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JLF & Associates, Inc.
Valley Run
Barn doors offer storm and security protection.
Valley Run home of my dream kitchen
“pretty front elevation” — skybird2go
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Nationally recognized Interior Designer featured on HGTV. Full service design firm specializing in design solutions for inspired living.
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
contemporary living room / family room
room with sunshine and give a sense of unity with nature while providing protection from the elements.
My Caribbean home ideas.
“all window” — lctski
Drawing Dept
8 Reviews
Belfast Residence
lovely Zen courtyard in a simple home
Swimpool protected with glass windows
“courtyard garden” — Landscaping Concepts Inc
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
Seola Beach Residence
comfortably intimate or dramatically vaulted. The extensive roof overhangs protect the house and modulate the southern and southwestern sun exposure. The owners
Home renovation
“wall cutout” — alexhozven
Phil Kean Design Group
18 Reviews
NeMo (New Modern)
ceiling fans and seating are in the lanai. The lanai and family room can be protected with retractable screens (you can see the openings built into the lanai)
The shag rug, and the in wall tv mount add to the modern feel of the home
“Doesn't this feel luxurious!” — jenniferruth
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Eclectic Craftsman
What is the cost to build this home?
Semi wall to protect from wind
“half moon stone seating” — tom2sue2
Melinamade Interiors
7 Reviews
Spanish + Mid-century Modern
metal to the back family photo wall so it could accept magnets to not only protect the original plaster walls but allow overall flexibility for the homeowners
These clients also love words. The console, a vintage Paul Mcobb piece, is home to an old dictionary. Neodymium Rare Earth Magnet hooks: Apex Magnets
“Central divide horizontal” — charutanm
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Indian Springs Ranch Residence
Broad overhangs, articulated in wood, taper to thin steel “brim” that protects the buildings from harsh western weather. The roof of the living pavilion
design guidelines while satisfying the owners desire to create a unique home with roots in the modern idiom.

 Within these constraints, the architect
“Windows” — casadepuente
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