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Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Cloud Street Residence
Ideabooks2,318
Questions4
Living spaces. [Thomas] Church’s book Gardens Are for People (1955) espouses a pragmatic design philosophy that has forever changed the way we think about residential landscapes. Church believed that gardens were a logical extension of the house and should be designed with a homeowner’s needs in mind,
3. Living spaces. Church’s book Gardens Are for People (1955) espouses a pragmatic design philosophy that has forever changed the way we think about residential landscapes. Church believed that gardens were a logical extension of the house and should be designed with a homeowner’s needs in mind,
3. Living spaces. Church’s book Gardens Are for People (1955) espouses a pragmatic design philosophy that has forever changed the way we think about residential landscapes. Church believed that gardens were a logical extension of the house and should be designed with a homeowner’s needs in mind, launching
“Planter boxes, gravel, and house color” — averyboringguy
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Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
"green" remodel
Ideabooks11,053
Questions13
this countertop is Cesarstone. the width of the powder room/vanity is about 4 feet
is between 32 to 36 inches from the floor, it is comfortable for most adults and should minimize splashing. Vanities designed for vessel sinks are about 6 inches lower than standard height ones.
is between 32 to 36 inches from the floor, it is comfortable for most adults and should minimize splashing. Vanities designed for vessel sinks are about 6 inches lower than standard height ones.
“Gorgeous sink” — dwarfcricket
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Beet Residence
Ideabooks2,069
Questions4
Hello, I love this pic, and would like to see more from the project. That said, I'm curious about the framed art on the far wall. Can you provide info? I love the placement too. -Thanks Patrick
baseboard size - what about the area around the doors
this contrast of small trim baseboards, and super thin trim that lines the doorway matches with my ideas here about closest not having doors but rather being finished to have fabric closings. the doorways themselves are finished.
“Modern” — ashleylynn_rd
Eskuche Design
16 Reviews
Excelsior Bay Avant Garde
Ideabooks1,077
Questions0
What do you like about this photo? Different
What do you like about this photo? Mirrored closet gives illusion more space
what about glass as a door for the scotch room or your office? I think it is a great look
“Glass wall” — ports100
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks1,805
Questions0
What do you like about this photo?cool house
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Idea about inside lighting that reflect out.
“Houses” — Rey Fernández
Beyond Ordinary Boundaries Architecture
1 Review
Laurel Highlands
Ideabooks2,367
Questions6
Pelase share details about chandelier! Where can I find it!?
I love everything about this design! from the earth tone colors to the layout, and deck. Love love all the large seating plan.
What do you like about this photo? Chairs
“Ceiling and stone” — andilynn73
Krieger + Associates Architects Inc
4 Reviews
Kitchen interior
Ideabooks13,270
Questions7
Thanks! The counters and big custom sink were done by Blue Bell Kitchens in Blue Bell, PA. We're having some debate around the office about whether those really were slate or soapstone, but the project notes say slate.
pot rack not sure about this
Hang pots and expose beams to add space overhead. There is something so comforting about the clatter of pots in an overhead rack — and this setup is a great space saver, to boot. Exposing beams creates a higher ceiling, which can make even a small kitchen feel more spacious.
“Pot storage” — Jessica Borries
Sara Hopkins
4 Reviews
Library
Ideabooks4,750
Questions6
What do you like about this photo?study table
What do you like about this photo?warm!!
What do you like about this photo? Ceiling Dark and light combination
“Coffered Ceiling” — dbathurst
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Metes & Bounds Landscape Design
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Stratton Design Group
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
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