special, endless square feet or what happens within this space? Here is a wonderful example of a home that focuses on craftsmanship and character over size. A charming exterior entices
This little house is where Jessica and her family have been living for the last several years. It sits on a five-acre property on Sauvie Island. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
Tiny HouseJessica Helgerson Interior Design
of this home. I have a 980 square foot home that needs renovating and I love how you were able to fit the needs of the family in one tiny space. If only you lived near San Francisco. ;)
Small cottage , 540 sq foot. Good weekend home
of this home. also the way it look.
-foot home, one of the most popular on Houzz in 2012, which she says is a testament to a shift in the way people are looking at and designing their homes.Take a look inside Jessica Helgerson's home
beautiful home in Oregon. The small-space solutions, ecofriendly undertones and warm cottage style could translate to any new home or remodel.
insulates the home efficiently."Every room in the house works hard, and that's really the point. We remodeled everything and gutted it and turned the interiors into a highly efficient space," says Helgerson.
While cleaning out the attic of this recently purchased Arlington farmhouse, an amazing view was discovered: the Washington Monument was visible on the horizon.
Urban FourSquareMoore Architects, PC
I love the rustic, clean lines ifnthisbhome. The colors of the exterior are perfect for tj style of this home. The landscaping looks great with the home. Overall, what a gorgeous home!
on your home. I'm looking for the perfect white. Thanks!
on this home are 8" at the top and 10" at the bottom. Thanks for your interest!
This home has 4,500 sf of finished space. Thanks for your interest!
foursquare home received an addition and a restoration that focused on maintaining its classic proportions and characteristics.
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exteriorsMinnetonka Custom Homes, Inc
of this home (as soon as possible). Please & Thanks!!
Does anyone know what brand and color roofing shingles are on this home beautiful home wasn't sure if the builder still responds to these posts?
Wish I could find out the color of this home, and
of this home is very unique. Are the windows black with white trim? Thank you
material this home is made out of is it T1-11 Plywood and how well is it holding up ?
Exterior home color combined with trim color and wood doors
about this home....especially the front door and garage doors. Great combination of materials and colors
Nichol's HomeCorynne Pless
purchased at Home Depot a few years ago by the homeowners. I hope this helps! Corynne
Georgia home. See the full tour: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in GeorgiaWhat's your favorite Houzz Tour of all time? Post a link from any of the 1,000 Houzz Tours in the Comments.Browse by type:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | LoftsContemporary Homes | Modern Homes | Tr
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Eclectic Farm HouseRikki Snyder
10 Ways to Love Your Home More
"forever home" just isn't practical for many of us. But even if you're not sure how long you'll stay in one place, you can still have a forever connection with your house by incorporating smaller-scale dreams, embracing childhood memories and even welcoming pets into your home
ordinary homes. There are a lot of pictures of grander homes with landscaping.. This is just enough for a modest environment. And would fit with the Canadian landscape..
have a home that we feel connected with, where our families grow and some of our best memories are made. Each of us has our own particular set of challenges, and owning a house is not always a feasible option — but the potential to connect with your home is always there, no matter where you are living