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Normandy Remodeling
40 Reviews
Staircase
Ideabooks364
Questions3
This staircase is located in a home that underwent a major renovation and expansion by Normandy Remodeling. Award Winning Normandy Designer Vince Weber created this beautiful space, and you can learn more about Vince by visiting http://www.NormandyRemodel.com/VinceWeber
“Floor color” — aaparker
Linda L. Floyd, Inc., Interior Design
7 Reviews
Denver Manor Home
Ideabooks110
Questions0
New iron staircase done in the French manor with custom chandelier
“staircase” — toniabad
Zimina Inna
k18
Ideabooks4,710
Questions3
“Stairs” — moe35
JD Bergevin Homes, Inc.
Yarrow Point
Ideabooks859
Questions2
“cool recess panel column” — gaerke2007
Mary Prince Photography
10 Reviews
Historic Antique Federal-Style Becomes Bright and Roomy with R
Ideabooks513
Questions4
Photo by Mary Prince © 2013 Houzz
“balusters handrail” — Boxwood Interiors
Melocco and Moore Architects
Birchgrove House
Ideabooks222
Questions0
The Birchgrove House project involved alterations and additions to a free-standing 1889, heritage-listed Victorian Regency residence. The design approach was to refurbish and expose the significant features of the original building to then act as a backdrop to a new living pavilion to be located within the rear garden. This new pavilion is also used to capture water for reuse, ...More
“stairs” — Sarah Chen
Dunlap Design Group, LLC
5 Reviews
Upper Staircase
Ideabooks7,163
Questions5
This is no ordinary landing; it’s practically another room! Because the home’s traditional architecture is so clean and simple, we were able to contrast it with contemporary fabrics and artwork. Our client’s miniature chairs fit perfectly in the niche---a collection always has more impact when grouped together. We covered the window seat in a graphic Italian fabric, and ad...More
“Alcove rounded top” — mhoska
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Creek Ridge Court - Minnetonka, MN
Ideabooks2,006
Questions7
When the owners of this two-story cottage first contacted Schrader & Companies, they planned on renovating their 1970's home. They loved the location, but the house needed work. As they talked through the design, however, it soon became apparent that it wouldn't cost much more to tear down the home and build new. "The homeowners loved that idea," says Andy Schrader. Their new ...More
“chandelier frame-moulding window” — chelitahouse
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