2,718 alteration Home Design Photos

Alterstudio
1 Review
Scout Island
Ideabooks1,724
Questions2
" says Alter. It's its own special world, he says, so that once you leave the neighborhood and walk across the pool of water into this home, "everything outside is left behind you."
“Spacing and coloring of walkway slabs.” — fireytris
LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
Rocky Ledge Entry
Ideabooks7,976
Questions5
dramatically alter its appearance for the better. The use of glossy black to emphasize the beautiful millwork and oval window on this home is inspired. Consider how to use the positive-negative shapes of your architecture to create a similar effect.More:Old-School Design: Frame Your Garden View
“black trim” — Sam Kachmar Architects
Shannon Malone
Kitchen Overview
Ideabooks1,096
Questions3
architectural alterations, except in the kitchen. The center room divider was originally a solid wall separating the dining room and kitchen, a traditional setup in Victorian architecture. But for Lock, it was important to turn this part of the home into a modern social area by joining the two rooms.Providing
“color scheme” — Julie Franks_Murray
450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence
Ideabooks3,503
Questions2
rather than altering the land to fit the house.
“Path” — Crystal Rycroft
Tatiana Takaeva
8538 Ruete Monte Carlo
Ideabooks1,460
Questions4
not be altered.
“If we go glass, can we go all glass? Looks slick” — clairturk
Joel Snayd
3 Reviews
Sleeping Loft - Kid's Hangout Spot
Ideabooks14,816
Questions9
semipermanent alterations just aren't an option, accessories are your best friend. The yellow vanity, chair, stool and shower accessories infuse this otherwise all-white bathroom with a sunny brightness, while the shower curtain gives it a sophisticated, tailored finish.See more yellow, gray and white rooms
“I like the grey and yellow! And the wood across the top of the window” — akzender
Alterstudio
1 Review
Scout Island
Ideabooks19,208
Questions18
" says Alter. "You have to make sure to articulate the materials in a certain way."
“Window” — seanreuben
Alterstudio
1 Review
Scout Island
Ideabooks2,425
Questions2
" says Alter. While brick was used to enclose certain parts of the home, it was also used decoratively. Here, brickwork on the front entryway plays with light and shadows.
“Blocks” — liyana27
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