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Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Dog Trot
Thank you for your response. I am in the process of remodeling my home and will have hardwood floors installed throughout the 1st floor. The pine floor is beautiful and it's exactly the look I want, however I'm not sure
love the doors - plantation style home
“Bifold doors to porch” — hundlin
Studio Z Architecture
10 Reviews
Burns Park Addition & Remodeling, 2000 & 2006
I love the window seat. Was that part of the renovation project? I want to have a window seat put in my new home. Been trying to come up with ideals of how to make it all work out and blend in with living room. This is beautiful. Can you please tell me the size
I just used Sherwin Williams Convivial Yellow in my Arts and Crafts style home. Very similar and looks nice with the wood.
“Tapis” — Rita Métivier
Thompson Custom Homes
6 Reviews
Bordley 2
Thompson Custom Homes
“Colors” — yescortez
Tomas O'Malley Architect
Burnett River House
home theater
“Colors” — staceymills
4 Reviews
Woodinville Retreat
Egge Construction if you do not already have a builder for your project. This mantel was custom built by Rob and his team (along with the rest of the home). His subs are outstanding and attention to detail unparalleled. The dry-stacked stone fireplace was created by Kelly Blanchard Masonry (Kirkland).
“beautiful stone” — teerlinki
Martha Angus Inc.
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights Family Home
Pacific Heights Family Home
The whole home
“Colors” — leeb715
Phillips Development
4 Reviews
Talon's Crest
Talon's Crest was our entry in the 2008 Park City Area Showcase of Homes. We won BEST OVERALL and BEST ARCHITECTURE.
Kind of like stone columns in home too. Adds rustic look
“Color Scheme for Media Room (Dark Wood Columns, etc.) (warmer tones)” — Brooke Brown
Alex Amend Photography
San Anselmo
Karin set up the home's family room with an eclectic array of travel finds, custom pieces and antique furniture. She had steam-bent beech chairs from 1906 reupholstered in a classic suzani. The massive wooden armoire on the left, common to 18th-century England, is called a breakfront. "Jim had it in
No. 9. Karin Blom moves her family into the beautiful 1923 cottage that she grew up in. See the full tour: Playful Style Reinvents a Childhood Home
“chairs” — marlahhope01
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