National Award

Crane Builders, LLC                                        
Nashville, Tenn.

The homeowners had always dreamed of having a classic Southern home. Their designer and remodeler helped them in planning a great new front façade for their home. This included removing the big clunky two-story porch and replacing it with a larger one-story porch with wider, more inviting walks and steps. Windows were relocated, the brick-and-mortar wash meticulously matched, and the entire exterior of the house was painted white. The crowning touch was adding an “eyebrow” to complete the “low country” look the homeowners were going for.

Regional Award

Feinmann, Inc.                                                
Lexington, Mass.

The clients wanted to bring back the exterior of the home as close to its original design and curb appeal as possible. Feinmann, Inc. restored the exterior of this 1885 Victorian home in Arlington, Massachusetts, including the front porch, back porch, Juliet balconies, shingles, panels, and all major and minor elements that had deteriorated or were completely missing due to the environment over the years. The home has been brought back to its original splendor and delivers elevated curb appeal.

Regional Award

Henderer Design Build                                   
Corvallis, Ore.

The clients requested help with enlarging one of their bedrooms, which resulted in losing their current front door location. Relocating their entrance provided the opportunity to create a small but very charming front porch. Through this design and attention to details, the front porch and entry were reconfigured while maintaining the existing roof line, adding an exterior that is truly personalized for the clients.

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