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Wheeler Kearns Architects
Michigan Farmhouse
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Wheeler Kearns Architects
interior container home
“Zinc ceiling” — dawn_patterson
Donald Lococo Architects
10 Reviews
American Revival
what floor tile color would you suggest for a traditional style home? Dark, light. Would like to choose bianco antico or white spring granite countertop. The cabinets are Benjamin Moore simply white. Any suggestions
important other factor. For dark floors choose sea grasses or sisals or other lighter similars. This backdrop formula is often used throughout my portfolio. Donald
“bm simply white” — hobknob
Eclectic Kitchen
It was selected by the homeOwner and Decorator. There was no set color palette. They were looking for something fun for this beach house. Catherine M Knight, AIA
com, were sown.Today he sells vintage telephones to homeowners, builders and architects who hope to add personality and charm to their homes. In this modern Philadelphia kitchen with elements of the past, Knight Architects added a period-perfect touch with a cherry-red pay phone. It’s an example of what
Wiltfong found his calling early. “My grandparents operated a telephone exchange out of their home in Fontana, Kansas,” he says. “Grandpa was an ironworker, and Grandma ran the switchboard. When the grandkids came over, he would give us a screwdriver and a hammer and put us to work disassembling old
“Colour combo” — shiki_al
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Repurposing salvaged sink
This was answered in previous posts for different images of this kitchen, but there have been quite a few questions about this home so here it is again. These pendant are from Conant Metal & Light. The pendants are a custom pendant, in a standard finish they are $169.00.
Beautiful antique looking sink for cottage
“Windiws” — robbinchase
Joan Heaton Architects
Remote Cabin
reminds me of home with the high ceilings.
Spiral staircase leading to open concept white washed walls with pine. Beautiful. Floor is exactly what I wanted. This looks like my dream home. No island. Screw the island my husband put
site in South Lincoln, Vermont, this property can be accessed only by foot. What I would give to gaze out of this kitchen window.See the rest of this home
“lighting” — Mike
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
2. Add pops of colourWhether its fresh flowers, a bowl of lemons or other brightly coloured fruit, this is one detail that brings a home to life. Yellow or red flowers in the kitchen are good choices to make this hub of the house feel cheery and bright. If you’re going for fruit, stick
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
Danny Broe Architect
Small homes
“scale” — kayakchick
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Historic cottage renovation kitchen
TreHus worked from photographs of this home dating back to the early 1900's and with the Minneapolis Historic Preservation Commission to ensure that we honored the home's spirit and heritage throughout the project. Old-world craftsmanship and materials such as the tongue-and- groove boards, beadboard
beadboard accents on the cabinetry, subway tile, carerra marble, and wide plank pine flooring authentically bring back this home's former glory. Photo by Susan Gilmore.
A vent was not required for this stove. They are required most places, but not in this particular location. The home is in a historic district and had to be renovated in accordance with Minnesota Historic Preservation Society guidelines (we were actually more stringent
“Red chairs!” — Chris Webb
Streeter & Associates, Inc.
Mountain Charm
suite, acts as the home's center piece. Tasteful iron railings, fir millwork, stone and wood countertops, rich walnut and cherry cabinets, and Australian Cypress floors complete this warm and charming mountain-style home. Call today to schedule an informational visit, tour, or portfolio review. BUILDER:
BUILDER: Streeter & Associates, Renovation Division - Bob Near ARCHITECT: Jalin Design FURNISHINGS: Historic Studio PHOTOGRAPHY: Steve Henke
Modern elements combine with mid-century detailing to give this mountain-style home its rustic elegance. Natural stone, exposed timber beams and vaulted ceilings are just a few of the design elements that make this rustic retreat so inviting. A welcoming front porch leads right up to the custom cherry
“shelving around stove, bowl” — juli_and_dave
cottage front and back elevations are butt ugly - any ideas
I recently bought a cottage on a beautiful lot. The front (lakeside) of the cottage and the back are not very attractive. I would like to do something...
Looking for architect referrals in the muskoka area, canada
We are starting to investigate rebuilding our cottage in Muskoka. We have decided to start with an architect instead of going to a custom home builder...
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