15 Top Raised Ranch Interior Design Ideas to Steal
Even if you are living in the busiest town on Earth, you can still add a touch of country to your modern home. You can do so by adopting a ranch-style interior. Mostly, ranch interior, raised ranch in
Buckner Terrace Beauty is a Must-See | CandysDirt.com
Our Tuesday Two Hundred is located in East Dallas hidden gem neighborhood Bucker Terrace and is a stellar renovation that's on-trend and chic.
Maple Leaves & Sycamore Trees
This is what our house has looked like up until recent days. Remember when I painted the front door magenta? That was way back in April! After that, Mitch bumped out around the door and attached the faux side-lights and things kinda came to a grinding hault. I suppose that's what happens when you work on/complete projects as you save up the money for them. It's been our dream to replace our siding, but we didn't think it was a possibility any time soon. Well we ended up having enough saved…
Colorado Equestrian Ranch
This 40-acre property in Granby, Colo., features a nearly 6,000-square-foot house designed in the style of a log cabin, as well as a barn where the owners raise Arabian horses and quarter horses. --Sushil Cheema
Vintage House Plans: A-Frame and Nantucket Whaler
These are beautiful vintage house plans that are efficient, spacious and full of memories!! Vintage house plans! Click on the photos to enlarge. The house plans are from Popular Homes and Plans 197…
San Ysidro Ranch - Visit Santa Barbara
Nestled in the Montecito foothills of Southern California’s wine country, San Ysidro Ranch has provided a tranquil vacation destination for discriminating travelers for over a century. Guests are drawn to the Santa Barbara hideaway for its blend of natural beauty, romantic heritage and classic luxury. Myth and history mingle in the lush garden where Vivien Leigh and Sir Laurence Olivier...
It's Palm Springs Modernism Week!
Although this house is actually in Rancho Mirage... close enough. No idea who designed this, but it's on Palm View Road, next to Tamarisk Country Club (where Sinatra used to live, when he moved out of the house E. Stewart Williams built for him).