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Normal Projects
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Unfolding Apartment
Ideabooks2,582
Questions2
a quick swivel of a double-duty living room chair. The screen allows light to come through when needed, and can close up for ultimate privacy when guests are sleeping on the daybed in the living room. One of the biggest challenges in this project was getting the large pre-made pieces of the cabinetry
“Right hand office column” — bdcousineau
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Tim Cuppett Architects
11 Reviews
Historic House
Ideabooks8,131
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This historic home in Austin, Texas welcomes guests with a pleasing light blue entryway. Notice how they same color is used on the walls, trim, door and even on the bench.
“Stratton Blue BM” — pollyhowerton
New Mood Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Mood Design
Ideabooks5,243
Questions6
cold climate? Warm up your dining room with the color of heat — a bold orange-yellow. No matter how frightful the weather gets outside, you and your guests will remain warm and cozy.
“Floor is similar to ours” — sandra_d67
Dewson Construction Company
5 Reviews
English Country House
Ideabooks8,330
Questions10
8. Set it up for entertaining. Arrange different conversational seating areas in your sunroom for year-round outdoor entertaining. Guests will gladly enjoy the view from every perspective and will never feel left out of the group.
“Sunroom” — shellybellshell
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Spokane Midcentury - Mary Jean & Joel E. Ferris, II House
Ideabooks3,783
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A Japanese-inspired meditative garden sits between the carport and the home, greeting guests. "My mom was always very proud that Halprin picked each of these boulders out himself," says Sam Ferris. "He was very specific about the placement."
“Rock milch” — lisa lane
Actual Size Projects
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Country Crib
Ideabooks5,995
Questions4
The house sees its fair share of weekend and summer guests, so Gotlieb maximized the availability and functionality of public spaces. The most coveted lounging area in the house is the covered porch on the second floor, a lovely spot for watching the rain fall.
“Stand of lights across beams with separate switches.” — new27
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks7,580
Questions10
to be part of the wall. Assuming this hallway leads to a closet area, this sliding door acts as a great and quick way to hide a messy wardrobe when guests happen to pop over.
“Slidi ng door” — oscarperez5
Elad Gonen
1 Review
patio
Ideabooks11,158
Questions10
On the other hand, a roof can also be a relief for guests when the sun is particularly brutal. This setup provides shade from the heat while still letting everyone enjoy the outdoors.
“great patio” — blonde1072
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