431 folk Traditional Home Design Photos

Castro Design Studio
4 Reviews
Northway
Ideabooks4,976
Questions8
face it, folks: Most of us like to let light in.
face it, folks: Most of us like to let light in. In this living room, there is plenty of wall space on each side of the window to allow the fabric to stack completely off the window. Thus, no light is lost. Plus, this fools the eye into thinking that the window is much larger than it actually is.
face it, folks: Most of us like to let light in.In this living room, there is plenty of wall space on each side of the window to allow the fabric to stack completely off the window. Thus, no light is lost. Plus, this fools the eye into thinking that the window is much larger than it actually is.
“Window treatme” — izycki
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
Sumner Residence
Ideabooks1,651
Questions2
Folk VictorianAs materials became even more affordable, working-class families were able to build and design their own homes. Victorian romanticism was combined with classic English cottage and American homestead style to create the Folk Victorian. These homes, usually found in more rural settings, blend
example of folk Victorian style. These homes usually occurred in more rural settings between 1870 to 1910, built as materials became more affordable to working-class families. More people could afford to build homes with added ornamentation. Ready-made, elaborate, mass-produced wooden trim pieces made their
“House exterior” — Isil Gurbuz
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Ford Caretaker's Cottage Renovation
Ideabooks8,726
Questions12
Americana, folk art and locally sourced goods. As you are out shopping this month, make a point of seeking out goods made in the USA. From vintage folk art at a summer fair to locally grown tomatoes, there are lots of things you can buy to support local businesses and craftspeople.
“Cabinets and shelves” — saeshacarlile
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
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Logan's Hammer Building & Renovation
1 Review
Meek Residence
Ideabooks324
Questions1
advised folks to keep their windows cracked during the winter to let in fresh air because the flu was an airborne illness. Radiator companies responded by making radiators a lot bigger so they could heat homes while windows were open during the winter. When the depression hit in the '20s folks weren't
advised folks to keep their windows cracked during the winter to let in fresh air because the flu was an airborne illness. Radiator companies responded by making radiators a lot bigger so they could heat homes while windows were open during the winter. When the depression hit in the '20s folks weren't
too hot. Folks soon learned that by painting their radiators with a paint that contained metal flakes, they could cut the output of the radiator by 20 percent. That's why you'll see so many of the old radiators painted silver or bronze.
“rad” — hqqh
George Clemens Architecture, INC
6 Reviews
Folk Victorian
Ideabooks402
Questions1
Folk Victorian
modern folk victorian
“COLOUR” — 4207woodburn
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Pacific Heights Residence - Traditional Living
Ideabooks532
Questions2
here, folks! A piece of furniture or two positioned in front of the fireplace puts it out of view.
“fabulous” — risris
The ReDevelopment Group
3 Reviews
TG Residence
Ideabooks515
Questions1
larger folk Victorian's symmetrical design. There might be a front gable with a side wing, a pyramid-shaped roof, a front porch with spindle work and flat jigsaw-cut trim. Colorfully painted woodwork is historically accurate, but for a while, Victorians were painted white or gray only. It didn't come
“Cute!” — Megan Marquardt
Garage Envy
Garage Envy
Ideabooks10,007
Questions7
Organized folks, boxes of free stuff we may or may not need are to be avoided like the plague. Run, my people, run!Whether in poker or decluttering, everything we need to know to win is all laid out for us. I hope you'll take The Gambler's advice.More: How to Get With a New Minimalist Mentality
“Garage organization” — clalbin
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