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Laurie S Woods, ASID
Great view of home over stone walled stream.
one of my fav.exteriors, love the stream
Exterior and bridge+brook!
Gorgeous exterior...garden or river
“Tudor with stone” — dc5592
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Highcroft Residence
We are looking for a shade of red for our costal carolinia home that we are starting to build. Our siding selection includes two shades of grey
exterior slant on roof
Love the exterior...different
garden furniture...back garden...Sweet home!...love the exterior...nice exterior...exterior w turik
“Rooflines” — doubtfulguest
Balodemas Architects
5 Reviews
Screen Porch Addition 1 Chevy Chase, MD
the same dimension 12x18 and the architect wants to do two pitches instead of one because he thought the room is too long, but looks good from your picture. Thanks!
By the way, now's a great time to add these pieces to your home collection!
Sorry, no interior shots looking out. Yes, those are the pre-existing exterior patio doors.
Do you have a picture from the dinning room leading into the sunroom? Also are those French doors leading
“fireplace” — hikerchick
13 Reviews
Howard Roberts
In front of the picture window!
Modern but would also suit a tradition garden setting
nice for my garden...stone exterior...white exterior
“Pond” — cdsantiago
E. B. Mahoney Builders, Inc.
3 Reviews
Georgian Addition
This is for my personal home. Would you mind telling me the brand?
Beautiful! Is this simply a sunroom on the back of the home or does it serve another function? Any chance you could post more pictures so I could get an idea of the flow of the home? Thanks!
Idea of connecting area from Garden Room to Den/Family Room
but picture wider with furniture (family room/kitchen area)
like the exterior tile here too
“Addition with skylight hall” — Kirsten Chilcott
3 Reviews
Recycled 50's Rancher
We added everything you see including a bump-out and addition for a gourmet, eat-in kitchen, family room, expanded master bedroom and bath. And the home blends nicely into the neighborhood without looking bigger (wider) from the street. Every city and town in America has similar houses which can be
Hi, Love this house!! Can you tell me what paint colors were used on the main exterior, trim & shutters? I'd love to know the exact brand and names/numbers. Thank you so much, great work!
Thank you for your kind comments. Find yourself a 1950's brick rectangle or square and you can turn it into a new custom home. On this particular project in the DC Metro, we used Trex Transcend with blind peanut anchors, only the border has face screws, which are plugged for seamless appearance. http://www
“Colors. Possible decking on existing front porch?” — yirad
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Night Lighting accentuates exterior of compound.
Night Lighting accentuates exterior of compound.
Rear uplighting high-lights features of the home and guest house. The hot tub at the end of the pool over flows to a fountain and then into the pool. Rion Rizzo, Creative Sources Photography
Love this house. Am planning on building a home with in law suite. This look perfect. Where can I go to see the floor plan and If I like the floor plan, where can I go to purchase to architects plan. smettle@aol.com thank you
like the exterior lighting that goes "up" the house
“lighting” — sashleyberry
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Sun room
Flooring for exterior patio or for the mud room.
Growing garden varieties indoors year-around. Don't be surprised if some of your overwintering experiments are so successful that you decide to make a permanent home indoors for plants usually seen in the garden. The collection seen here is stunning and unique
tion: Generally the best indoor location for any outdoor garden plant is near a sunny window. Don't allow any leaves to touch a cold window. Keep the plants away from drafts as well as heating vents. Because the dry winter air inside our homes can be detrimental to overwintering, a well-lit bathroom
• Affordability. Because brick used for interior applications is generally in paver or tile form, it's thinner and less costly than exterior brick. On average you'll pay less than $10 per square foot, uninstalled. Unless you're an extremely skilled DIYer, you'll need to factor in professional installation
“Floor” — ccarolson
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