30,570 homeowner Home Design Photos

Angela Flournoy
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Gurfinkel
Ideabooks808
Questions1
4-inch pit was filled halfway with sand and inexpensive fire rocks. The homeowners then layered a more expensive fire glass on top to give it a reflective
4-inch pit was filled halfway with sand and inexpensive fire rocks. The homeowners then layered a more expensive fire glass on top to give it a reflective
“daybed” — dongualla
Simpson Cabinetry
Corner pullout drawers
Ideabooks19,298
Questions7
"Full-depth corner drawers are helping homeowners get the most out of tricky spaces."
clever solution for corners anymore. Full-depth corner drawers are helping homeowners get the most out of tricky spaces. Cost: Commonly $125 to $225 per drawer
clever solution for corners anymore. Full-depth corner drawers are helping homeowners get the most out of tricky spaces. Cost: Commonly $125 to $225 per drawer
clever solution for corners anymore. Full-depth corner drawers are helping homeowners get the most out of tricky spaces. Cost: Commonly $125 to $225 per drawer
“Más cajones” — guduva
CRE Construction
Bloomington New Home Construction
Ideabooks194
Questions3
Hi again. Our homeowner kindly dug through paperwork to find the details! The color is Agate Green
Hi "courtphil12" - This green was a homeowner selection that we did a match to sample on. It was a Sherwin Williams color
lake side custom home was designed to incorporate the lifestyle of the homeowners who entertain large groups of family and friends on a regular basis. The
“Sliver stand” — 1978tbs1
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Stunning laundry room, mud room & dog shower
Ideabooks60,923
Questions24
sit on the edge to wash my fur babies. The faucet & tile looks like this homeowner Loves her baby
Yes, this is from the homeowner's antique collection.
I believe that is an antique. This homeowner had amassed a house worth's of furniture for years while planning her
pet bath shows that you don't have to give up style for function. The homeowner incorporated antique transferware tile that complements the room's decor
your own style. This custom dog bath utilizes vintage tiles that the homeowner had been collecting for years.
“Dog Shower & Floor” — Janice Sims
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks2,749
Questions2
stain adjacent materials, especially concrete. I'd be curious if this homeowner has any issues with the rusty steel on the concrete slab next to the pool
stain adjacent materials, especially concrete. I'd be curious if this homeowner has any issues with the rusty steel on the concrete slab next to the pool
“rust metal siding? too much on garage, etc.” — sls99
Butler Armsden Architects
3 Reviews
A Wurster Revival
Ideabooks777
Questions1
ly Reimagining a San Francisco Wurster Photo 5 of 15 The team and the homeowner worked together on the design of this sculptural kitchen island, viewable
Craft #3 Tadelakt plaster The team and the homeowner worked together on the design of this sculptural kitchen island, viewable
The team and the homeowner worked together on the design of this sculptural kitchen island, viewable
The team and the homeowner worked together on the design of this sculptural kitchen island, viewable from the entry; it was inspired by the owner's trips
“Wtf” — bumpski58
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
53 Reviews
Minimal Landscape Design
Ideabooks1,976
Questions1
Even the smallest lawn can be powerful. Here the homeowner has created raised grass “pavers” where you might expect stone or concrete
g & Design SaveEmail Even the smallest lawn can be powerful. Here the homeowner has created raised grass “pavers” where you might expect stone or concrete
Even the smallest lawn can be powerful. Here the homeowner has created raised grass “pavers” where you might expect stone or concrete.
“grass steps” — h2mjd
Zugai Strudwick Architects
3 Reviews
Zen's House
Ideabooks372
Questions1
dormer. Dormers can provide multiple solutions to multiple problems. The homeowner of this Australian home used a dormer to bring in more light to an upstairs
dormer. Dormers can provide multiple solutions to multiple problems. The homeowner of this Australian home used a dormer to bring in more light to an upstairs
“Green” — beachbunny1967
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