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BarlisWedlick Architects, Tribeca Studio
Tribeca Penthouse & Roof Garden
chairs and a scattering of beanbags, along with bench seating and a day bed for sprawling on for hours can make your rooftop an ideal space for entertaining and taking in the views. Choose seating in different materials and textures but in similar tones for a cohesive feel.
A Trip Through the Islands
of sinks, appliances and prep areas — are at least 42 inches wide, or 48 inches to accommodate multiple cooks. Those with larger families or who entertain often may want to go as wide as 54 inches for work aisles. This will allow two people to easily pass behind someone working at the countertop, sink
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
Wet bar. For those who love to host, a wet bar can make entertaining easier. A small sink like the one here is great for adding water to cocktails and doing light cleanup.
Art in Green
4. A lush landscape in SydneyHere we find a garden that uses trees to create a rich and secluded outdoor space that is perfect for entertaining. In a garden like this, you can easily forget about everything going on outside your four walls.
Howard Bankston & Post
Open Floor Plan
Consider how you use the room. For rooms used primarily for entertaining, late-afternoon cocktails or after-dinner coffee, general lighting may be all you need. In a room like this, a center light provides the main general
Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
Lifestyle at home: Homes have become kitchen-centric, with kitchens serving as a family's venue for leisure, work, and entertaining in addition to its utilitarian roles. Homeowners are willing to devote a greater share of thought, square footage, and budget to design kitchens that will ease this lifestyle
Amy Sklar Design Inc
A place to dream - Kids bedroom
Looking up. Don’t forget about the ceiling when you’re entertaining ideas for wall decor. This nursery is positively dreamy thanks to this handpainted cloudscape.
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
into football, consider surrendering your lawn for a few years. As well as being awarded ‘parent of the year’, you’ll get to relax while they are entertained. Consider laying artificial grass: there are some pretty convincing options out there, and it means no more mowing, and no more muddy carpets when