https://perspective.sunbrella.com/locations/new-england/ - In the first episode of The Beach House, the Hall family enlists Rhode Island-based interior designer, Kate Jackson of Kate Jackson Design, to breathe new life into the beach house design and take it from faded to fabulous. Armed with fade and stain resistant fabrics from Sunbrella, she will outfit the home with new furniture, fabrics and accessories that are not only functional and kid-friendly, but also stylish and comfortable. Follow along in episode two as Kate searches for new sofas and swivel chairs for the living room, hangs sheer Sunbrella window treatments to soften the sunlight without obstructing the ocean view, sources art and accessories from her favorite antique store and reveals the new, coastal chic, living room design. The Beach House video series is part of Perspective New England, a design journey exploring the versatility of Sunbrella fabrics for every aspect of your life—at home, on the water or on an adventure. Also check out The Rhode Yacht, a 1977 Airstream Argosy transformed by Sunbrella, and The Real Yacht, a Morris Yachts daysailer brought to life with Sunbrella. Follow the entire project on Twitter and Instagram @Sunbrella and #PerspectiveNE.
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Read the full article at: http://trendsideas.com/#/search/43295 The New England Colonial architectural style remains a popular choice for families – it’s a symbol of the past that conjures up feelings of warmth and familiarity. Architect Jan Gleysteen discusses key features of the genre and how it is still well suited to modern living. New England Colonial architecture is an enduring style that’s just as appropriate for family living today as it was back in its heyday in the 1930s and ’40s. Architect Jan Gleysteen says there’s a good reason for this – such houses are not only imbued with traditional character and charm, but are also a symbol of the past. As such they conjure up feelings of warmth and familiarity. “There is a scaling to these houses that ensures they seem to wrap protectively around the family,” Gleysteen says. “This concept of scaling is readily evident in this property – mature beech trees frame the house beautifully, make it seem as though it has always been there.” The architect says the house replaces a 1980s modern house that was built on a 45° angle to the street. “Most of the houses in the small town have a New England Colonial character and are built parallel to the street. The original house on this block had no curb appeal, so that was a key consideration in the planning of the new house. We placed it parallel to the street, on a slight rise, with a U-shaped driveway providing a double entry.” The traditional formality of the front elevation is also typical of the style. Gleysteen ensured the main volume has a strong symmetry – to the extent that one of the two chimneys that anchor the sides of the house is purely for aesthetic purposes. Other features of the New England Colonial style include the fieldstone siding, which is framed by prominent corner pilasters with recessed panels. The house also has black-forest green paneled shutters with exposed hardware, antique lanterns, and Georgian-style columns and dentil mouldings below the roof eaves. “Unlike the rear, there are no dormer windows on the front elevation, which gives the house a simpler, cleaner look from the street,” the architect says. The recessed front entry opens to a hall with a relatively low 9ft 4in ceiling. “An intimacy of scale was a specific request by the owners – they didn’t want an ostentatious double-height entry hall.” Video: http://trendsideas.com/#/search/45691
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http://www.ValMunoz.com - Time is a precious commodity and here is a unique opportunity to live year round mere minutes off route 93, on a scenic 375 acre recreational lake, in Windham N.H. Centrally located in town to allow for an easy commute down I-93 - just 35 mins. to Boston or down Route 3, just 40 mins to Burlington MA. Sometimes everything just comes together perfectly. A wonderful mix of setting, style and amenities combine to form this ideal residence on Canobie lake. This stonefront cape seamlessly blends the indoors with the outdoors, filing each room with light and views to feed the soul and fuel the imagination. The thoughtful and open layout with a desirable 1st floor master suite also features a second level bonus room, a guest suite with a bath, office and additional bedroom. The lower Level has another very private suite, which could be an au pair suite or in-law, large media room and additional playroom with full walk-out to lovely stone rock garden and the lake beyond. Just leave the office and head for your boat dock on a weeknight! Take in the fresh lake breeze and watch the birds over breakfast. Entertain friends and family on the 28 foot wide deck, the bright all season sun room or the green lawn. Enjoy seasonal fireworks from your own patio. Wave to the fishermen and the weekend boaters - friendly smiles are the norm here. Observe as the seasons produce a fresh new scene each day at your personal retreat located in one of the most desirable states and towns to live in - in the country! Full Screen Photo Gallery: http://www.NashuaVideoTours.com/2014/42Woodvue/branded.html Real estate video tours and photography by http://www.NashuaVideoTours.com
