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Daniel Sheehan Photography
Laurelhurst House
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Can you please tell me what paint color was used? I have a friend needing to do her house soon and this may be the one! thanks so much!
What would you call the thin windows that run just under the ceiling like that? It's big time 1950s, considering something like that in my house...
There are lots of great shag options in this tone. Typically polyester are the most commonly purchased lately as they are extremely soft to touch and add a great luxurious feel to the space. Here are two great options: https://www.rugsdoneright.com/ProductDetail.asp?SKU_ID=62934&ImageName=KI900 https://www
Partial wall - way to let light in from front of house but maintain some privacy
Transom windows, particularly on the sides of the house which are close to neighboring houses.
“Love” — bootstrapsgirl
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Bernard Andre Photography
2 Reviews
portfolio
Ideabooks3,116
Questions6
Can you let me know who designed this house? Thank You!!
Is this house in Menlo Park? I think a friend of mine used to live here!
i would like to see the layout for this house
buy the plans for this house?
I would like to ee the layout of this house. would you send it to me please?
It looks like a house from the future; which I love.
Wow! Works we'll landscaping/house design
Roofline is fabulous and creates a built in shelter for eating, relaxing. Every house should have one!
Palm Springs hosts an annual modernism week each year in February that draws enthusiasts from around the world. The week includes parties, exhibits, lectures and tours of important modern houses.
something that carries on the roof forms and simply eliminates that exterior walls. While this is the most costly option, it could very well be the most satisfying, given the right circumstances. And the most useful, too, as no matter what the weather is, the space under the roof will always be dry and ready
“Element/Line” — laramy_12
Todd Davis Architecture
3 Reviews
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks3,386
Questions4
REALLY wondering what colors are on this house.
PLEASE!!!! Tell me the house color!!,
could add addition plus upstairs room keeping with the facade of the old house
(smaller classy city), I would like the outside to have a similar shape, though I would most likely want two combined with a rooftop garden and patio.
This hip update of a traditional Italianate Victorian in San Francisco's Mission district is a great example of taking a completely original facade (aside, perhaps from the garage, which was most likely added at a later date) and making it feel
of taking a completely original facade (aside, perhaps from the garage, which was most likely added at a later date) and making it feel contemporary and stylish. The historical detailing remains, but the contemporary house numbers subtly reinforce the modern design statement made by the choice of paints
“space utility” — ccf311
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Main House
Ideabooks4,426
Questions4
another design might seem to be an alien import, this house feels entirely native, powerfully attached to the land. Set back from and protected under the tent-like protection of the roof, the front of the house is entirely transparent, glowing like a lantern in the evening. Along the windowed wall
winter. In addition to serving as an observation look-out and beacon, the tower serves the practical function of housing a below-grade wine cellar and sleeping benches. Tower and house align from entrance to entrance, literally linked by a pathway, set off axis and leading to steps that descend into
This house, in eastern Washington’s Kittitas County, is sited on the shallow incline of a slight elevation, in the midst of fifty acres of pasture and prairie grassland, a place of vast expanses, where only distant hills and the occasional isolated tree interrupt the view toward the horizon. Where another
“Windows on ranch front” — chrissysmccutchen
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
Ideabooks3,851
Questions3
Any ideas of the paint color? Love this house!
Mounting blocks in the shingle siding are BM 1538 Wildwood Crest. Most of the ext. trim is BM 1523 Embassy Green.
this house is so amazingly beautiful! I am in love. It would be much to much house but if I could scale it down it would be perfect. You guys are amazing
BM 1538 Wildwood Crest. Most of the ext. trim is BM 1523 Embassy Green.
blocks in the shingle siding are BM 1538 Wildwood Crest. Most of the ext. trim is BM 1523 Embassy Green.
i like the tiered look of the back of the house as it goes down the hillside, and the colors/materials of
applied. Most of the ext. trim is Benjamin Moore # 1523 Embassy Green.
love red window trim, house colors
Pepperwood was applied. Most of the ext. trim is Benjamin Moore # 1523 Embassy Green.
“he siding is red cedar, pre-primed in Semi-Transparent at the factory in Cabot Beechwood Gray. Then” — jjjarosz
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Citrus Bloom
Ideabooks21,754
Questions19
less shine for my garage doors. My house color is a tan color with a charcoal roof and black shutters. All trim is white. The garage doors are located in the back of the house. They are currently white and am looking to add a little pop in the back of the house. Please advise if you think this would
I'm reshingling a portion of my house and removing the clapboard and love this look, are these shingles by Maibec? Love the color of these as well, and am looking at Maibec as an option...there is a color close to this house. This house was beautifully done, there is not one detail I
would look ok or if I should go with the same color as the house (tan). Many thanks!!!
Hello, can you tell me length of breezeway? Do you think 5' would be sufficient between a garage and house with a connecting platform like this? Or too close? I have between 4-6' but would like to use minimum. Thank you.
“The path between the house and garage” — caitlinpulk
Julie Ranee Photography
loft
Ideabooks5,288
Questions7
I live in Ontario Canada , I have two boy 5 and 3. They ate my whole world!! My husband is 1 of 5 and was homeschooled ( unschooled). We are about to move in 5 days and I am trying to find what works best for those who homeschool
that's so hard with little ones but wondering what you found worked beat for you at there age. We do not do school work yet probably not for a while. We mostly play and do crafts and hikes etc as boys are busy and I believe are ment to be outside and adventurous. We will be finishing our basement for a craft
you have Homegoods close to your house I just saw them last week.
Hi Sarah! I do homeschool my children. Each day is a new adventure with them, and I feel truly blessed to have this opportunity. This photo is of the loft area in our house which is where we do most of our schoolwork. Let me know if
“art play” — salon de ming
Olsen Studios
5 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse in Dallas, Texas
Ideabooks7,778
Questions12
sorry I never ask these questions but I totally love this whole house so much. what is the style of the exterior lights on the house that wash straight up and down? totally amazing and clean.
Development Homes is my builder and the builder of this house. www.designdevelopmenthomes.com
We are considering using Hardie Board Panels. I like the look of the exterior of this house very much. Could you also tell me roof color
Awesome house. What is the siding material? Thank you.
Really like the modern look of this house. How do I go about getting the floor plan? Thanks, Julie Jndwth@gmail.com
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“farm house” — awouda
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