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Arts and crafts two-story exterior home photo in Houston

Allston ResidenceCraftsman Exterior, Houston

- Greg Swedberg was the principal designer while employed at Allegro Builders. Greg Swedberg left Allegro Builders in 2009 to start his own architecture practice 2Scale Architects.

Arts and crafts two-story exterior home photo in Houston —  Houzz
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This photo has 30 questions
gemini52760 wrote:Jun 9, 2015
  • gemini52760
    44" high ?? Can't be. Maybe 34".
  • gemini52760
    The height of the brick bases from the porch that is. Sorry for the confusion.
Peggy Heck wrote:Jan 10, 2013
  • brideyfiore
    Thank you for answering so many questions! The house is absolutely gorgeous.
  • caracell
    Beautiful execution! Love all of your double hung windows. What is the size of the two smaller windows on the top right?
kirstiebower wrote:Jul 6, 2013
  • PRO
    2Scale Architects
    The colors were chosen by an interior designer. Those colors do not typically come across my desk, and even more rarely do they end up in a file. I know that's frustrating. Sorry, guys.
  • Terri G

    Who was the interior designer please?

sbadarak wrote:Jun 19, 2013
  • kozymomo
    triangles... :)
  • Audrey Scarborough
    Thank You Kozymomo - I adore these colors.
ZanoZa ZanoZa wrote:May 12, 2013
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    2Scale Architects
    Thank you Gardenbuilder. I appreciate the positive feedback.
  • becketz
    Beautiful! Can you share what the heated square footage is? Thank you!
sadomado wrote:Mar 5, 2013
megansalvia wrote:Dec 8, 2013
  • Monica Anne Bishop
    Yes, please post paint colors of siding and trim.
  • PRO
    2Scale Architects

    Thank you very much. we no longer have record of these color selections. I do not recommend getting colors off of websites. Most photos, ours included, have been modified for optimal appearance, which can distort the color. Best of luck to you.

lalbey wrote:Nov 26, 2013
BlueLinx wrote:Aug 14, 2017
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    2Scale Architects

    I'm curious why you would want the house in brochures + marketing. Are you copying the house?

  • PRO
    BlueLinx

    No. We wanted to use it as the beauty shot on our trim board brochure.

Sheri Mossi wrote:Feb 11, 2014
Jay Hollis wrote:Dec 1, 2013
  • PRO
    2Scale Architects
    Jay, you're doing a remodel for $2600?!? That sounds pretty cheap. Congrats. We do not publish floor plans for our houses in an effort to protect the intellectual property rights of the creator. This house has 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, utility, desk nook upstairs. Thank you for engaging with us and reviewing our portfolio.
  • Jay Hollis
    no I am sorry. We purchased the property for this amount! That is how bad it is. thanks!
gemini52760 wrote:Sep 21, 2013
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    2Scale Architects
    If I remember correctly, these column bases are around 22" wide.
  • slmasek
    could you tell me the paint color of the siding? Thanks
Richard Roberts wrote:Mar 26, 2013
  • Mary Lakey
    The fencing is so unique and looks vintage. Who can I get to build me a fence like that in Clearwater, Florida?
  • PRO
    2Scale Architects
    The client had it made. It uses old railway ties. They hired a regular iron fence guy to handle it. Thank you for asking. Good luck.
Lucas yo wrote:Feb 24, 2013
  • Ann Dieringer
    I agree completely with this comment. I would love to know all the details!
  • PRO
    2Scale Architects
    This is a custom home that is approximately 3100 s.f. in Houston, TX. There are more photos of this house on Houzz. We are not providing any specification information as it is a private residence. Thank you very much for our interest. I hope you find the rest of our work as enjoyable.
kwindy23 wrote:Aug 29, 2016
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    2Scale Architects

    Window sills are purchased from the window manufacturer and sent out in 12' lengths (I believe) with the windows. The framer then cuts them to size. Thanks for asking.

Jessica Eller wrote:Jun 28, 2016
  • PRO
    2Scale Architects

    These are Jeld Wen wood windows. The casing is applied on site, probably a 1x4 with the typical craftsman header. thanks for asking.

almsted1 wrote:Oct 28, 2014
annieroehr wrote:Aug 5, 2014
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    2Scale Architects
    thank you for the kind words. This stain is mostly black, but it's got a little brown indiscernible in the photograph. Thanks again.
kimlynch11 wrote:Jul 20, 2014
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    2Scale Architects
    Sorry, we do not have the house color on file any more. Please be careful of getting specific color names from online sources like Houzz. I know that OUR photos have been "retouched" or "edited" which often distorts the color bit. I know MOST photos you see online are going to be that way. Best of luck to you.
K Reynolds wrote:Jun 12, 2014
samwawn wrote:Jan 17, 2014
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    2Scale Architects
    The client had it custom made. The posts are old railroad ties.
Jennifer Parnell wrote:Nov 15, 2013
  • PRO
    2Scale Architects
    The lot was 50' x 132' with a rear alley access. The house is about 42' wide
Tammy Vik wrote:Nov 2, 2013
  • PRO
    2Scale Architects
    The front and the sides are not the same. The front is about 7'. The side is really more for side courtyard (not shown) access and is only about 4' clear between the columns and the wall.
gemini52760 wrote:Sep 21, 2013
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    2Scale Architects
    The windows are a charcoal color paint. They are wood windows, not vinyl.
pkabney wrote:Jun 24, 2013
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    2Scale Architects
    I no longer have those colors on file. I'm sorry. Good luck.
sorjuana wrote:May 14, 2013
  • PRO
    2Scale Architects
    It was purchased from Bison building supply, a local lumber yard in Houston. They sell several types of doors like this.
fsattar wrote:Mar 24, 2013
  • PRO
    2Scale Architects
    The roof is typical composition shingles, found extensively throught out the US. The walls are cementitious siding from James Hardie (US national brand). It paints easily, and it lasts a long time, longer than unmaintained stucco but not as long as brick with is pretty maintenance free. It does need to be repainted ever 5-10 years depending on your climate.
gemini52760 wrote:Feb 9, 2013
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    2Scale Architects
    I do not have the colors for any of my houses. Be careful trying to match a photo. Many (mine included) have been enhanced by photoshop and the true color will be somewhat different from what you see on your computer screen. Thank you for asking.

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