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Enjoy residential bliss and enviable luxuriousness in this exquisite compound style estate on 5.6 acres of completely private, exceptionally landscaped and irrigated grounds in highly desirable Bedford, New Hampshire. Upon arrival, one is instantly awed by the magnificent hand built walls constructed of massive native New Hampshire granite slabs. The double gated entrances open with a warm invitation to one of the most spectacular and unique properties in New Hampshire and New England. A tranquil refuge in the city, yet just minutes from the freeway and only 7 minutes from the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and not on any runway flight path. The estate was built in 1987 sparing no expense for an estimated $5M using only the finest materials and craftsmanship from local and European Artisans. An additional 1 million was spent in 1988 by it’s second owner. This compound consists of a Main House, a Guest House, and 2 detached garage buildings complete with a car wash and parking for over 11 vehicles. There is also a 1 bedroom efficiency apartment over one of the garages. Lounging and entertaining doesn’t get much better than the crown jewel of the home - the expansive outdoor courtyard area featuring a 27000 gallon saltwater Gunite pool, saltwater hot tub, outdoor grilling kitchen and a custom fire pit with seating for at least 8 people, connected by numerous decks and bluestone and brick patios for your enjoyment. Mature landscaping and custom built rock walls from native New Hampshire granite surround the entire perimeter of the private courtyard - the perfect spot to entertain or seek serenity and relaxation from the outside world. Several speakers are integrated into the landscape. Today, the main house consists of approximately 8400 sq ft with over 5200 sq feet finished. The home’s custom contemporary design gives you a feel of openness and brightness through the use of high ceilings and oversize windows throughout. The building is steel frame construction with 10 foot ceilings covered with Alba white oak, multiple marble/granite fireplaces, mahogany trim with elm-burl inserts, the Zelluck custom mahogany windows and European custom doors. The sunken media room features an integrated 60” television. The large, black, gas burning marble fireplace is the centerpiece of the family room. The newly renovated kitchen comes complete with commercial grade appliances, and is just steps to the outdoor grilling kitchen in the courtyard for indoor and outdoor entertaining in the summer months. A Mexican style corner fireplace and greenhouse style windows accent the breakfast area. The 2nd level was originally the Master Bedroom suite with twin private baths and a home office, but the current owners opted to modify the floor plan to include a 2nd bedroom for parents. There's a private elevator from his master bathroom down to his personal 1st level office, featuring beautiful inlaid hardwood flooring and details that must be seen to be truly appreciated. Take the spiral staircase to a 2000+ bottle wine cellar designed in a European manner with a tasting room along with a cedar closet and a walk in, bank style vault. The Guest House is a fully functional, 2900 square foot, 4 bedroom, 2 3/4 bath home with a custom kitchen and multipurpose media and billiard room overlooking the pool courtyard. The lower level features two changing rooms with separate doors to the outside pool area. This uniqueness of this home is only limited by the imagination of the next owner. The Guest house could easily serve as the Main House for the younger family while extended family enjoys the 1 or 2 bedroom layout of the Main House. Consider the benefits of being able to offer temporary lush private Housing to business consultants on short term assignments, or temporary housing for professional new hires transferring in to your company. This could provide a stress free, seamless transition for their whole family while they secure their own permanent housing. Bedford is only an hours drive north to the Lakes Region, South to Boston, or east to the Seacoast, making it the perfect hub. Secure permits to allow a heliport in one of several areas suitable for personal helicopter use. Use the efficiency apartment over the garage for the grounds keeper, mechanic for the car collection or au pair suite. With garage storage for over 11 automobiles, for the car restorer and collector there's 400 amp, 3 phase service on the property. Live the life of distinction in this breathtaking, one of a kind compound. You owe it to yourself to take a look to see how this home can work for you. Full Screen Photo Gallery: http://www.NashuaVideoTours.com/2016/189MeetinghouseRoad/branded.html Real estate video tours and photography by http://www.NashuaVideoTours.com
