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Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Ideabooks15,734
Questions9
Hi- If any color was added to this mix I am guessing it was a small amount of Carbon Black - it comes in a powder and is added to the mix as it is being made. Fu-Tung Cheng's concrete book "Concrete at Home" is a great resource
Consider adding complimentary colors to adjacent doors like the ones in this image. They are far more interesting than if the doors were all painted the same hue.
space, there is a loft. Currently, the loft is accessible only by a ladder and is used for storage, but a more user-friendly ladder or staircase can be added with ease in the future, opening it up as a sleeping space.
“No door framing. Paint accent color within door area” — dmc222
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Alun & Selena Urquhart
Ideabooks4,279
Questions2
oversize closet or old pantry would work great as a coffee space. You just need enough space for a coffee maker, storage and ideally a water source. An added bonus would be a small refrigerator for creamer and milk.
oversize closet or old pantry would work great as a coffee space. You just need enough space for a coffee maker, storage and ideally a water source. An added bonus would be a small refrigerator for creamer and milk.Your turn: Show us how you’ve transformed a room!Houzz Poll: If you had the luxury of a spare
oversized wardrobe or old pantry would work great as a coffee space. You just need enough space for a coffee maker, storage and ideally a water source. An added bonus would be a small refrigerator for afternoon tea and milk.YOUR TURNShow us how you’ve transformed a room. Include a high-resolution photograph
“Writing on door” — jadechameleon
PLACE architect ltd.
1 Review
Diva
Ideabooks1,138
Questions3
added by Shoshana Gosselin to Cuddly Nooks for Every Room Use furniture layout to create a floating nook. Start with a focal point, such as a fireplace or wall of bookcases. Place two comfy chairs in front to create an L-shape. Finish by adding a rug under the chairs. This
Place two comfy chairs in front to create an L-shape. Finish by adding a rug under the chairs. This physically separates the space even though there are no walls.” “Use furniture layout to create a floating nook. Start
floating nook. Start with a focal point, such as a fireplace or wall of bookcases. Place two comfy chairs in front to create an L-shape. Finish by adding a rug under the chairs. This physically separates the space even though there are no walls.
“Chairs” — pkastelic
Hughes Studio Architects
Meadow Lane
Ideabooks2,035
Questions4
111_AD_Salone_2014_E.jpg BATHROOM LIGHTING/extracts from Houzz: Tip 1: Use a pair of sconces mounted at eye level on either side of the mirror to provide shadowless illumination. This creates the best scenario for makeup application, shaving, tooth care and so on Tip 2: Avoid adding a light
“lights” — erubes0927
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen Transformation
Ideabooks89,488
Questions77
paneled, cluttered, divided space with little natural light. By eliminating partitions and creating a more functional, open floorplan, as well as adding modern windows with traditional detailing, providing lovingly detailed built-ins for the clients extensive collection of beautiful dishes, and lightening
Hi there - I just love your kitchen. Just beautiful! My home is of a similar style and I am thinking about adding lighting and really liked small spots you used in the kitchen. May I ask where you purchased the?
use but opted for stainless instead. Mine's available for $400 plus shipping or you can pick it up in Cartersville, GA. You can reach me through my ad on Craig's list at http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/app/4390582078.html
“Great Kitchen” — lelittrell
Hoi Ning Wong
My Houzz: Pettigrew Farm
Ideabooks197
Questions1
"Outside the family added a chicken coop and a swimming pool, and converted what was once a carriage house into a multiuse space."
In 2013 Pettigrew added five chickens to the family: Inez, Friendly, Big Red, Struggles and Eden. At first she purchased an off-the-shelf chicken coop that was rated for six to eight chickens. However, once she brought home her five pullets from the Kensington Farmers’ Market in Berkeley, she saw that
with the fowl on a daily basis, she looked to larger chicken coops for inspiration, browsing designs on Houzz and other sites.The ball court that was added in their original remodel was no longer actively used by her children, so she turned the space into a custom-designed chicken coop. Pettigrew worked
“Coop custom, can easily walk in” — portolavalley
Incorporated
Gallery Loft
Ideabooks10,072
Questions16
to note when extending the top. Take care not to shift the balance of weight so much that the piece is unstable (people love to rest their elbows, adding weight to the surface). Also you may need to add brackets to support the overhang.
repeats the materials used in the rest of the kitchen, making it a well-integrated addition. The supplementary work surface is further utilized by adding counter stools for extra seating. For a party, roll the island out to where the action is and make it the bar with additional seating to keep guests
to note when extending the top. Take care not to shift the balance of weight so much that the piece is unstable (people love to rest their elbows, adding weight to the surface). Also you may need to add brackets to support the overhang.More: 6 Ways to Rethink the Kitchen Island
“Elemento beige areia” — guidozwecker
Tim Andersen Architect
7 Reviews
Dining room restored
Ideabooks12,277
Questions12
Buffet and high windows are original. Likely, there was once a plate rail at sill height so we added one with MDF wainscot below. Leaded glass china cabinet doors are new, by craftsman James McKeown. We added arch in bay window and widened opening to kitchen. Benjamin Moore colors are "Confederate Red"
Tim Andersen restored this Seattle Craftsman dining room by removing the drywall ceiling to expose the original box beams. He also added painted MDF wainscoting with battens, built to the height of the existing windows to flank the stunning built-in buffet.
original box beam ceilings were revealed when drywall was removed. The buffet and flanking windows were original, but new leaded-glass cabinet doors were added by a craftsperson.Artifacts you find in your attic, shed or yard can also provide clues about the people who once lived in your home. Exposed lumber
“the size, open, windows” — amehlhoff
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