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Holly Marder
The home of Edwin
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apartment’s original charm and character, Pelser got rid of the drab carpeting and had the home’s plasterboard ceilings restored to their former glory with classic moldings.
apartment’s original charm and character, Pelser got rid of the drab carpeting and had the home’s plasterboard ceilings restored to their former glory with classic moldings. This hallway was where Pelser was delightfully surprised when peeling back the carpeting that revealed beautiful original oak herringbone
“short planks - quite nice I think” — katharinevoss
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My Houzz: Early 1900s Home blends Traditional Design with Comfort and Style
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Early 1900s Home blends Traditional Design with Comfort and Style
the room’s architectural beauty. The large windows and warm tones bring in light and warmth. The room’s original fireplace remains Atalie’s favorite detail.Furniture and decor: Richard Tubb Interiors
“Chair for living room” — dipa28
Eldorado Stone
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Tuscan Bedroom with Stone Accent Wall
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the home’s rustic Italian design with exposed stone walls that reach to the beamed ceiling above. Although Scheurer is in a neighborhood that request for real products to be used in home construction, he had no problem obtaining approval to use Eldorado Stone, which speaks volumes about Eldorado’s beauty
Scheurer’s aim was to bring light, air, and an indoor/outdoor feeling into the home while preserving privacy throughout this rustic Southern California home, all of which was achieved a lot in part due to the implementation of Eldorado Stone. The use of stone was a predominant element throughout the design
Eldorado’s Veneto Fieldledge and Hillstone profiles, both of which were applied with an overgrout technique, creating a sense of ageless authenticity and textural beauty. Another 500 square feet was used in the interior to create a dramatic focal point of exposed stone in the living room and boast large
“veneto fieldstone and hillstone profiles eldorado” — staciehouser
Jason Snyder
My Houzz: Weiss Home
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by Lou’s father, Jack Weiss, decorate the foyer. “Being suppliers to architects and designers means that you have design magazines filled with house porn stacked everywhere,” says Lou of the couple’s design library at the end of the hallway. While working on the project, the Weisses consulted with Jacobsen’s
Jacobsen’s son, Simon Jacobsen, a managing design partner at Jacobsen Architecture. “Going with a standing-seam steel roof and doing without baseboards were Simon Jacobsen’s charge to us, and we’re glad that we did it,” Lou says.Articulated ceilings were called for only in the entry and living room, but
“like this bench” — lindleywebb
M.S. Vicas Interiors
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Suburban Home
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M.S. Vicas Interiors
the 60's 70's vibe
“round cocktail table ideas” — crosbyscott
Centric General Contractors
St. Helena Vineyard Estate
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firemen’s pole in the children’s wing with built-in queen sized bunk beds, a koi pond and custom finishes on all new and recycled materials throughout the estate.
firemen’s pole in the children’s wing with built-in queen sized bunk beds, a koi pond and custom finishes on all new and recycled materials throughout the estate.
“rockwork” — 2leisha
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Converted loft goes modern for this young Montreal family
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building’s natural beauty. The family kept Tremblay’s red canvas in the living room in honor of the former owner and designer of their home.
building’s natural beauty. The family kept Tremblay’s red canvas in the living room in honor of the former owner and designer of their home.
“Hanging bulbs” — Selkii Macaw
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Abbotsford Residence
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the U.S., architects’ hands are tied by specific edicts. “Houses in historic districts have to follow the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation of historic buildings, which requires that ‘new work shall be differentiated from the old and shall be compatible with the massing, size,
Who’s to say what constitutes compatibility with another architectural style? Is it just that in the U.S., we have a predilection for additions that don’t stand out too much from the original?
“Bricks Curve” — bearwoodman
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