37,749 his and hers Home Design Photos

Cynthia Lynn Photography
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Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio
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myself his meticulousness for detail: built-in furniture, moldings, upholstery. Check out the dental molding and motifs on the ceiling. Wouldn't necessarily do this today but I do appreciate it!
HIMSELF AND HIS BRIDE.... LOVE THIS!!!
design. His use of built-ins left made for intentional, controlled seating; there was no need for additional furniture.
himself and his bride, Catherine Tobin. The first floor consists of the living room, dining room and kitchen, featuring the built-in benches that Wright introduced into modern home design. His use of built-ins made for intentional, controlled seating; there was no need for additional furniture.
“WINDOW SEATS” — changingwoman
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Peninsula House
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employee of his has his own lighting company now: http://www.patrickthomasinc.com/
employee of his has his own lighting company now: http://www.patrickthomasinc.com/
shape is his dining room table?
“Contemporary tuscan” — diannemcox
Jason Snyder
Eric Fisher Residence
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his polycarbonate wall in the master suite allows light in while also providing privacy. An Eames lounge chair and ottoman, and a wooden chair designed by Fisher, provide a place where he can relax and enjoy his green roof
enjoy his green roof (next photo).
enjoy his green roof
enjoy his green roof (next photo).
“Doors” — phypno
The Tiny Project
Tiny House Living Space
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writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “Inhabiting such a small space forces me to live in a simpler, more organized and efficient way. I’m forced to spend more time outdoors, in nature and engaging with my community.” The highly textured and colored wood paneling is Beetle Kill Blue
writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “Inhabiting such a small space forces me to live in a simpler, more organized and efficient way. I’m forced to spend more time outdoors, in nature and engaging with my community.” The highly textured and colored wood paneling is Beetle Kill Blue Stain Pine, which
writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “Inhabiting such a small space forces me to live in a simpler, more organized and efficient way. I’m forced to spend more time outdoors, in nature and engaging with my community.”
“bookshelves” — Marinthe Goedschalk
Dabito
OLD BRAND NEW
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filled his home with his thrift store finds, mid-century pieces, his collection of vintage cameras and his own artwork.
drawn to his blog shortly after he started writing it. "I started thrifting in college," he says. "It's fun to find interesting artifacts from past eras and then incorporate them into my modern lifestyle. It's also a great way to decorate a home without breaking the bank."
“Nightstand” — sdkohouts
Schulte Construction
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Wallingford Craftsman
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following his new habits, and the possibility of his falling back on his old ones was more than likely.Fall is a busy time for both of us, and Billy and I were out of touch for a couple of months. We talked again a week before Christmas, and I asked him how things were going on the organizational front.“Great
Christmas is his busiest time of the year. I was expecting him to say his house was a wreck.“How’s your living room?” I had to ask.“It’s good.”“Like someone could just drop by and you wouldn’t have to pretend you’re not home?” I needed to be clear.
“Fireplace tile” — bee_lady
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
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Hoffmanresidence-Kennel.jpg
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land that his team had to work with because they had the freedom to place the structures — including the main house and the kennel — anywhere they pleased. "I find the simplicity of the home to be calming," Hoffman says. "The lines and features of the house are beautiful but not distracting, so it's a
land that his team had to work with because they had the freedom to place the structures — including the main house and the kennel — anywhere they pleased. "I find the simplicity of the home to be calming," Hoffman says. "The lines and features of the house are beautiful but not distracting, so it's a perfect
“another view” — aerika11
Style De Vie
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Andy Berman Residence
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bringing to his new home was a 1940s architectural file coffee table, his favorite piece. One day while shopping for furnishings, he found the builder of that very same coffee table sitting in his showroom surrounded by similar designs. Berman couldn’t believe it. He invited the designer, J.C. Hyrb of Style
check out his home and consider his vision. The two hit it off, and Hyrb agreed to consult on the interior design and build almost every piece of furniture.They kept the classic arches but replaced the coffee-with-cream-colored walls typical of that era with white. They installed about 80 recessed lights
“Grey and brown leather” — apsta
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