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LDa Architecture & Interiors
6 Reviews
Rocky Ledge Exterior
Ideabooks11,214
Questions5
color scheme with just the cream/black. Please any ideas on a similar perfect cream paint color similar to this! thank you!! This is such a beautiful home and I do not see anything like it! So beautiful!!
The house is divided into two main levels with a walk-out basement underneath. The site is on a significant slope, so the LDa designed the home so that the full three stories are really only visible from the back, ocean-facing side. Because of the site's slope, it was a significant challenge for the
“Fireplace” — chereclarke
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Living Room
Ideabooks368
Questions0
Chair ( 1006 Chair) | Design Public
industrial design student influenced how you designed your home?Daniel Vianna: From a young age, younger than most, I have been interested in everything from furniture to building. I am 30 years old now, so I think it isn’t so much of being an architecture student that has influenced my personal design, but
but that my design has driven me to be a student — to always learn more.
“oval dining table with different modern chairs” — monittinha
Mark WIlliams Design Associates
2 Reviews
Morningside Renovation
Ideabooks3,086
Questions4
3. Design a home officeIf you’ve always wanted a place to cook the books, pull out an old cupboard or take out unused shelving and give that alcove the purpose it
Mark WIlliams Design Associates
Home office
“Command central” — stan1965
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Wicker Park Residence
Ideabooks5,582
Questions10
for three cars on the ground level and a live-work space above, connected by a new spiral stair enclosed in a glass-and-brick addition. Sustainable design strategies include high R-value spray foam insulation, geothermal HVAC systems, and provisions for future solar panels. Photos (c) Eric Hausman.
It looks really close to Sherman Williams Popular Grey. We have it through out our home.
Reflect your house's history in current design. Houses designed with a connection to their location don't ignore local human history. Linking to the past puts us in a positive mood.More: Design Your Home to Appeal to the Senses
“Pocket doors” — michelle_dan
Nolan Painting Inc.
6 Reviews
Interior Paint Projects
Ideabooks6,837
Questions13
Thanks for responding. We unfortunately did not decorate this home only painted the interior.
guides to countertops. If you want to see something in person, check out what's available at your local stone yard, kitchen and bathroom design showrooms, and home improvement stores.Shown: Soapstone and butcher block counter; linear glass tile mosaic backsplash
Houzz guides to benchtops. If you want to see something in person, check out what’s available at your local stone yard, kitchen and bathroom design showrooms, and home improvement stores.Shown: Soapstone and butcher’s block benchtop; linear glass tile mosaic splashback
“counters not too black, more dark charcoal, with white cabinets like the one's I like” — jillandtroy
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Larkin Street Residence
Ideabooks14,203
Questions6
Stick with the overall design of your home. It wouldn't make sense for there to be a cushioned bench, fluffy pillows and overstuffed chairs in this modern space. Decorating the stair landing with beautiful photography works with the design of this home.
Stairs landing design
“Stairs” — lindalgraff
Niche Interiors
23 Reviews
Glamorous Pacific Heights Apartment
Ideabooks5,591
Questions5
Bold color isn't for every design scheme, home or family. But that doesn't mean your sofa has to be boring. Adding a detail like tufting will instantly add oomph to the most ordinary neutral fabric.
Sofa design...folding door design
“Folding double doors to bedroom” — Mish Andrews
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Drew
Ideabooks7,797
Questions3
If you’re designing a home or adding molding yourself, consider installing it on curved windows and corners for a two-toned wall with a little extra personality.
window seat design.
“Window seat” — annooanand
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