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A+B KASHA Designs
Normandy House
up and connect the kitchen, dining and living room into a single great room. Light fixture: made of silicon chip boards by a French designer
“Floor color” — billflloyd66
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LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
Classic Hyannisport Residence Kitchen
leg is connected to the island base cabinets by using an apron again both here and across the overhang above the stools. This simple detail gives this island a very distinctive look; if this island had corbels instead, the entire style would be altered. Because there's a sink on the side of this island
“switch up countertops--marble on the majority and black on the island” — leavittr
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: 140 year old mud brick home
doors connect the old house with the new addition. The new living area is a large, open space, but it retains the character of the old cottage through the use of old red bricks for flooring, plus paneled windows and gabled beams.
“open floor plan” — maryperl
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen transformation
a good connection to the social spaces in the house — or both."Aim to have at least 18 inches of counter space on either side before putting in other appliances — with the exception of an undercounter dishwasher, of course, which works perfectly right next to the sink.
“Windos” — rbond421
Gage Homes Inc.
New Construction
hinge on a connection to cabinetry, it can be hung at any level that makes the most sense.
“White rustic cabinets” — Lowe’s of Milford, Oh
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Brown Residence
visual connections and materials. On this outdoor patio, a steel staircase, exposed concrete and flagstones relate back to the house via texture and color. Logs for the fire pit are cleverly stored beneath a sidewalk. To the right, there's a grill and another patio with a dining area.
“fire pit” — noftsger
Grossman Photography
Interior Design - Residential Photography
because it connects the residents to the tropical surroundings far below and detracts from the sterility of the cityscape. The pair of plants provides grounding symmetry in this open space, as well as adds vertical interest, which is always an important element in any room.
“Love the sleek look.” — laowens1
WaterMark Coastal Homes, LLC
4 Reviews
St. Phillips Place
direct connection to the classical revival architecture of the past. Notice the slight asymmetry achieved with a composition of five columns, as opposed to the more common arrangement of four or six. The entrance door stays on axis to its corresponding columns but is off center to the whole elevation
“cottage elevation” — Kenneth Heidtmann
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