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Divine Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Hampton Cottage Style Home
Ideabooks4,579
Questions8
We’re garage doors now, but soon they’ll promote us to full-time Stormtroopers.Add your own: Does your house have a face? Please share your photo in the Comments.
We’re garage doors now, but soon they’ll promote us to full-time Stormtroopers.Add your own: Does your house have a face? Please share
“curved roof line - details on home” — Trisha Raich
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
San Juan Passage: Exterior
Ideabooks15,970
Questions7
One of the tenets of new urbanism is promoting front porch culture, which is thought to increase interaction between neighbors and build community. This home is part of a neighborhood in Washington state where this easy, breezy porch culture is celebrated. It's easy to imagine sitting on an Adirondack
“sloped lot” — alliedaisy
Apex Energy Solutions
1 Review
Promotional Home - Carmel
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Promotional Home - Carmel
susiegriff
Renovated Cape Cod
Ideabooks1,473
Questions2
New urbanism embraces the good old-fashioned front porch as an element that promotes community interaction. There's plenty of room here to wave your neighbors over to join you for some sweet tea.
“Black trim” — kellimcd
Dunn-Edwards Paints
4 Reviews
Traditional
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Dealer access for promotional use
“Dealer access for promotional use” — Tim Bosveld
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Porch
Ideabooks714
Questions1
adds interest to house promotes view to waterfall
“what if the front was facing west, perpendicular to front, make it more stone/glass, like the two g” — vegaspali
Jonathan Parks Architect
6 Reviews
Cherokee Park West - Courtyard
Ideabooks4,431
Questions4
something I will definitely pass on to the landscape designer. Thank you so very much! I'm sorry I need to clarify your 1st statement ... Are you promoting terraced landscaping on the west and east (front and back) of the home? Because that for sure was what I plan to do in front (west elevation) and
“L” — Ashleigh Nagel
Houseplans.com
1 Review
Plan 118-102: Craftsman cabin
Ideabooks0
Questions0
The economical 24' wide by 28' deep footprint of this 1,154 sq. ft cabin is enhanced with an expansive 10' deep partially covered sundeck, promoting a multitude of outdoor activities and capturing the rear view. Window seats in the sitting / dining areas are warmed by the wood stove and encourage relaxation
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