Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Project: Owl Creek Residence
Architects: Skylab Architecture
Location: Snowmass, Colorado, USA
Area: 4,200 sqft
Photographs by: Courtesy of Skylab Architecture

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Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture

Skylab Architecture of Portland has designed the spectacular 4,200 square feet Owl Creek Residence in Snowmass, Colorado. It has a very unusual, triangular floor plan which is made to respond to the constraints of the site on which the residence is built.
The strict constraints presented a challenge for the architects who, instead of allowing themselves to be limited by them, they used them as an advantage. The structure has been anchored into the surrounding environment and it opens up to create strong visual connections to the idyllic landscape.

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Anchored in a hillside with panoramic Snowmass Mountain views, the Owl Creek Residence was built as a shared family retreat. Site constraints were central in the design response, informing the spatial concept to triangulate to work with the existing sloping terrain.

The project vision was to create a collection of lodge-like communal spaces surrounded by naturally weathered and local materials providing an abundance of access to natural light, and minimizing visual separation from the outdoors. This all weather mountain retreat is about enhancing and recharging social relations and maximizing connections to the native environment. The shared residence was designed around the idea that a place can deepen the connections between people, families and the landscape they love.

Finishes and interior relationships were carefully crafted to draw the scenic landscape inward and extending the outdoor deck living experience. A central spiraling split-level arrangement allows for the living room, fireplace, bar and lounge to feel like intimate spaces with a communal energy. Terracing theater seating maximizes space within the stairwell working with the topography.

The strict height limitation and slope constraints of the site turned into an advantage by anchoring the structure into the landforms. The structure frames powerful views through two principal façades, maximizing the visual connection to the landscape at every angle. Strategic decisions in the frame and form allowed for efficiencies and functional benefits, including a triangular structural steel frame with car decking to minimize costs through prefabrication, and a roof slope to move water and snow downslope.

Compact and efficient private sleeping wings open up to expansive outdoor views at the lower level. Exterior spaces open interior activity to the outdoors including a triangular spa with an elevated deck and an expansive outdoor terrace right off of the kitchen. The Owl Creek residence provides a platform to gather in a shared living environment connected to their surroundings with purpose, deepening family connections.

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Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

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Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Project: Davis Residence
Architects: Miller Hull
Location: Bellingham, Washington, USA
Area: 1,400 sqft
Photographs by: Benjamin Benschneider

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull

The Davis Residence is a 1,400 square feet home located in a densely wooded area on a cliff with a stellar view of the San Juan Islands. It is actually located in Bellingham, Washington, USA where it tries its best to blend in with the natural environment that surrounds it.
Miller Hull has designed the Davis Residence with an abundant use of wood throughout the interior as well as the exterior, creating a warm ambiance and a strong connection to its surroundings.

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

This 1400 sq. ft main house and guest house/garage is located on a heavily wooded cliff site with views of the San Juan Islands of Washington State. The plan orients to major views south down the coast line and west out to the islands while being careful to stay outside of the drip line of the dominant Doug fir trees. Large overhangs protect glazing and provide shelter.

The concept marries a long gently sloping roof form containing the kitchen, entry and studio with a vertical tower containing the living room and master bedroom above.

The roof forms express their timber construction with exposed joist, 1×4 skip sheathing and plywood diaphragms. The high performance wood fir windows provide thermal breaks while being strong enough for the mullions to be of minimal dimension. Wood T&G paneling is stained in bold transparent colors.

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

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Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Project: Brook Bay Residence
Architects: SKL Architects
Location: Mercer Island, Washington, USA
Area: 4,400 sqft
Photographs by: Benjamin Benschneider

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Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects

The Brook Bay Residence that we’ve featured today is a contemporary 4,400 square feet dwelling designed by Rick Sundberg of SKL Architects. It is nestled into a hillside on Mercer Island, right across Lake Washington from Seattle.
Its L-shaped design achieves the owners’ desire for privacy from the neighboring houses. The entire design of the Brook Bay Residence emphasizes intimacy, craft, materiality and a strong connection to the outdoors.

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Nestled into a Mercer Island hillside, this intimate two-story residence emphasizes craft, materiality and the connection to the outdoors. A clear demarcation of public and private spaces is reflected both in the design and choice of materials, with the entertaining spaces clad, inside and out, in copper panels, blackened steel, and concrete, while the private master suite—with its exterior wood siding and interior wood floors, lower ceiling height and light-colored walls—exudes a more intimate feel. To make the most of the views toward Lake Washington and Seward Park, the upper floors were designed to contain the main sleeping and living areas, with the support spaces contained on the ground level below.

