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Louise Lakier
1 Review
My Houzz: Tiny and Tinier; big space in a small house and smaller ADU.
Ideabooks1,553
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The two-story guest cottage, nicknamed "Tinier," combines the amenities and streamlined look of a modern condo with the historic charm of the larger main house. It also feels much grander than its 342 square feet would suggest, with tall ceilings, light finishes and lots of natural light that creates
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Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks12,041
Questions9
Oh thanks so much - that would be great! I live in New England and follow your projects on this site all the time. I love how you maintain that historic charm!
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Favreau Design
Historic Estate
Ideabooks317
Questions0
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“Wallpaper or stencils” — joellarob
Georgetown Development
Georgetown Development
Ideabooks4,240
Questions6
Love the rustic, and almost historic, but eclectic vibe. Also great use of a low and dark space. So different!
— as are the red cushions, mahogany stained chairs and washed-out pink cupboards. None of it matches exactly, but it all works to create a charming modern-rustic vibe.Low, dark ceilings give the room a sense of intimacy, and each decorative element draws on the next. The stainless fridge picks up on the
“mix and match cushions?” — kfpotts
Pritzkat & Johnson Architects
4 Reviews
Historic Spanish Renovation
Ideabooks133
Questions0
Historic Spanish Renovation
Love this kitchen. Spanish modern
Modern Spanish
“Granite” — joygd
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Townhouse
Ideabooks429
Questions0
design and decorating of this home. The goal of the project was to respect the charms and scale of the original historical style without mimicking period details, and create a suitably modern context for the owner’s collection of artwork by Warhol, Haring and Basquiat. While restrained, the interior resolves
“Tiles” — nenev
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
8 Reviews
West Philadelphia Kitchen
Ideabooks17,252
Questions12
Modern white kitchen paired next to industrial elements, ceiling
drawers from Keystone Wood Specialities; hardware: HafeleMore Kitchens of the Week:Warm Luxury in San FranciscoSimply Refined in MassachusettsCheerfully Modern in OregonSee more small kitchens
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“space for peninsula” — Venus Santos
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Woodside Estate
Ideabooks153
Questions0
homes from the south of France, looks out onto the pool and yard on one side and inward to an enclosed courtyard on the other. Modern technology is hidden amongst the historic detailing as the whole house can be controlled by iPad's embedded in the walls or remotely on a phone. © Bernardo Grijalva P
“Palo alto” — Joyce Hu
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