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Celeste Lewis Architecture
5 Reviews
Carl Place Addition
Ideabooks3,047
Questions5
Hi There....the ceilings are 7'-8". This is in a basement space.
Carl Place Addition “Hi There....the ceilings are 7'-8". This is in a basement space.” “Windows at the top of the
Wonderful built-in! What wood is this?...built ins and windows...Utility- let the light in?...living room built ins...Simple built-in
“interior windows for bathroom/kitchen dividing wall” — pjmcmorl
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TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks4,984
Questions8
Natural light, white/wood/dark counters. No built-ins.
use of sustainable materials and methods unabashedly breaks with its past.The shadows cast by the windows connecting the indoors to the outdoors tell you
built ins...built-in shelving...modern built ins
“open plan. Accardo” — Shotgun Design Group
Design Harmony
9 Reviews
kitchen with industrial touches
Ideabooks4,159
Questions12
I had an under-the-counter drawer-style microwave at my old home (built in 2010). The space saving was
What is the material? I like that it's a little different from your run-of-the-mill granite. The light color scheme is great too. Great design, great work
Kitchen Faucet: Blanco; 36-inch gas range: BlueStar; 36-inch built-in fridge, 18-inch built-in freezer, Miele
barn door, floors all look independent from one another - I don't see the tie-in
Kitchen Faucet: Blanco; 36-inch gas range: BlueStar; 36-inch built-in fridge, 18-inch built-in freezer, Miele; cabinet paint: Oyster White semigloss lacquer
wooden chopping board add-in to island
“Kitchen” — brookezipperman
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
4 Reviews
Joshua Nimmo
Ideabooks3,934
Questions9
floor and ceiling to floor window.the floor appears to be epoxy ?
concrete mix rather than additional chips of marble or other materials sprinkled in. Project cost about $5 to $6 per square foot; cost is affected by the depth
concrete mix rather than additional chips of marble or other materials sprinkled in.
concrete mix rather than additional chips of marble or other materials sprinkled in. This project cost about $5 to $6 per square foot. Nimmo says the cost is
“floor” — reksio
The Works
10 Reviews
Sellwood Library House
Ideabooks27,690
Questions10
This turn-of-the-century original Sellwood Library was transformed into an amazing Portland home for it's New York transplants. Custom woodworking and
Like the built ins and then this desk in back sunroom/porch
Upstairs Nook/landing area. office space in dormer. Love the built-ins
More built-ins maximize storage space in the guest room, creating a niche for a Douglas fir desk with a view.The renovations also included digging out
what color is the floor refinished in??
“Book as facing in” — aremey
Jules Duffy Designs
3 Reviews
Summit Stunner
Ideabooks1,319
Questions4
backs are so architectural,” she says. “The curved tops also complement the curves on the top of the built-ins.”
Love the Built-ins on each side of fireplace. We need to do this in Illinois!!!
backs are so architectural,” she says. “The curved tops also complement the curves on the top of the built-ins.” The coffee table has a shell marquetry
“coffee table” — fookies1
kim scodro interiors
8 Reviews
Bucktown Residence
Ideabooks4,493
Questions6
4. Pick a TV show.Frasier [Charles and Ray Eames lounge chair]The Simpsons [Charles and Ray Eames dowel leg armchair]Home Improvement [Charles and Ray
[Warren Platner lounge chair]Desperate Housewives [Eero Saarinen Tulip chair]The Daily Show [Hans Wegner elbow chair]Hannibal [Le Corbusier LC4 chaise lounge
“bookshelf around tv” — sonia1234a
Princeton Design Collaborative
9 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks7,345
Questions8
Placement of furniture and built-ins under low ductwork.
Built-in seating. Interesting idea for basement.
"The greatest challenge in a basement is making it feel like it's not a basement," says architect John Conroy. His solution includes horizontal bands running
furniture in high-traffic areas, because of how durable they are,” she says.The best and worst fabric choices. Jones says, “Avoid 100 percent linen if you
family and don’t like wrinkles. Beyond that, whatever fabric you are interested in, check its details; all fabrics should list their content and durability ratings
Celing and overall feel, built ins
“Ceiling” — Patrick Chen
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