Logan Homes
19 Reviews
The Tavilla in Landfall
Ideabooks320
Questions0
“terasa” — Matroskin Pomatrosil
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Full service Interior Design Firm
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Cottage Home, Inc.
1 Review
Spring Beauty
Ideabooks71
Questions0
This Lake Michigan house boasts a large screen/glass room, overlooking miles of Lake Michigan. Bluestone floor, beaded ceiling with recessed lights and galvanized fan, with tilt-up access windows from the kitchen that serve as a pass-through window.
“Floor. Simple porch” — sandybeth
Teakwood Builders, Inc.
5 Reviews
Correcting Character
Ideabooks530
Questions0
Built by Teakwood Builders, Saratoga Springs, NY An historic colonial home whose side entry had become the more natural main entry. To highlight this entry, Teakwood built a Greek Revival entry porch with open portico, twin support columns, a wall of Palladian windows, and strong pediment to match to the roof slope of the original home. Scott Bergmann Photography
“columns” — kkgood
Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Cornfeld
Ideabooks176
Questions2
“white house and fence” — Kaleem Hameed
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Clairemont Whole House Renovation
Ideabooks943
Questions2
Jeff Herr
“outside in concept” — Samantha Jolly
Andrew Roby General Contractors
8 Reviews
Porch addition: "Southern Charm"
Ideabooks130
Questions0
Porch addition. ---------- Andrew Roby General Contractors Builds & Remodels Residential and Commercial Properties (704) 334-5477 www.AndrewRoby.com
“Porch” — nbienvenu
Bridgehampton Broker
1 Review
Highland Terrace, Bridgehampton NY
Ideabooks53
Questions0
“screened porch?” — xleyla
Hepp Building and Remodeling, Inc
Azek Deck
Ideabooks28
Questions0
Completed Deck. Grading complete. Just need to add the landscaping.
“2 level deck” — Megan Campbell
glass shelves for our built-in
We are having a custom built-in installed in our dining room, and I'm wondering if 3/8 inch glass shelves will work, or if we should go with tempered glass....
Paint or stain Island
Should I go dark with a stain on the island or go light and possibly paint the island white?
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