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Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Ideabooks1,198
Questions0
This contemporary renovation makes no concession towards differentiating the old from the new. Rather than razing the entire residence an effort was made to conserve what elements could be worked with and added space where an expanded program required it. Clad with cedar, the addition contains a master
located adjacent to the stairwell and is visible from the upper landing. Interiors throughout the house, both in new construction and in the existing renovation, were handled with great care to ensure an experience that is cohesive. Partition walls that once differentiated living, dining, and kitchen spaces
“double story and side story haha” — biancz77
Northwick Design
Contemporary London House
Ideabooks7,948
Questions6
Shading devices. We don’t always have a choice regarding solar orientation. In renovation projects potential orientation problems can be mitigated with shading devices. Some skylights have the option of built-in remotely operated shades
Northwick DesignSaveEmail Shading devices. We don’t always have a choice regarding solar orientation. In renovation projects potential orientation problems can be mitigated with shading devices. Some skylights have the option of built-in remotely operated shades
Shading devices. We don’t always have a choice regarding solar orientation. In renovation projects potential orientation problems can be mitigated with shading devices. Some skylights have the option of built-in remotely operated shades
“Different kinds of shelving (open, drawers, etc.) for storage.” — marycollette
Symbol Audio
Symbol New York Studio Before/After
Ideabooks1,209
Questions1
The second project is a renovation of a warehouse in Nyack, New York, into a studio and showroom for Symbol Audio. Architect Sebastian Quinn transformed the flat box into a building
The second project is a renovation of a warehouse in Nyack, New York, into a studio and showroom for Symbol Audio. Architect Sebastian Quinn transformed the flat box into a building
“Fresh brick red, grey and black” — twobobtraveller
Wine Cellars by Coastal
13 Reviews
Wine Cellar Racks and Wine Cellar Cooling California Unit
Ideabooks8
Questions0
the wine display racks, and to learn more about the 'Custom Wine Cellar San Diego - Basement Renovation' project, check out: http://www.houzz.com/projects/204826/Custom-Wine-Cellar-San-Diego---Basement-Renovation Wine Cellars by Coastal http://www.winecellarsbycoastal.com/ 26222 Paseo Toscana San Juan
San-Diego---Basement-Renovation Wine Cellars by Coastal http://www.winecellarsbycoastal.com/ 26222 Paseo Toscana San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675‎ (949) 355-4376
The wooden custom wine racks depicted here were utilized in the 'Custom Wine Cellar San Diego - Basement Renovation' project. Specifically
wooden custom wine racks, and to learn more about the 'Custom Wine Cellar San Diego - Basement Renovation' project, click here: http://www.houzz.com/projects/204826/Custom-Wine-Cellar-San-Diego---Basement-Renovation Wine Cellars by Coastalhttp://www.winecellarsbycoastal.com/26222 Paseo Toscana San Juan
“These racks are of Premium Redwood. Individual bottle racking was largely used in the space, but” — Wine Cellars by Coastal
Carl Mattison Design
10 Reviews
Queen Anne Bungalow Resurrection
Ideabooks2,828
Questions5
The bungalow after renovation. You can see two of the upper gables that were added but still fit the size and feel of the home. Soft green siding color with gray sash allows the blue of the door to pop. Photography by Josh Vick
How much was the total to renovate this house?
this home at 2,650 sq ft was approx. $205k to renovate. that excludes purchase price.
pretty little house - amazing renovation!
AFTER: Mattison’s careful renovation, aided by Round Here Renovations, returned the home to its charming heritage. Though he was limited with what he could do to the facade, he used soft paint colors, installed a new wood railing and restored the original wood siding to earn the home newfound street
“gables” — grandbendcottage
Caroline Bass Citi Habitats
2 Reviews
111 West 67th Street - Sold
Ideabooks741
Questions1
Take Care of the Basics Clean and paint. Just because we are talking renovating here doesn't mean you should forget about the basics. "A new coat of paint, inside and even outside, in a neutral color will make your home look
painting is a simple and relatively inexpensive way to get your home ready to sell." And clean your windows, advises Bass. "I know this isn't a renovation tip per se, but it will make a big difference in the amount of light that comes into your house or apartment," she says. "You'd be amazed at how
Clean and paint. Just because we are talking renovating here doesn't mean you should forget about the basics. "A new coat of paint, inside and even outside, in a neutral color will make your home look
“Coffee table” — amechrys
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Exterior
Ideabooks6,539
Questions10
reduce — in mind. We're currently renovating a house in Philadelphia built in the 1700s. The floors are original; the plaster is original; the brick front is original. By using materials that last, such as brick, we reduce the number of times a home needs to be renovated. And that means less waste and less
reduce — in mind. We're currently renovating a house in Philadelphia built in the 1700s. The floors are original; the plaster is original; the brick front is original. By using materials that last, such as brick, we reduce the number of times a home needs to be renovated. And that means less waste and less
“Entry” — carlotc
DC Interiors & Renovations
6 Reviews
Downtown Madison, WI Condo
Ideabooks1,570
Questions1
Rebecca Turner, an interior designer and the co-owner of DC Interiors & Renovation, used reclaimed barn boards to create shelves that the cats can jump on and climb up and around to the kitchen.” — Mitchell Parker I love seeing
downtown condoLocation: Madison, WisconsinUploaded to Houzz: May 13, 2014Rebecca Turner, an interior designer and the co-owner of DC Interiors & Renovation, used reclaimed barn boards to create shelves that the cats can jump on and climb up and around to the kitchen. “We used simple brackets to affix
“Rebecca Turner, an interior designer and the co-owner of DC Interiors & Renovation, used reclaimed barn boards to create shelves that the cats can jump on and climb up and around to the kitchen.” — Mitchell ParkerI love seeing all
“Cat shelves” — Shelley Santerre
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