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Leger Wanaselja Architecture
McGee Salvage House
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Leger Wanaselja Architecture The home’s exterior is an assemblage of pieces that otherwise would have gone to waste
figured out how to make use of pieces as small as 6 inches long,” he says. “It’s one of those fun design challenges.”
The home’s exterior is an assemblage of pieces that otherwise would have gone to waste. Saving the car roofs before they were crushed saved the energy
figured out how to make use of pieces as small as 6 inches long,” he says. “It’s one of those fun design challenges.”Bark siding: Bark House
“House simple design” — Abraham Pelotin
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living room
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easy to lay and maintain, cork floors were big in the ‘70s for all the right reasons. Today’s cork floors are even better: they are more hardwearing and
easy to lay and maintain, cork floors were big in the ‘70s for all the right reasons. Today’s cork floors are even better: they are more hardwearing and
“Cork” — fransisllee
Laura Garner
Black, white and gold brighten a fun, contemporary Montreal loft
Ideabooks547
Questions1
While the couple received advice to keep a bathtub to increase the loft’s resale value, Nguyen was equally insistent that the space have only a shower
While the couple received advice to keep a bath to increase the loft’s resale value, Nguyen was equally insistent that the space have only a shower
“toto toilet” — wsarens
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Converted loft goes modern for this young Montreal family
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store, EQ3, in neutral colors to showcase the building’s natural beauty. The family kept Tremblay’s red canvas in the living room in honor of the former
store, EQ3, in neutral colors to showcase the building’s natural beauty. The family kept Tremblay’s red canvas in the living room in honor of the former
“paintng” — bobbi0116
Becki Peckham
Modern Home In The Middle Of St. John's
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plastique, lui, s’avère très pratique puisque cette matière est imputrescible et se lave facilement. Bémol pour la composition qui peut s’avérer toxique
ventilation pipes that ran through the walls proved to be Susan and Michael’s greatest design challenge. In trying to remove walls, they needed to be strategic
7. Profitez de solutions amoviblesConçues pour s’adapter à votre plan de travail et à vos besoins, les planches à découper prennent
“SINK AND FAUCET” — kivett500
Stephenson Design Collective
6 Reviews
Phinney
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shapes are geometric and simple. “We like to do showers with no curbs, so there’s no interruption in the space,” says Stephenson. Light comes into the room
“We like to do showers with no curbs, so there’s no interruption in the space,” says Stephenson. Light comes into the room
shapes are geometric and simple. “We like to do showers with no curbs, so there’s no interruption in the space,” says Stephenson.Light comes into the room through
shapes are geometric and simple. ‘We like to do integrated showers, so there’s no interruption in the space,’ says Stephenson.Light comes into the room through
“perete delimitare dus- WC in baie oaspeti” — babysmart
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Double Take
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Through modest renovations they modified some of the spaces to meet their family’s needs and added personal touches throughout. The numerous entertaining areas
open shelves as dividers - they give the space a lovely open 1960s/70s feel.
“galeria a cuadros” — cjhsmv
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eichler in marinwood
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Stephen believes that there’s been a renewed interest in Eichlers because modern design has been popular
“I think the Eichler style is iconic enough to survive fads,” he says. “It’s a timeless look.”
Stephen believes that there’s been a renewed interest in Eichlers because modern design has been popular in recent years, but he thinks it will not wane
“I think the Eichler style is iconic enough to survive fads,” he says. “It’s a timeless look.”More: Why We Love Midcentury Modern DesignSee other updated
“modern” — ghostpire122998
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