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Inspiration for a mid-sized tropical two-story wood exterior home remodel in Atlanta

Coastal Living - Allison Ramsey Architects Holiday HouseTropical Exterior, Atlanta

Photos by Josh Savage for Coastal Living
Allison Ramsey Architects

Inspiration for a mid-sized tropical two-story wood exterior home remodel in Atlanta —  Houzz
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maybankhouse wrote:Jan 9, 2014
pittsville wrote:Sep 24, 2012
  • Forrest Deleot
    They are actually french doors I think you are referring to. We do have hurricane rated french windows that can be as large as 8' tall and 6' wide. Please let me know if you have any other questions regarding windows and doors. My name is Forrest Deleot and I represent Henselstone Window and Door Systems. 843-408-9653 or forrest@henselstone.com
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jaycee wrote:Sep 19, 2012
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    Allison Ramsey Architects
    Our plans are on the web at www.allisonramseyarchitect.com. This is a Home plan we call the Holiday House. It is in our Plan book Carolina Inspirations II . You can see this and many more of our designs here. Take a look and let me know if you have any questions or if you need anything else. Thanks

    http://www.allisonramseyarchitect.com/fullpage.cfm?id=211
  • laquitasher
    Planning to add on to my gulf coast house..this looks like the perfect way!
donna0 wrote:Dec 30, 2012
  • terrypy
    Always loved this house think I saw it on Southern Living first ...but its definately not a cottage! and wouldn't be for everyone since you have to go thru the kitchen to get to the main part of the house. Would happily build it however as an empty nester with grandkids it would work wonderfully.
  • godsfavgirl
    What window brand and style is shown?
jenny3077 wrote:May 22, 2013
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    Allison Ramsey Architects
    Sorry, I do not know many of the furnishings.
  • kellyslobodian
    How do wood shingles hold up in tropics as opposed to Hardieplank?Fiber Composite Maintenance,termites longevity?
weewee63 wrote:Sep 8, 2012
  • seradcliffe
    Any idea on the paint color used on the shutters? I love the combination, looks very cozy! Thanks.
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    Allison Ramsey Architects
    The shutters are more of a red than a brown as the pictures may indicate. I am unsure of the actual color name. Sorry. This was a Coastal Living "Holiday House" there may be a list of vendors or colors online somewhere.
Kim Bowers wrote:Aug 29, 2016
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    Allison Ramsey Architects

    This house, the Coastal Living Holiday House, is located in Old Shell Point, a small infill neighborhood outside Port Royal, SC. I am unsure of the current status but I believe it is a long term rental.


eldredj wrote:Oct 23, 2015
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    Allison Ramsey Architects

    Not sure of supplier but we refer to it as most due as "Savannah Gray" bricks. Common in this area. (Charleston SC to Savannah GA.

vickibobo wrote:Apr 28, 2015
051566 wrote:Jan 6, 2015
Cecilia Carr wrote:Jun 3, 2014
Kristine wrote:Jun 28, 2013
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    The shakes are natural and have since turned darker and grayer. The Trim is "Aunt Bettys China" by Sherwin Williams I believe. The architectural shingles and accent color I am unsure of.
ellington53 wrote:Jan 18, 2013
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    Allison Ramsey Architects
    On our new website; allisonramseyarchitect.com you can search for any plan by name or many other elements. This plan is called "The Holiday House". I would just type in "Holiday" under plan name. Thanks...
mrsoggy wrote:Oct 18, 2012
Lori Kalfus wrote:Oct 8, 2012
  • lindatennis62
    Contact Joe Reese @ Potomac Valley Brick - 301-309-9600
Rosa B wrote:Sep 25, 2012
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    Allison Ramsey Architects
    The porch is 8'-0" deep. This is our standard/minimum size we draw. (We did not come up with this but) 8' is just enough room for you to sit in a rocking chair with your dog taking a nap and someone else can walk past to get to the chair next to you. Let me know what else Allison Ramsey Architects can help with. Thanks
nancyspiker wrote:Sep 20, 2012
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      Mindy Devito wrote:Sep 24, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        beckydietrich
        Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Cottages: The Comfort Food of ArchitectureApr 30, 2014

        If you were to peruse my ideabook titled “Becky’s faves,” this is the first picture you would see. It absolutely exemplifies cottage style. A wide and welcoming porch stretches its arms toward the street, urging you to come in and visit.

        sheilaschmitz
        Sheila Schmitz added this to Merry Christmas From Homes on HouzzDec 7, 2012

        Wreaths hung at railing level combine with garlands for an elegantly simple holiday house.

        becky
        Becky Harris added this to Houzz Call: Show Us Your Holiday Front DoorNov 14, 2012

        If you have a front porch, do you spread the greenery along it as well?

        lolalina
        Laura Gaskill added this to Make Your Fixer-Upper Fabulous on a BudgetSep 13, 2012

        Where to begin? Big projects, including repairs to the roof, the foundation and systems (like heating and cooling), should be prioritized, for obvious reasons — with one caveat. If a major project needs to be done but is not totally urgent (say, your home inspector said you'll need a new roof within the next few years), you might want to put more of your current savings toward cosmetic fixes you will appreciate right away.Landscaping is a good example. Early on is the time to begin planning (and planting) upgrades to your yard. Mature trees and plantings add significant value (and curb appeal) to your home, and the most budget-friendly way to get there is to buy small, young plants and give them time to fill in.How to boost your curb appeal

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