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Bills custom metal fabrications Inc.
driveway gate
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Re-Barn LLC
Lipscomb Log House
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1850's 2 story Irish half-lap log cabin being renovated (including matching old chinking) by Charlie Mayhew. Photo by same.
“More on chinking” — Sarah Ervin
Moore Architects, PC
Cherry Street Residence
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A simple one-story white clapboard 1920s cottage bungalow sat on a narrow straight street with many older homes, all of which meeting the street with a similar dignified approach. This house was the smallest of them all, built in 1922 as a weekend cottage, near the old East Falls Church rail station which provided direct access to Washington D.C. Its diminutive scale, low-pitch...More
“garage” — bibi2gws
Melville Thomas Architects, Inc.
7 Reviews
Entrance
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Anne Gummerson Photography
“grey stone” — 7carn999
Geoff Chick & Associates
5 Reviews
Crouch Residence
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Jack Gardner
“Second floor sunroom” — India Boodram
EJ Interior Design, Eugenia Jesberg
5 Reviews
Mill Valley Gourmet
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“Wall by the house” — kflower1
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Remodel of 1980's Home - Exterior
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This 2-story modern home with a predominant shed roof and diagonal cedar siding was built in the late 1980’s. The front porch had settled and was in need of repair. The front porch “repair” became the basis for a new front facade facelift. The addition of a gable over the garage, natural stone at the entry and Arts & Crafts era inspired detailing erased the homes modern 80’s st...More
“House” — gjr2211
Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
3 Reviews
Exteriors
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“Ok” — jasonambush
What Colour Bar Stools?
I am trying to lighten up my kitchen with some easy cheap quick fixes to last until we can afford to remodel it. I bought the school style stacking stools-...
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