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Atlanta Bungalow Renovation
most of the home’s 1,200 square feet, Historical Concepts’ design focused on updating the home for modern living while remaining true to the home’s historic
pine beams, original to the home, were salvaged and re-used as kitchen countertops. Once dark and dated, the restored home has an air of authenticity
Very nice home! Any more photos available Would love to see interior! Thanks.
beautiful home with great transition to pool area. consistant color and style of rock.
Really neat home needs research...Back of home...Beautiful Log home...pool on side of home...Get alway home!
It’s the foundation beneath your feet. It will see its share of mishaps and memories. It’s the surface upon which a...
Albert's Home Office
create an effective and highly functional home office. This room continues to be of major importance in homes today as it provides a location for busy
professionals to separate work from home life. Photo by Brandon Barré.
Albert's Home Office...Home Office Apple...Home office layout
Traditional home + Modern patio. Crazy, but it works.
a Victorian home, the clean lines and white render of this extension offer a sharp contrast to the warm brick facade of the original home.
Modernize a great old home....home front
Michael G Imber, Architects
The tile floor reminds me of being in a Central American home :)
selling a Georgia O’Keefe painting to pay for the home … I enjoyed not only touring this beautiful home but hearing the wonderful story behind it. I’ll just
new Sunday house, the spaces are incorporated, making it appear that the home was remodeled to turn what had been an animal space into an open-plan living
American furniture and Native American rugs and used them to decorate the home. “Everything he had seemed to have a good story or a special meaning to him
“And their collaboration led to a home that is based on a Texas tradition that dates back to the mid-1800s.” — Mary
Bates Masi Architects LLC
this unending cycle of maintenance and accepting weathering as part of a home’s design aesthetic makes good environmental, economic and design sense. Embrace
The task of creating home exteriors that resist weather’s effects — including washing, sanding, stripping
Embrace weathering as part of your aesthetic — and even celebrate it. This home uses unfinished wood as a weather barrier... it is clad in a combination
In Much like a leather chair that gets worn in rather than worn out, this home uses unfinished wood as a weather barrier. Sited near the sea on the tip
InMuch like a leather chair that gets worn in rather than worn out, this home uses unfinished wood as a weather barrier. Sited near the sea on the tip
Colin Cadle Photography
The Secret Barns
It looks homely...Homely back door entrance...The homely feel...Homely, fun
What a structure for a home! Really
exquisite, says welcome home to comfort
photo? Home in Italy...family home...Three level home looking Tuscan...building a home