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Results found for "front stoop"

  • PACIFIC NORTHWEST: Shade Garden, We started with an .22 acre corner lot that was infested with weeds, misplaced Christmas trees and a whole lot of stumps. It is a work in progress because a garden is never "done.", Gardens Design


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  • My Foursquare Project, Help I need advice! Paint colors and what to do with the ulgy brick porch. , Home Exterior Design

    My Foursquare Projec...

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  • Sedona Old World Beauty, This is a custom home I designed and which was built for my clients a couple of years ago. I tried to give the home the Old world touches like Earth tone tinted Stucco, real tumbled Field stone, exposed headers, Mesquite doors. and wood and wrought iron gates, and gas lamps while keeping the home up to date as well. The front tower balcony has a beautiful view of the Sedona red rocks and The Chapel and the owners enjoy this view over their morning coffee.  , Home Exterior Design

    Sedona Old World Bea...

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  • "Is this the same house?" Before & Afters, I posted pictures of the front porch awhile ago on "Rate My Space"  and people have been asking me to post additional pictures. 
My husband and I found a piece of property that we really wanted but in order to get the land we had to take an older home that was on the property. When we looked at buying this house....I liked it but I did not love it.  But that was OK because not many people can walk into someone else's house and immediately love it.  Everyone needs to make their "home" their own by decorating with all the "things" they love  & colors they love.  
Although, this house needed a great deal of work....I still knew it had so much potential.  I took the great southern charm of this house and it's great bones and made it our "HOME"!!  We have remodeled every square inch of this house.   
Most days you can find us rocking on the front porch with a glass of sweet tea.....come join us!!!, Home Exterior Design

    "Is this the same hous...

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  • Three level split remodel, Home started as 1700 sq. ft. three level split.   3 bedrooms, 1 & 1/2 bath, living room, kitchen/dining room, basement, one car garage and screen porch.

Finished area is 6400 sq. ft. with 5 bedrooms, 4 & 1/2 baths, sunroom, library, mudroom, upstairs utility room, studio, foyer, basement and walk-out patio.  Not included in the 6400 sq. ft is a three car garage (24' x36') and fully acessable and conditioned attic(45' x @15')

I designed and built the structure myself (my first project).  Design and built in 5 phases over 2 year period.   I did have a mason do the brick work, all other work completed by me.  Still working on the house.  , Home Exterior Design

    Three level split remo...

    14 photos, 3,866 Views, Flag

  • Front yard garden spring 2011, 

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    Front yard garden spri...

    17 photos, 12,971 Views, Flag

  • A Little Bit of Paradise, Our little bit of paradise starts with an updated photo of the front of our 225 year old home in historic Mifflinburg, PA with the newly added sun room.  After that we will take you on a photo tour of our gardens with some unique shots taken from the windows of the home so you can experience the gardens just like we do.  We hope you enjoy!, Gardens Design

    A Little Bit of Parad...

    16 photos, 20,504 Views, Flag

  • 600 Dollar Throw Away House Front Garden, I bought this house for 600 dollars October 2009. , Gardens Design

    600 Dollar Throw Awa...

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  • Foyer , Foyer 
The color is called "Garden Wall" from Home Depot by "Behr Paint", Entryways & Halls Design


    8 photos, 9,236 Views, Flag

  • A place to drop your keys., This entryway was created to separate the front door area from the rest of the foyer. We added the glass doorway slate floor custom cabinet and lighting to delight the senses upon entering the home. The cabinet was built around an existing radiator. The color scheme is light and airy. Note: Before and after pictures., Entryways & Halls Design

    A place to drop your k...

    2 photos, 4,364 Views, Flag

  • New Country Farmhouse, Built in 2001 we wanted this home to look like a 1940's farmhouse.  I wanted very simple rooms and minimal lanscaping reminiscent of my grandmother's house., Home Exterior Design

    New Country Farmhous...

    6 photos, 3,761 Views, Flag

  •  Beach/Lake Cottage Renovation, We totally striped the home down to the studs.  You could actually see through the walls to the outside. It turned out just as I hoped it would. I love the porch : ) , Home Exterior Design

    Beach/Lake Cottage R...

    24 photos, 7,933 Views, Flag

  • Mid-Century Era Ranch - Livin' Large on a Small Scale, Built in 1950 my tiny 1200 square foot home is completely updated inside and is perfect for me.  It  is painted brick with a slate front porch and wood blinds in the ceiling-to-floor windows.  The yard has mature pecan trees front and back., Home Exterior Design

    Mid-Century Era Ranc...

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  • Northwest Garden, Although we live in the "burbs" we have used our garden to help make our house stand out. It's just a simple garden with hopefully alot of color and texture. The soil started out as clay but after many years of amending and working it can grow just about anything., Landscaping Design

    Northwest Garden

    9 photos, 12,651 Views, Flag

  • Front yard, try this in the 100+++ heat of TX, Yards Design

    Front yard

    14 photos, 4,634 Views, Flag

  • ```Where I spend most of my life...LOL :-D Happy to do laundry in here!, This is the obvious..decorated it to my tastes since I do spend LOTS of time in here! Behind the door is a huge storage area under our staircase where I keep all my holiday goodies, and just when you walk in is my ironing board and iron...very convenient! Hope you like it , Other Spaces Design

    ```Where I spend most...

    5 photos, 2,626 Views, Flag

  • Cottage Chic , This is a 1940's 1600 sqft. cottage in the heart of Missoula, MT.  It's a classic design with natural landscaping to compliment the original architecture.  The black/white striped awning, European style shutters and window boxes are new additions and add to the chic cottage look.  , Home Exterior Design

    Cottage Chic

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