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Carl Vernlund
1 Review
Woodland Point Carriage House Living Room
Ideabooks2,958
Questions5
Woodland Point Carriage House Living Room
Where could I see a complete floor plan?
I would like to see the complete floor and design plan of this house please.
I was the photographer. Almost everything in this carriage house and adjoining Main House was custom made or a one-of-a-kind vintage piece. For detailed information check out the digital edition of New Hampshire Home cover story:
Custom Home Design by Deirdre Sheerr-Gross AIA. Plans not available.
“BAR/LIVING ROOM” — petkovim
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Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Noyack Creek
Ideabooks4,480
Questions3
I believe it is knotty white pine. We are selling that kind of panneling at our plan: www.interboisinc.com
It is a column clad in the skatelite material used throughout the house.
All wood the entire house I Will take it !
open plan kitchen opens to garden
open plan kitchen with floor to ceilings doors & picture windows
open floor plan, but still feel of different living spaces
This view inside the house is looking from the entry to the west, through the open kitchen and living area; the deck is to the left. While the plan is compact, the space is airy and bright. The upper floor is hinted at through the wood
“Love the use of knotty pine on this kitchen cabinetry” — mcknittey
Gerald D. Cowart, AIA, LEED AP
10 Reviews
Stephanie's Cottage
Ideabooks14,417
Questions9
I love the cottage shed and would like to see more photos of it (inside) and floor plans if possible. Thx!
I love the cottage shed and would like to see more photos of it (inside) and floor plans. Thx!
Still after viewing numerous picture of houses. This is the one that remains in my memory. The house, the ceilings, the windows, the barn door and especially the furnishings my very favorite house. How you blended cozy and modern is just Ahhhh. I want to live there. Sorry, more periodic gushing.
We are interested in this cottage plan. Would it be possible to see a "sketch" of the floor plan?
Can you describe the cottage shed a little? If it sounds interesting I'd be glad to purchase the plan. I'm looking for a mountain style shed/cottage that can used for storage or a guest cottage. The outside look perfect. Thx
“Sliding door” — allinbrad
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks2,388
Questions6
being "hot spots" in the ceiling. Also, make sure you select compatible housings and trim, and that the housing is rated for the location you're using it. For instance, some cans are rated for contact with insulation (IC housing), and some are not. You usually need to select the appropriate type of
of bulb (LED, Flourescent, Incandescant, Low Voltage) when you select the housing & trim. There are big difference in the quality of light and energy use. Here are a couple of links: http://www.junolightinggroup.com/product_index_results.asp?ln=4&sub=22&sel1=31&sel2=26&sel3=201&brand=1&mid=27 http://www
Another example where the windows are open to similar spaces as in our house.
“Chandelier” — jbirdnewton
ÁBATON
ÁPH80
Ideabooks767
Questions1
Kind of an ancillary to existing house
gable-shaped ÁPH80 is fairly open in the middle and solid at the ends, owing to the placement of the living space in the middle of the plan and the bathroom and bedroom at either end. Layout options can easily change what fits where within the footprint (again, ranging from 145 to 290 square feet) —
The gable-shaped ÁPH80 is fairly open in the middle and solid at the ends, owing to the placement of the living space in the middle of the plan and the bathroom and bedroom at either end. Layout options can easily change what fits where within the footprint (again, ranging from 145 to 290 square feet)
example, a full dwelling to just an ancillary building with only bedrooms, a dorm-style building with bedrooms straddling a bathroom, or a completely open-plan living area with a kitchen.
“Bunkie” — 0419benny
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
4 Reviews
Ross Guest Cabin
Ideabooks2,535
Questions2
Do you have an actual floor plan and is it available to view, would like to see the upstairs a bit better
I am sorry but we will not share the floor plan. The upstairs has one dormer with a window seat and that allows for standing height and another dormer across the hallway with a great view of the grounds. The openness and all the windows make this small house appear much larger than it is. Wencke
love the color of wood for a house in the mountains
“Chalet” — noctambule
Brooks Ballard
5 Reviews
The Danube plan front porch
Ideabooks2,428
Questions6
Do you know who drew the floor plans? Thx
That's a version of this plan, I believe. http://homepatterns.com/default/monroe.html
sunroom on half of front of house
This newer Craftsman revival house employs gable end details similar to the previous two examples, but tapered porch supports rest on square brick piers here. Distinctive to this style, tapered posts on some originals may be of wood or stone. Notice that the brick extends to form the porch railing and
texture of the mixed brick. Look closely to see a combination of red and weathered blocks. Once again clapboard siding surrounds the main body of the house.
“exterior” — kkstandersen
Rock Paper Hammer
17 Reviews
Laundry Room
Ideabooks81,789
Questions44
I am planning to remodel my laundry room which is 63" wide. I'm planning on a total af three cubbies. What type of material (i.e wood, mdf, etc...) was used to construct the cubby dividers,
Great mudroom/laundry idea! Where is this space located in relation to the house?
How can I decorate an older house using a picnic style table.
Hi Valerie, Attached is the first floor plan of my home which I referenced in my first response. It is a small bungalow onto which we added a new Kitchen, Master, and Powder. Hope it helps!
casements. Huh. We're doing single hungs so basically they're building 3 in a row and fusing them, just to keep the historical character of the rest of the house. Thanks for answering so quickly (and at all!). Love the *idea* of casements, but not sure they're that practical.
“Folding table” — ballardv1
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