379 NONTRADITIONAL Home Design Photos

Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
Ideabooks6,288
Questions4
Postgreen's use of nontraditional finish materials such as plywood and concrete keeps costs down and reflects their clients' style. "We tried to create a minimalist, modern look that is well liked but generally
generally unavailable, particularly in single family housing," Nic says. "Using an open floorplan and non-traditional finish materials, we captured a look that appealed to our demographic while also shaving down construction costs."
“Stupid but cool” — jhkowalewski
Contemporary Bathroom
Ideabooks4,096
Questions7
Non-traditional shapes are always welcome, along with the nontraditional tub shape and finish and the room's unusual architecture. If you are already breaking the "rules" of bathroom lighting, why not really go for it with the most unusual shapes you can find?
“dormer window” — kikicurtis
M/I Homes
4 Reviews
“Apt idea couch?” — amaniandmom1
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Dreamy Whites
Dreamywhitesonline.com
Ideabooks1,632
Questions1
free to use nontraditional objects — shipping crates, old suitcases, sewing machine stands, garden stools — as end tables. Just make sure they fall in step with the height and scale guidelines above so that they are conversation pieces rather than nuisances.
Feel free to use nontraditional objects —
Add to ideabook by Dreamy Whites by Dreamy Whites Feel free to use nontraditional objects — shipping crates, old suitcases, sewing machine stands, garden stools — as end tables. Just make sure they fall in step with the height
Feel free to use nontraditional objects — shipping crates, old suitcases, sewing machine stands, garden stools — as end tables. Just make sure they fall in step with the height
“Table” — vee2618
Cynthia Lynn Photography
6 Reviews
Bucktown Beauty
Ideabooks8,386
Questions11
next time you are purchasing furniture, artwork, lighting or accessories, consider playing with the scale of the pieces. Try oversize shades or a nontraditional-size couch. Why not hang supersize canvases of your children's artwork or place giant stepping stones leading to your front door? Be brave!More:Remake
“wall and tv” — ntkamel
Carolyn Wesling
Wesling Construction
Ideabooks30,228
Questions8
in this design. The pavers are set in a geometric grid rather than a wandering path, which gives a patiolike feeling to this narrow space. Other nontraditional features include the heavy, blocklike adobe-colored boxes along the walk that give a contemporary nod to traditional terra-cotta pots, and the
“like simplicity and area for "reading"” — parkyblonde25
Susan Serra, CKD
Country Kitchen
Ideabooks4,064
Questions10
Country and rustic inspired faucet shapes will be big this year in both traditional and non-traditional spaces and styles. Bridge faucets will show up in expected finishes such as oil-rubbed bronze, but also in polished nickel. They will be large
“Caninet, floor and counter colors” — tmgross144
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Ideabooks47,794
Questions23
Rochelle Broadhead went the nontraditional route with a tile backsplash in Ann Sacks' Chrysalis Marrakech.
“Tile” — Lindsey Sullivan
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