152 American Home Design Photos
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
An inviting entry
Period Architecture Ltd.
Southern Style courtyard made with reclaimed brick
Michael Callan Landscape Architect
photo credit: TJ Sugnet, Soonyay Creative
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
For this Boston-area former hunting lodge, featured in Outside the Not So Big House by Julie Moir Messervy and Sarah Susanka, JMMDS created a landscape design that anchors the house in the site and complements its Tuscan-inspired architectural update. An antique openwork wrought-iron gate provides access from the driveway to the courtyard and breaks up the solidity of the stone walls, crafted by an italian stonemason. The winding, informally-planted brick path leads to the back door, in contrast to the formal front entry. Photo: Grey Crawford.
Bergeron Custom Homes, LLC
This spa area is screened in on the lower terrace with custom ironwork, custom stone mantle, gas lanterns, and a very interesting fiber optic lighting system in the rock that is dificult to see in this photot. Ashley Maness
Southeast Studios Inc.
Sweet Bottom Plantation - No. 13 The Battery This is one of two Charleston style homes that Greg Mix designed in the Sweet Bottom Plantation subdivision north of Atlanta in Duluth, Georgia. This red brick home is a reproduction of number 13 on The Battery, right on Charleston Bay. However in this case the plan has been flipped and laid out inside to suit the modern lifestyle. As you can see in the photos it contains a double spiral stairway. The three car garage is on the ground floor as well as the front entry, study, guest room and a pool bath which exist directly onto the pool area in the back yard. The main living areas are on the next level up or the first floor. This level includes the family room, living room, dining room, breakfast room and kitchen. The third level or second floor contains the master suite and two additional bedrooms. The current owners have furnished the house beautifully and built private Charleston style gardens to the side and rear.
Ornate but transparent iron gates give one a glimpse of the entry court fountain beyond, leading one to the front entry experience. Michaelwoodall.com
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Photographer: Tom Crane
Zaremba & Company
Photo by George Dzahristos
Santa Barbara lifestyle with this gated 5,200 square foot estate affords serenity and privacy while incorporating the finest materials and craftsmanship. Visually striking interiors are enhanced by a sparkling bay view and spectacular landscaping with heritage oaks, rose and dahlia gardens and a picturesque splash pool. Just two minutes to Marin’s finest schools.
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Brion Jeannette Architecture
Storybook-style architecture was created in Hollywood in the early 1900s and has materialized sporadically ever since throughout Southern California . This home has taken that theme to a level seldom seen. The sweeping lines of the shingle-pattern slate roof coupled with turrets, shuttered windows, and exterior stone, bring this storybook fantasy to life. Gracing the coastal bluff in Corona del Mar, this unique home has a chef-style kitchen with great room, private study, dedicated theater, recreation/exercise room, separate guest quarters, and all the luxurious finishes befitting a home of this stature. Easy access throughout the house is achieved by a 4-stop elevator. Dual parking garages, one on grade plus a subterranean garage, accommodate a multi-generational family’s needs Shorecliff Community Corona del Mar, CA Eric Figge Photography
Cornerstone Design Studio
The Syfan Residence
152 American Home Design Photos