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Debra Ackerbloom Interiors, LLC
Front view of Exterior painted in Historic Color Palette with SW Colonial Revival Gray on the body, SW Pure White on the trim, and SW Colonial Yellow on the front door. The landscaping was also refreshed with a low profile tiered, design.
Allen's Fine Woodworking, Inc.
This older craftsman home had so many charming period details that demanded the respect of the new design, and we feel like our team pulled it off beautifully. The colors and textures were a collaboration between the homeowner and designer Ashley Neff, while the form and function of the space were designed by Allen's Fine Woodworking. The cherry wood looks beautiful today but will only deepen with age, adding to the already rich history of this house. Double-stacked cabinetry serves as a seemingly endless source of storage for pantry items.
Most porch additions look like an "after-thought" and detract from the better thought-out design of a home. The design of the porch followed by the gracious materials and proportions of this Georgian-style home. The brick is left exposed and we brought the outside in with wood ceilings. The porch has craftsman-style finished and high quality carpet perfect for outside weathering conditions. The space includes a dining area and seating area to comfortably entertain in a comfortable environment with crisp cool breezes from multiple ceiling fans. Love porch life at it's best!
Dura Supreme Cabinetry
Crafty Storage - Keep your cutlery collection close at hand in a pull-out next to the cooking area (PIL-M or TOWR-J). The key to creating an authentic Craftsman-styled kitchen is by embracing those details that embody hand-craftsmanship and hand-joinery. As a response to mass production and abundance of cheaply made goods, the craftsman design movement achieved prominence in the early 19900’s and recognized value in the work of the craftsman and artisan. The handiwork of the cabinetmaker was idealized, and an appreciation for quality and craftsmanship was celebrated. Homes of this period were designed with an open, airy floor plan and a central hearth or gathering area. Woodwork and cabinetry became architectural focal points in warm, wood tones and joinery techniques were prominently featured. Request a FREE Brochure: http://www.durasupreme.com/request-brochure Find a dealer near you today: http://www.durasupreme.com/dealer-locator
Sheila Mayden Interiors
Neatly outfitted pantry concealed behind furniture-style doors, resembling a built-in armoire.
Samuel Design Group
Joni Spear Interior Design
Guest bath remodel for aging parent . Pedestal sink with chrome faucet and towel ring. Chrome and crystal wall sconces with black shades on either side of the mirror.
Northwest Heritage Renovations
This picture gives you an idea how the garage, main house, and ADU are arranged on the property. Our goal was to minimize the impact to the backyard, maximize privacy of each living space from one another, maximize light for each building, etc. One way in which we were able to accomplish that was building the ADU slab on grade to keep it as low to the ground as possible and minimize it's solar footprint on the property. Cutting up the roof not only made it more interesting from the house above but also helped with solar footprint. The garage was reduced in length by about 8' to accommodate the ADU. A separate laundry is located just inside the back man-door to the garage for the ADU and for easy washing of outdoor gear. Anna Campbell Photography
Highland Builders LLC
Modern mountain aesthetic in this fully exposed custom designed ranch. Exterior brings together lap siding and stone veneer accents with welcoming timber columns and entry truss. Garage door covered with standing seam metal roof supported by brackets. Large timber columns and beams support a rear covered screened porch. (Ryan Hainey)
Guest bedroom transformed into a cozy and colorful retreat in this Ann Arbor home remodel by Meadowlark.
Judd Jason Assoc. 'Living Works of Art'
Judd Jason Assoc. 'Living Works of Art'. a low maintenance path along the driveway with ground covers, succulents, small boulders and stepping stones for easier maintenance.