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Monticello Homes & Development
3 Reviews
Modern Silo
Ideabooks630
Questions1
could we see a blueprint/floorplan for this house?
available on this project. A short description would be the studio in the building to the right, in the silo is the kitchen, dining, sleeping loft and bathroom
down the road from this land. “When Kelli saw it going up, she decided we should build our main house around it.”
idea for theirs. “We had an old one on this property. We had the idea to remodel it into a guesthouse. That didn’t work out, so we decided to use a new
silo added to a steel building and how bout adding a corn silo as a screened room.
she decided we should build our main house around it.”Grain bin: Brock
“When Kelli saw [the silo] going up, she decided we should build our main house
“silo built into house” — patbcole
elaine richardson architect
the open house
Ideabooks3,421
Questions2
Hi, i wish i could remember, i think it was hafele. we used a very good specialist aluminium window manufactuer, and i am pretty
note the overhang on the toe of the staircase. we will have a similar overhang.
typically gloomy space in most terraces. “We had also maximised our floor space ratio (the amount of house we could build on our block) so this area is useable
gloomy space in most terrace homes. “We had also maximized our floor space ratio [the amount of house we could build on our block] so this area is usable
but wasn’t included in our ratio,” Richardson explains. “We love the internal courtyard; we use the space every day in summer. It feels like part of the
for us, but wasn’t included in our ratio,” Richardson says. “We love the internal courtyard; we use the space every day in summer. It feels like part of the
“fantastic "internal courtyard"” — somedaybytheocean
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Ron
Ideabooks2,884
Questions6
Hi Ashley Cohoon, we have reproduction furniture like that at instylemodern.com
Fauteuil et tapis Hi Ashley Cohoon, we have reproduction furniture like that at instylemodern.com December 12, 2013
place in our minds where we don't even realize it's happening. Nostalgia plays a big role in how we build our lives and the things we choose to surround ourselves
Humanics Ergonmics in Austin, Texas. “We think we are comfortable hunching forward, because our muscles relax as we shift the loads to our ligaments.” Lueder
provide information to our brain to let us know how we are sitting. When we strain our ligaments, we lose the ability to send feedback to our brain, and
now that is a fireplace we can afford
“hearth” — solarsurfer
Designing Solutions
63 Reviews
Sports Themed Media Room
Ideabooks12,130
Questions18
We "borrowed" it from a showroom for this design house room. Wish I could tell you who makes it, but that showroom is no longer in business
and I got it from a model home which also had a charcoal backsplash tile. We copied it and truly love it. It's Reynard 6348 by Sherwin- Williams. Good
colors but too rich here, like light but design on it too traditional, I think we want this shape over formal dining and a glass one over kitchen table.
Enter man caves. Whether we're building a boat, playing computer games, reading car magazines, listening to
Enter the man cave. Whether we’re building a boat, playing computer games, reading car magazines, listening to
l equivalent to hanging out with your mates."So you see? We are fragile emotional beings. We just need a kegerator (a refrigerator for a keg of beer) and
“rock wall” — brehon4417
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
North Cove
Ideabooks7,801
Questions5
North Cove Residence Shelburne, Vermont We worked very closely with the architect to create a multi-generational home for grandparents, their daughter
mental energyBut when we look at something that interests us, something that doesn’t require a lot of attention to monitor, we build back up our mental energy
called a site analysis — an examination of how the existing structure or new build relates or will relate to its unique existing environmental conditions. These
so slowly that things that made us comfortable in the environment in which we evolved are comforting to us now. Watching the countryside allows us to look
“Wow!!!!!” — puggs911
Nick Leith-Smith Architecture + Design
Dallington Terrace
Ideabooks51,840
Questions7
Can we set it on interior & what are the necessary changes to be done
know what the material for the roof is also. Though from the date it appears we are not going to get an answer.
How can we build a good working relationship?Communication is key. Keep talking to your
Build in some shadeThis glamorous nook looks as good by day as it does by candlelight
“under lighting” — gracie5009
Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Living Room
Ideabooks8,131
Questions13
Tall Armoire. We have 2 - can use on in Living/Sitting room.
First, let's go back to the primary precept that we build our rooms around things we love. Be very deliberate about the concept that if you love
“Shag living m” — luckyinky
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
Sunrise Vista
Ideabooks3,524
Questions3
We began with a structurally sound 1950’s home. The owners sought to capture views of mountains and lake with a new second story, along with a complete
of shade. I would really like to have a patio cover put in my backyard so we can have some more shade by the pool. ...
Over the doors is a large piece of steel. We covered the roof of the gazebo with a product called Polygal, it's a translucent
could we build up bar height wall with wet sink and space for refrigerator to have bar
Over the doors is a large piece of steel. We covered the roof of the gazebo with a product called Polygal, it's a translucent
very nice. Can we build it though?
“patio idea” — markwil56
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