26 ars ex machina Home Design Photos

Design Studio -Teri Koss
8 Reviews
Masterbath
Ideabooks1,116
Questions2
9. Put flower vases in un­ex­pected places. A flower ar­range­ment on the din­ing room ta­ble is nice, but a dis­play liven­ing up a hall­way, foyer or b
73;ful­ness and hos­pi­tal­ity. In a pinch you can even pur­chase (or cut your own) flow­ers and split them up for two ar­range­ments to spread cheery trop­i­cal fla­vor around the home. If you have a plant in the gar­den with fra­grant
“Pat” — esperanza48
Celtic Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Clear Creek Country Club Home
Ideabooks8,503
Questions15
This is a real stone from Schwartz stone in Springdale AR., it's called "Shot Rock" and is actually more gray in color.
questions posted on Houzz. Should have guessed you are an Arkansan! WPS and great job on this lovely home in Clear Creek. Paula Johnson Glasgow Little Rock, AR
“like rounded castle looking feature” — tracymcraven21
Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
Ideabooks6,970
Questions2
Ar Choo
“stunner” — Aunt Anne
Loudon County Interior Designer
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The Olivers House
Ideabooks2,351
Questions1
in this room, and you’ve got a pretty hum­ble plas­ter­board box. The black ceil­ing adds ar­chi­tec­tural in­ter­est where none ex­isted and makes the space feel far more in­ter­est­ing.
“edgy” — leemiller
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks1,031
Questions1
a pyra­mi­dal shape, so it's easy to fit in nar­row ar­eas. "For the front yard, my fa­vorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chan­ti­cleer pear," says Sims. "It soft­ens the ex­panse of a drive­way to help min­i­mize hard­scape
“possibly pavers” — barbcerulo
Robinette Architects, Inc.
The Light House I
Ideabooks1,339
Questions2
fac­ing the street. This pa­tio is sim­i­lar to the pri­vate-fac­ing porches or log­gias of Span­ish colo­nial ar­chi­tec­ture.
Sig­nif­i­cant to the style also is a cov­ered pa­tio on the rear el­e­va­tion, as seen in this ex­am­ple. This was an ob­vi­ous con­trast to the Prairie and Crafts­man houses, which fre­quently had gen­er­ous
“Back porch” — piperhome
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
Ideabooks3,766
Questions4
, steel can also be used in land­scapes. Richard Serra's sculp­tures, made of weath­er­ing steel, are fit­ting ex­am­ples. The ar­chi­tects here have used it as a clean edge to de­fine ter­races and ne­go­ti­ate changes in el­
“Stairs to grass” — annsca3
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Last House on the Left
Ideabooks4,265
Questions4
All Artistic photos on wall, no family photos. Maybe buy art that has meaning to us? ex. golf, sports, letters
Stair ar
“Piano under staircase” — cgburke22
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