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Westover Landscape Design
"The circular seating area links a large side yard with the equally large front yard, giving both a raison d'etre. The rounded "carpet" of crushed stone has some nice detailing, including the block edging and the flagstone path that cuts through it. Not too casual; not too formal. Definitely inviting. The rounded area (complete with two charming turquoise Adirondack chairs and a small side table) serves the same purpose as a front porch, providing bonus seating to the two benches on the entry threshold of this traditional home. This side yard treatment is both attractive and neighbor friendly." Debra Prinzing More at www.WestoverLD.com
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2016 Houzz
More creations by Adirondack Artist Charles Atwood King! This barn workshop studio is used for carpentry as well as pottery & jewelery making. We reproduce his oil paintings as giclée canvas prints found at ArtGems.org.
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
A new random pattern, full range color bluestone carriage walk allows visitors to approach the home even if a car is parked in the drive. The existing drive was sawcut, and a tumbled limestone band was added to signal arrival for vehicles.
Great Neighborhood Homes
Photography by VHT
Arbor Hill Interiors
Brick walking path with a raised brick wall to divide the gardens
John Kraemer & Sons
A recent John Kraemer & Sons renovation in the Linden Hills neighborhood of Minneapolis, MN. Photography: Scott Amundson
Schrader & Companies
An abundance of living space is only part of the appeal of this traditional French county home. Strong architectural elements and a lavish interior design, including cathedral-arched beamed ceilings, hand-scraped and French bleed-edged walnut floors, faux finished ceilings, and custom tile inlays add to the home's charm. This home features heated floors in the basement, a mirrored flat screen television in the kitchen/family room, an expansive master closet, and a large laundry/crafts room with Romeo & Juliet balcony to the front yard. The gourmet kitchen features a custom range hood in limestone, inspired by Romanesque architecture, a custom panel French armoire refrigerator, and a 12 foot antiqued granite island. Every child needs his or her personal space, offered via a large secret kids room and a hidden passageway between the kids' bedrooms. A 1,000 square foot concrete sport court under the garage creates a fun environment for staying active year-round. The fun continues in the sunken media area featuring a game room, 110-inch screen, and 14-foot granite bar. Story - Midwest Home Magazine Photos - Todd Buchanan Interior Designer - Anita Sullivan Landscaping - Outdoor Excapes
Maine Coast Cottage Company is the architect, designer, creator and copyright owner of the designs and floor plans of this home. www.mainecoastcottage.com
In the heart of the 6th arrondissement in a handsome 18th century building, a cramped two-bedroom apartment became a luxurious loft. It boasts high ceilings and large windows overlooking the charming rue Christine. The integrated dressing room and bedroom have been thoughtfully designed; the bathroom and kitchen are sleek and chic. The overall feeling of the apartment is seductive and inviting.