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105,072 beam Home Design Photos
Zugai Strudwick Architects
'Zelda' Cooks Hill
rear of a Federation Arts & Crafts house. Skylights filter light from above, an opening on one side of the pavilion allows ventilation, and wooden beams connect the extension to the home’s Arts & Crafts heritage.
exterior living spaces.1. The "doorway" appears in the form of a simple arbor. Two vertical posts are erected on substantial pedestals. The header beams are aligned with the roof, giving the structure the ideal scale. A few trellis-like crossbeams lend interest and invite a vine to climb their heights
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
and lamp make this room pop with joy.Also note that the window and door trim has been painted a strong contrasting color. Unexpected hues on trim, beams, windowsills — even radiators — can create depth and visually expand the room.
JALIN Design, LLC
Prairie Inspired Lower Level
looked to his personal favorite style, Arts and Crafts. "I incorporated a little West Coast Arts and Crafts from Greene and Greene with the exposed beams and joists I used to create the interior pergola," he says.
The Gerardis tore down the bearing wall that stood between the kitchen and great room. A 700-pound beam that runs parallel to the kitchen pendant lights replaced the wall. It was costly but necessary to achieve an open, family-friendly space. Sofa, coffee table: Blue Moon Trading Company More about
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Darci Goodman Design
San Clemente Remodel
leaving no dark spots or unlit zones. The ceiling height will determine the placement, because each light will cast a pool of light according to its beam spread. Tip: Add recessed lighting to any room that needs more lighting than is available from natural light sources. If you are budget conscious, consider
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With such a huge remodel, The homeowner and his team faced a number of challenges. “Ours were numerous, from designing around beams in less-than-ideal locations, to existing structural imperfections, and from crooked walls to uneven stair treads,” says the homeowner. He didn’t let any of that stop him