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Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
French Country Elegance
Ideabooks18,575
Questions10
Beautiful home! Can you please give me details on the roof? thanks!
my next home...roof, color, stone, courtyard...Spanish style patio...foyer to courtyard
“French country” — mahuie
Stewart Land Designs
Relaxing Courtyard
Ideabooks4,528
Questions2
I like the idea of a fireplace in the courtyard, intimate seating area as well
Spanish look like fireplace...outdoor fireplace for courtyard...Courtyard 2...Relaxing Courtyard
“Fire and water feature is cool” — sew1006
Zahn Builders Inc.
Contemporary Lake Michigan Remodel
Ideabooks577
Questions4
#1 common rift and quartersawn white oak with a mixture of chestnut and Spanish walnut stain. Thanks for looking.
This was provided by the home-owner directly, after the build.
flooring is distressed and pillowed #1 common rift and quartersawn white oak with a mix of chestnut and Spanish walnut
#1 common rift and quartersawn white oak with a mixture of chestnut and Spanish walnut stain.
distressed and pillowed #1 common white oak floors w/ a mix of chestnut and Spanish walnut stains
#1 common rift and quartersawn white oak with a mixture of chestnut and Spanish walnut stain. Thanks for looking. January 7, 2014 at
What are the wood floors in this home?
“small is cute and cozy - still rooms for 2 couches - good plan” — jonathandmiddleton
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks208
Questions1
into the Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became home to two Spanish missions:
people on St. Simons, which they called Guadalquini. Beginning in 1568, the Spanish attempted to create missions along the Georgia coast. Catholic missions
nt of the colony of Carolina and its expansion into Georgia territory, Spanish rule was threatened by the English. The Georgia coast was considered "debatable
side of St. Simons Island to protect Savannah and the Carolinas from the Spanish threat. Between 1736 and 1749 Fort Frederica was the hub of British military
“Over the top!!!” — jcharty
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks603
Questions0
into the Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became home to two Spanish missions:
people on St. Simons, which they called Guadalquini. Beginning in 1568, the Spanish attempted to create missions along the Georgia coast. Catholic missions
nt of the colony of Carolina and its expansion into Georgia territory, Spanish rule was threatened by the English. The Georgia coast was considered "debatable
side of St. Simons Island to protect Savannah and the Carolinas from the Spanish threat. Between 1736 and 1749 Fort Frederica was the hub of British military
“Stairs access!” — eamanhome
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks238
Questions0
into the Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became home to two Spanish missions:
people on St. Simons, which they called Guadalquini. Beginning in 1568, the Spanish attempted to create missions along the Georgia coast. Catholic missions
nt of the colony of Carolina and its expansion into Georgia territory, Spanish rule was threatened by the English. The Georgia coast was considered "debatable
side of St. Simons Island to protect Savannah and the Carolinas from the Spanish threat. Between 1736 and 1749 Fort Frederica was the hub of British military
“Great bedroom/living room in a dogtrot” — velanorm
David Michael Miller Associates
4 Reviews
Eclectic Desert Pied-'A-Terre
Ideabooks1,667
Questions4
gotta give back courtyard and what I want in my own house!
courtyard back design...dream courtyard...Courtyard modern...Setup courtyard
“Courtyard” — farhaals
Allan Edwards Builder Inc
16 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks8,009
Questions7
Illinois and would really love to know what kind of stone is used on this home, as well as the mortar and stucco color specifically. Also, love the shutters
I guess the home designer didn't get back to us, hm?
This Houston home exudes rustic style with clipped gable roofs, balconies on the upper stories
“ou” — Ed Lesieur
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