Rick Sundberg collaborated with local craftspeople to create some of the home’s compelling details, including the entry and interior doors, blackened steel staircase, glass and metal chandelier, interior copper panels, and a dining table of wood, steel and concrete.

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Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

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Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

Brook Bay Residence by SKL Architects on Mercer Island in Washington

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Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Project: Shore House
Architects: Leroy Street Studio
Location: North Haven, New York, USA
Area: 5,935 sqft
Photographs by: Scott Frances

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Shore House by Leroy Street Studio

The Shore House is a cedar-clad dwelling in North Haven in Suffolk County, New York designed by the US firm Leroy Street StudioThe main feature of this home’s design is its ability to provide stunning views of the Peconic River. It is built on a sloping site so part of it was excavated to make way for the ground level which is actually embedded into the slope, hidden from view. The second-floor volume is characterized by plenty of small windows that open up views to the waterside.

Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Located at the juncture where a forest opens onto the bay, the Shore House was designed to capture both the intimacy of the wooded site and the expansiveness of the open water. Upon approach, a cedar facade and planted roof obscure the house while the minimal fenestration curates glimpses of the ocean beyond. A cut in the earth offers entry to the house followed by a sequence of interior and exterior spaces that slowly open to sweeping views of the bay.

Designed for both large family events and as a private retreat, the water side of the house is wrapped in large glass panels that open to a covered outdoor courtyard. Here a large masonry hearth supports the upper volume and provides a focal point for a sunken seating area. Access to the floating bedrooms and sitting room is by a hidden stair.

The language of detailing is both expansive and intimate: exploring the junction between abstract modernism and handcrafted materiality. The monumental scale of the cantilevered mass and panoramic glazing are juxtaposed with the intimacy of the texture and warmth of charred cedar, brushed oak, blackened steel, troweled plaster, and hand-glazed tiles.

By taking on the roles of both the builder and interior designer, the architects were able to engage the design process from inception through fabrication and construction and were better positioned to integrate the nuances of the site and program into the final design.

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Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

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Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

Shore House by Leroy Street Studio in New York, USA

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Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Project: Tumble Creek Cabin
Architects: Coates Design Architects
Location: Cle Elum, Washington, USA
Area: 41,450 sq ft (site), 3,835 sq ft (building)
Photographs by: Lara Swimmer

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Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects

The Tumble Creek Cabin is a recent project by Coates Design Architects, a studio already featured on our site for their Dorsey Residence project, located in the small town of Cle Elum, about a 90-minute drive east of Seattle, Washington.
This contemporary cabin is surrounded by a lush natural environment and although it is designed with entertaining in mind, the Tumble Creek Cabin is a “net-zero” home as described by the architects. It is designed to have an ultimately low impact on the environment.

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

This vacation home designed to be “net-zero” lies in a historic mining area in Washington State’s Cascade Mountains. The climate is extremely cold and snowy in the winter months and scorching in the summer. Situated in a master-planned resort community, the house blends sustainable modern architecture with reclaimed rustic materials. Repeat clients Ed and Joanne Ellis first hired Coates Design Architects for their home and primary residence on Bainbridge Island—the first LEED Platinum residence in Washington. They worked again with Coates Design who brought the same modern and sustainable design sensibilities to this vacation home intended to be a legacy piece for their extended family.

The extreme weather conditions challenged the design team to create a comfortable environment without the use of traditional energy consumptive cooling and heating systems. The team sited the building to take advantage of passive solar strategies and created an abundance of sloped roof to support a 10 kWh PV Solar Panel array. This system is designed to provide all of the electricity required by the home and is engineered to include a Tesla Powerwall. The Powerwall will store extra electricity and will maintain functionality during power outages as well as a vehicle charging station for the owners’ electric cars.

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Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

An entry vestibule and mud room conserves energy and creates an elegant entry into the main living space. This self-contained room serves double duty as a special place to welcome visitors and an air lock to keep the outdoor elements contained. Wintertime’s chilly drafts and summer’s excessive heat are kept at bay with this simple solution. Dramatic cantilevered roof planes utilize passive solar strategies by barring the summer sun & heat yet inviting in the winter sunshine. These broad overhangs also create covered outdoor space, much coveted in this climate, and a sheltered entry experience.

