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Barrel Vaulted Covered Timber-Framed Entry : The Cadence : 2018 Parade of Homes
Barrel Vaulted Covered Timber-Framed Entry : The Cadence : 2018 Parade of Homes
Cascade West Development
Paint Colors by Sherwin Williams Exterior Body Color : Dorian Gray SW 7017 Exterior Accent Color : Gauntlet Gray SW 7019 Exterior Trim Color : Accessible Beige SW 7036 Exterior Timber Stain : Weather Teak 75% Stone by Eldorado Stone Exterior Stone : Shadow Rock in Chesapeake Windows by Milgard Windows & Doors Product : StyleLine Series Windows Supplied by Troyco Garage Doors by Wayne Dalton Garage Door Lighting by Globe Lighting / Destination Lighting Exterior Siding by James Hardie Product : Hardiplank LAP Siding Exterior Shakes by Nichiha USA Roofing by Owens Corning Doors by Western Pacific Building Materials Deck by Westcoat
Crocus Hill Residence
Crocus Hill Residence
David Heide Design Studio
Architecture & Interior Design: David Heide Design Studio -- Photos: Susan Gilmore
Manhattan/New York City Living
Manhattan/New York City Living
Cabinet Artistry
Manhattan, New York City apartment living. Gorgeous frameless full overlay cabinetry in a craftsman style/arts & crafts. Quarter sawn oak, shaker doors with a rich, light stain. Granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances & glass tile back splashes
Fiberon Deck in Salisbury, North Carolina
Fiberon Deck in Salisbury, North Carolina
Fiberon Decking
Fiberon ProTect Advantage Composite Decking in Chestnut and Horizon Railing built in Salisbury, North Carolina by Deckscapes (Pineville, North Carolina).
Craftsman Style Exterior front Entrance
Craftsman Style Exterior front Entrance
Brass Light Gallery
The dramatic front entrance complete with hanging Lancaster lantern pendant. Design Credit: Sandra Meyers Design Studio Photo Credit: Angie Seckinger

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Seattle Green Remodel: Greenlake House LIft
Seattle Green Remodel: Greenlake House LIft
Blue Sound Construction, Inc.
This Seattle remodel of a Greenlake house involved lifting the original Sears Roebuck home 12 feet in the air and building a new basement and 1st floor, remodeling much of the original third floor. The kitchen features an eat-in nook and cabinetry that makes the most of a small space. This home was featured in the Eco Guild's Green Building Slam, Eco Guild's sponsored remodel tour, and has received tremendous attention for its conservative, sustainable approach. Constructed by Blue Sound Construction, Inc, Designed by Make Design, photographed by Aaron Leitz Photography.
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