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East Village Studio
I work from home and I love the workspace you created. Can you tell me where you got the desk?
perfect for a small spare bedroom tuned into home office
in me is concerned how these units will benefit landowners and people with money, another part of me looks at this as an opportunity to create small homes that are bespoke and reflect the way people are living in cities like San Francisco."Borowski points to Michael Pozner's studio, here, as a great example
The living room in this studio apartment doubles as a home office. It works because the desk is integrated into its surroundings and sports matching finishes, so you're not immediately aware that you're looking
Palo Alto Residence
Outlining a work zone can be as simple as switching the flooring material, signaling a different space identity to the home’s other occupants.
switching the flooring material, signaling a different space identity to the home’s other occupants.
Outlining a work zone can be as simple as switching the flooring material, signalling a different space identity to the home’s other occupants.
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
The Dhurrie was owner-owned, reused from her previous home. Sometimes Wisteria.com has beautiful rugs that are similar.
This clean, narrow home office game me a good idea: a small home office good way to repurpose space formerly used as a butler's pantry.
contemporary home office cabinets
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The French Classic
What brand and color are the brick and rock on this home?
Is there a floor plan to this home? This exterior is exactly what I'm looking for! Thanks so much!
Could you please tell me the colors of the brick, stone,mortal,trim, and door please building a home and loves this house..
I like the idea of a brick home with the stone accents.
I love the style and stones on the exterior of this home.
Charter Homes & Neighborhoods
Walden Model Home
Charter Homes & Neighborhoods, Walden Mechanicsburg PA
for reaching out! We find many of our accessories in the home at stores like Marshall's and HomeGoods!
Hello - Thank you for reaching out, I will research into the manufacturer of the sofa. We typically purchase the furniture in our homes from local retailers in Lancaster PA. (Interiors, Hornigs
Yorktowne cabinetry in our homes. I don't have access to the exact color used, but here is a link to their website and finish gallery: http://www.yorktownecabinetry.com/Inspiration/FinishGallery/Paints
Hello-- Thanks for reaching out. We typically use Whirlpool appliances in our homes. I don't have ready
appliances in our homes, as to the specific model used, I don't have the information readily available.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Hi there - I just love your kitchen. Just beautiful! My home is of a similar style and I am thinking about adding lighting and really liked small spots you used in the kitchen. May I ask where you purchased the?
You've used these halogen swivels throughout this home. I am replacing recessed in my kitchen and I'm thinking of using these. Do they indeed offer good general over the counter lighting? It looks like they
Where is the refrigerator in this kitchen? The use of space in this home is wonderful!
You will find this question has been asked a number of times. . . our client found this salvaged farmhouse sink many years ago anticipating this home renovation. We designed the kitchen around it. Unfortunately, we have yet to find one quite like this.
th Vancouver/Photos - Ema Peter Featured on the cover of the June/July 2012 issue of Homes and Living magazine this interpretation of mid century modern architecture wow's you from every angle. The name of the home was coined "L'Orange" from the homeowners love of the colour orange and the ingenious
like the color of the home gym!!
Gym, Cork flooring is an amazing choice for a home gym.
Hill Country Residence
downtown views. The owners' goals of creating a home with a contemporary flow and finish while providing a warm setting for daily life was accomplished through mixing warm natural finishes such as stained wood with gray tones in concrete and local limestone. The home's program also hinged around using both passive
Nestled into sloping topography, the design of this home allows privacy from the street while providing unique vistas throughout the house and to the surrounding hill country and downtown skyline. Layering rooms with each other as well as circulation galleries, insures seclusion while allowing stunning
and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The resulting design is a sustainably balanced, visually pleasing home which reflects the lifestyle and needs of the clients. Photography by Andrew Pogue