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Hugh Lofting Timber Framing, Inc.
1 Review
Tree House
Hand-carved dowels protruding from either side of the entrance add to the adventuresome atmosphere.
“Md” — aisha_johnson
Northern VA and Washington D.C. LED Outdoor Lighting Professional
Enlightened Lighting is a full-service design, installation & maintenance company for LED outdoor lighting. We seek to create a stunning exterior lighting design for every customer, every time.
Fogarty Finger
Fogarty Finger - Architecture Interiors
The basement is a great spot for a second small kitchen or a wet bar. It's great space for storage and entertaining and it can be carved out of just a few square feet. Plus, if you ever really need it, if you've got the plumbing set up, you can easily turn the basement into a small in-law apartment.
“inside cabinet lighting” — Jeffrey Thielen
3 Reviews
Tribeca Townhouse
The architects took advantage of the low existing building to create a roof deck, but they also carved an opening into the second floor to create a terrace adjacent to the living area, seen here. Skylights help to bring sunlight into the living space and lower floor.
“skylight + rooftop terrace?” — nscraig
Kerrie L. Kelly
44 Reviews
Curated Home
Adding personality to a new space doesn't require blanketing the house with antiques. One tiny detail - like the carving on a dining room chair - can lend gravitas to a whole room. Here, paired with art that's modern and expressive, but subtle in terms of color, and
“wall color” — foxcanyon
Randy Brown
laboratory house
Elsewhere the experiments are more subdued, such as the guest suite, which rounds out this tour. A hole in drywall is carved to become a cavity of light and reveal what looks like some wires. Whatever the case may be, I'm drawn to the small window at bottom right that appears to frame the base of a small
“Great skylight and use of windows” — chadleblanc
Bunker Workshop
11 Reviews
Well-coordinated spices are the way to go in kitchen — especially smaller one, where every inch counts and everything is on display. Carving out a little spice niche is a wonderful idea. This one employs a library ladder, which brings some excitement to the everyday task of cooking and cleaning
“library ladder” — Dani Vest
Sara Cukerbaum
Modern Dallas Ranch Home
her own art collection. This vignette sits between the living room and the entry.Rug: Madeline Weinrib for ABC Carpet & Home; chest: antique carved teak; art: Aaron Parazette
“funky buffet” — furrysloth
The Biltmore Company
Roots Of Style: Chateauesque Bridges A Century
and detail of ascending window forms reveal the location of the stairs. Gothic stone tracery defines primary openings surrounded by shallow relief carvings. Spires and pinnacles extend the building into a fractal finale.
“The Biltmore: French Renaissance style” — M. Ballard
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