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Sam Allen Custom Home Design
3 Reviews
Sam Allen Custom Home Design
bathroom, into a luxurious traditional bath house
Make it a double shower with a built in tub behind it. 3-4 steps
steps up into the jacuzzi tub. Built in shelves and hooks. Stone, rustic look
“Gorgeous” — dlsehlstrom
U+B Architecture & Design
14 Reviews
Kid's Bedroom
Cluster artwork, ceiling light, traditional bed
Built in storage and desk.
built-in desk
“Cat” — martarm
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
A traditional house that meanders around courtyards built as though it where built in stages over time. Well proportioned and timeless. Presenting its modest humble face this large home is filled with surprises as it demands that you take your time to experiance it.
“Style Secret: Bermuda Shutters Oh, so that's what those top-hinged shutters are called. Long used in” — jimlisa1
Nancy Lem Design
10 Reviews
Country Modern
Traditional kitchen yet modern dining area. Love the bench & windows!
Built in couch?...built-in bench
“Table” — Vanessa Simeonidis
Culligan Abraham Architecture
5 Reviews
search along the left side with criteria like Glass, Metal, Traditional, Square etc. Also Wayfair.com has many choices. Hope this helps.
The front door was built specifically for this home.
Built in raw wood cabinet
“Love this open space living” — Leigh-Anne O'Brien
Upscale Construction
1 Review
Jackson Street
Upscale Construction worked with the architect and interior designer to recreate and replicate existing finishes, while updating this beautiful, traditional home. The project included a full remodel of Kitchen, Butler's Pantry, Dining Room, Family Room, Master Bathroom, Dressing Room, and partial remodel
Is this good to have a built-in bench inside the bathroom?
“Color scheme” — Colleen Seibert
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
5 Reviews
Front Exterior
This historic home and coach house in a landmark district on Astor Street was built in the late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision
Ben, The Chicago Landmarks Survey of 1996 lists this home as being built in 1899 with no permit and no architect of record. It is classified as Gothic Revival. I also see elements of Italianate and French Chateau.
“colour of limestone” — katyalissovaia
The Images Publishing Group
A Classical Journey: The Houses of Ken Tate
Beautiful entry door & side lights. I assume it is custom. Can you tell me who designed and/ or built it?
This company actually built my front door, and I absolutely LOVE it!!! We moved in Oct, 2013.
traditional area rug
“Love” — kohalloran575
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