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“Love black and white chairs” — vilitan
Cam Bradford Builder
La Playa
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Eagle Roof Tiles...tile roof
“Flooring” — eveyb80
Mitchell Brock
6 Reviews
Lake City Home
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A contemporary home with a roof made up of two offset inverted rectangles that integrate into a single building supported by a solid wood beam. The visual
support for the home. The glazed windows extend from the underside of the roof plane down to the floor of the main living area, creating a ‘zero edge’ water
“Inside outside” — hloehr
Cook Bros Design Build Remodeling
Cook Bros. of Arlington, VA. - Rear Additions
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pitch of that roof was just over a 4/12. In determining what pitch we would use we were dealing with tying into the existing house roof which was already
“hearth and windows” — Debra Dobbin Huntley
David Vandervort Architects
5 Reviews
West Seattle Residence – Seattle, WA « DAVID VANDERVORT ARCHITECTS
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in-floor hydronic heat, durable metal roof ans metal and wood exterior cladding applied as a rainscreen system. A green roof planted with drought-resistant ground
“Windows” — willfs
Madison Modern Home
14 Reviews
Julie's Houzz
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Great Roof
“lights” — Karen Wilson
deMx architecture
Bowtie House Living Room
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openness through an expanse of windows facing east. You sense the shape of the roof in the slope of the ceiling from the living room (behind us) to the low ceiling
openness through an expanse of windows facing east. You sense the shape of the roof in the slope of the ceiling from the living room (behind us) to the low ceiling
“Fireplace” — Nancy Lee
Wright Design
4 Reviews
Shingle Style Cottage
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of stone, wavy edge and shingle siding are complemented by a cedar shingle roof. The interior features hand-scraped walnut floors, plaster walls, cypress
fireplace and walnut and mahogany doors. Old world details like swooping roofs, massive stone arches, and custom ironwork and lighting, help make this home
“wrought iron balcony” — rcarbonell
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