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882 American Home Design Photos

Carriage House
Carriage House
SR Fine Home Builders
Architect: Mary Brewster, Brewster Thornton Group
French Country
French Country
RESIDENTIAL DESIGN STUDIO
French country inspired back yard living spaces.
Lake Cherokee Custom Home
Lake Cherokee Custom Home
Alair Homes Clemson
Classic meets modern in this custom lake home. High vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows give the main living space a bright and open atmosphere. Rustic finishes and wood contrasts well with the more modern, neutral color palette.
Medina Luxury Home
Medina Luxury Home
Schrader & Companies
The Victoria era ended more then 100 years ago, but it's design influences-deep, rich colors, wallpaper with bold patterns and velvety textures, and high-quality, detailed millwork-can still be found in the modern-day homes, such as this 7,500-square-foot beauty in Medina. The home's entrance is fit for a king and queen. A dramatic two-story foyer opens up to 10-foot ceilings, graced by a curved staircase, a sun-filled living room that takes advantage of the views of the three-acre property, and a music room, featuring the homeowners' baby grand piano. "Each unique room has a sense of separation, yet there's an open floor plan", explains Andy Schrader, president of Schrader & Companies, the builder behind this masterpiece. The home features four bedrooms and five baths, including a stunning master suite with and expansive walk-in master shower-complete with exterior and interior windows and a rain showerhead suspended from the ceiling. Other luxury amenities include main- and upper level laundries, four garage stalls, an indoor sport court, a workroom for the wife (with French doors accessing a personal patio), and a vestibule opening to the husband's office, complete with ship portal. The nucleus of this home is the kitchen, with a wall of windows overlooking a private pond, a cathedral vaulted ceiling, and a unique Romeo-and-Juliet balcony, a trademark feature of the builder. Story courtesy or Midwest Home Magazine-August 2012 Written by Christina Sarinske Photographs courtesy of Scott Jacobson