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D-CRAIN Design and Construction
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Brian Dillard is the architect who designed this home.
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Like the trellis design
integration of home to landscape
Design & Landscape
“Pool” — gorahouse5
DRAW Architecture
3 Reviews
Serra Residence
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family in the Brookside neighborhood of Kansas City, modernized a home built in the 1930’s as well as transformed the backyard with a series of modern pavilions.The material palette and details complement the existing stucco clad home, but with a distinctly modern aesthetic. Constructed in phases, a
overflow space for the main house and also frame an outdoor living space used for play and entertaining. The mini/MAXI pavilions, designed in collaboration with the landscape designer Kevin Yates of The Muddy Gardener, while functional storage spaces, also offer play areas for the client’s daughters who use
“Backyard” — jeremyandlucie
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Wilshire Kitchen, Portland (Photo: Matt Niebuhr)
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cabinetry) works well for eat-in breakfasts. Period reproduction lighting, Deco pulls, and a custom formica table root the kitchen to the origins of the home. All photos by Matt Niebuhr. www.mattniebuhr.com
architect designed; fabricated by Wolf &
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6. Plan outdoor access. Again, this will depend on your home's layout and spatial considerations, but it's always great to place your kitchen adjacent to the outdoors. This will give you plenty of natural light
6. Plan outdoor access. Again, this will depend on your home's layout and spatial considerations, but it's always great to place your kitchen adjacent to the outdoors. This will give you plenty of natural light
“retro kitchen table” — hout
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
4 Reviews
Brettkelly Residence, Oakland, CA
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What are the colors used on this home?
This is a custom door that we designed. I'm glad you like it. Wencke
Modern with color. Reminds me of Newport Avenue home
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to the straight lines and angles of the entry. "Our neighbors have been so sweet throughout the remodel, but I know that there was this fear that our home would be cold and boxy," says Brettkelly. "I'd like to think that the house is a kind of warm modern and actually complements its surroundings."
“fachada” — Rina Yadira Cartagena Nassar
Patterson Custom Homes
15 Reviews
Bayshore drive
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Newly constructed Custom home. Bayshore Drive, Newport beach Ca.
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“Monochromic look” — D'Natalie Smith
Adrienne Neff Design Services LLC
3 Reviews
East 88th Street New York, NY
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Don Freeman Studio photography. Adrienne Neff Interior Designer. Brian Billings architect.
Thanks so much. We love it, too. It is from Environment Furniture. Terrific design resource.
Nothing is right or wrong but if you don't like your home then it needs to change. You begin and end each day in your home....you should feel comfortable in it & love it!
Love the custom oak built in bookshelves and cabinet designed by the architect Brian Billings. Love the leather on the wall behind the sofa. The sofa is also a sleeper bed for guests.
party.While design decisions may be collaborative, one partner usually feels more strongly about a refresh than the other. It’s hard to define anything as being right or wrong, but if you don’t like the space you’re living in, then it needs to change. You begin and end each day in your home — you should
“shelving around couch for study area” — bronmelo
R Brant Design
W Residences
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We make similar chandeliers, made of fused art glass in custom design and different sizes. you can contact us Sales@GalileeLighting.com or visit www.GALILEELIGHTING.com 305-807-8711 we deliver worldwide.
Hiding behind this stunning French polished Macassar ebony wall is a bed. This allows the homeowner to actively use the room most of the time when home alone, and also to easily accommodate overnight guests. In addition to the way the room looks when the bed is stowed, you'll also need to consider
Hiding behind this stunning French polished Macassar ebony wall is a bed. This allows the homeowner to actively use the room most of the time when home alone, and also to easily accommodate overnight guests. In addition to the way the room looks when the bed is stowed, you'll also need to consider
“Light LC with ottoman” — noelzee88
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make it work. After all, shouldn't our homes tell our stories, mirror our tastes and evoke delightful memories? Never accept the dictum that everything must match. This room gets my imagination running. Was there a piece they couldn't part with that drove the design? Perhaps it was those midcentury chairs
excellent way to give your home warmth, interest and a confident, welcoming feel. ......... I like the low c'bd especially - unexpected!
Mixing styles, colors, patterns, textures, finishes, scales and even shapes is an excellent way to give your home warmth, interest and a
blackboard, or the old but fabulous table. Or maybe it was all of the above! One thing is certain: This owner did a sterling job of making great design out of a conglomerate of loved pieces. Kudos!
“TV Stand” — lselman
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