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Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
East Village Studio
Ideabooks1,767
Questions2
Hey, I was just wondering where you got that chair, thanks. p.s this apartment you did is one of if not my favorite of apartments, awesome. and i dont use that word lightly :D
Office area in NYC Apartment which doesn't dominate the space but flows beautifully.
“white cupboards and wooden desktop” — menno68
Mikel Irastorza
Spanish apartment
Ideabooks3,305
Questions7
Apartment with scandi style and classic mouldings
Modern Spanish Apartment
Spanish apartment
“Credenza” — lmaltz
CCS ARCHITECTURE
6 Reviews
SOHO Condominium
Ideabooks2,167
Questions8
Ummm Kind of looks like the colors already in your apartment!
Modern Minimalist Apartment
“love the deep bleu” — andrelyne
International Custom Designs
9 Reviews
Walnut Residence
Ideabooks2,081
Questions1
If you live in a basement apartment with no windows, or only have views of a brick wall, try to invest in a fish tank. Even a laptop screen saver or videos of an aquarium can give you
Get a fish tank. If you live in a base­ment apart­ment with no win­dows, or only have views of a brick wall, try to in­vest in a fish tank. Au­gustin even sug­gests a lap­top
Get a fish tank. If you live in a basement apartment with no windows, or only have views of a brick wall, try to invest in a fish tank. Augustin even suggests a laptop screen saver or videos of an aquarium can give you a mental boost.Tell us: How do you get your hit of nature at home?More: 19 Dream Window
“fish tank” — francesca4
K2 Design
Captiva House
Ideabooks25,689
Questions7
possible. Creating niches is a great way to utilize space you might not even know you have. Inside your walls are studs, and they are usually 16 inches apart, while the depth of the stud plus the drywall on the front of it gives you a little over 4 inches in depth. If this is an interior wall that does not
possible. Creating niches is a great way to utilize space you might not even know you have. Inside your walls are studs, and they are usually 16 inches apart, while the depth of the stud plus the drywall on the front of it gives you a little over 4 inches in depth. If this is an interior wall that does not
eating niches is a great way to use space you might not even know you have. Inside your walls are studs, and they are usually about 40 centimetres apart, while the depth of the stud plus the drywall on the front of it gives you a little over 10 centimetres in depth. If this is an interior wall that
“Niches” — marcyjune
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Michelle Konar's Upper West Side Studio
Ideabooks3,755
Questions5
maybe the most creative studio / tiny apartement I've seen
Upper West Side Studio Apartment
studio apartment
“multiple canvases to fill long wall” — neetasood
Maneli Wilson Interiors
Maneli Wilson Interiors
Ideabooks5,518
Questions7
Hi! Love this design! We are evaluating building a lofted sleeping area in our apartment. Our ceilings are only 12.5", so we hope to find a design that maximizes the head room both below and in the loft. Can you share the dimensions
high ceiling loft in small apartment
Cool apartment
“walls” — edsangalli
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Cody
Ideabooks1,794
Questions2
feel sorta fancy,” says homeowner Cody Derrick. The gray tones, fantastic finished wood, long mirror and lithograph set a moody, luxe tone his Utah apartment. You also learn right off the bat that Derrick is not afraid of bold graphic wallpaper and that you’re likely to see more antlers inside.
sorta fancy,” says homeowner Cody Derrick. The gray tones, fantastic finished wood, long mirror and lithograph set a moody, luxe tone his Utah apartment. You also learn right off the bat that Derrick is not afraid of bold graphic wallpaper and that you’re likely to see more antlers inside. See
feel sorta fancy,” says homeowner Cody Derrick. The gray tones, fantastic finished wood, long mirror and lithograph set a moody, luxe tone his Utah apartment. You also learn right off the bat that Derrick is not afraid of bold graphic wallpaper and that you’re likely to see more antlers inside.See the rest
“masculine, modern, craftsman update” — Meep Meeps
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