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Crisp Architects
36 Reviews
Crisp Architects
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Questions4
ekend.html I read a lot of fine home building magazines. Taunton press the publisher has a great web site. Honestly, you learn by doing. We just always made our first attempts in the least visible part of the project.
white snow and gray sky in winter. Live in a snowy area? Consider a creamy off-white, something with a bit of yellow in it, in lieu of a stark white. The creamier color will give your home a strong presence and stature whether it's surrounded by the grays of winter, pastels of spring, greens of summer
white snow and gray sky in winter. Live in a snowy area? Consider a creamy off-white, something with a bit of yellow in it, in lieu of a stark white. The creamier color will give your home a strong presence and stature whether it's surrounded by the grays of winter, pastels of spring, greens of summer
“Door” — karina415
Andrew Snow Photography
Teak Bathroom
Ideabooks12,791
Questions8
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Andrew Snow Photography
“12x24 marble tile wall” — NobleHouse
Hansen Architects, P.C.
1 Review
Porch Bed Swing
Ideabooks54,246
Questions8
windows? Is snow an issue here because we are building something very similar but are wondering what to do about snow blowing through screen in winter and how to deal with that... Thanks very much!
about snow in the Low Country of South Carolina or Georgia.
index.html?lifestyle_id=3&climate_id=&x=32&y=8&mode=list They also make fans in other styles. There are, of course, Tommy Bahama Fans as well: http://www.tommybahamafans.com/ :) Rhoda
“Big swing” — ceriuslee
Venegas and Company
10 Reviews
Needham Kitchen
Ideabooks95,609
Questions134
low-power blowers (200-500 CFM) - this is not enough power for adequate ventilation, so the cooktop manufacturer is recommending an oversized hood in order to compensate for the weak blowers; second, many cooktop/range manufacturers also make range hoods, and if you compare their *recommendations* to the
940-CFM blowers), installed at the recommended height and properly vented, there is no need to oversize the hood. So, if the cooktop/range is 36 inches wide, go ahead and use a 36-inch hood - which, by the way, is the most popular size and will offer the greatest variety (we offer 102 models in the wall-mount
the hood blower can accommodate the power of the range). It is always good to visit your local appliance showroom!
“dark cabinet...like the floor color, but maybe a little lighter” — jenmischke
Kelly & Stone Architects
5 Reviews
Red Creek Timber Frame
Ideabooks2,176
Questions0
Love the snow with the look of the house and the stone on the bottom
The snow...Timberframe in snow...snow cabin...snow 2...Snow house
“stone base” — silentdust
Cole Design Studio, LLC
5 Reviews
Keasey Exterior
Ideabooks10,611
Questions8
heavy snow weight... up to 40 inches of snow.
ustom.html is the link of one of our local garage door companies. This is an upgraded standard overhead door (9'X7'). You can see they have several styles. You can probably find one in your local area as well. Thanks for the question.
reatI.html - Here is a link to another of my plans with a separate guest house. I have another similar with the guest house connected by a porch (breezeway) to the main house. Let me know if either interest you. I would love to help you with your design dilemma. We have designed a couple of homes recently
“Cool” — trelmore
BuilderFish
3 Reviews
Historic Leesburg Restoration and Custom Garage
Ideabooks1,941
Questions4
types.html That particular roof was 26 gauge, 1" standing seam with hand combed finish, technical lingo for folding over by hand and crimping at the apex and not simply slapping down a factory cut ridge cap. Why bother? Because water, snow, ice, debris, etc. react differently in various locations and
types.html That particular roof was 26 gauge, 1" standing seam with hand combed finish, technical lingo for folding over by hand and crimping at the apex and not simply slapping down a factory cut ridge cap. Why bother? Because water, snow, ice, debris, etc. react differently in various locations and
“Garage.” — Ron Caruso
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks9,539
Questions7
_1_61.html If you are looking for something a little less expensive, look at the KIVIK sofa from IKEA. http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S29886141
“Carpet” — dougalbobo
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