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JWT Associates
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M-G Residence
Ideabooks3,038
Questions1
redo windows in S and C's room to take in the view of the pool and back yard. One big bed!
pillows. Troyer integrated custom bookshelves throughout the room and a wall-mounted TV at one side of the daybed, which also has deep drawers and hidden A/C ducting.Woodwork paint: White Dove, Benjamin Moore
“its design” — Ridhi Bhatnagar
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Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 2 Residence
Ideabooks11,938
Questions8
Ça c'est une tablette que jaime
3. Sleek and simple hardware. In modern kitchens you'll most often see C-channel hardware that's integrated into the cabinet, as well as tubular pulls or flat linear pulls. Lots of times the horizontal lines of the cabinets
“Open shelves” — jordanpatterson26
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Courtyard House
Ideabooks3,333
Questions2
like a painting, the modulation between clear glass and channel glass is striking. Channel glass is molten glass that has been rolled and formed into a C shape, and can be used on exterior walls as a structural wall panel. The shape lends it the strength to support itself over greater distances than plate
like a painting, the modulation between clear glass and channel glass is striking. Channel glass is molten glass that has been rolled and formed into a C shape, and can be used on exterior walls as a structural wall panel. The shape lends it the strength to support itself over greater distances than plate
“Lofty!” — ianmiles
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
Lenox Street
Ideabooks9,260
Questions14
5. C-Channel Integrated Wood Pulls These pulls are for the purist who doesn't want to mix too many materials in a kitchen. They're not the most pragmatic choice
wood c-channel integrated wood handles
“LIKE THE LARGE KITCHEN WINDOW” — norris720
DC Interior Decor
Contemporary Living Room
Ideabooks2,024
Questions5
A round sectional in a very snazzy Washington, D.C., living room takes center stage among an almost mischievous mix of modern, antique and cartoonish elements. Round versus straight sofas can be compared to round versus straight dining tables. Both
A round sectional in a very snazzy Washington, D.C., living room takes center stage among an almost mischievous mix of modern, antique and cartoonish elements.Round versus straight sofas can be compared to round
“Sofa” — Sembatya Daniel
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks9,139
Questions8
A marble wall keeps the space feeling cool enough to carry out the thought of an indoor fire. Crank the a/c if anybody questions you once it's lit, as many people don't put "fireplace" and "90-degree weather" in the same sentence.
“white marbling” — Jack-Lori Smithson
Hammond Design
1 Review
Cape Cod Beach House Remodel
Ideabooks1,153
Questions2
in the kitchen. They liked it in that location so we added a countertop above for more useable space. Photo: Brian Tetrault Productions Builder: C&J Hunt Construction
will help you cut down your costs by keeping your home cooler naturally. Pickering’s tips hark back to a lot of the things our grandparents did before A/C existed — making the most of cross breezes, closing shades and drapes at certain times of day to keep the sun from baking a room, strategically planting
“Hardwood with shaker cabinets” — ranihw
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
E. 8th Street House
Ideabooks4,961
Questions5
Wow it's really nyce i'm dyn 2 c
have been around almost since a city’s beginning, and have gone on to influence and set a regional vernacular.Places like Georgetown in Washington, D.C., have historic appeal and are well built. In cities like that, new residents moving into old homes usually remodel the housing stock that’s already available
“concrete coolor” — rainmaking
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