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Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Greenwich Residence - Magazine Spread
like this flow to closet or bathroom
The access to closet
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
We are an award winning kitchens/baths designed to suit your lifestyle! The heart of the home is always the kitchen-Let our 20 yrs of experience help you create a kitchen that is as easy as beautiful.
Arturo Palombo Architecture
Barn Restoration in Harding Township, New Jersey
and adaptive re-use of a circa 1850's barn in Harding Township, New Jersey. We introduced a new two-story Family room with summer kitchen, direct access to a pool and pool terrace, changing rooms, powder room with shower, and a sleeping loft above.
Cabinetry colour for master bathroom
Most of the cabinets have handles, except the kitchen where the door overhangs the base so you can pull on it and the bathroom which has touch latches.
I like the idea of an open bookcase for cookbooks. Not this big, but accessible in any case.
En Vie Interiors by Melanie Bowe
The new kitchen sits at the center back of the house, with access to the outdoors and the living room. In the original layout it sat next to this room, which was previously a bedroom, and was closed off from the rest of the house. Bowe switched the two spaces, turned a window into a double glass door
Sam Sherman Associates, LLC
catching 'Cook's Blue' by Farrow & Ball. This kitchen takes its inspiration from the French farm kitchen with a separate pantry that also provides access to the backyard and outdoor shower.
Knobs. Good for bathroom or closet
Bates Masi Architects LLC
glass wall..bathroom (with 2 mirrors) perham
Bin access in bench top
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
AMS Landscape Design Studios
This is a simple small step pad access to a hidden pool equipment area. Irish Moss surrounds the limestone pads, small and medium Geraniums provide some alteration in leaf color, with
Planting for bathroom patio
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
says, for any architect or designer. Randolph grew up in a house that had a revolving collection of literature, history and art books and plenty of access to art supplies; this makes sense, as his mom is a skilled visual artist. Design tip from Mom: Creating a lively, lived-in household is more important
books of all types, art materials and plenty of conversation areas. Display artwork in both expected, high-traffic areas and unexpected places like bathrooms and walk-in closets; you never know when an impressionable young mind will be impacted by what they see.