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Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Click on the "Bellevue Mid century modern remodel" photo album ( upper right of webpage) Third photo down is a enlarged picture of niche. Notice the shelves locked in on the sides and inline
There are more photos of this project in the folder called Bellevue - mid century modern.
fixtures. The ones used in that project are: - HANSGROHE 04231000 S THERMOSTATIC TRIM WITH VOLUME CONTROL & DIVERTER - HANSGROHE 27495001 CP RAINDANCE S150 AIR 3-JET 6" SHOWER HEAD - HANSGROHE 27476 Raindance Shower Head
Not as modern but basic idea may work
Alchemy Design Studio
Lakeview Park Renovation
Hi! The walls are Sherwin Williams 6151 Quiver Tan (Satin/Eggshell finish) The trim is SW 6532 Urban Putty (Satin finish) and the ceilings are 50% Urban Putty, Flat finish.
**pretty mantle, a bit more modern, that would work
clean modern, coffee table
Modern expanded wide fireplace
trim %50 mix
Katie Hastings Design LLC
original Tudor kitchen, remodeled
with Optional Light by Modern Fan Company
I like the combination of clean and modern yet still feeling traditional.
This kitchen is 9'-2" wide x 12'-0" long, with 5'-0" clear between counters.
Thank you! Wall to wall, this kitchen is 9'-2" wide x 12'-0" long, with 5'-0" clear between counters on either side. It was a very comfortable wide galley layout, especially
Modern Fan Aurora Hugger - love it because it throws light on the ceiling, and not just down light. Makes the whole room feel brighter.
Love the simplicity - Tudor house kitchen, modern
Mark English Architects, AIA
Olive Tree Lane - Kitchen
That's probably for the wooden version of the barstool Tigerchamp50
Bu parlak turuncu lake dolaplar modern tasarlanmış bu mutfağa ayrı bir tat veriyor.
Great Modern colors...modern materials...modern barstools
Melissa Miranda Interior Design
crisp, clean lines. modern but warm
Everything, nice and light and modern
modern light bright with eat in island
Kitchen. White modern
Purple Fountain Tree
Studio with living roof
professional designer will likely start at $50 per square foot but can be as high as $200 per square foot, Conroy says.
The combination of painted and natural siding, the modern architecture and the curved deck.
and various flooring options.) Larger prefab units can cost upward of $20,000. A custom shed designed by a professional designer will likely start at $50 per square foot but can be as high as $200 per square foot, Conroy says.Find architects and designers near you
Sellwood Library House
space and add a beautiful glow to the room. Leaded glass windows and dark stained wood floors add to the eclectic mix of original craftsmanship and modern influences. Lincoln Barbour
Thank you! Because this was originally an old library, it's a very large open living space, about 20'x50'.
I like the balance between colours and modern versus classic
hosting. A cocktail party for 20 friends will require totally different supplies than a holiday meal for your immediate family or an open house where 50 to 100 people may traipse through in the course of a day. Now is the time to decide on the type of gathering you want to host, how many people you will
furnishing the cottage, Jessica Helgerson's design team cleverly mixed pieces from different eras and made of different materials, including classic modern Hans Wegner Wishbone dining chairs, Cherner counter stools, a dining table made of wood reclaimed from a pipe organ, Tom Dixon Beat Pendant Lights
Peter Sampson Architecture Studio Inc.
second-storey screened porch is integral to the building volume. It enforces the home’s inside-outside dialogue with its surroundings. The original home’s chimney was left as a playful conversation with the building’s own history, and its new life. Portions of the south structure and facade were maintained
Preserving the existing mature site, the home’s interior is designed to capitalize on lush canopies that provide both natural cooling and privacy. A major feature of this home is its many interconnecting spaces and its tall barn-like interior which draws upon the client’s own childhood memories. Complex and layered
maintained in order to capitalize on existing lot line conditions which are no longer permitted under current zoning requirements. The original home’s basement and some of its first floor walls were also reused in the reconstruction in their raw, original state, providing a complexity of contrast to the new