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dnereid
How does the cooktop vent? Pop up? Looks amazing, especially the bathroom.
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midmodfan
A couple of years ago when we were about to move back to a big city, we turned down an original Richard Neutra bungalow in the burbs. It was a very difficult decision that almost broke my heart, but location won. I'm still thinking about that fabulous bungalow, though, and I do understand the Jamiesons for taking the other route. The house looks fantastic!
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@thedesignstudio by William Lyon Homes
Beautiful! This is a great color to work with - it brightens up the space and also adds a very soothing element. Love this!
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Verdant Grounds
Love turquoise! Love to see it paired with bright orange and red in the garden such as a turquoise pot filled with red verbena blooms or sunny yellow-orange Cherianthus!
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bsgibbs
We really want to build a shade structure with a curved shed roof. Anyone ever seen anything like that?
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dscwmitchell
hahamoley, i'd bet that the skylight is your issue. Ice dam is totally a plausible issue there. Make sure that there is sufficient cricketing an the uphill side of the skylight opening such that the water or ice will shed off to either side of the skylight and not sit on the uphill side of the skylight curb. I would almost guarantee that is what the problem is. Of course I can't "guarantee" it because I'm only hearing a description, but I'd definitely check into that situation at the skylight.
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soufyaan
Wonderfull n impressive
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thatnameistaken
Regarding the atrium; one can't always afford to strip it down to the unspoiled, virgin beginnings and start over. If they needed indoor space, it was a better decision to move ahead and refine what was there into updated, usable space. The finished product makes use of the kitchen/living/dining space nicely.

I do think all-white interiors always come off as unfinished and unimaginative, though. My only criticism would be that the ceiling would have been nice left in it's natural wood finish. I think it would have added a subtle contrast to the white everywhere else.
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