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at The Brick House, is a study in restraint. The sheepskin throws add softness and interest to the two butterfly chairs and add a vaguely Western vibe to the space.
the house that started it all. the-brick-house.com
modern, The Brick House, living room
in the Brick House inspired this ideabook - I love the look of two tables in a social space. I also love these particular tables, especially the glass-topped one. These bright Butterfly chairs add curves and color to this boxy modern building. Want to dress up your Butterfly? throw a little sheepskin
in the Brick House inspired this ideabook - I love the look of two tables in a social space. I also love these particular tables, especially the glass-topped one.
“seating group” — Dalia Nishimori
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interesting modern wood fencing/railing on a traditional brick
good exterior idea for plain ranch house
lined up porch on brick home
The Brick House. I am resisting being a cheeseball and adding Commodores lyrics with every bone in my body right now and it is KILLING me!
The brick house went all white with wood accents.
The Brick House's magical transformation (by the way, Morgan wanted me to emphasize that she has not started landscaping the yard yet!)
“entrance wood” — Youssef Sameh Aboualghar
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Brick House. Great diy ideas on this blog
Morgan over at the Brick House made that awesome modern chandelier using instructions from lighting designer Lindsey Adelman.
The Brick House has found a great mix of the metal-legged chairs. She and "the boy" even crafted their own Lindsey Adelman-inspired light fixture to
“The chairs!” — erdmanje0621
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l the Brick House residents like Eames rockers.
>The Brick House's dog is a fan.
The Brick House's Iggy demonstrates a strong puppy talent: finding the warmest sun spot in the house and spending the day in it.
in the house, it really wouldn't hurt to offer the dog a warm, comfortable seat in the house — preferably one that you're willing to get a bit of dog hair on or one that's easy to clean ...
“cheap chair just for pet?” — dance13021
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These shelves are a DIY project. The instructions and materials can be found at: the-brick-house.com
the brick house diy shelving
on The Brick House and this similar industrial shelving project.
out The Brick House blog.
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“shelves” — rjacomev
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
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recycled brick walls on the left) and in roofline (the top-floor master bedroom on the right); he found inspiration in the bullnose profiles of the roofs that cap the verandas on Edwardian houses.
In many cases in the U.S., architects’ hands are tied by specific edicts. “Houses in historic districts
their brick house. They desired a new living, dining and kitchen space that would become, in Chan's words, "the nucleus of the home," so it was clear what needed to be done. But a diagonal easement cutting across the rear yard meant the new addition had to be shaped to create the most square footage
“Bricks Curve” — bearwoodman
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want the bricks around the planters. Perhaps with grass or moss in between instead though.
the look at the end of the house and what the fence will look like
The Brick House shows you how to make a fire pit rather easily and inexpensively.
The fire pit was a D.I.Y. project at The Brick House. Check out her blog to see how they did it!
“Inexpensive patio” — rozsquires
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midcentury brick house has a deep overhanging roof that protects its occupants from the harsh sun. With simple screens at the outer edge of the porch, the exterior space is transformed into an open-air corridor. It's all the more effective thanks to the banded shadow play when the sun shines through the open
This simple midcentury brick house has a deep overhanging roof that protects its occupants from the harsh sun. With simple screens at the outer edge of the porch, the exterior space is transformed into an open-air corridor. It's all the more effective thanks to the banded shadow
at The Brick House, slats of wood add a wonderful contrasting detail to the front of the home and offer protection from the California's desert sun.
“screening” — cspowell
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