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bulthaup by Kitchen Architecture
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Country affair
high end...High, light
“Lighting over lsland” — butterbabe
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Eminent Interior Design
5 Reviews
Retro Family Room
fireplace. The natural materials add warmth to the space, despite the room’s high, vaulted ceilings. Floating benches flanking the hearth, accentuates the
Wall of windows - doors out to covered porch. High porch ceiling still lets lots of light into house without a "lowering" effect
“Oak trim” — Lei Yang
Adelina Iliev Photography
1 Review
Barn conversion in Hertfordshire by Nic Antony Architects
high ceilings
“Looks like the granary @ YE” — Wendy Candy
SGA Architecture
Whitehouse Plantation
the high celing and high window
“Bathroom” — kaylamlane
Hamilton-Gray Design, Inc.
19 Reviews
Bow to the Trees in Menlo Park Makeover
High ceilings...Open floor plan, high ceilings
“This idea on new wall in family room.” — rkjbaker
Strata Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Kona Classic
this photo, I assume the primary structural member (steel or wood) is the high beam, is there steel in the low beam that is then wrapped/trimmed out in
joints must be cleared out to allow topsoil for the plants to grow. We would highly recommend using a groundcover over grass as the grass is a lot of maintenance
“Large scale patio paver” — tlarosa11
Rosenberg Kolb Architects
1 Review
67 Union
inside, LEED Gold certification was met through: High R-value insulation and reduced air leakage; High efficiency heating, air conditioning, plumbing fixtures
“Shape of beams, but not texture.” — jamie_david
Katharine Webster MLA, INC.
Terrace with planted joints
used as groundcover - can withstand foot traffic. Is it too high? Says it grows 4-6 inches high.
“textured cement” — ulilou12
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