Stucco Tudor CottageCraftsman Sunroom, San Francisco

English craftsman style home renovation, with a new cottage and garage in Palo Alto, California.

Inspiration for a craftsman sunroom remodel in San Francisco with a standard ceiling and a brick fireplace —  Houzz
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K Cundiff wrote:June 19, 2016
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    Fergus Garber Architects

    Thank you for your compliments! _ FGY

  • diannesdesigns

    I really like this

    Open-Air Living in a Guest Cottage Pavilion as featured in house. Could I get plans for this cute cottage?

miastensrud wrote:November 19, 2015
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    Fergus Garber Architects

    The double doors are 4'-8" wide by 6'8" high. With the sidelights, the unit is 9'-4" wide. - FGY

  • Kelly Todd

    How tall is your transom?

Rick Laudisi wrote:October 13, 2013
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    Fergus Garber Architects
    These are custom designed and manufactured by Marvin Doors and Windows! - FGY
  • safemommy

    I can't believe the cost on these. Just had similar Andersen 400 series priced--colonial grilles--9k. If anyone has a source for a similar look at a lower price point please share!

Maryanne wrote:October 4, 2013
  • tracyk2525
    it looks like the chandelier Ballard Designs offers in various diameters.
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    Fergus Garber Architects
    We do not seem to have the exact fixture name/manufacturer on record, but I've found a similar one we've considered for another project of ours... Will keep looking, and get back to you, but in the meantime you can check out this very similar "Handmade Five Light Astrolabe Chandelier" by Dana Creath Designs - This fixture on the website is 26" in diameter. Hope that helps! - FGY
slfranssen wrote:July 20, 2015
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    Fergus Garber Architects

    Our apologies that we cannot be of more help, but these chairs were something the owner found. - FGY

Robin Gilley wrote:January 17, 2015
    nfockel wrote:March 12, 2014
      Love Custom Builders wrote:September 18, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Becky Harris added this to 3-Season Rooms: Open-Air Living in a Guest Cottage PavilionSeptember 5, 2013

        French doors with sidelights and transom windows make the wall between the cottage and the pavilion nearly dissolve. The double doors open 180 degrees to create a free flow between indoors and out. Wood Casement Windows and Swinging French Doors, both by Marvin

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        christiesimmons22 added this to GarageMarch 11, 2020

        french doors with side panes and transoms

        Frank Knez added this to Frank's ideasAugust 20, 2019

        Light fixture and the door casing

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