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Architecture is really an eloquent expression of who we are. It depicts our history. It's as important as the stories we tell. Cape Cod is recognized for a lot of things. We have our beaches and pristine natural settings. But, what is really under recognized is our architecture. Cape Cod has a very rich vernacular heritage. An array of how home styles.. very different home styles.. built during various eras. In 1800, the President of Yale University Timothy Dwight vacationed on the Cape and he came upon these small houses and he deemed them a style unto their own. He called them Cape Cod style houses. They were small one and a half story houses. Very simple with low ceilings and little ornamentation. People who lived there were not interested in impressing their neighbors. They were basic structures meant for sleeping and eating and not much else. Toward the end of the 18th century, Cape Cod harbors were bustling and as the community came upon the whaling era, Captains who went out to sea became very wealthy. And the architecture changed then. And as they built homes that were testaments to their prosperity. You see Georgian, Greek Revival, and even a wonderful example of a French Empire style home. These were much larger houses. More sophisticated and elaborate with wonderful details and the finest of furnishings. People really started to grasp the concept of decorating their homes. By about the 1880s, train travel made Cape Cod accessible for people from Boston and New York. And wealthy people started to flock to the area as a summer destination. They built homes in the style of English Country Manors and Queen Anne that were really quite lavish summer palaces. They were designed for entertaining and hosting over night guests. The level of craftsmanship that went into these homes was really amazing. You see large scale spaces. Most of which were intended for entertaining. You see intricate carvings on fireplace mantles... fireplace surrounds. You also see imported tile and wide open staircases. After World War II, important European architects... Marcel Breuer and Walter Gropius settled in Boston. They and a bunch of their accolades came to the Cape in the summer and used it as a laboratory for experimentation. They built very humble modest structures with wide expanses of glass and decks that went all around the house. So they could essentially live in nature. It was a time of experimenting with new materials. Certainly lots different types of wood but also concrete and Homasote which was the first material made of recycled consumer waste. People come to the Cape to go to the beach to fish to boat to play golf. Another thing to add to that list is to take an architectural tour..
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Who doesn't love a cheap house? Join Elizabeth from CIRCA Old Houses as she explores 7 gorgeous historical New England homes for sale that are under $100,000 AND move-in ready!** CIRCA Old Houses is where old house lovers come to find the most beautiful historical homes for sale across the country. http://www.circaoldhouses.com Homes featured in this video: 100 South Street, Vernon, CT http://circaoldhouses.com/property/1795-connecticut-farmhouse/ 17 Franklin Street, Bucksport, ME http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/17-Franklin-St-Bucksport-ME-04416/2105950595_zpid/ 133 Pond Road, Abbot, ME http://circaoldhouses.com/property/historic-little-red-schoolhouse/ 54 Fiske Street, Waterbury, CT http://circaoldhouses.com/property/charming-waterbury-victorian/ 179 Granger Street, Rutland, VT http://www.sothebysrealty.com/eng/sales/detail/180-l-4389-39ww7c/enduring-elegance-rutland-vt-05701 27 Pleasantdale Avenue, Waterville, ME http://www.century21.com/property/27-pleasantdale-ave-waterville-me-04901-C2123958899 253 North Street, Calais, ME http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/253-North-St-Calais-ME-04619/121780808_zpid/ (CORRECTION: Built in 1850, not 1950 as stated in the video!) **DISCLAIMER: All listings claim that these homes are in move-in ready condition. CIRCA takes no responsibility for false claims advertised by each independent real estate agent. We leave it to the viewer to verify the information!
