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Richardson Architects
9 Reviews
ya you can water the animals i one plant flowers in the other
The structure looks as though it’s been there as long as the other farm buildings, thanks to the style, the corrugated red metal roof and the tongue and groove siding. Galvanized metal troughs from the feed store fit right in as planters.The blackboard is for posting daily schedules for activities like
“railing” — frew
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
There are additional cabinets on the other wall. The dishwasher is on the left hand side of the sink.
mind. After space and budget considerations, think about your lifestyle. Children and pets inspire certain choices, such as a mudroom, while erasing other choices, such as a glass sculpture in the foyer. Think about where you live, too. A mudroom really isn't necessary if you're a city dweller in a 22nd-floor
“kitchen” — mdeyhim
Traditional Exterior
dominant vertical element that a belt line continues through provides a way to weave exterior design elements together. And aligning the belt line with other architectural elements, such as a lower roof fascia, can visually lift an upper level, giving it more presence.
“closest to what we will probably end up building” — nightowls
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
small 1960s house elsewhere on the property. “My personal needs are very basic,” Towle says. “I don’t cook, and I would be bouncing from one end to the other.” He visits the Farley Garrison House regularly, entertains clients there and keeps the beds made, the heat on and the bar stocked, but wants to preserve
“Beautiful bedroom.” — Jennifer Brock
1 Review
Burns Barn
ties to their children, even after the children leave.”The point is, the adjustment can and will be tough. You’ve spent all that time taking care of others, maintaining a full house and various schedules and workloads. And now things are quiet, and your house feels gigantic — your purpose unclear. What
“Comfortable, casual, uncluttered” — maryleepond
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Ewing House Colonial Williamsburg
1700s, and we've clearly come to love everything about its simplicity and ability to mix with different types of traditional decor. The Ewing House and other historic homes in Colonial Williamsburg are open for guest stays throughout the year. Read more about lodging options and plan your next visit. More:The
“Add to master suit” — drea1261
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
traditional and match the house or not, you can really have some fun with poolhouses," Crisp says. The barn at right is still used to store tractors and other implements.More Houzz Tours: Beautiful Cape RenovationOpen and Cozy Family SpaceCapes Across America19th-Century Family Farmhouse
“.....” — Chandan Waratkar
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
HarmonyCoordinate with other design elements. You’ll notice that the glass panel over the front door mirrors the top panel of the windows on the facade here. Making this connection
“Awesome exterior for side door.” — backhaus
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