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Going Home To Roost
use of our cubbyholes for foyer/ could hold shoes and paint different colors? mirror over this area facing front door
High ceilings, plenty of south-facing windows and white walls allow Forkner to layer in her handmade patchwork quilts with various patterns and colors in the living room. Vines crawling up and around the exterior are visible from the living room thanks to its unadorned windows. The stunning view of
The quirky with the mundane: an Ikea console covered in a bright runner, a Craftsman couch facing a modern sofa, old-fashioned quilts and modern patterns. It's a mishmash that works.Take a tour of this barn house
High ceilings, plenty of south-facing windows and white walls allow Forkner to layer in her handmade patchwork quilts with various patterns and colours in the living room. Vines crawling
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create an intimate seating arrangement perfect for conversation. With space at the end of this dining table, one can’t help but include two seats face-to-face at the fireplace.
Two facing wingbacks share an ottoman and prime spot by the fire, creating a perfect place for coffee with a friend. The chairs' wings create a mini sitting room within a room.
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
The island was thoughtfully designed to face the outdoors for a pleasant view while cooking. “I wanted a large island and a large table that could seat 12 for breakfast,” she says. “
based her palette around that, adding touches of blue to make the decor feel “perfectly beachy,” she says. The island was thoughtfully designed to face the outdoors for a pleasant view while cooking. “I wanted a large island and a large table that could seat 12 for breakfast,” she says.
then based her palette around that, adding touches of blue to make the decor feel “perfectly beachy,” she says. The island was thoughtfully designed to face the outdoors for a pleasant view while cooking. “I wanted a large island and a large table that could seat 12 for breakfast,” she says. “At a beach
D.R.M. Design Build, Inc.
Weston Historic District
another way to connect. make door to mudroom where door 1 is now and then move stairs to basement facing forward.
heating and cooling bills as well. A south-facing home will maximize natural light — though a north-facing home can be just as bright if the main living space is in the back of the home and there are ample windows all around. In hot climates a north-facing home with deep eaves may be preferable to keep
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
like this layout also, facing the view, like the cab on legs, very simplistic and quiet
back side of the home faces Oregon's coastal mountain range, so Schnell and his team opened up this house to take advantage of those views and the beautiful Northwestern light. The kitchen island was designed with ample counter space so that prep work could be done while facing the view. Upper cabinetry
backed by several layers, or plys, of more wood. This layered system makes engineered wood more stable than solid wood and less likely to warp when faced with temperature changes and humidity. Look for FSC-certified and formaldehyde-free options.
Danny Broe Architect
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
I love the bay window opening into the yard. Also loving the kitchen facing the garden!
AFTER: The north-facing bay window (important in the Southern Hemisphere) fills the space with sunlight. Broe even installed a small window at counter level to capture extra light and illuminate the workspace. The Tasmanian oak flooring added throughout the house has a matte finish for a light and airy
AFTER 2: The north-facing bay window fills the space with sunlight. Broe even installed a small window at benchtop level to capture extra light and illuminate the workspace
a new house from scratch, you should look into positioning all of your living areas – the kitchen, lounge room and dining room – so they are north facing. This way you can make the most of the sunlight, which will ensure the rooms you use the most are also the ones that retain heat once the sun goes
Paul Davis Architects
Newport Beach Residence
I don't know what it is about this kitchen, but it puts a smile on my face. The retro look maybe?
who doesn't love a gorgeous light-filled space?North- and south-facing windows are optimal for bringing in natural light. Northern light is softer and unaccompanied by glare or direct light (which brings with it heat). South-facing windows can introduce direct light, but that light is easy to control
control with short exterior overhangs designed to keep direct light out during hotter months. The daylight (and associated heat gain) from east- and west-facing windows is the toughest to control but can be counteracted with exterior vegetation or window coverings.
Maybe just one shelf in kitchen for beautiful veggie cookbooks to face forward....
Line them up face firstBook covers are often beautifully designed, so use them as artworks by lining them up facing outwards. This works especially well with children’s books, as kids can easily spot and grab them,
Use shallow shelves Bright, colourful books and magazines are given pride of place on this bookcase. By displaying them facing outwards, you’ll be able to see titles at a glance as well as enjoying the cover designs.