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http://www.houzztv.com Kristin Nicholas and Mark Duprey’s 1751 home was a blank canvas, painted in simple whites and pastels, but Nicholas has spent the past 14 years layering on brushstrokes in vivid colors. A working artist known for her knit, crochet and stitchery designs, Nicholas has made their home a true reflection of her talent and spirit. “There isn’t a room left that’s how we found it,” she says. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/4018714/list/my-houzz-an-antique-cape-cod-house-explodes-with-color
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Beautiful architectural style; English country style. Charming homes. » Subscribe to Grig Stamate: http://bit.ly/toGrigStamate Music: "Fiddles McGinty" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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7 SCHOOLHOUSE ROAD, Granby - Connecticut The family who designed and built this reproduction 18th century Federal Colonial, had the vision of a creating a sea captain's house . Kitchen: Custom maple cabinetry (made in Canada) painted ochre with "antique" stain finish; paneled cabinets are recessed with dentil molding trim; colonial gold granite countertops; furniture-style pieces: maple baking station with contrasting stain and keystone molding and free-standing maple island with stained and sealed wood top, antique pewter hardware on cabinetry; Shaw's fireclay "farm" sink with bridge faucet; all stainless appliances: Jenn-Air refrigerator, G.E. Profile electric cook-top and oven, Bosch dishwasher and built-in Maytag microwave( hidden by cabinetry); built-in Butler's Pantry with fluted columns, glass shelving and interior lighting; fireplace by kitchen eating area with granite, old brick and a paneled wall; built-in Parson's Cupboard over the Rumford fireplace; Holtkoetter delft chandelier with dimmer;18th century style brass rim lock; recessed lighting and under-cabinet lighting. Dining Room: Millwork: formal wainscoting, dentil molding, ceiling medallion and pediments over doorways; Shonbeck "Early American" crystal chandelier and two coordinating crystal sconces. Foyer: Formal wainscoting, decorative stair brackets, 18th century style "smoke bell lantern"; Chinoiserie wallpaper with coordinating pattern in upstairs foyer; stairwell with fluted balusters and turned banister; wainscoting continues up the stairs and in upstairs foyer; upstairs foyer has exposed brick wall and Williamsburg brass sconces. Living Room/Library: Millwork: formal wainscoting, dentil molding, doorway pediments; built-in computer desk and cabinet with fluted column and dentil trimwork (styled after an 18th century cabinet in order to house and attractively hide modern computer equipment). Upper cabinet has contrasting interior paint, glass shelving and an interior light; lower cabinet has shelving for computer equipment, both with antique brass hardware. Family Room/ Keeping Room: Rumford fireplace with granite and old brick, with a full paneled wall, fluted mantle and brass sconces; fluted column trim over entrance to kitchen; French pocket door entrance to library/living room; outlet for art light; box-bay window with view to patio/backyard area. El/ Back Foyer: Moldings are continued, as well as a chair rail; French door access to back patio and side courtyard entrance; tile flooring with "slate" appearance; antique brass "onion bulb" light fixture. Half Bath: Moldings continue in bathroom; Waverly toile wallpaper; pedestal sink; brass faucet, brass sconces and fixtures; tile flooring continued; all Kohler toilets throughout house. Laundry Room: Moldings and tile floors are continued; as well as built-in paneled cabinetry with antique reproduction brass hardware; Cabinets with beadboard interior and shelving and additional wall shelving built in above window trimwork. Bonus Room: Built-in cabinetry for storage; berber carpet and runner, recessed lighting, cable and phone ready; separate zone for HVAC. Access to cupola over garage. Master Suite: Master bedroom has a pocket door to an adjoining sitting room with a fireplace;(Rumford fireplace was built using old brick and colonial style trimwork on the mantle); all Williamsburg style lighting. Master bath: antique Queen Anne style double vanity (mahogany) with coordinating paneled tub surround; Herbeau vessel sinks and Rohl wall- mounted faucets in polished nickel with crystal handles( towel bar and paper holder have coordinating nickel/crystal fixtures); privacy door for toilet; storage closet for linens/ toiletries; tiled shower and floors. Walk-in closet with fluorescent lighting. Remainder of Upstairs: Bedrooms, closets and a second full bath. Hardwood floors continue throughout. Second floor has separate zone for HVAC; central vac is roughed-in on both floors. Linen/storage closet in hallway. Full bath has porcelain console sink with two-tone Belle Foret faucet and an additional large linen closet. Stairwell to the third floor (walk-up attic w/1120 square feet) has been finished. Plumbing and electric are roughed-in on third floor, which has space for two future additional bedrooms and full bath, or a Master Suite with nice views to the West. Basement: Finished stairs; dry; second stairwell access to the garage; 1341 square feet available for finishing/storage Note: All hardwood floors throughout the house are wide-board pine (stained) in alternating widths with period wrought iron nails. All paint colors, interior and exterior, are taken from historic color palettes.
