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Merrick Design and Build Inc.
8 Reviews
Merricks Kitchen
CEO’s home . The tiny kitchen was hanging on by a thread. We blew out a wall incorporating the dining room into the space and added a new sunny dining room off the back of the home. The warm wood cabinets and black accents fit with the style of the home and the personality of our home owners. We hope
would protect although would likely change the finish.
yes it was this home has been added onto several times
very homely , modern with a twist of vintage
“Floor” — julibeans
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
Best of Houzz 2014
We have earned a reputation for exquisite design, attention to detail & superior results. Our customers are confident that they have received the best level of service in a courteous professional way.
Odenza Homes Ltd
3 Reviews
OH Custom 2
Hi sirsie, Unfortunately, we do not have the answer to your question. This house was built almost 5 years ago and we couldn't find the answer to your question. We apologize. Odenza Homes
Hi chezmariec, Sophia is correct. Thank you Sophia for helping us answer this question. Odenza Homes
legs to protect floors
Odenza Homes...Odenza Homes Ltd
“zidinys” — Inga Inciute
3 Reviews
Stoneview House
Colorado home. Massive raw steel beams are juxtaposed with refined fumed larch cabinetry, heavy lashed timber is foiled by the lightness of window walls. Monolithic stone walls lay perpendicular to a curved ridge, organizing the home as they converge in the protected entry courtyard. From here, the walls
in this home is unique, since the contractor sandblasted the stone's surface for a "soft" uniform finish texture.
Hi there, The furniture in this home is meant to be substantial enough to hold the space, warm to compliment the timber & stone, and clean lined to act as a foil to the rustic architecture
worked on homes from Florida to New York, the Colorado mountains to Montana. Check out our website and feel free to contact me for more information! Cheers, Maggie
“Strapping?” — rlh1969
Cooper Johnson Smith Architects and Town Planners
Purdum Residence
with the protected courts, deep overhangs and operable wood shutters provide a sustainable home that respects the context and climate, maximizes energy-efficiency and minimizes environmental impact. The simple massing and layout of this house with its simple and flexible spaces can accommodate many different
is this home. Thanks dwh
similar homes on Island and I want to be different
“Love” — aswimberly
Msl Associates Ltd. Architects
3 Reviews
Montana Residence
Montana home, the muted grey / graphite tone contrasts nicely with the stained siding and fieldstone walls. We did not want the window color to be too obtrusive. Thanks for your question!!!
use to protect the water fountain users
looks like something that would suit my home
shed home...MONTANA HOMES...mountain home...entire home!
“tin overhang” — swalter123
Maddock Construction Company
5 Reviews
Love this home! What is the stone for the front stoop and sidewalk?
on this home was Indiana Limestone by STO.
on this home was from Eden Stone in Eden, Wisconsin. It is their "Country Manor Blend". We used a mixture of "Snapped" and "Bedfaced" stones, while pulling a stone proud of the rest every so often. The masonry joint we utilized here was a "Struck" joint.
“Stone and lights” — lindentrailgalena
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Impluvium House
this home. The owners obviously have a very nice collection and have put it on display. The nice thing about area rugs- you can change them out with the seasons, and they cut back on the echo factor with bare floors. It IS someone's home, after all, and not a model for a magazine.
into a home office, a bar or simply a space to corral toys. If such a renovation is within your budget, it could prove to be a lifesaver.
“office niche” — amy3stillwell
Cornerstone Architects
15 Reviews
Barton Creek Residence
designing this home. The home is divided into four basic living zones: private owner’s suite, informal living area, kids area upstairs, and a flexible guest entertaining area. The entry is unique in that it takes you directly through to the outdoor living area, and also provides separation of the owners’ private
of the home. There are no formal living or dining areas; instead the breakfast and family rooms were enlarged to entertain more comfortably in an informal manner. One great feature of the detached casita is that it has a lower activity area, which helps the house connect to the property below. This
of this home? I love the layout!
is at home in many locations: UL Listed for damp locations. Install indoors or in protected, fully covered outdoor locations. http://www.modernfan.com/ball.html :) Rhoda
“Patio” — squirke50
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