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If you're looking to enhance your curb appeal, nothing packs a bigger punch than revamping your architectural design. Since it's the first thing visitors see, it makes or breaks your home's first impression — it can easily become the neighborhood star or the neighborhood dud. The exterior often reflects the overall style of the house and the family that lives there, so it sets the pace for the rest of your space. In the end, whether you have stone, wood, brick, steel or vinyl siding, make sure your materials, paint colors and overall traditional design represent what you like and who you are. More
Residential Design by Heydt Designs, Interior Design by Benjamin Dhong Interiors, Construction by Kearney & O'Banion, Photography by David Duncan Livingston
Mill Valley Classic CottageHeydt Designs
Custom ArchitectureJB Architecture Group, Inc.
2014 Spring Parade of Homes. Come to meet the designer, Robert Hartranft, at the Parade of Homes show.
2014 Spring Parade of HomesHart's Design
A Remodel of Necessity. This home was destroyed by a chimney fire during the 2009 holiday season. With significant damage to the home's flat roof, main floor living room and dining room, and its upper level master suite, the homeowners were facing a complete renovation. The homeowners decided that it made sense to remodel the home's antiquated kitchen at the same time, so by the end of the project's design phase, nearly every inch of the home was touched by the remodel.
Washington DC Fire RestorationKingston Design Remodeling
This home exterior has Cedar Shake siding in Sherwin Williams 2851 Sage Green Light stain color with cedar trim and natural stone accents. The windows are Coconut Cream colored Marvin Windows, accented by simulated divided light grills.
Custom Home - Door County, WIVan's Lumber & Custom Builders, Inc.
The site for this new house was specifically selected for its proximity to nature while remaining connected to the urban amenities of Arlington and DC. From the beginning, the homeowners were mindful of the environmental impact of this house, so the goal was to get the project LEED certified. Even though the owner’s programmatic needs ultimately grew the house to almost 8,000 square feet, the design team was able to obtain LEED Silver for the project.
Monroe HouseMoore Architects, PC
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