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Fiddlehead Design Group, LLC
10 Reviews
Retro Minneapolis Kitchen
buying/renovating a house in Saint Paul and the kitchen looks like it might have similar dimensions. Would you happen to have that information?
down on cost, but it afforded this family some unique design opportunities. Using three different tile colors, Fiddlehead Design Group created a fresh but traditional plaid pattern, inspired by a fabric the clients love. See more of this kitchen
“Flooring” — tedstrebor
Loudon Architecture & Design/Build Firm
Best of Houzz Award Winner
Our experienced team includes a licensed architect and an interior designer. As an award-winning general contractor, we provide a true design/build approach managing your project from start to finish.
1 Review
Kitchen View
down on cost, Ahmann wanted to use as much of the existing foundation as possible. This forced the team to work within a narrow and L-shape space, which made spatial organization difficult. Ahmann divided up the long island and the rest of the kitchen into distinct areas defined by function. Cabinets:
Garage RenovationDesigner: Thomas AhmannLocation: Washington, D.C. Architect Thomas Ahmann applied smart space-saving techniques to transform this tiny garage into a new, bright and open kitchen. The narrow garage maintained its L-shape footprint but was divided into distinct work, cooking and eating
“Ilot releve” — pasccout
robert kelly
7 Reviews
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
not so cost effective renovation. Even from the 80's to now the quality of products have changed. Yes technology is better now but those micro chips don't last for ever look at cars everything seems to be built to break to float a failing economy and not everything is as value for money as it seems
“Room” — dylanblake06
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
28 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
up the costs - I am guessing the material is 10.00 a foot and an equal amount to install. If the wall is 14' tall and 10' long - you have 2800.00 to cover the wall.
of the renovation, because the clients needed a dining table that would seat 14 people. "The clients entertain all the time," says Donadel. "My client is like Martha Stewart; she always has a beautifully set table." Donadel differentiated the two spaces with a dramatic change in floor texture. The dining
“salon” — juancnava
Gritton & Associates Architects
would've cost me over $3,000 to re-do them. So, I went another very beautiful, inexpensive route. * I purchased 1/4" thick birch wood, cut to measure the counter-tops and stained them an ebony brown color. The stain was applied and then wiped away, so as to not have a very dark stain. Again, I was trying
in my renovation. I have other ideas to complete my look, but I don't have the funds to complete my look. * I'm not done yet!! Have much more work to do - clearing away items I don't need, organizing, and finding/making space for stuff I can't get rid of. It's a slow going process. Thanks for reading
“Color combo” — tinafudge
Windsor Companies
4 Reviews
Windsor Companies
home was renovated as part of a major home remodel. The orientation of the entrance was improved to better align automobile traffic. The new permeable driveway is built of recycled clay bricks placed on gravel. The remainder of the front yard is organized by soft lawn spaces and large Birch trees. The
way. It costs much less than digging up your yard, especially if you have to hire a landscaper to put it back again. Check out our Facebook page for more information on Pipebursting.
“Magnifique jardin” — chargill
The Collins Group/JDP Design
1 Review
Fireplace Pavillion with Wood Gate
complete renovation with a ‘no-limit’ approach to the design. The clients wanted to create family-friendly gardens to enjoy with their grand-children and also larger spaces for hosting charitable events. A new driveway leads into the property where various materials are married in interesting ways to create
was the cost of building the pavilion and the fireplace?
“Garden” — joancurtis
Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
Anderson Gardens
Project Cost: Phase I- $70/SF, Phase II- $218/SF - Photographer: William Wright Rhodes Architecture + Light designed this group of four residences in 2000-2001. Located above the Olmstead-designed Lincoln Park and looking west to Vashon Island and the Olympic Mountains, the land had been owned by Mary
extensive renovation of the original house in 2000 and three new residences in 2001. All four houses surround a large garden dedicated to Mary Anderson who was a Master Gardener. We were asked to incorporate the soul of the original farmhouse in small (under 2000 square feet), carefully crafted houses that
“upper” — Spectrum Design Build
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