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allee architecture + design, llc
Southern CT Beach Home
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Rip out carpets and paint floors. Painting, rather than refinishing or replacing, worn floors is much easier on the budget. And if your home is by the beach, carpeting is not such a hot idea anyway — all of that water and sand tracked in will damage new carpeting quickly. Add a little pizzazz
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Painting, rather than refinishing or replacing, worn floors is much easier on the budget. And if your home is by the beach, carpeting is not such a hot idea anyway — all of that water and sand tracked in will damage new carpeting quickly. Add a little pizzazz with nautical racing stripes on your stairs
“Beachy feel to staids” — pepperjake7
BCV ARCHITECTS
1 Review
Hill House
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space a sense of history even in modern applications, as in this home.
Awesome spiral staircase completely in keeping with this home. Railings are set into the ochre yellow walls giving you the security
prehistoric times for cave paintings. It can give a space a sense of history even in modern applications, as in this home.
Nice way to add heritage to your home.
modern applications, as in this home.
Ocher yellow was once made from clays and was used in prehistoric times for cave paintings. It can give a space a sense of history even in modern applications, as in this home.
made from clays and was used in prehistoric times for cave paintings. It can give a space a sense of history even in modern applications, as in this home.
“Very thinly constructed, but still heavy in appearance.” — majaberger
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
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typical and boring 1960s split-level home. Although I don’t have a photo of the space, I am renovating and wondering how to create a better flow and connection between rooms and levels? Any suggestions?
How do you paint two different colors in a rounded corner home
do not have too much practice at it. However, not knowing the architectural style of your home, again it's hard for me to recommend for you to remove the sharp corners. It you have a modern architectural style home with clean lines, then the sharp corners will probably be in keeping with the architecture
I really like split level homes. The separations are terrific and there's so much you can do with them. The photo is of a typical split where we removed all of the walls on the main
“Rounded corners for walls” — vavaron
Dewson Construction Company
6 Reviews
English Country House
Ideabooks4,622
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interior designer to complete their home. This particular home was the work of the home owner and Karin Lowney of Seed My Interior.
Many of our clients choose to work with an interior designer to complete their home. This particular home was the work of the home owner and Karin Lowney of Seed My Interior
of our custom built homes. For this particular home we used a custom stair builder to create this stunning staircase.
Thank you for your interest in one of our custom built homes. Many of our clients work hand-in-hand with a interior designer to complete their look. For this home, you can contact Bruce
Thank you for your interest in one of our custom built homes. Many of our clients work hand-in-hand with a interior designer to complete their look. For this home, you can contact Bruce Coon bruce@brucepalmerllc.com for more information on your question. Thank
“Pretty stairs” — rhondapool
Heather Merenda
Minimal and Modern in West Vancouver
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“clean contemporary” — chrisowe
Malbec Homes & Renovations Inc.
4 Reviews
From Concrete Barn to Custom Home
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From Concrete Barn to Custom Home
Absolutely beautiful! I wish you could replicate this home where I live in Alabama…hint:)!!
Sorry we can't help. The home was staged with furniture. And thanks!
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“stairs” — winhof
Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
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for 60,000+ RAMS Home Loan customers (...) inspiring them to embrace their mortgage and offerings: Market Updates, housing reports, renovating tips, seasonal style trends etc. The next issue will be sent out in October and focuses on small spaces, given that the majority of first home owners purchase
purchase small homes / apartments. We came across your image of the handy bike storage and would love to feature it in the mag as home inspiration to the readers. If you happened to have a clear snapshot of the bikes under stairs in hi-res we would love to use it. Please let me know if this is ok and if you
the space under your stairs is wasted, so this is a great example of a cool idea put into practice. The upside-down effect fits in perfectly with the home’s quirkiness, too.
“Stairs in garage going up to second level Rec room/sports bar/man cave?” — benstephanie
Optimise Design
5 Reviews
House in Dublin 4
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Crowe says. “Definitely no beige!”Browse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes | Contemporary Homes | Midcentury Homes | Ranch Homes | Traditional Homes | Barn Homes | Townhouses | Apartments | Lofts | Vacation Homes
carpet on the upper floors. ‘They had a very clear idea of the colour scheme they wanted,’ say Catherine. ‘Definitely no beige!’What did you make of this home? Tell us your opinions in the Comments section.
“Painted banister” — ldgolding
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