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roth sheppard architects
Warner/Erickson Residence
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copper — to coordinate with your bathroom's style. Add to ideabook by roth sheppard architects Your sink trap holds back a little water after each use to keep air from your sewer pipes from coming back into your home. Consistent sink use, from simply running the tap to washing your hands, keeps the system
sink trap holds back a little water after each use to keep air from your sewer pipes from coming back into your home. Consistent sink use, from simply running the tap to washing your hands, keeps the system working well. In seldom-used bathrooms, water in the trap
Your sink trap holds back a little water after each use to keep air from your sewer pipes from coming back into your home. Consistent sink use, from simply running the tap to washing your hands, keeps the system working well. In seldom-used bathrooms, water in the trap slowly evaporates. If you have
“bath” — kitdecor58
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“Outdoor dining table” — dcambron
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks6,354
Questions2
8. Check safety devices. Every home should have a carbon monoxide detector, as well as smoke detectors positioned throughout the house. Take a moment to test that yours are in working order, and change batteries if needed.
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“loft library” — camellia_dancer
Ryan Group Architects
1 Review
Bedroom 02
Ideabooks8,724
Questions8
me but there's something nostalgic about it. The low drawers/cabinets, the big window, the low bed, and the brown/tan palette. This one really hits home to my childhood days.
These window seats are a part of the custom made cabinetry for the home. These were designed by the architect and made by a local cabinet maker. You can see the full-size closet made of cabinets on the far right of the photo, hampers below
Thank you for the kind remarks. We're happy this space 'hits home' for you. Our design goal was making good spaces as well as recalling mid-century aesthetics. Perhaps there is something to the comment that good design can withstand the
“different depths for the seat and cabinet” — melissashouseideas
Clawson Architects, LLC
24 Reviews
Culhane
Ideabooks6,223
Questions16
Featured in Period Homes Magazine, this kitchen is an example of working with the traditional elements of the existing Victorian Period home and within the existing footprint. The Custom cabinets recall the leaded glass windows in the main stair hall and front door.
Hmmm, I'm not the designer here. I really take no credit for any of it. Maybe my architect will chime in. Oh, I bought the towel hanging on the oven :)
ly can not take credit for the paint color on the walls of this job. I can however give you some advic on how to select the perfect color for your home. Take a look at this blog. http://clawsonarchitects.blogspot.com/2012/08/what-color-is-that-how-to-select.html
“Cabinets over hood” — dwheele33
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks2,163
Questions2
This shingle-style home enjoys views up Lake Washington and into Meydenbauer Bay. In response to the sloping, north facing site, the house is elongated east to west to allow south light to penetrate the rooms on the north side. Its three main volumes, each oriented to optimize views and respond to
“Railing with dark center base.” — lisavoorhees
Marcus Gleysteen Architects
1 Review
Reservoir Exterior
Ideabooks4,540
Questions5
front door was custom designed by Marcus Gleysteen Architects.
I'm interested in information about these posts as well. I am renovating the front porch of a mid-century home and am considering a rounded steel post with 6" diameter
Looks like our 57 home !
each home has a nice view
Marcus Gleysteen Architects
“blend of timber and brick” — aliciamallo
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks5,510
Questions9
This classic family home on Olympia’s Boston Harbor is rooted in the architectural traditions of the shingle style. It speaks of longevity, commitment, generosity and family gatherings over time. Built on a dramatic site with views across Puget Sound to the Olympic Mountains, the house sits at the edge
Our homes are all custom designed to fit the site, family needs and local regulations.
“Entrance” — clozar
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