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Remarkable 18th Century Georgian-style Farmhouse on 7.62 acres. Authentically renovated in period setting with period hardware and pine board flooring throughout. In excellent condition and move-in ready, this home has 5 fireplaces, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 spacious bathrooms, nearly new heating system (2010-propane), 17-year-new roof, high-end stainless steel kitchen appliances and insulated windows with interior storm sash. For the person who appreciates historic housing, this charming home is all done with an eye toward the original detail yet comfortable and warm in temperature and ambiance!!
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As seen on New England Dream House, Gregory Lombardi Design Landscape Architecture is one of several design firms recognized for excellence in their contribution to the redesign of a home and landscape in Weston, Massachusetts.
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https://perspective.sunbrella.com/locations/new-england/ - On Episode 7 of The Beach House, Greg and Stacie Hall see the finished space for the first time. Interior designer Kate Jackson breathed new life into the beach house through her unique style, Sunbrella fabric choices and careful consideration of the family’s needs. Durable and fade resistant Sunbrella fabrics in a nautical color palette of white, navy blue and light blue with orange accents flows effortlessly from indoors to out, and new, outdoor furniture is arranged to encourage conversation and maximize the vista from three distinct areas of the deck. Sunbrella sheer draperies frame the beach house windows to soften the space and diffuse the sunlight. Retractable awnings on the exterior of the dining room blend perfectly into the beach house’s cedar shake siding while offering relief from the glare of the morning sun reflecting off the water. The converted third floor bonus room now features kid friendly Sunbrella fabrics in a neutral base of white fabrics with ocean-inspired blues and greens with pops of feminine hot pink. The Beach House video series is part of Perspective New England, a design journey exploring the versatility of Sunbrella fabrics for every aspect of your life—at home, on the water or on an adventure. Also check out The Rhode Yacht, a 1977 Airstream Argosy transformed by Sunbrella, and The Real Yacht, a Morris Yachts daysailer brought to life with Sunbrella. Follow the entire project on Twitter and Instagram @Sunbrella and #PerspectiveNE.
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Learn more about the Ultimate Beach House: http://www.coastalliving.com/homes/idea-houses/east-beach-tour-information-00414000071779/ Interior Designer Phoebe Howard takes you on an overview tour of the East Beach house in Norfolk, Virginia for the latest coastal design ideas and style tips.
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Custom Home built by Columbia Contracting Corp. Hear from the homeowner and builders as their dream home in New England is complete.
