Heavy Timber Tudor

Renovation of this 1940 brick home included heavy timber construction with fir, structural insulated panels, heart pine floors and cherry cabinetry and honed marble countertops.
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Structure supplied by Dreaming Creek Heavy Timber, Hoachlander Davis Photography
“for kitchen/dining ceiling” — folksie
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The three story high rear wall of the house was removed to open up the rooms into the addition. The rustic wood theme is carried into the kitchen with Cherry cabinets and dark Honed granite counter. Hoachlander Davis Photography
“beams” — charwatlcw
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Structure supplied by Dreaming Creek Heavy Timber, Hoachlander Davis Photography
“Love this open ceiling with beams, and cozy fireplace.” — Kathy Keen-Sutton
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Screened porch above a garage renovated into a cozy den with Fir windows and Cherry trim delineated in the Arts and Crafts style. Phase one of this whole house renovation. Hoachlander Davis Photography
“Ceiling beams” — atl2pdx
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A new Tudor bay added to the front of an existing red brick home using new stone to integrate the base with the existing stone base. Fir windows and cedar trim are stained complementary colors. The darker window color draws out the dark "clinker" bricks. The roof is Certainteed Grand Manor asphalt shingles designed to appear as slate. The gutters and downspouts are copper. Ho...More
“Like color brick” — Melissa Hoppes
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The character of the Tudor character of the existing brick home was reinforced with a steeply pitched roof and timber construction. The heavy timber was encased in 5" thick insulated plywood structural panels on walls and roof to seal out drafts. Hoachlander Davis Photography
“maison brique / annexe de couleur (garage et 3 saisons)” — decojac
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The first phase of this Tudor renovation was replacing the white screened porch above the garage with a cozy den. This was done in the Craftsman style with dormers and window seats under the fir windows. The Tudor bay beyond was added with phase two of the addition. The garage doors were replaced with custom teak doors from Designer Doors. Hoachlander Davis Photography
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The first phase of this Tudor renovation was replacing the white screened porch above the garage with a cozy den that cantilevered beyond the garage. The Craftsman style was used with dormers and window seats under the fir windows. Hoachlander Davis Photography
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Solid wood brackets made from laminated cedar planks recall wood details from the existing interior stair. THe garage doors are insulated Designer Door teak doors. Hoachlander Davis Photography
“Like this detail” — peechtchr
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Exterior cedar brackets were designed recalling existing interior stair details Hoachlander Davis Photography
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