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Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
Big Sur
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climate in Big Sur is fairly benign, so large doors slide away to give an indoor-outdoor feel. “When it’s sunny you basically live outside,” says Fougeron. “When the wind gets up to 70 miles per hour, that’s when you shut everything up.” The kitchen is all custom, with white cabinets and dark wood stained
climate in Big Sur is fairly benign, so large doors slide away to give an indoor-outdoor feel. “When it’s sunny you basically live outside,” says Fougeron. “When the wind gets up to 70 miles per hour, that’s when you shut everything up.” The kitchen is all custom, with white cabinets and dark wood stained
climate in Big Sur is fairly benign, so large doors slide away to give an indoor-outdoor feel. ‘When it’s sunny you basically live outside,’ says Fougeron. ‘When the wind gets up to 70 miles per hour, that’s when you shut everything up.’ The kitchen is all custom, with white cabinets and dark wood stained
“stunning view from the kitchen and dining” — suzannewei
Marina Rubina, Architect
2 Reviews
Quarry Street House
Ideabooks8,684
Questions7
Thank you for your interest. The floor tile is natural slate. We got 16x16 square tiles and cut them into 3 rectangles. The color is Brazil Grey S201 from DalTile http://products.daltile.com/seriesdetailStone.cfm?item=3021&series=110&item=3021&log=4&subType=1.
powder room floor Brazil Grey S201 from DalTile http://products.daltile.com/seriesdetailStone.cfm?item=3021&series=110&item=3021&log=4&subType=1.
Brazil Grey S201 from DalTile http://products.daltile.com/seriesdetailStone.cfm?item=3021&series=110&item=3021&log=4&subType=1.
What’s interesting about the floor in this modern mudroom is the way it was installed. Architect Marina Rubina cut 16-inch-square tiles of natural slate (Brazil Gray from Daltile) into three rectangles (approximately 5 by 16 inches) each. Bamboo (3¾-inch-wide planks) covers the floor in the adjacent
“Entrance” — aaadubey
Rafe Churchill: Traditional Houses
7 Reviews
Kitchen Renovation
Ideabooks6,806
Questions8
it says in the article that all the furniture comes from the homeowner's family business, Hammertown.
they discovered Pietra Cordosa. “It’s like a combination of soapstone and slate,” she describes. “We chose a very honed, plain finish for it.”
Pietra Cordosa. “It’s like a combination of soapstone and slate,” she describes. “We chose a very honed, plain finish for it.” Dk counters
19. Lovely lightingThis kitchen may be simple, but that’s partly why it works: it’s simply beautiful. The industrial lighting adds interest, but just about any lighting choice would work in this inviting room.
living room, so while the Simpsons wanted modern amenities, they also wanted to keep the casual farmhouse feel. Classic Shaker cabinet fronts, a Shaw’s Original farmhouse sink, simple cabinet hardware (like bin pulls) and vintage-style pendant lights helped achieve the look, as did keeping the rustic
“Light” — law111
Convertible Courtyards House
Ideabooks884
Questions0
But beyond the green features and the novelty of the retractable canopy, Megowan’s design clearly creates enjoyable spaces that gracefully meld inside and outside.
But beyond the green features and the novelty of the retractable canopy, Megowan’s design clearly creates enjoyable spaces that gracefully meld inside and outside.
“Rain garden” — stephaniecdecker
Arciform
9 Reviews
Anne & Richard's 1908 home
Ideabooks2,508
Questions6
The range is a Tappan from the 1940s. Here are a couple of places you can read about them: http://tappantalk.blogspot.com/2010/11/late-1940s-tappan.html http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/8514-tappan-deluxe-gas-stove-model-60
I don't like these tables specifically, but just a reminder that we could buy furniture instead of having counters installed.
nce the more traditional tin ceiling, original fir floor and marble counters.Hood: Vent-a-Hood; ceiling paint: Dover White, Miller Paint; stove: 1940s Tappan, eBay
“Lemon decor” — taylorldowns
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks3,792
Questions8
Keeping those two kinds of systems in mind, let’s take a look at some questions you should ask yourself before choosing a radiant system. What is the thermal efficiency of your house? Let’s say there are three answers to this question: 1.Poor or standard: Your house
Keeping those two kinds of systems in mind, let’s take a look at some questions you should ask yourself before choosing a radiant system. What is the thermal efficiency of your house? Let’s say there are three answers to this question: Poor or standard: Your house
Keeping those two kinds of systems in mind, let’s take a look at some questions you should ask yourself before choosing a radiant system.What is the thermal efficiency of your house? Let’s say there are three answers to this question: Poor or standard: Your house was not
“Enclosed porch” — morejonma
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
exteriors
Ideabooks9,666
Questions12
the material so that a screw can be installed below the surface of the board, then infilled with a small round piece of ipe that’s glued in place to cover the screw. Then it’s sanded down and finished with a sealer. Because ipe is so dense, this technique is labor intensive and dulls drill bits quickly
the material so that a screw can be installed below the surface of the board, then infilled with a small round piece of ipe that’s glued in place to cover the screw. Then it’s sanded down and finished with a sealer. Because ipe is so dense, this technique is labor intensive and dulls drill bits quickly
“colors and material” — Marina McCue
Custom Design/Build, Inc.
5 Reviews
Sampler
Ideabooks2,081
Questions9
com/Minka-Aire-San-Francisco-Ceiling-Fan-s/301.htm Hope that helps, let me know if you have any other questions!
Since those beams are double 2x10's wrapped with 3/4" thick A & Better Cedar
2x10's wrapped with 3/4" thick A & Better Cedar boards to mimic a solid beam, we were able to create that special effect by dropping rope lights into the tops.
Thank you for asking ebie! The "beams" are actually collar ties that keep the gable roof form tied together. They are double 2x10's wrapped
“What is the brand/name of the ceiling fan?” “different finishes. You can see it here: http://www.ceilingfan.com/Minka-Aire-San-Francisco-Ceiling-Fan-s/301.htm Hope that helps, let me know if you have any other questions!” “Can you tell me the ceiling height at apex, and at about what height the beams
“love the beams without trusses. Minimalistic, and breaks up the vaulted ceiling.” — jim_hallenbeck
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