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Shannon Malone
Kitchen
Ideabooks13,341
Questions13
2. A Hilltop Family Home in Santa Cruz The cozy and comfortable livability of this beach-town home in California had many Houzzers wanting to move right in. Plenty of natural light, international influences, a family-oriented design and classic architecture made it
an interesting home, telling its story through words and pictures.
2. A Hilltop Family Home in Santa CruzThe cozy and comfortable livability of this beach-town home in California had many Houzzers wanting to move right in. Plenty of natural light, international influences, a family-oriented design
The first idea Enid took from the book was "south-facing outdoors." The family previously lived in two houses on the same street: one south facing, where they spent a great deal of time outdoors on the steps enjoying the sun, and one north facing, which was much dimmer inside and had steps always covered
“Barstool” — adeleken1
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Bay Area Home Addition
Ideabooks3,954
Questions3
5. Sort board games and check for missing pieces. After a summer's worth of game nights and play dates, the board game situation in any family home is sure to be a sorry state. Enlist the kids to help sort Monopoly money and Scrabble tiles, then treat yourselves to ice cream cones.
Bay Area Home Addition
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family room...Cozy family room...Family room
“Shelves behind couch...” — rdhmorris
Shannon Malone
Exterior
Ideabooks3,253
Questions4
Charming home! Who is the manufacturer of the windows please?
variations "People like buildings that allow them to transition gently from inside to outside." The couple designed their home with plenty of porches and large shallow steps, allowing their family to enjoy the outdoors, while still enjoying the comforts of the indoors.
this looks like a friendly home
gently from inside to outside." The couple designed their home with plenty of porches and large shallow steps, allowing their family to enjoy the outdoors, while still enjoying the comforts of the indoors.Houzz call: Share your creative family home with us.
“Like the steps” — tomjthomp
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The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Ideabooks37,640
Questions5
Plus, a garden will give you an opportunity to experiment with composting — an excellent way to cut back your family's contribution to landfills.Raised Beds Lift the GardenMore Family Home:Living Rooms You Can Live InCreative Multi-Use WorkspacesA Kitchen the Entire Clan Will Love
8. Plant a family garden. Gardens are great for families. They're fantastic ways to teach children about where food comes from, and they are good for the earth. Planting and harvesting
“Garden” — mtharayil
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Remodeled front entry
Ideabooks4,829
Questions8
Love The Verticle Window, Changes A Boring Home Front.
If you don’t have such a classically proportioned home, adding a portico and perhaps modifying some adjacent windows, as in this example, can give a sense of depth to an otherwise flat facade. The red door
in for a treat when they step inside this home.
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3. Power wash paths and siding. Giving your home's exterior and paved areas a power wash can
It's amazing the difference the front door can make in the appearance of a home's facade. A splash of red-orange on the exterior door adds a vibrant touch to a traditional exterior.
“Color!!” — enfro
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks1,806
Questions2
radiata pine trees from the edge of the property to give the planting beds more sunshine. The pines were cut into bulky beams and used to build the family's home.
radiata pine trees from the edge of the property to give the planting beds more sunshine. The pines were cut into bulky beams and used to build the family's home.
“Plant selection? Grouping of pots? Different levels?” — Blue Rose Gardening
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
San Antonio, TX: Chris Berry & Paige Blend
Ideabooks3,357
Questions3
God redo of a normal size home.
Everything! This photo makes me want to go in this home!
birth of the California BungalowIn the late 19th century and early 20th century middle-class Americans started moving from city apartments to single-family homes. They sought a modest and affordable style of housing – less fuss, less maintenance, less cost, and less need for any grand designs. The Bungalow
Hire a home stager. Your stager will have important input on what repairs and changes will be most worth your time and money, and which ones to skip.Hire additional pros as needed, starting with a landscaper. Remember, the landscape needs time to fill in.More: 10 Low-Cost Tweaks to Help Your Home Sell
Berry and Blend didn't really feel like the house was home until they landscaped the front and back yards in 2011. Previously the landscape was just a plain patch of dirt. After Berry planted trees, shrubs and grass, "the house really became a little piece of paradise," he says.Berry unabashedly refers
“concrete sidewalk…not bad” — pxcmartin
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights Addition
Ideabooks16,268
Questions8
New York to the Victorian row houses of San Francisco. All feature long, narrow floor plans and can be either divided into flats or kept as single-family homes.Is it for you? Newly constructed lofts and townhouses have more spacious floor plans, but a classic old row house has character to spare and may
The back, or garden, elevations of these homes is where more windows and doors can be installed to bring extra light to the interiors.
“Doors” — Deidre Holland
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