9 pre engineered barn home Midcentury Home Design Photos

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Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Hello! I was wondering the tiles are a textured porcelain tile? We got a similar grey tile for our new build home (Master Bath). We haven't moved in yet, however, I am starting to have questions on how to keep them clean. If these are textured, will you please let
(recess in floor) was engineered by a structural engineer and all work so far - plumbing, electrical and structure have been inspected and passed by both the structural engineer and city inspectors. We will be going back to upgrade the subfloor somewhat and start the shower pre-slope process. This will
“- Like larger tile on shower wall and inset for shampoos in smaller offset accent tile. But not the” — ejrubin
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
This is the info from the architect, who specified the flooring: Vernal' European Oak, Engineered, Hard Wax Oil Finish
s the info from the architect, who specified the flooring: Vernal' European Oak, Engineered, Hard Wax Oil Finish chateau
Vernal' European Oak, Engineered, Hard Wax Oil Finish
My Dream Home!!
“Marrakech Express rug by Niba” — H. Hong
Dining area
Sorry, I don't know anything about engineered flooring so I can't help you with this.
thank you! If you had to choose an engineered floor (type of wood; type of color; a manufacturer you love?) to pair with a mid-century modern remodel of a Mies Van der rohe townhouse -- any suggestions greatly
with no emotional ties to your stuff. Someone objective can help you decide what goes in the boxes and what gets sold, donated or thrown out. Making a home together is an opportunity to start fresh. We all have things we save that show where we come from and memories we’ve made, but we have to realize that
that some of our personal belongings aren't special or imbued with magical life-altering properties. Bring only what’s significant into the new home you're sharing. If you both own the same thing (say, a flat-screen TV), stick with the newest one or the one still under warranty and sell or donate the
“mid century” — terrimaejones
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
White Crane Construction
8 Reviews
Mid-Century Home Kitchen And Dining
Mid-Century Home Kitchen And Dining
Barn Light Industrial Jasper
Engineered Quartz
“Color” — vnithya
place architecture:design
6 Reviews
Moss Hill Master Bath
Modern master bath renovation in this mid-century home. Geoffrey Hodgdon Photography
barn door with handle
barn door hardware...barn doors...engineered quartz...Barn door
“Bathroom door” — stevepham
Dana Perez
Dana Perez: Mid2Mod in-law house
Photo by Home Snappers; courtesy of Dana Perez
Wonderful thought out home! What is your advice on how to find such great pieces, like your credenza? I have downsized from 3200+ soft, to a condo on the beach for a while. How wonderful to be close to family. Hoping someday
HI, I have a mid-century home and looking to build an adiition for my mom and I think a rectangular addition would fit perfectly and i was wondering if you could share the floor planto so I have an idea to get me started. Thanks, F.
$65J guest house (pre fab) one bedroom w/bath 650 sq. ft.
ideas for art barn ie paint the dark brown door and use rocks/stones around entryway; install overhang....
shed looks as nice as homes!
you might need someone to take care of you. It might make sense to sell your home and invest in adding a unit on to one of your children’s existing homes or properties. Join the discussion!More: When You’re Suddenly Solo at Home
“love the color” — jwls14
Honor Homes
Mid-Century Modern Renovation
pre-rinse faucet
engineered quartz...Honor Homes
Becker Architects Limited
21 Reviews
modern ipe and stainless deck
Can you tell me the manufacturer? Our new home will have a similar setting and I would like to preseve the view. Thanks
Hey there. Are all of those woods pre treated? Like saturated or thermal treated? Because If we use Ipe, Cedar, Redwood, Garapa, Mahogany, Teak for outdoors I doubt they stay in shape like
The size of the deck also has structural implications. Your architect, engineer or contractor should size the beams, joists and pier footings so that the deck not only meets structural requirements but also feels stable to the people on it. The higher people are
“railings” — 5941highland
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