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Carlton Architecture
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
Ideabooks1,948
Questions3
lake house is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The residence overlooks a mountain lake with expansive mountain views beyond. The design ties the home to its surroundings and enhances the ability to experience both home and nature together. The entry level serves as the primary living
It is a custom bed and side tables design by our team and built locally.
Window Window Windows!!!! Reflective glass on the outside
“open space, big windows, nature, too much wood” — Stella Greenberg
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Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
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Lucy and Company
61 Reviews
Girl's Room
Ideabooks7,527
Questions15
Design Beth Keim, Owner, Lucy and Company, Photography by Beth Keim
Lucy and Company - did designed and made the shade as well
This navy and pink room belongs to the youngest daughter — who was 3 at the time. Keim wanted to design a space that would reflect the girl's sweet and energetic personality and fit the style of the rest of the home. Keim and the girl's mother both fell in love with
I like the way the navy looks with the pink so I am thinking of doing light gray walls and then have a navy/peach pink bedding and a navy outline design on the wall my bed would go on.
This navy and pink room belongs to the youngest daughter — who was 3 at the time. Keim wanted to design a space that would reflect the girl's sweet and energetic personality and fit the style of the rest of the home. Keim and the girl's mother both fell in love with the wallpaper, which dictated the
“leitura M” — fafineves
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Upstate Manor
Ideabooks2,885
Questions1
This home, set prominently on Lake Skaneateles in New York, reflects a period when stately mansions graced the waterfront. Few houses demonstrate the skill of modern-day craftsmen with such charm and grace. The investment of quality materials such as limestone, carved timbers, copper, and slate, combined
¡¡Everything!!This home, set prominently on Lake Skaneateles in New York, reflects a period when stately mansions graced the waterfront. Few houses demonstrate the skill of modern-day craftsmen with such charm and grace. The investment
classic american design with a little Asian flair
“Beautiful House!!” — mistymarie94
Christopher Simmonds Architect
1 Review
Gatineau Hills
Ideabooks1,305
Questions2
Lights on mirror for more reflection
planning their next vacation than they do planning their house project. Not that planning a house project has to be a full-time job. An architect or a designer can help you understand your role in the project as well as the contributions of other team members. That means participating in the process from
can give them a reference point to understand where you are coming from (and where you can go together as a team).Want the Best Results? Join Your Design Team
ask your team to assist you so you understand what is being communicated at each stage of the project. The best opportunity for this is during your design meetings. Remember, if you don’t understand something, ask. It’s better to get everyone on the same page early before a structure gets built that sticks
“Length of basin tops and taps coming out the wall” — tanyastrydom
Highland Group
2 Reviews
Heber City, Utah Family Home, with man made lake,
Ideabooks3,311
Questions2
Rustic family ranch on 30 acres with fishing dock off entry. Man made pond 19' deep reflecting the Timpanogos mountain range, boating, fishing, and ice skating !
multiple projects for me over the years. We get always get the best market price for our completed projects and the clients always love the Architectural design. Money well spent!
Rustic family ranch on 30 acres with fishing dock off entry for reflecting the Timpinogos mountain range, boating, fishing, and ice skating on a Man made 19 foot deep lake,
“Front of house exterior” — adairhathaway87
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Brooklyn Brownstone
Ideabooks4,816
Questions4
Right color, style and design Need to match up with spiral case
Design lines to reflect architectural elements. When setting out your look, use wall patterns that complement lines already
Design lines to reflect architectural elements. When setting out your look, use wall patterns that complement lines already in the space. The parallel paint line follows the angle of the staircase and reinforces the interior's geometric theme.
“Stepeniste” — esaddasa
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks16,172
Questions25
tiles these are, but I am been unsucessful in finding where I can purchase them. Is there a website that sells these tiles? thank you so much, your design is beautiful!
What material is the tile. The designer infers they are not marble in the comments but it is not completely clear. Are they wool matte porcelain?
thank you, I emailed the manufactor and hopefully will find a place that sells them locally! I love your design!
Stunning simple kitchen design with layers of neutral color tones and shiny finishes. Pendants: http://shopcandelabra.com/robert-abbey-cole-pendant.html
no framed backsplash just the herringbone design all the way around
creating the illusion of height. The glass cabinets are primarily for decorative display and break up the heaviness of all of the cabinetry. The reflection of glass adds a bit of sparkle as well."As for the backsplash: Why herringbone? "Everyone loves the herringbone!" Meisels says. "There seemed to
“herringbone!” — tn39
Platform 5 Architects
Book Tower House
Ideabooks1,190
Questions0
joinery,’ says Patrick. ‘The wood is warm, but also quite pale, so it helps to reflect the light in this part of the house.’
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: A family with 4 grown-up childrenLocation: Hampstead, LondonDesigner: Platform 5 ArchitectsSize: 4 or 5 bedrooms; 3 bathroomsWith such an immense
pale, so it helps reflect the light in this part of the house.”
“But rather than squirrel their books away, the family opted to make the bookcase the main feature of their home.” — Natalie WainReading this ideabook made me realize that some of my favorite homes on Houzz were designed around books and
wall holds a few framed photos at best, but there’s an untapped opportunity there for a huge bookcase. As well as storing an awful lot of titles, this design brings interest and colour to the hallway. Beware of going too high, though – these stepped sections mean all the books can be reached.
“Make your staircase and bookcase too!” — MOOi Architecture
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