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With two days in a row of super dreary, sunless weather we're clamoring for sunny days to sweep these clouds away, all the while daydreaming of places to where the air is sweet ... so what better beer to throw down than a big bird level lookin', summer in a glass havin', hazy double bringin' IPA than Tree House Brewing's Julius! __________________________________ DETAILS: Beer: Julius Brewery: Tree House Style: IPA Age: 2015 ABV: 6.80% IBU: ?? __________________________________ RATINGS: New System: No ratings, just an open discussion about how the beer moves me . Old System: Rating 1/100: Value 1/10: Availability 1/10: __________________________________ CONTACT: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/massivebeers Twitter: http://twitter.com/massivebeers Instagram: http://instagram.com/massivebeers Untappd: https://untappd.com/user/massivebeers E-mail.com: [email protected]
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Tour 5 new estate homes, interior design by Jana Design Interiors, from the ground up! (Staged to sell)
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Blogpost: http://www.godownsize.com/3855-2/ We had a tour in a custom build tiny house, made by Adam from A New Beginning Tiny Homes. The blue color on the inside matches the outside, and Adam put in stained glass windows, which casts in a lot of colors when the sun shines through - so beautiful! The house is modeled after a 1920 craftsman bungalow. There is a lot of storage, and tons of custom made things that make this house unique, including a removable bathtub! More info: https://www.facebook.com/anewbeginningtinyhomes/ Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1WCeBAH Our website http://www.godownsize.com/ Camera gear used to film these videos: Camera Sony: http://amzn.to/1HBjEaF Boom mic: http://amzn.to/1HBjKzf Iphone 6se: http://amzn.to/1HBjTm5 GoPro Hero: http://amzn.to/1LoUJrB Macbook Pro: http://amzn.to/1SstJgm Light weight items we use for traveling: Baby chair: http://amzn.to/2lSLg52 Bugaboo Stroller: http://amzn.to/2meIwAC sun canopy: http://amzn.to/2mhPYg1 Travel bed/tent: http://amzn.to/2lSWNB9 Bath tub: http://amzn.to/2nas8k9 Suitcase: http://amzn.to/2mSv4FY Music credits: Second Nature - by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Nighttime stroll - Music used with permission from: http://soundcloud.com/artificial-music https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Understated and sleek, New England décor has stately charm that draws you in with warmth and offers endless elegant décor possibilities. With hallmark colonial pieces like spindle chairs and polished wood furniture, New England mixes rough hewn early American elements with the clean lines of traditional décor. Learn how to achieve this heritage look in three easy steps. Subscribe to Our Overstock Channel on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2dSFnRR Like Overstock on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2dkPKhn Follow Overstock on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/2dQH5DP Follow Overstock on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2dFYkZv Follow Overstock on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2dZQWvh
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http://www.newenglandhomesohio.com We are custom home builders who take the house you've always dreamed of and bring it to life. Specializing in a New England Style, we work with you throughout the entire new home construction process, so every detail is personalized from the very beginning. From finding a plot of land for sale to a full custom home, we have expertise to design and then build whatever you are looking for and then bring those dreams to fruition. Call to schedule an appointment with our local custom home builders today! New England Homes 5191 Columbus Pike, Lewis Center, OH 43035 (740) 657-8885 http://www.newenglandhomesohio.com
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Take an aerial tour of a Colonial style home located in the Community of Bishops Bay in Middleton, WI. This 3 bedroom, 3 ½ bath, traditional farmstead features a house and barn romantically tied together, classic architectural details, brick exterior with quoined corners and historically accurate trim. Highlights include a flow-through kitchen, dining room and great room, covered porch, claw-foot master bath tub, bonus room above the garage, and much more! The gourmet kitchen features inset cabinetry in a mixed color palette, a furniture style island and Sub-Zero & Wolf appliances. For more information, visit briodesignhomes.com.
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What New England home is complete without the finishing touch of local all natural, real stone? This beach town residence looks picture perfect with Stoneyard.com Boston Blend Square & Rectangular Thin Veneer. The natural mix of colors works harmoniously with the gray siding, white trim, and red shingled roof. The classic columned entrance adds a touch of elegance. A picturesque balcony sits proudly above a deck that is fit for entertaining. When covering the foundation, a great thing to consider is continuing the stone around a garage. Here, the deep color of the garage doors brings out the subtle reds in the Boston Blend. Finished with beautiful landscaping and lighting to match, and you have an amazing New England style home. visit www.stoneyard.com/951 for more photos and information about this project
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195 photos of New England's historic homes by color with a few recently built New England homes snuck in. This video is perfect to check out some New England antique home styles, paint colors perfect for an antique or historic home, and I also show a few stone, natural siding, and brick homes too! These photos are from 2015 and 2016 with many more to be loaded, so subscribe if you love old homes and want to see more. Don't forget to hit the like button too! http://www.newenglandfineliving.com http://www.instagram.com/newenglandfineliving
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