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DHV Architects
4 Reviews
Kitchen remodelling in South Bristol
Ideabooks3,917
Questions5
reflect sunlight from the dining room into the narrow kitchen and keep with the space's streamlined feel. Sticking with Ikea cabinetry helped keep the couple on budget, too — the items and materials for the kitchen cost less than $6,200. Oven, range, fridge, stove, freezer: Bosch; sink, tap: Franke
reflect sunlight from the dining room into the narrow kitchen and keep with the space’s streamlined feel. Sticking with Ikea cabinetry helped keep the couple on budget, too. Oven, range, fridge, stove, freezer: Bosch; sink, tap: Franke
“glass splashbacks?” — craigbolland
Lisa Nieschlag "Liz & Jewels"
Remodeling house in Germany
Ideabooks2,227
Questions1
The insulated attic doubles as a guest room and a reading nook. The attic was a DIY project; the couple ripped out the old insulation, sanded down the beams and painted white the wood in between.
The insulated attic doubles as a guest room and a reading nook. The attic was a DIY project; the couple ripped out the old insulation, sanded down the beams and painted the wood in between white.
“The low cabinets” — doyline75
MANDARINA STUDIO interior design
5 Reviews
Cambridge Residence
Ideabooks9,445
Questions14
I don't know for sure, but it looks like the "Upside Down Chandelier" on the Horchow website. There are a couple different versions there, and you may be able to search under that name and find other sources.
matters to you and if you'll sacrifice crummy day time colour for good night time colour (if you'll mainly use the room at night, for example). Or get a couple more sample pots until you find a colour that looks nice at all times (sample pots are pricey but being unhappy with it for years/repainting the wall
“Keep areas beneath furniture free and clear to make the area feel bigger.” — Sandy Hindy
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Ideabooks6,536
Questions2
Put a couple lanterns on the sides and instantly you have resort getaway in your backyard or lovely dinner with family or friends
not as modern but like how they used a couple different design elements to break up the retaining wall.
“Courtyard” — James Lundin
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Alameda Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks2,667
Questions4
The couple loves the look of a chunky wooden staircase, but they achieved this design with an unconventional material, Parallam. Parallam is typically reserved for structural beams and is usually hidden by drywall, but the couple loved the look and especially the texture
“Could be the most beautiful tile I've ever seen. A perfect blue!” — lizzbush
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks1,761
Questions2
Photo Credit: Holger Obenaus Description: Built as a refuge for a busy California couple, this creek-side cottage was constructed on land populated with ancient live oaks; sited to preserve the oaks and accentuate the creek-side vistas. The owners wanted their Kiawah home to be less formal than their
their primary residence, ensuring that it would accommodate 3 – 4 vacationing couples. Volumes, room shapes and arrangements provide classical symmetries, while careful detailing with variations in colors, finishes and furnishings provide soothing spaces for relaxation.
“Idea para terraza exterior con piscina” — lgamero
frankovitchjm
Open Floor Plan Living Room Pittsburgh
Ideabooks12,552
Questions8
Only a couple steps separates this living room and this kitchen with dining island beyond. In the far distance, where a curving wood wall can be glimpsed, is a sitting room a couple steps down from the kitchen. This gives this central space more
“flooring” — miyansanj
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Eberhart
Ideabooks3,283
Questions2
beautifully designed! John, here are a couple pics you might enjoy
I like the steel banisters coupled with the wooden stairs.
“Handrail” — stellatripodi
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