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Min | Day Architects
Sonoma Farm House
Ideabooks13,340
Questions6
Thank you for your answer. We are currently building our home and the shower contractor is adamant that all showers must have a huge rail for stability. I assured him this is not the case citing several images
but it’s important, particularly if you have a specific amount you don’t want to exceed. Years ago we got a call from someone wanting to gut and remodel two bathrooms with stone, tile and nice finishes. The budget was $5,000, which unfortunately wasn’t even enough to cover the cost of tile. If I had
ahead will help set expectations and make sure everyone’s time is well spent. And, most important, it will get you closer to the goal of your remodeled home.More:Your Guide to a Smooth-Running Construction Project10 Things to Discuss With Your Contractor Before Work Starts10 Questions to Ask Potential
“floor” — fjordfiesta
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
Ideabooks920
Questions1
The couple worked with architect Craig Beneke to remodel the home and update the kitchen; the kitchen remodel alone was a two-year project. "It's tough for most people to renovate everything all at once, so we do a little bit at a
The couple worked with architect Craig Beneke to remodel the home and update the kitchen; the kitchen remodel alone was a two-year project. "It's tough for most people to renovate everything all at once, so we do a little bit at a time," Brian says. The couple removed a backsplash and installed a long
“lustre” — gguiotti
Carpenter & MacNeille
1 Review
New England Ocean View
Ideabooks5,242
Questions7
Why Remodel? Skyrocketing home prices are likely causing already cautious homeowners to hold off on selling and moving, because while they can get a good price for their home, what they can buy isn’t necessarily bigger or better. So they’re deciding to plunk extra savings into their homes to make them
true for homeowner Cheryl Di Cristofolo of Springhill, Florida. She’s currently remodeling her kitchen, because recently she began looking at the market to see if she could sell her custom-built home, downsize to a smaller home and make a profit. But the market wasn’t what she expected. “Prices are rising
would cost me as much as I paid for my custom home eight years ago, and it’d be for less square footage and less quality,” she says. “I went to look at downsizing by 1,000 square feet, because I thought it’d be for less money than what I paid for my home. I was shocked to find out it’s not.” And because
“front door” — Donna Trusty
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FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks12,245
Questions5
a very wealthy person with a home in a forest, will you be my architect?
I love your work; the attention to detail and placement in relation to the natural environment is spectacular; there is a unique combination of serenity and drama that is as appealing as any home I've seen in person or in photos
seeing the Seagrass imbedded in the kitchen cabinet door is simply just mind blowing! What a creative man you are! We would love to have a design for a home with a hangar that isn't totally overwhelmed by the hangar itself. I bet you are the man that could do it!!
work, is it 'just because it was once a MCM home,.....? Why not just build from scratch? You may not need to use a budget, but it seems more time, work, money to do something like this... Is it the 'bones'? I ask because I want a MCM. But I will need a small home. And on a budget.... Cheers!
“addition of tub area and windows” — mgrimmsobol
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Mark & Priscilla Rieves
Ideabooks2,510
Questions2
Home of Mark and Priscilla Rieves
Tell us: Have you remodeled your home, or are you planning to? Have you found any benefits to waiting before leaping into a big renovation?More: 10 Things to Ask Your Contractor Before
The back porch was a major part of the home's renovation. The Rieveses wanted an outdoor space that they could enjoy year-round. Daron Tapscott's design extended the roofline to match the original and included a raised deck and brick fireplace.Mark grew up in Roanoke, Virginia, and even as a kid, he
“fireplace” — craigjohns1
Butler Armsden Architects
2 Reviews
A Wurster Revival
Ideabooks357
Questions1
Butler and Jones remodeled the home's empty basement into a family room.Orange chairs: Poltrana Frau
“Love the built-in cabinets” — Valerie Pinard-Jain
CM Glover
1 Review
My Houzz: Eclectic Finds in Maryland
Ideabooks1,051
Questions4
Wall considers this sunroom addition, which she worked on with architect Michael Cavanaugh of Design/Build Maryland and Kingston Design Remodeling, the home's showpiece. The pull-down classroom reference map of shells is her favorite vintage find. It acted as the main design inspiration for the room
“Pottery barn couch” — ajbraak
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
Attic Conversion to Bedroom
Ideabooks3,823
Questions3
This whole-house renovation was featured on the 2008 Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes. The attic space was converted into a bedroom with closet space and bath, cooled by a minisplit system. An eyebrow window was cut into the roofline to allow more daylight into the space, as well as adding a nice
This whole-house renovation was featured on the 2008 Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes. The attic space was converted into a bedroom with closet space and bath, cooled by a minisplit system. An eyebrow window was cut into the roofline
An eyebrow dormer on the outside lends a relaxed and storybook feature to this home.
LOVE THE extreme pitch and how to integrate in into contemporary home
outside lends a relaxed and storybook feature to this home. And this dormer with its diminutive scale looks like an eye as it just starts to open from a good night's sleep.
“Eyebrow” — pabimosher
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