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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
mathews master entry
Ideabooks10,241
Questions8
and light from the bath and laundry room. In our mid-century/contemporary home, a wood door with a frosted insert brings the style down, not up.
I love this look. Are all transition doors in this home, like these doors? Commercial store front black frame Thanks so much. Elena
That was actually a temporary sconce ! I like it too. It was from either Home Depot or Lowes
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to Hugh for sharing this beautiful home with us today! See more Austin homes: A Taste of Bali in Austin Historic Home in Austin
steel. The design remains inviting through the addition of small pops of color from the vase of flowers and a canvas hung above the bed. More design ideas
Blu Dot Strut Table | Design Public...I really like the lattice design.
“duru Irena sviesos sklaidai” — As Gintare
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Brenda Olde
Bahamian Open House
Ideabooks2,588
Questions2
Dave and Phoebe also designed the home with Hurricane protection in mind: “Due to the complete destruction of the two largest houses in this part of Abaco
Feels like home - taste of Italian farm house
kitchen. This home is 2 small structures with a deck between.
The couple designed their home with hurricane protection in mind. “Due to the complete destruction of the two largest houses in this part of Abaco during
and the bedrooms and baths are under another. Decks surround the entire home. "This accomplished two of our objectives: smaller, lower roofs and greater
“love everything!” — HULU Construction & Management, LLC
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
Houzz Tour: A Labor of Modern Love in Costa Mesa
Ideabooks1,950
Questions6
$900 - retails for over 1350. Email me if you are interested. Thanks, Designs By Pjetur pjetur_sigurdson@yahoo.com
Lumens; countertops: Blizzard, Caesarstone; Bar stools: Onda, Design Within Reach
IKEA compatible design using the white glossy and dark oak flat panels, white Ceasar Stone/manufactured
Inspired by Eichler Homes and modern designer Jeff Lewis, the couple designed the home themselves, with the help of architect Arlene Edjourian of AMK Studio
midcentury design, complete with Jonathan Adler accessories and one of their favorite splurges — a Saarinen Tulip Table.Bar stools: Onda, Design Within Reach;
Studio. The redesigned great room checks off both of Catherine's design priorities: ample built-in storage to hide clutter and a clean, minimalistic look
“Floor” — jackiengibson
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
High Street front
Ideabooks6,503
Questions11
The entry and sidelights were custom designed and built by the contractor's sub. Sorry I don't know who that was. Thanks
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white exteriors. Whether colonial, federal, Georgian or Greek revival, these home styles are emblematic of the age of enlightenment and the search for truth
Matching garage door to home color...entry door design with side windows
“Garage door” — nikimmorton
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
Mill Valley
Ideabooks5,743
Questions11
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
above and scroll through all the comments, you'll see it - "Throughout the home, the owners wanted a mostly neutral palette, which allows the colors of Owen's
out. Asked about numerous appearances of animal hides and faux fur in the home, Triggs explains, "When you have to stay with neutral palette, the next idea
artist. Tineke Triggs of Artistic Designs for Living designed this home for her good friend, artist Tjasa Owen. "Tjasa's home is all about her family and their
Throughout the home, the owners wanted a mostly neutral palette, which allows the colors of Owen's
out. Asked about numerous appearances of animal hides and faux fur in the home, Triggs explains, "When you have to stay with neutral palette, the next idea
“Doors to outside” — Cheryl Rowton
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Kingsway Home
Ideabooks8,195
Questions11
Lisa Petrole Photography Designed by: decoranddesign.ca
I love the look of your fireplace style and would love to put that in my home. Could you tell me what style,make, or model number. I would love to have
Hi! I am the photographer for this project. The designer is Laura Hay and she can help you with your design questions.
credits you will see the interior designers name and information. Thanks.
Hi sorry you would need to ask the designer Laura Hay. I am the photographer
you would need to ask the designer Laura Hay at decoranddesign.ca
Hi! I am the photographer for this project. The designer is Laura Hay and she can
have to ask the designer. I'm the photographer for this project.
Hi, I am the photographer for this project. For any of the design questions you would
“White curtains” — jeynelleb
Lucy Call
My Houzz: The Thorns
Ideabooks465
Questions2
Photo: Lucy Call © 2014 Houzz Design: Imbue Design
all the appliances could be hidden. “One of the joys of designing our home was the ability to place products and furniture to fit in precisely
Designing so everything has a place where it goes. Awesome lighting. Stark walls
Christi, so all the appliances could be hidden. “One of the joys of designing our home was the ability to place products and furniture to fit in precisely
Nate Taylor from N8 Brand Designs
“Pendant lights” — bethtefft
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
Ideabooks7,479
Questions6
My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
ago the term "cocooning" arose in the home design world. Home life shifted as people spent more time at home. "Home was a safe place, a refuge and where
have been treated with a wood stain. Because of limited storage space — the home doesn't have a basement — they added storage cabinets wherever possible,
kitchen." "When the walls came down, the kitchen became an integral part of the home," says Petrie. Kitchens soon became the center of the house — the room that
showcased a shift to a more casual lifestyle," says Andrea Dixon of Fiddlehead Design Group. "People weren't afraid to expose reality — i.e., a messy kitchen
“foot print” — tdweseman
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