Calais
Calais
sk7 design studios, inc.
3,400 sf home, 4BD, 4BA Second-Story Addition and Extensive Remodel 50/50 demo rule
Birdsong Ranch, Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)
Birdsong Ranch, Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)
Brad Cox, Architect, Inc.
The L-shaped bungalow provides privacy from the main house on the property. The path leads guests from the gate down to the teal front door.
Casa de Maya
Casa de Maya
Hawkeye Landscape Design
A Southwest style courtyard was designed for family and critters to enjoy an enclosed outdoor space. The 'elk mountain' flagstone path winds thru a cactus garden featuring a 'mancave macho mocha, 'old man cactus and euphorbia tirucali. The perennial garden has a 'caesalpinia pulcherrima', vitex purpurea', cuphea ignea. The sitting garden includes a Furcrea mediopicta (mexico), Leucophyllum frutescens silver leaf (Rio Bravo), and Grevillea'long john' Sitting at the mesquite table one can enjoy the re-circulating boulder fountain which attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Brightly colored mexican tile enhances the barbecue. The fireplace with built-in light box has a private sitting area surrounded by an Aloe tree, acacia cultriformis and strelitzia juncea (South Africa)
Hacienda del Sol
Hacienda del Sol
Casas del Oso Luxury Homes
Cantera stone inlaid rug, beams, corbels, Saltillo base
Deep navy house white trim Custom home with front porch
Deep navy house white trim Custom home with front porch
CK Building and Design Corporation
An incredible custom 3,300 square foot custom Craftsman styled 2-story home with detailed amenities throughout.
Bridle Trails
Bridle Trails
AOME Architects
Photography by Mike Jensen
Seattle Exterior Facelift
Seattle Exterior Facelift
Shuler Architecture
This is a little project we did for a friend a few years ago. Our client approached us after the south face of her house had deteriorated to the point that severe rot and mold had invaded the structure. She also wanted to give the front of her house a facelift and create some more curb appeal. On little projects like these, budget often dictates our design solution and our approach is to maximize value on behalf of our clients. We don't trying to win design awards with these small projects nor are we trying to get published. Our goal is to simply and elegantly solve the problem we are presented with at a price point that our client can afford. There are several ideas we incorporated into this design solution. Foremost was to solve the water infiltration into the building envelope. The structure faces due south and takes a beating from all of the winter storms we get here in the Pacific Northwest. In the summer, harsh sun warps and cracks most siding materials. This solution entailed stripping the entire south facing facade down to the studs, tearing out all of the rotted lumber and reframing this wall to accept new windows. This wall was then insulated, sheathed, covered with a high performance building paper and then sided with a cementitious siding material.We added a cover at the front door to both protect the house and to announce the entry. The element of time plays a large role in our designs and in this case we wanted to highlight the transition from the outer environment to protected interior of the home. Finally, with the addition of the minimal arbor we created a public space on the front of the house that allows for gathering, gives the house more visual interest and provides a public zone between the house and the street. This zone is literally a way for our client, who runs a business on the upper level of her home, to get out of her house and interact with the world. In short, this was a contextual solution that blends in well with its neighbors and promotes community through a classic front porch design. Our client spends a lot of time here in the summers chatting with neighbors, enjoying a glass of wine and watching the setting sun. There are several ideas we incorporated into this desgn solution. Foremost was to solve the water infiltration into the building enevelope. The structure faces due south and takes a beating from all of the winter storms we get here in the Pacific Northwest. In the summer, harsh sun warps and cracks most siding materials. This solution entailed stripping the entire south facing facade down to the studs, tearing out all of the rotted lumber and refaming this wall to accept new windows. This wall was then insulated, sheathed, covered with a high performance building paper and then sided with a cementitious siding material.We added a cover at the front door to both protect the house and to announce the entry. The element of time plays a large role in our designs and in this case we wanted to highlight the transiton from the outer environment to protected interior of the home. Finally, with the addition of the minimal arbor we created a public space on the front of the house that allows for gathering, gives the house more visual interest and provides a public zone between the house and the street. This zone is a literally way for out client, who runs a business on the upper level of her home, to get our her house and interact with the world. In short, this was a contextual solution that blends in well with its neighbors and promotes community through a classic front porch design. Our client spends a lot of time here in the summers chatting with neighbors, enjoying a glass of wine and watching the setting sun.
Four-Square Craftsman Classic
Four-Square Craftsman Classic
Sheila Mayden Interiors
Neatly outfitted pantry concealed behind furniture-style doors, resembling a built-in armoire.
Southwest Contemporary
Southwest Contemporary
Design Directives, LLC
Marc Boisclair Kilbane Architecture, built-in cabinets by Wood Expressions Project designed by Susie Hersker’s Scottsdale interior design firm Design Directives. Design Directives is active in Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Carefree, Sedona, and beyond. For more about Design Directives, click here: https://susanherskerasid.com/
A new craftsman bungalow with historic charm.
A new craftsman bungalow with historic charm.
Brooks Ballard
This home plan can be found at the link below.
Maine Cottage
Maine Cottage
Leslie Saul & Associates
Lake house Deck with Hot Tub. Trent Bell Photography, Richardson & Associates Landscape Architects
Four-Square Craftsman Classic
Four-Square Craftsman Classic
Sheila Mayden Interiors
Attic bathroom with classic black and white tile scheme
Four-Square Craftsman Classic
Four-Square Craftsman Classic
Sheila Mayden Interiors
Girl's bathroom with classic black and white tile scheme
Singapore
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