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Min | Day Architects
Sonoma Farm House
Ideabooks13,912
Questions7
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
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
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
“No shower base” — jamie1989
Holly Marder
Houzz Tour: A light-filled South Holland eclectic coastal home
Ideabooks20
Questions0
Houzz Tour: A light-filled South Holland eclectic coastal home
went bankrupt during the construction. “Our advice to others who are remodeling a home would be to get a good, reliable contractor, to be flexible enough
went bankrupt during the construction. ‘Our advice to others who are remodeling a home would be to get a good, reliable contractor, to be flexible enough
Just take your time, because it’s such a costly process.’Do you like this home? Tell us why in the Comments below.
“walk through sky light onto a roof top (which ideally would be a green roof) or a garden roof!” — Natasha Said
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Buena Vista Residence
Ideabooks758
Questions2
Typical of many San Francisco Victorians, this home’s kitchen had evolved over the years out of an enclosed porch. The centerpiece of the new light-filled
the kitchen, which is both modern, yet appropriate to the essence of the home.
warm glow from evening sun- what I would live for our home in the back
The kitchen was the last space to get attention in this otherwise remodeled home.
“fireplace” — kczeller
Popp Littrell Architecture + Interiors
12 Reviews
Homewood
Ideabooks668
Questions4
Is this a two bedroom home? Is the room downstairs the full bath?
It's secluded & I have always liked A frame style homes.
The remodeled home is well suited for modern family life. "Because it's small, it's easy to clean up quickly at the end of the weekend and go," Popp says
“a frame” — Anna Parrott
Redstart Construction Inc.
11 Reviews
Winding Creek Addition
Ideabooks3,343
Questions1
remained were about 150 images that showed exactly what she wanted in her remodeled home.The coffee station was one of those features that made the final cut
“maybe a pull out and slide back doors” — 6150kitchen
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
Ideabooks941
Questions1
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
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
“work with windows” — Jane Raffaele Krause
Carpenter & MacNeille
1 Review
New England Ocean View
Ideabooks5,517
Questions8
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
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 more
smaller home and make a profit. But the market wasn’t what she expected. “Prices are rising so much that for me to buy a stock house would cost me as much
“Fog mist semi gloss BM trim walls revere pewter” — suzie172
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks12,451
Questions5
In my next life, when I return as a very wealthy person with a home in a forest, will you be my architect?
is a unique combination of serenity and drama that is as appealing as any home I've seen in person or in photos. Thanks for posting the Lake Forest Park
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
If you had to do so much 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
. Is it the 'bones'? I ask because I want a MCM. But I will need a small home. And on a budget.... Cheers!
Transparency Guides a Woodland HomeSet in the middle of a deeply wooded 4-acre plot of land, this remodeled Washington home was opened up to take full advantage
“The windows” — gmikeday
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