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Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
This is so lovely. I love it. The room has really good dimensions for a living room, and it has a really good look for a dining room (but too big)
remembering Rob Karosis- good contact to send material to
antique home...country home...home dining rooms...traditional home
“open china hutch” — tolerwh
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
They sell a very similar one at Zara home
The upholstery contrasted with the black paint on that chair is startling in a good way. Not expected at all, and I love that.
of us choose to work from home because we can't stand cubicle farms. So, why would you want your own home office to look like, well, a cubicle farm? This office in a bedroom looks spectacular with a glamorous black chair instead of the typical office chair. They've used a good-looking table lamp instead
of us choose to work from home because we can’t stand cubicle farms. So, why would you want your own home office to look like, well, a cubicle farm? This office in a bedroom looks spectacular with a glamorous black chair instead of the typical office chair. They’ve used a good-looking table lamp instead
“Painted chair” — goleafs1
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
incredibly green home of chevy chase
incredibly green home of chevy chase
Hi Christian, excellent designs. We are building a prairie style home now and undecided on choices between stain and paint, for trim, cabinetry & flooring. I am concerned about going to far with stained wood, it may cause the "log cabin" feel. My question is about the vanity in this photo. It looks
own home. I see what you have done with window sash vs window case finishes. We were considering the exact same concept but was very undecided. That is until now! I think the mix of natural or stained wood vs paint is perfect and seeing it helps. What stain color did you choose in your home, for
feel overwhelming. One of my favorite uses of wood and paint together is to keep the window sash and doors natural and paint the millwork. In my own home have Brazilian cherry floors, natural fir doors, windows,fireplace surround and cabinets. All of the wainscot, baseboard, window trim and door trim
“Tile and paint - bath” — prin043077
1 Review
Glencoe Private Residence 2
Hello, is this home in Goshen, Indiana? Looks very much like an older home there on the water by the Millrace that was called the "Penn House" with lots of history attached to it
Thank you for your interest in our project. The project is not located in Indiana, it is located in Illinois. But we are glad it reminded you of your home town.
example of colors that do nothing good for this house
contrasting color between top of gray steps and brick side of step is good
“Bay windows” — kpfarrell
Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
Can a terra cotta tile/wood beam look in a mountain home living area
A good rule of thumb is 18" above the countertop.
Big table in kitchen my idea of home
Good website to have custom table built
dining needs of more than a few generations. Nail holes, scratches and a warm patina are all good things.SMART STRATEGY: Tie on some cushions to your kitchen dining chairs. Casual comfort is key to this style of home.
country homes of old, and a great farmhouse table such as this one is just the ticket to recreate the look. Add some lived-in chairs, tie on some seat cushions, and choose a standout light to bring your kitchen up to speed.
An old tableEat-in kitchens fit perfectly in Country-style homes, but take
“has smae table as ranch, under cabinet lighting, ceiling pendants” — riddicks5
Suiter Construction Company, Inc.
Custom Built Brick and Stucco Home
Custom Built Brick and Stucco Home
Home office persian carpet bankers lamp
home stidy...Killer home office!...Good study room
“Okay. Maybe this is just my dream office.” — milam81
Normandy Remodeling
35 Reviews
Transitional Glam Kitchen
where to raise their young family, they found much of what they were looking for in a charming vintage home in Marquette. The home they selected had stunning lake views, but the current layout of the home didn’t quite do the view justice. Since the couple has ties to the Chicago area, they began working
with Normandy Designer Chris Ebert to put their mark on the house. They wanted to capitalize on the natural beauty of their setting and to create a home that was more in tune with their growing family’s needs. By repurposing a few rooms and removing a few walls, Chris was able to create a design that
for something similar for your home.
Thanks for the compliment. I spoke with the designer on the project and he told me that the crystal chandelier was a vintage find, one-of-a-kind. The dealer who sold our client this fixture was New Metal Crafts in Chicago. Good luck in your search!
“Island” — simplykipp
Robert Mace
our kitchen
oof: it's a hodge-podge of stuff. The metallic stuff you see is standard Home Depot stove-pipe stuff. The bracket sticking out from the wall is also standard Home Depot bendable bracket material. The white bit is something I picked up at a Habitat Re:Store, most likely
Love...love the stove. Oh how I wish I had the stove in my husband's childhood home. I didn't appreciate when I was 21 but would really love it at 57. Beautiful...
Putting architecture (brick chimney) to good use in small spaces
“Somehow, the clutter works” — Becky Huff Hunter
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