Georgian-Revival-Home

This ground-up Georgian Revival home is tucked away in a quiet, tree-shrouded Santa Monica canyon. Imaginative details such as hidden doors leading to secret rooms, stainless steel counter tops, push-button light switches, painted wood floors, and antique fittings were created in collaboration with interior designer Kristen Fanitch and Tim Barber Architecture and Interior Design.

An idyllic summer in Norway- Drømmehjem - Boligpluss.no

An idyllic summer in Norway- Drømmehjem – Boligpluss.no

G. P. Schafer Architect, PLLC

G. P. Schafer Architect, PLLC

At the entrance of Gentoftegade just north of Copenhagen is this house from the early 19th century. It stands out from the other houses on the road because of its tower. From the little balcony on the roof there is a fine view of lake Gentofte

 At the entrance of Gentoftegade just north of Copenhagen is this house from the early 19th century. It stands out from the other houses on the road because of its tower. From the little balcony on the roof there is a fine view of lake Gentofte.

Tine-K-Home

Tine K Home

Allison and Warren Kanders-Colonial Revival house in Greenwich, Connecticut,  Architectural Digest

Allison and Warren Kanders-

Colonial Revival house in Greenwich, Connecticut,  Architectural Digest

Home of architect G. P. Schafer

Home of architect G. P. Schafer

Images via Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles  Interior design Betty Burgess

Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles  Interior design Betty Burgess

Karyn Gordon and Brent Penner Lake Simcoe Home

Karyn Gordon and Brent Penner Lake Simcoe Home

2007 Ideas House built in North Carolina Featured in Coastal Homes Magazine

2007 Ideas House built in North Carolina Featured in Coastal Homes Magazine

Julie-Nightingale-Design

Julie Nightingale Design

John Knott and John Fondas

Designers John Knott and John Fondas transformed an old hotel in Maine by layering fabric and wallpaper to energize the many rooms. The result is a bold summer house with classic American style.

Boca Grande, Florida, home owned by interior designer Nancy Morton

This Boca Grande, Florida, home owned by interior designer Nancy Morton and her husband, Bill.  Nancy, president of Ginger Lily Interior Designs, and her husband inherited this four-bedroom villa and she has been lightening and brightening it ever since…….as she says, “it’s a bit of an obsession now” and the changes are ongoing. To read more about this home, go to Architectural Digest.

Shingle farmhouse was designed by Aquidneck Properties and Paul Burke Architects

Shingle farmhouse was designed by Aquidneck
Properties
and Paul Burke Architects

Laurel Hill – Interior Designer Cindy Rinfret’s House

Laurel Hill – Interior Designer Cindy Rinfret’s House

Whitten-Architects

Oceanfront Cottage, Southern Coast, Maine | Whitten Architects

BEDFORD-Martha-Stewart

BEDFORD Martha Stewart,  marthamoments.blogspot.com

Paul Robinson And Martha Stewart

Paul Robinson makes beautiful window boxes for Martha’s Home

www.themarthablog.com

Turkey Hill  Martha's First House - Martha Stewart

Turkey Hill : Martha’s First HouseMartha Stewart

Amu Realising She Lulu House

Amu Realising She Lulu House

Farm with a boxwood garden - Neumann Lewis Buchanan

Farm with a boxwood garden – Neumann Lewis Buchanan

Pergolas: P012 Pergola Plans

Pergolas: P012 Pergola Plans

Grand entrance to a new Colonial in MA. Classic Colonial Homes

Grand entrance to a new Colonial in MA. Classic Colonial Homes

Cooper-Johnson-Smith-Architects-in-Pensacola-FL.

Cooper Johnson Smith Architects  in Pensacola, FL.

Design by Portland Architect Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc

Design by Portland Architect Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc

Design by Portland Architect Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc

Design by Portland Architect Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc

The House of the Seven Gables in Salem, which inspired the book by Nathaniel Hawthorne.

The House of the Seven Gables in Salem

Black-Exterior-Painted-Ideas

Quaint Shingled Cottage- Natural materials blend a cottage’s exterior with its surroundings.
This charming cottage sits amongst the trees as if it were part of the forest. The owners brought in natural granite to emulate the native landscape, covered the exterior in dark-stained cedar shingles and stone, and opted for a gambrel roof that allows for a semi second storey without towering above the trees. Found on houseandhome.com

Sonoma-House

Sonoma House- Thomas J. Story for Sunset Magazine

“Along with the outdoor dining space, the front yard is home to a dozen chickens, raised vegetable beds, and an in-ground pool (welcome during Sonoma’s hot summer afternoons) as well as a fountain. Three large raised beds overflow with produce almost year-round. In midwinter, the harvest includes mustard, kale, cabbage, onions, and strawberries.”

Ferguson & Shamamian Architects of New York City

Ferguson & Shamamian Architects of New York City designed this 4,500-sq.ft., four-bedroom house in the town of Chilmark on Martha’s Vineyard. Designed in the Shingle Style, with Greek Revival elements, it consists of five pieces – a central block, a one-story wing off to the right, another hyphen that connects to an appendage perpendicular to the house, and a projecting stone porch. All photos: Scott Frances  See more at Period Homes.com

Curtis & Windham Architects 1

Curtis & Windham Architects

Curtis & Windham Architects 2

Curtis & Windham Architects

Adams-Lane-residence-by-Country-Club-Homes.

Adams Lane residence by Country Club Homes.

Addition to an historic home by Morgante Wilson Architects

Addition to an historic home by Morgante Wilson Architects

Maria Buatta Designs Hilary and Wilbur Ross's Homes

Maria Buatta Designs Hilary and Wilbur Ross’s Homes

Trident Castle Featured In Lonny Aug 2013 Issue

Trident Castle Featured In Lonny Aug 2013 Issue