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Interesting wall-mounted cabinet with drawers creating a colour grid. Also like how the backspash wraps on the two ends. The fold-down lid could be optional.
One word: perfection.
This mid-century modern home offers a quiet and serene environment. The colour shading works beautifully.
The architectural lines of this room are so logical and pleasing: low-pitch roof, central beam and post, raked windows over multiple French doors.
Another nod to simplicity. (Note the custom lantern which appears to be made from copper sheet.)
A minimal approach to carport design. Note how the carport roof is extended to link to the house.
The design of this house and its outdoor spaces work together to provide a calming spirit. No over-indulgences anywhere.
The beams and board ceiling give this room its personality, aided by the warm shade of white paint.
Large rectangular wall tiles and minimal grout lines give this bathroom spareness and strength.
A large multi-use laundry / storage room.
Combination of exterior cladding.
Whimsical yard art.
Traditional residential form with crisp modern touches.
Expansive windows connect the indoors and outdoors in this forested setting.
I especially like the horizontal plane that runs above the doorway and incorporates lighting. It unifies this bedroom with the space beyond.
Ingenious shelving system. Notice the shadows and their shapes.
Room divider with inset boxes for books and/or objects. Could be a low divider (perhaps 30"), floor to ceiling, or other. It creates interesting shadow lines.
The quiet grey tones of this 'conservatively tailored' bathroom give it a feeling of calm and elegance. I really like the simple grid of the partition (right) with glazing at the top.
Cantilevered living spaces and extended eaves / awnings.
Smooth boulders are wrapped with sturdy wire and suspended from a beam to form a 'pebble garden.'
Lap pool at edge of deck.
Step-down Japaneses-style soaking tubs are about 27" deep and are now made from various materials. Can be outfitted with a shower head or hand-held shower wand.
Furnishings and colour choices make this a cheerie and stylish space.
An oasis for an entrance.
A shady patio with privacy and greenery.
Shadow box with precious objects or collectibles.
Good use of black
Charcoal wall highlight is perfect
Custom-built divider / screen between the living room and the front entrance, allows visual flow while also serving as a functional separation. See other photo for construction detail of this sinuous screen.
Solid maple horizontals and black-painted steel tubes. Maple components are curved. Vertical tubes have bottom plates which are screwed into the floor to ensure stability.
Raked clerestory windows add light to the interior while also giving this house a physical lightness and grid for lower windows and door placements.
The extension of the second floor creates a protected outdoor space below.
Great color scheme
Great lounging and library
Omg great glass idea!