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Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
skyline. Layering rooms with each other as well as circulation galleries, insures seclusion while allowing stunning downtown views. The owners' goals of creating a home with a contemporary flow and finish while providing a warm setting for daily life was accomplished through mixing warm natural finishes such
Flat roof overhang to create covered areas
Extend roof to create modern classy look.
“Charcoal wood and orange” — Carolyn Breeze
Tucker & Marks
Enchanted Oaks
pillow and even the throw — all work together to create a feeling that says, “Come in and relax.” One of the delightful things about decorating with linens is that because they all get along very well, you can mix them with complete abandon. All white creates a fantastic look, but printed, striped, checked
checked, embroidered and monogrammed linens will all work together to create a look that is unique to you.
“Gingham with floral” — jamieannwood
Studio One-Off Architecture & Design
Open living room
These are "Wedge" fixtures, made by Belfer. 150 Watt tungsten halogen lamps are used. These are really all about creating ambient light, because their primary purpose is to illuminate the ceiling, for indirect lighting. Besides the little pool of light on the wall just
Nice way to create a focal point other than the tv.
8. Reduce noise. Your newly finished basement has the potential to affect the rest of your house with noise, particularly if you create a media or play room. Installing sound insulation into the basement ceiling can help. Higuera also suggests using RC channel, which is a long piece
“Pic” — ycyruiz45
Structure Home
2 Reviews
Brentwood, CA 3
topography, the natural contour of this property has 12 feet of elevation fall from the front to the back of the property. Inspired by our client’s goal to create direct connection between the interior living areas and the exterior living spaces/gardens, the solution came with a gradual stepping down of the home
great room and morning room…both overlooking and making direct connection to a lush and magnificent yard. In addition, the steps down within the home created higher ceilings and expansive glass onto the yard area beyond the back of the structure. As you will see in the photographs of this home, the family
“blinds” — genevieveko128
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
create spaces for tables in courtyard
Partier garden created with boxwood
to take, thanks to an ocher-glazed urn placed at the center of the path. How nice that four live oak trees were already in place to flank the urn, creating a hard-to-ignore destination in the garden.
“This is way too much upkeep!” — kbattle64
Sally Stoik Landscape Architect
Create a fireplace centerpiece. like the curved stonework. grow trees to hide retaining wall.
Different levels created by retaining wall
like how covered porch opens to patio space and creates private seating area by fp
“fireplace concept, or another fire element” — Studio 81 International
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
tineke triggs
See the pottery barn kids Belden bed for the same idea. you use the bottom as a platform and then create a fabric headboard for behind the head. I have twins too. See www.ziccibea.com for an adorable reversible red white and blue bedding set to use for
of your ceilings would be to place the rod as high as possible. In this room, placing it right under the crown molding allows the curtain panels to create the illusion of higher ceilings. If your room has low ceilings and you have no crown molding, you would take the rod to the very top of the wall.
provides a sense of privacy and separation between the two double beds. If the beds take up much of the room's space, utilize the room beneath them to create as much storage as possible, like the designer did in this example.
“Colour on ceiling” — Redesign London Limited
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
When your home is on a busy street, creating a peaceful backyard space begins with the right fence. If you want to allow some light in, pick a fence with small gaps between boards (or even a
Opaque panels look like glass, but I suspect they are some kind of unbreakable material. By slightly spacing each horizontal panel, the designer created an interesting see-through effect. This detail pairs beautifully with the dark-stained wood posts and more traditional fencing at the left.
Block a Street ViewWhen your home is on a busy street, creating a peaceful backyard space begins with the right fence. If you want to allow some light in, pick a fence with small gaps between boards (or even a
“glass screen for courtyard” — willy_abbott
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