Vaulted ceilings in the main living and dining area are supported by exposed steel and wood structural elements, and floor-to-ceiling windows look out on the landscape beyond. A large board formed concrete chimney commands attention as the focal point of the main living area. This solid mass, along with areas of concrete floor, serve also as a thermal heat sink to help maintain a stable and comfortable temperature inside. There are two primary bedroom suites and a bunk room in the main house to accommodate family members. A separate bunk house has space for recreation and an additional bedroom suite. The two-car garage features an electric vehicle charging station, a wine cellar, and plenty of storage.

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Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

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SUSTAINABLE FEATURES:

  • High-performance rain screen building envelope with continuous exterior insulation
  • Over insulated roof beyond required Washington State Energy code minimums
  • Radiant floor heating and Energy Recovery Ventilation System
  • 10 kWh PV Solar Panel array, engineered for Tesla Powerwall battery backup system
  • Use of rustic materials, including stone, Cor-ten steel, and reclaimed barn wood with modern detailing
  • Exposed steel and wood structure throughout the main spaces
  • Radiant Heat
  • Heating and ventilation system can be monitored and adjusted remotely
  • Massive board-formed concrete fireplace
  • LED lighting
  • Energy efficient aluminum-clad wood windows and doors
  • Electric car charging station

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Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects in Washington, USA

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Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos in Los Angeles, California

Project: Hollywood Hills Residence
Architects: Fran Silvestre Arquitectos
Location: Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA
Photographs by: Courtesy of Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

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Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

Fran Silvestre Arquitectosan architecture firm coming from Spain, have designed a stark white residence with an angular form in the hills of Hollywood in Los Angeles, California.
The Hollywood Hills Residence is a contemporary home located high up in the exclusive neighborhood in LA. The design of it is based on the client’s wishes to make the absolute most of the outstanding views that the site has access to.
As you can easily see in their Aluminum House design, the exterior, as well as the interior design of this house is typical for this studio’s portfolio. Check out all the details in the photos below, as well as in the architects’ description of their project.

Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos in Los Angeles, California

Placed on top of historic Hollywood Hills, the ones which draw Los Angeles profile where part of Case Study Houses program was built.

The project lays on the ground, adapting to its hard slope and conditions, carrying out a change of direction at house level in order to frame the horizon of the city till the ocean. John’s view, who will live the home, was determinant for its design.

A monolythic piece, hanging from topography and opened to the distant landscape was what he imagined for this place. The access of the plot is at top of Haslam Terrace. Home volume is two floors under street level, respecting the allowed heights.

In the access it is placed the garage and comunications hub that leads to a medium level as a terrace over the landscape that contains the pool.

That two levels, access and terrace, are materialized with a grey stone that mimics with surroundings and entangles the volume that contains the home built on white plaster.

The main floor turns to be able to observe city of Los Angeles, two profiles on “L” shape and arranged inverted configure the mechanism that solves the structure and allows that all stays from home seek the desired views.

n this way the home has an only window ninety-five feet in length, that looks at the city as if it was a device for catching the landscape, maybe as if it was a rear window. Source by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos.

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Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos in Los Angeles, California

Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos in Los Angeles, California

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Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos in Los Angeles, California

Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos in Los Angeles, California

Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos in Los Angeles, California

Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos in Los Angeles, California

Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos in Los Angeles, California

Hollywood Hills Residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos in Los Angeles, California

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15 Seductive Southwestern Entrance Designs That Will Drag You Inside

The entrance to your home is of very big importance when it comes to creating the first impression of everyone that has never before been inside. It can either make it or break it so you have to be very careful when it comes to its design. It needs to be a preview of what’s to be expected once you’ve stepped inside but more importantly, the entrance needs to drag you inside. Its design needs to make you want to go inside and that is not something that is achieved easily.
The southwestern entrance designs that you are going to have a chance to see below can help you out by inspiring you with ideas that you can use to make your entrance more appealing.

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Welcome to a new collection in which we are going to show you 15 Seductive Southwestern Entrance Designs That Will Drag You Inside. We are going to use this collection to transition from the interior parts of the southwestern home to the outdoor areas which we are going to cover in our upcoming collections. So far, this showcase has brought us a lot of designs from the interior areas such as the southwestern kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room, dining room, home office and hallway. Enjoy!

