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Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Front Parlor
Ideabooks13,838
Questions19
Photographer: Peter Margonelli Photography Construction Manager: Interior Alterations Inc. Interior Design: JP Warren Interiors
Yes, it was designed by Marcel Wanders and is manufactured by Cappellini http://cappellini.it/en/products/sofas-and-armchairs/knotted-chair
The table was purchased by the owner, who is an interior designer. Please contact JP Warren Interiors through their Houzz
Jessica Warren - who was the interior designer. Her company is JP Warren Interiors if you'd like to query her directly.
The coffee table is vintage and by French designer Michel Mangematin.
Oval glass coffee table - JP Warren Interiors - vintage by French designer Michel Mangematin.
ornate fireplace with clean design TOO MODERN!
“Table” — rmazuk
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Streeter & Associates, Inc.
Georgian Style
Ideabooks32,670
Questions28
Architecture that is synonymous with the age of elegance, this welcoming Georgian style design reflects and emphasis for symmetry with the grand entry, stairway and front door focal point. Near Lake Harriet in Minneapolis, this newly completed Georgian style home includes a renovation, new garage and
The interior designer selected all custom wall colors. Linda Engler Interior Design.
Thanks for your interest, the wall colors were custom mix selected by the interior designer.
project were provided by the interior designer - Engler Studios in the Minneapolis area.
The furnishings for this project were provided by the interior designer - Engler Studios in the Minneapolis area.
The furninshings were provided by the interior design firm (Engler Studios in the Minneapolis
“like the colors” — jazzlyn23
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2009 Showcase Home on Park Alley
Ideabooks210K
Questions183
Is it necessary for the ceiling to be so low ?--a higher ceiling would give the room a more spacious look.
I am interested in knowing what edge is used on this marble and if the same edge is used around the farm sink or if the designer chose to go with a simpler edge around the sides and back of the sink. Thank you.
Where can I purchase the window design/grids. I really love the diamond shape. Is there a name associated with this shape?
I love this kitchen design! What are the dimensions of this kitchen?
windows are definitely by Pella and definitely a custom design (which we copied!). http://www.houzz.com/photos/52028/2009-Showcase-Home-on-Park-Alley-traditional-kitchen-other-metro
grosvenor large single pendant item # CHC1483 designer Sandy Chapman ???
“Kitchen....knobs. Details” — smoke4
Barley & Pfeiffer Architects
7 Reviews
Cliffside Inspiration
Ideabooks421
Questions1
services, green design, Screened-In porch, Austin luxury home, Austin custom home, BarleyPfeiffer Architecture, wood floors, sustainable design, sleek design, modern, low voc paint, interiors and consulting, house ideas, home planning, 5 star energy, high performance, green building, fun design, 5 star appliance
BarleyPfeiffer Architecture, BarleyPfeiffer, wood floors, sustainable design, sleek design, pro work, modern, low voc paint, interiors and consulting, house ideas, home planning, 5 star energy, high performance, green building, fun design, 5 star appliance, find a pro, family home, elegance, efficient,
efficient, custom-made, comprehensive sustainable architects, natural lighting, Austin TX, Barley & Pfeiffer Architects, professional services, green design, curb appeal, LEED, AIA,
“Nook” — Steven Upton
CAST architecture
10 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
Ideabooks448
Questions0
he same colors used outside the house flow inside, and vice versa. “In Sydney we try to live outside as much as possible for at least six months of the year, making spaces which flow easily from inside to outside a very important part of good design,” says Greg. It was
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one of the most important factors in the design, which embraces the low winter sun and minimizes sunlight in the hot summer months. The south side of the house, shown here, is predominantly closed to keep out the summer sun, but selective openings let the low winter sun help heat the living spaces.
“combination of wood (warm) and brick” — mwebster202
Kerrie L. Kelly
45 Reviews
Vintage Modern Living
Ideabooks4,239
Questions7
Where is the low profile bed from? Looking for one just like it!
Where can I find the low height headboard
Kerrie Kelly Design Lab purchased them from the Lauren by Ralph Lauren line.
they were tacked on at the end (and often they are). But there are a handful of fans with lights integrated into the design, which is far more attractive.
2. Keep the headboard low. The headboard of this bed just lines up with the window sill. This keeps the room from being too dark. The double-hung
“Wall color” — wendybeautifulhome
blackLAB architects inc.
Bloordale Renovation
Ideabooks9,507
Questions10
We're starting design plans for our Seaton Village semi - I'm super inspired by this reno. Can you share your source for the large sliding glass door?
Don't like the pixelated design, but more how it's set back and doesn't jump out at you too muvh
5. Turn off your flash. Even basic point-and-shoot cameras are getting better at low-light situations, and your camera's flash will never be able to light a room well. With your camera on a steady tripod, you can have a long exposure
questions you ask and honestly answer will help you to ensure the space is planned properly and will function, as well as be aesthetically pleasing," says designer Marie Hebson. "Each individual prioritizes things differently. Be honest with yourself. Be flexible if you need to, so that your room can grow with
“Like pendant” — Marianne Pearson
Impala Kitchens and Bathrooms - Petra Mallia
Open Plan Kitchen
Ideabooks2,656
Questions0
Impala just completed this stunning kitchen! The brief was to design a kitchen with warmth and impressive textures to suit the house which spanned over four levels. The design needed to allow for casual eating in the kitchen, ample preparation and storage areas. Utilitarian bench tops were selected for
timber veneer and polyurethane. Critical to the modern, sleek design was that the kitchen had minimum handles. Two handles were used on the larger doors for the fridge and lift-up cabinet which concealed the microwave. To balance the design, decorative timber panels were installed on the ceiling over
“Back bar” — bartodd
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