Thursday, August 2, 2012

Custom Houses: Conglomeration: Variations on a Classic

Ok, its not my house (I would never cut wall posts for any reason) but its a cool unique picture, so there you go. 

Addition of 2 extra wings with center patio triangles, not my favorite configuration. 

My best attempt at a garage, not really convincing, but I'll figure it out. I am officially a hoarder as I wanted to put the yellow '79 vette in the driveway and couldn't get to it because there was so much stuff in the way. lol. 

As Southfork ranch. Yee haw! 

With garage converted into additional living space. Okay, it does look like Snoopy's dog house. 

Cottage with Dream House doors and lanterns. 

Dream House with cottage doors and lanterns. 

Different angle. 

As southern mansion with greek revival columns and amber coach lamps. 

Modern porch area. Inspired by Delia's renovation on the house in Beetlejuice. 

My favorite shot of the new front of the house. Think I am going to have to keep it this way for awhile. ;) 

Lots of natural light and open concept floorplan. 

Cottage as pool house. 

Rear of newly remodeled Dream House with new southern wing and reconfiged ppol/patio area.  It turns out Shaggy and Velma ended up together after all. Fred and Daphne let them have full custody of Scooby as they were more into each other than taking care of a dog. ha ha
There's always a party crasher...

Please submit to me your photos of reconfigured homes. This was the best feature of this house so lets get creative. =-)





1978 Mattel A Frame Barbie Dream Doll House Red roof yellow floors mod groovy 1970s 1980s custom OOAK 

2 comments:

  1. OH MY WORD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I absolutely love your re-design a la Shaggy and Scooby. That is really neat! You inspired me earlier this year and now, 2 sets later - 1 pink and 1 yellow, I will be starting my renovation (yellow) and redesign (the pink one) soon enough!

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  2. Thank You!! I try very hard to keep it interesting and new. I am amazed myself that I have been able to do over 100 posts. I still need photo submissions to make some new custom posts. =-) thanks for following the blog!

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