Cholla Residence

Bing Hu Desert Contemporary

Sombra Homes – Stone Canyon

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Santa Ynez Valley Ranch

Southwestern Entrance

Mirabel

The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain, Lot 121

Silverleaf Home 10

East Tucson 120

Southwestern Entryhall

Villa Retreat in The Boulders Resort Community

Farmhouse Remodel

Monte Sereno Custom Home

Pass Residence

Southwestern House Plan 4949

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15 Passionate Southwestern Dining Room Designs Full Of Ideas You Can Use

Even though most of the new homeowners decide to combine the dining room with their kitchen, the dining room interior design still holds its value. In fact, most people that combine it with their kitchen do it because they do not have the space for a separate room.
If you are not one of those people who do not have enough space for a separate dining room, then you have come to the right place because the southwestern dining room interior design does require quite a lot of space. Well, it makes sense for it to require space because this style originates from places where flats and apartments are not the usual setting. The residences that sport this style are usually in the form of ranches, estates or villas which have all the space they need to fit everything inside, and outside.

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Welcome to a new collection of interior designs in which we have featured 15 Passionate Southwestern Dining Room Designs Full Of Ideas You Can Use. As you are probably aware, we are working on a showcase of the southwestern home design style which so far has featured interior designs of the southwestern kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and living room and this collection is the next part. The goal of this collection is to show you that the dining room is still a very important room to have in your home even though a lot of people would disagree on this. Enjoy!

Whisper Rock Residence

Hunters Hill House

Bold Kilim Wool Rug with Eames Dining Chairs and Fiddle Leaf Fig

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Wright Inspired Family Home

Silverleaf Residence, North Scottsdale, Arizona

Bing Hu Desert Contemporary

East Side

Silvermist at Beacon Park

Santa Fe Chic Pueblo

Southwestern Dining Room Interior Design

Traditional Southwest Territorial

Southwest Contemporary

Pueblo

The Residence at The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain 133

Palm Desert Residence Dining Room

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15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

It is that time of the year again but it is still too early to call the fireworks and to light the barbecue. Are you ready to celebrate Independence Day? Are you really? If you are hosting a party at your own home, I bet you have forgotten about the themed decor. Or did you think that you can get away with last year’s decorations? Well you can’t. Not unless you want to miss out on an opportunity to surprise your guests and create a better festive atmosphere.
So what can you do to decorate your home in a patriotic theme? Well you could always head for the store and buy overpriced decorations. Or you could spend some time online, find creative ideas and use some of your spare time to craft them for free.

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Welcome to a new collection of handmade decorations for Independence Day in which we are going to show you 15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home. 
It is important to note that the following ideas do not come with instructions on how to make them but I assure you that most of them are so simple you won’t need any instructions. Just take a look at them and you’ll know what you need to do. Enjoy!

Country Rustic 4th of July Flag Pillow

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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American Flag Mason Jars

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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Happy 4th of July Decor

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Patriotic Sign

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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Pallet Star

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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4th of July Prints

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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American flag banner

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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Fourth of July Wreath

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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red white blue painted branches

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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Wood flag

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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4th of July Wreath

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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American flag banner

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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Americana Wreath

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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America Star Hanging Sign

15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home

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Primitive American Flag

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15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

Celebrating Independence Day is one of the best ways to start the summer because you can host the party at your home. This way you will have an excuse to invite your family and friends over and spend some time together while enjoying the barbecue and the fireworks. But you can’t just do that as if it was any other day, right? You have to make it special because 4th of July is a special day for the United States.
We’ve already shown you 15 Amazing Handmade 4th Of July Decorations For Your Home but we are back with more. This time, we have even more things that you might use for inspiration. All of these are great ideas that can be made in no time at all.

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Welcome to a new collection of handmade holiday decor in which we are going to show you 15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas. If you still aren’t sure what to decorate your home with on Independence Day, then check out the ideas that this collection offers. Keep in mind that they are all handmade by people who have crafting as their hobby. You can easily make most of these designs even though they do not come with tutorials. Enjoy!

American Flag Banner

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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4th of July Wreath

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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Garden Flag Independence Day Decor

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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4th of July Mason jar

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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Let Freedom Ring Wood Sign

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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Stars and stripes forever wood sign

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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4th of July Decor

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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Stars and Stripes Patriotic Pillow

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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Americana Wreath

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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Patriotic pennant banner

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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Twine Wrapped Bottles

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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Patriotic Wreath

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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4th of July Mason jar

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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Independence Day Decor

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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American Flag Jars

15 Patriotic Handmade Independence Day Decor Ideas

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