Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
14 Reviews
Project 09
Ideabooks5,546
Questions5
Montecito Home - Laundry Room. Architectural Design: Harrison Design Associates. Landscape Architect: Katie O’Reilly-Rogers. Interior Designer: Fran Wolfe. Built by Giffin & Crane. Photo by Jim Bartsch.
“Small, yet effective. I like that they don't waste space.” — Israel Parent
Luis Jauregui
Lake Austin
Ideabooks4,958
Questions6
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Helena 1
Ideabooks15,353
Questions8
See if you can figure out which is the new wing? Karyn Millet Photography
“Dutch door” — stephany66
Smiley Renovations
Exterior addition
Ideabooks2,483
Questions3
“Outside” — valiciousness
J. Costantin Architecture, LLC.
Princeton
Ideabooks626
Questions1
“Beams” — Beth Ornell
Kyle Hunt & Partners, Incorporated
Elegant English Country Home
Ideabooks3,648
Questions6
Architect: DeNovo Architects, Interior Design: Sandi Guilfoil of HomeStyle Interiors, Landscape Design: Yardscapes, Photography by James Kruger, LandMark Photography
“posts” — ericsob
Kara Weik
Kara Weik © 2012 Houzz
Ideabooks7,865
Questions14
“Master bath” — beercan
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Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
59 Reviews
A Kitchen Designed for Family Gathering
Ideabooks3,365
Questions6
• A busy family wanted to rejuvenate their entire first floor. As their family was growing, their spaces were getting more cramped and finding comfortable, usable space was no easy task. The goal of their remodel was to create a warm and inviting kitchen and family room, great room-like space that worked with the rest of the home’s floor plan. The focal point of the new kitc...More
“Beige Cabinet color and granite” — oklew
Good-bye builders stained cabinets, tiny island, and 90's tile!
New dark wood floor and granite countertops really updated our kitchen. Since we were painting the cabinets anyway, we decided to remove the U shaped cabinets...
Dated oak to contemporary "Wow"!
Besides being in the need of obvious updating, this kitchen was not living to its potential. The key was removing the peninsula that previously cut off...
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