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Traditional home design remains the most popular style for homes in America. Gracious and inviting, traditional design evokes images of understated elegance and the grand style of the 18th and 19th centuries and offers the warmth and classical comfort many remember from childhood homes. Within the “traditional” designation, you’ll find many specific styles, such as classic, colonial, Tuscan and country. More
Airy kitchen updated with salvaged pendants, new glass tile backsplash, custom romans and classic mid-century chairs. Designed by Natalie Chong
Natalie Chong KitchenBrandon Barré Architectural Interior Photographer
Hand scraped hardwood floor. Marble counter tops, traditional kitchen, crackle ceramic subway tile, farmhouse sink
San Jose Res 2Fiorella Design
Kitchen RemodelGroup3 Architects llc
Let us transFORM a small closet to a spacious walk in pantry. In this custom-designed melamine kitchen pantry in almondine we used wine racks, tray dividers and space efficient wrap around corner shelves to expand storage in a small space.
Spacious Kitchen PantrytransFORM | The Art of Custom Storage
We no longer have the design notes as this is an older project. We've provided some info on the image tags though.
Various WorkCarolina Design Associates, LLC
Overstuffed sofa with dressmaker-style skirt invites you to snuggle in and stay awhile. Its neutral coloration lets it blend well with a variety of decorating styles.
Serene Living RoomHorchow
A traditional garden in the French style that contains fruits, berries, herbs, cutting, and vegetable garden.
Potager GardenThe Brickman Group, Ltd.
An existing house was deconstructed to make room for 7200 SF of new ground up construction including a main house, pool house, and lanai. This hillside home was built through a phased sequence of extensive excavation and site work, complicated by a single point of entry. Site walls were built...
Piedmont ResidenceMatarozzi Pelsinger Builders
This hidden front courtyard is nestled behind a small knoll, which protects the space from the street on one side and fosters a sense of openness on the other. The clients wanted plenty of places to sit and enjoy the landscape.
Cat Mountainaustin outdoor design
I saw this idea in an issue of Better Homes and Gardens in early 2008. My mother-in-law asked if I could paint her house numbers on her door and I decided to add them to mine as well. I love how it turned out!
It's The Little Things That Make A House A HomeIt's The Little Things...
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