415 American Home Design Photos
Tim Cuppett Architects
Screened porch is 14'x20'. photos by Ryann Ford
Architect: Brett Ettinger Photo Credit: Jim Bartsch Photography Award Winner: Master Design Award
JML Interior Design
The sunroom was one long room, and very difficult to have conversations in. We divided the room into two zones, one for converstaion and one for privacy, reading and just enjoying the atmosphere. We also added two tub chairs that swivel so to allow the family to engage in a conversation in either zone.
ADA - arata hatanaka design atelier
Extra large wood burning fireplace with stone surfaced chimney compliments the dramatic living space emphasized by heavy use of timber frame and over 20ft of high ceiling. *illustrated images are from participated project while working with: Openspace Architecture Inc.
Ann McCulloch Shop & Studio
Photo by David Hiser
The Lake Forest Park Renovation is a top-to-bottom renovation of a 50's Northwest Contemporary house located 25 miles north of Seattle. Photo: Benjamin Benschneider
Fully renovated 1969 ranch. New exterior color scheme, and custom designed and built front door made from Mahogany and Maple. All photography by: www.davidlauerphotography.com
The living room has views in all directions and is surrounded by a covered porch. A wooden canoe helps create interest in the space. Roger Wade photo.
Mark Hickman Homes
Entrance to the Great Room.
Fine Interiors By Susan Inc.
Inverted Pleat Drapery Panels & Fabric By Fine Interiors By Susan Inc., Design By Timothy Johnson Design, Photography By Emma McIntryre
Won 2013 AIANC Design Award
Old Hampshire Designs Inc
Built by Old Hampshire Designs, Inc. John W. Hession, Photographer
Giulietti Schouten Weber Architects
Tanamera Construction / TC Homes
Modern Living LA
Within Studio LLC
This is a custom home that was designed and built by a super Tucson team. We remember walking on the dirt lot thinking of what would one day grow from the Tucson desert. We could not have been happier with the result. This home has a Southwest feel with a masculine transitional look. We used many regional materials and our custom millwork was mesquite. The home is warm, inviting, and relaxing. The interior furnishings are understated so as to not take away from the breathtaking desert views. The floors are stained and scored concrete and walls are a mixture of plaster and masonry. Southwest inspired kitchen with custom cabinets and clean lines. Christopher Bowden Photography http://christopherbowdenphotography.com/
James Ray Spahn Photography