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TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Cottage Addition - Exterior
A one-and-a-half-story cottage-style board and batten addition highlights this traditional 1902 foursquare. Notice how the design team played with proportion while installing the board and batten on each story.
“vertical siding bottom” — halfnews
Lauren Bryan Knight
My Houzz: Adamo Family
Team with dark wallsDark grouting ties these tiles in well with rooms decorated in sombre colours, especially navy blue, black and grey. This brooding bathroom
“love the layout for a small bathroom :)” — sylviedroz
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
tradespeople? With full design services, tradespeople to complete the work are part of the package. You get peace of mind when your designer brings in a team of people he or she has worked with before. Is your day filled with chores, work and kids’ activities, with no time left for you? Design takes time
“Desk” — red16
The Works
9 Reviews
Sellwood Library House
full bathroom. The freestanding soaking tub is a modern version of what might have been there had this been a residence back in the day. The design team wrapped the room in paneling; two of the panels open to reveal recessed storage.Iris soaking tub: Cheviot; sink: Lutezia, Porcher
“Love the flooring and tub” — vander0915
The Works
9 Reviews
Sellwood Library House
room. The suspended ceiling and fluorescent lights were removed, opening the space to its full height. "Once the dropped ceilings were gone, the design team thought the space felt like the underside of a boat," Mitchell recalls. They enhanced this look by adding fake boxed beams. "By using the boxes, we
“couch and floor combo” — Annabel Slade
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
A Ski House - Stowe, VT
White Nut Suspension Lights team up with glass pendants to navigate the space between the countertops and the high slanted ceiling here. The light is available in a range of colors.
“Beams” — eogren
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Bastrop County Plantation House
until the 1970s. This bedroom still had the original paint, as well as scribbled notes from 1931 regarding the number of bales of cotton that year. The team flaked off the loose paint and then preserved what was left with conservator's coating, which adds a consistent and smooth layer that preserves the
“wood” — deerock34
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
House Earl's Court
with a pitched roof like this there is minimal space on the rear wall for a full-height glass door. Here, to boost light levels, folding doors are teamed with skylights installed down the spine of the roof and an attractive slit window alongside the doors.
“Guest house.” — Jeffrey Steinman
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