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Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Townhouse Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks1,760
Questions4
4. Keep it moving. Those ceiling fans in your house shouldn't just gather dust once the warm weather passes. To distribute heat throughout the room, find the small switch on the main body of the fan that
forced down along the walls. You'll feel warmer, and the thermostat will be satisfied sooner, saving you money. If you have ductwork visible in the house (usually in the attic, basement or crawl space), you can increase the efficiency of the system by sealing all the joints with duct mastic, a putty you
forced down along the walls. You'll feel warmer, and the thermostat will be satisfied sooner, saving you money. If you have ductwork visible in the house (usually in the attic, basement or crawl space), you can increase the efficiency of the system by sealing all the joints with duct mastic, a putty you
“ceiling fan” — Shasta's Designs
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Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks4,776
Questions6
Everything.......everything in the first seven photos of this house.
Love a house by the water
was sensitive to the cottage's environment, so waste had to be kept to a minimum, and few changes were made to the house's exterior. Most of the renovations were designed to keep the house within the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA's) flood code. Vents had to be able to handle flood waters
“White table/chairs” — marionmichelle
Beach Chic Design
3 Reviews
Ponte Vedra Residence
Ideabooks8,090
Questions8
Pool enclosure. This could work even if we had to attach outdoor shower to guest house (not ideal)
Like siding to match house, white posts and pergola
will this look better with house?
3. Embellish the shower surround. While the pergola and siding help this stall blend into the house, the large driftwood seahorse adds a whimsical punctuation.
surround. While the pergola and siding help this stall blend into the house, the large driftwood seahorse adds a whimsical punctuation.
3. Embellish the shower surroundWhile the pergola and siding help this stall blend into the house, the large driftwood seahorse adds a whimsical punctuation.
“outdoor shower” — eingold
Parkyn Design
10 Reviews
The Cottage
Ideabooks20,361
Questions7
shower/ dog house in mud room
Mudrooms are a very popular spot for dog wash stations. Dogs enter from the back or side door, and their muddy paws never make it into the rest of the house.
be great. Although it doesn't necessarily have to be a floor-to-ceiling shower, I could see the benefits of having an area to wash a big dog in the house.
perfect place for a doggie stop. This pet-friendly mudroom's special space for cleaning pets means the owners will never see a muddy paw print in their house again. A sophisticated palette of durable materials makes it feel sleek, despite its practical purpose.
Mudrooms are a very popular spot for dog wash stations. Dogs enter from the back or side door, and their muddy paws never make it into the rest of the house.
“Shower in mushroom for people and dogs” — rorer
SHKS Architects
3 Reviews
Mid-century Re-modern
Ideabooks13,181
Questions5
Nice looking front approach, neat idea to re-modernize the mid century house.
slat wall by house (different size boards
One of the real benefits of terracing is the way it links the house to the garden as well as to the contours of the landscape. While it is vitally important that the size and height of the retaining walls are in balance with the house and garden, it is equally important that the plantings don't overpower
“Concrete steps and planters, poured in place” — stevemacintyre
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Pope
Ideabooks7,358
Questions2
Luuuuv this look for front left side of house
Southern Lowcountry garden adjacent to the house. But, I like the axis of the fountain centered on the arched opening to the lawn, and the contrast between white stucco and sinuous live oaks. The design sets up a nice sequence of spaces intended to integrate the house with nature.
“Small pool” — tkrusman
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
29th Windows
Ideabooks11,078
Questions6
Awning windows for front of house
Stone pebbles around perimeter of house
Contemporary architecture lends itself perfectly to window walls broken only by the casings needed to house the glass panes.
The air that's lower to the ground is going to be cooler. So having some awning windows down low that can capture this air will keep the house interior cooler.
“Windows” — Stephanie Rigas
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
Ideabooks2,992
Questions3
trim detail drawing focus for the rest of the house- in neutrals.
For breezeway from garage to house
What about a small "deck" at the corner of the house - bistro style seating
when considering front yard options, but if they work well in the backyard, there's no reason to exclude them from the front. Extend one from your house or create one that is freestanding,
when considering front yard options, but if they work well in the backyard, there's no reason to exclude them from the front. Extend one from your house or create one that is freestanding, but be sure to check your local building codes before breaking ground. Use pressure-treated wood or a composite
homes. In both California and Australia, architects translated an emphasis on lifestyle and a desire to connect with the outdoors into residential housing. Thus, Mid-century homes had large windows and sliding doors, open-plan living and interconnected living spaces, along with sheltered courtyards and
“60's” — Cathie Kenyon
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