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Tim Andersen Architect
7 Reviews
Street view with restored porch
Ideabooks7,450
Questions13
Craftsman. Original entry stair, balcony, door and railing were missing, and rebuilt. Our period design with cut-outs in railing does not match original. Exterior colors are Benjamin Moore "Mountain Lane" for body and "Barely Yellow" for trim. David Whelan photo
material pattern/color seems just right for this home. I'm about to start on a similar project and would appreciate knowing the brand/model/spec on the roofing! Many thanks, great work!
Could you please advise the color of the door Its a beautiful home and am building a cottage and this looks i
painted my own home about the same color but was told that if it wasn't the right shade and had to much yellow it would fade faster. Which was one of my concerns for my customer. Thanks again!
“classic” — navaneeth66
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Basement Den
Ideabooks22,995
Questions28
I want to recreate the window moulding, can you tell me which type of moulding pieces were used and the sizes? I have taken this picture to local home improvement store and they were no help! Also when putting moulding around windows, should you also put casing inside the window? Any help would be
are interior single pane windows that allow light from another room with a large egress area on the lower level of the home. The other room is a well lit home office. See the photo below for the other side of this space.
I believe this is a Mitchell Gold piece sold through Williams Sonoma Home.
The color we used is Sage Mountain by Benjamin Moore.
That was a piece from Williams-Sonoma Home that is not produced any longer.
“Visón a and yellow” — Sabrina Passerotti
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Mazama Guest Cabin
Ideabooks2,005
Questions4
The Mazama Cabin is located at the end of a beautiful meadow in the Methow Valley, on the east slope of the North Cascades Mountains in Washington state. The 1500 SF cabin is a superb place for a weekend get-a-way, with a garage below and compact living space above. The roof is “lifted” by a continuous
continuous band of clerestory windows, and the upstairs living space has a large glass wall facing a beautiful view of the mountain face known locally as Goat Wall. The project is characterized by sustainable cedar siding and recycled metal roofing; the walls and roof have 40% higher insulation values than
What does the inside of this garage look like? I like the design of the outside.
What is the minimum maximum ceiling height as designed on the living level? Where is the staircase located?
“Roof. Blended doors. Privacy windows.” — Justin Pitcher
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Mazama Guest Cabin
Ideabooks8,436
Questions10
The Mazama Cabin is located at the end of a beautiful meadow in the Methow Valley, on the east slope of the North Cascades Mountains in Washington state. The 1500 SF cabin is a superb place for a weekend get-a-way, with a garage below and compact living space above. The roof is “lifted” by a continuous
continuous band of clerestory windows, and the upstairs living space has a large glass wall facing a beautiful view of the mountain face known locally as Goat Wall. The project is characterized by sustainable cedar siding and recycled metal roofing; the walls and roof have 40% higher insulation values than
We are interested in building a garage/guest house that would compliment our current home and setting. A design such as this is perfect. Please let me know. Thank you. Your work is beautiful and is just what we are looking for.
“living space over the garage” — Molly Just
Pine Mountain Builders, LLC
5 Reviews
Camp Callaway
Ideabooks16,191
Questions18
What is the color of the paint on this home so pretty
Do you, or know of anyone else, who builds these homes in Johnson City, TN?
water is managed by the fact the the home is elevated off the ground. If you look closely you will see that the home is on pressure treated 10x10's. We also to great care to preserve the natural grade surrounding the home as well as the top soil.
I would love to build this home .... where are the rest of the pics and lay out???
A small place to call home
Great small lake or mountain retreat
“tin roof” — amandaterrones1
Timberpeg
4 Reviews
Timberpeg Carriage House
Ideabooks17,201
Questions8
Interesting! Well, this is a very unique house indeed—a winner of several home design awards, and one of the most wildly popular designs with our customers.
You can take a look at the floor plan on the Timberpeg website: http://www.timberpeg.com/Hawk-Mountain-Timber-Frame-Floor-Plan. Are you interested in building a new home? This is a very popular home that fits a lot into a small footprint at only about 1600 square feet. Feel free to give us a call
smaller floor plans on our website at: http://www.timberpeg.com/FeaturedFloorPlans. These are only a few. We have an in-house design department that will be happy to design a home for you specifically. That's what we really specialize in. Where are you planning to build and when do you hope to move in?
“cute rustic accounts” — amandaterrones1
Margaret Donaldson Interiors
8 Reviews
The Hunting Life
Ideabooks3,183
Questions3
i would like to see interior design for little house in the woods
Hi, I just completed the design of a cottage in the Western North Carolina mountains and love the exterior color scheme
Love this home for fresh country look!!!
interior colors pulled from nature: soft
into the Ace Basin), the Lowcountry is equally characterized by marsh homes and country homes. These homes nestle into the surrounding live oak trees and cooperate with their surroundings in color and feel," says Luff. "The interior colors are pulled from nature with soft neutrals, greens, blues and grays
grays. Often there are custom-made case goods from reclaimed wood. These homes tend to focus on the idea of filling the house with family and friends — comfort and a quiet sophistication."
“Nice size” — ibulldoggie
TKP Architects
10 Reviews
Stone Cottage
Ideabooks3,245
Questions2
I am in the dream stage of building my home. If only I could piece together this n that from the many images I've looked at and put them in the brain of such talented Architects! So while I'm dreaming I figured I would go for it full throttle! I have a very limited budget but ideally (and perhaps
would be lovely for even a 'first home'!
I could build this on the property, live in it, and rent out the log home!
“back of home” — mbandel
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