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Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
Ideabooks4,077
Questions6
Full wall with shelve and mirror cabinet
Shower typesOnce you’ve figured out your water system and water pressure, it’s time to actually choose a shower
Full Accent Wall and Cubbies...shower cut out...cut outs...Bathroom cut out
“Stone work contrast of color and texture” — jarnesty
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Geoff Chick & Associates
5 Reviews
Klein Residence
Ideabooks6,298
Questions11
sunlight. But in the situation pictured, it seems that it wouldn't be exposed to full sunlight for large periods of the day, so fading should not be too rapid
In or out, it's one of life's great debates. I prefer the look from the exterior when
can see more of the column and the railing is exposed. Kids can't punch it out because the railing acts like a backstop. If you have dogs or heavy traffic
this could work if I do a full length deck across back of house
where to pit screen . in or out side of railing
This is the perfect front porch. lots of room for relaxing and hanging out with friends. I love it#!
“Back screened porch” — Dorothy Briggs
Paul Davis Architects
2 Reviews
Newport Beach Residence
Ideabooks5,209
Questions4
trying to figure out how kitchen will work with the sliding glass doors
Interesting layout. out/in living with kitchen island next to doors
Like most of the other rooms, the kitchen gets natural light from all sides. Full-height glazing allows light to pour in from the south, filtered by bamboo
easy to control with short exterior overhangs designed to keep direct light out during hotter months. The daylight (and associated heat gain) from east- and
“Sliders” — Mark Kelly
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
Ideabooks4,448
Questions6
by a pro. The fabric is called a sheer and there are many, many choices out there to give you this look. A local interior designer would be happy to
own space. OR, there are sources, such as JC Penney, who have been putting out sheers for a long time. But even there, these would be custom. They're
full wall of sheers; hidden top
“Living” — Diaa Mohamed
Holzman Interiors, Inc.
13 Reviews
225 Fifth Ave Penthouse
Ideabooks4,611
Questions5
any design work in conjunction with painting the space, feel free to reach out.
desk further out than shelves would make the room seem less full
desk gets full width of surface....Desk sticks out...Out bedroom?
“The desk” — smilea122
Living Stone Construction, Inc.
25 Reviews
Living Stone Construction, Inc.
Ideabooks1,792
Questions2
THIS HOUSE AS AN EXAMPLE OF HOW I WANT A NICE HEAVY BOTTOM LOOK (STONE AND FULL) AND A LIGHTER TOP.ALSO, REALLY LIKE THE DECKS/PORCH.
This style works, just take out the stone wall.
ex of living room jutted out and screen porch set in-
full windows
“landscaping” — deyabhijit
Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Caves Valley Three
Ideabooks1,452
Questions0
feet high by 15 feet wide. Use a single fig tree somewhere you'd like a nice full tree.
style. This rotund turret with solid windows makes an amazing exterior jump out and call for further attention. I love this design. I also like that the
feet high by 15 feet wide. Use a single fig tree somewhere you'd like a nice full tree.
Round windows looking out to garden...fig trees as shrubs out front
“bowed room” — rlnj
Lauren Mikus
Denver Highlands Bungalow
Ideabooks6,445
Questions1
This would be perfect for the door leading out to the garage!
ideabook. If your nest will be emptying out anytime in the forseeable future, bookmark this article now. You’ll need it. Full story: Have the Kids Left Home? 16
nostalgia hits me and I find myself missing the busy life of raising kids, I get out my list of the things I’ve always wanted to do and start planning. It usually
you want to do when you find yourself with an empty house is totally freak out and make knee-jerk decisions.” — Mitchell ParkerThis ideabook, about how to
“Like the chalk board idea” — shelley9395
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