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Use of concrete, natural materials, contrasting textures, stainless steel, few acoutrements. Gorgeous
Light, light, light. Wonderful whimsical fixture. Don't like open stairs for dog legs to fall through
Textures and contrasts, modernness, integrated concrete or limestone plaster- low/no maintenance. Like the look of wood contrast but for us would require maintenance so would be a no go.
Real light with privacy into bathroom. Don't like the rest
Glass slider to close off room instead of normal door. Prefer pocket glass sliders (clear/frosted) and nanowalls
Make the outdoors another room. I would have it undercover to protect the furniture and have the social time uninterrupted by rain.
Looks like nice natural texture and color variation that would be good as a shower wall.
My husband would probably like a TV in the bathroom. I like the big mirror and that counter footprint is not taken up with faucets
Interesting contrasting textures but all the stripes make me a bit claustrophobic
Nice texture but too dark; slatted ceiling feels closed in
Interesting tilework (ceiling a bit much) that I like in shower. Prefer without a curve so that would be accessible to wheelchair
Nice backsplash tilework. Could see this type of setup in basement. Swap out wine cooler for dishwasher drawer and small fridge with small sink. Would handles make these drawers easier to open?
Sliders w/ frosted glass instead of doors to close off space (when not in use fit into pocket in wall) or have it open and feel like part of the other space. Not crazy about these particular sliders since they are narrow; would prefer 2 pieces that are wider
Nice modern, zen-like but warm not cold and clinical, even though bare of "things"
Like use of concrete but I think the walls and wood window frame make it too busy
Don't like stairs that come right through a social space- to me that is disrupting. However if these were not open it might just look like a sloping ceiling and not be as obtrusive
Light, light, light you can never have too much of. I would also use frosted pocket walled sliders for bedrooms as well (versus this)
Too dark, but lots of counter space, interesting wall texture and don't have to bend for the washer (would be great not to bend for the dryer too)
Nice look if you get rid of the larger end cabinets; they make it too closed in feeling
The consistent flooring unifies a larger zoned space. If stairs were done as "floaters" and no space inbetween woudl be a nice design elements and like a "sloping ceiling" on the other side.
Like the stone and tilework together. Like that it gives the impression of floor to ceiling windows even though it is 2 floors. Planters don't obstruct but keep the outside eye from going inside. Lack of privacy wouldn't work in the front for us, but the back??
You can see the private outdoor "room" from the inside. If you were able to do away with the posts and stairs it would give the impression of part of the interior room and continuous
Like the back of house and tiered down to the grass area. Like the planting on floor 2 & roof for privacy
Nice concrete fireplace; like the windows around it. could be good zoner to segregate different social spaces
Doesn't exactly work for me but like the mixed use of tile, concrete, wood and mirrors
Even though the wood would be high maintenance I do like the mix of textures- concrete, wood, glass, bringing the outside in to a master bedroom w/ fireplace. Like seeing the fireplace from that deck.
If we had a storage wall in the kitchen that was not on the perimeter of the house, we'd be able to get all this light like this in where cabinets usually are
Too many lines, but I like the open living room with all the windows. Interesting light fixture (proably also dust catcher)
Nice sitting/reading area near light. I could see dogs sleeping there during the day and be able to look outside
Too small for me to see well, but i like the consistent textured tilework (nice texture, colors) and recessed tiled contrasting areas. Floor is a bit much with it. I think all bathroom toilets should be in a little pocket room for privacy and to prevent stink
Like the openness to the outdoors; great place to use Nanawalls. Not sure I understand how the concrete slab fits in, or why
Don't like the room, but it does remind me that in the social space we'd like the ability to turn out the normal room lights and have tiny christmas-type white lights to give kind of a starry night affect in the dark (would be great if they would be static but also with a setting to twinkle). Just like sitting outside as children when you could still see all of the universe before pollution
This really brings the outside in as if it is one continuous space. Great use of Nanawall
Covered outside area but still open (where table and chairs are )
Like the strips of 4 lights as a design them (not the projected one)
Assist bar that doesn't look like one
Lots of light in the kitchen
Different textures of floor/tub and inside wall with recesses. Like the windows that give privacy
Pebble and stone textures work really well together
This would work for a really small powderoom. I'd prefer black and white and as small as it could get without being totally claustrophobic
Textures make the austere warm. Don't like the cabinet, but I like it's clean lines. I like the simple-ness of it. Don't even notice that the shower door is there
Would be great to use LEDs all over and have the ability to vary colors and use them for atmosphere. LIke selective use of dramatic paint color (not all over)
Different planting textures. All of what we would plant where dogs have access has to be non-toxic to them
Do not like railroad affect but do like that all this storage is hidden in the walls, but it should be less obvious (no contrast)
Like that even laundry baskets (or recycling and trash in kitchen) are hidden out of site
Beautiful image. Woudl be perfect if stairs were not open. Like the glass/plexiglass and metal rail. Any stair we have would have to have the side completely covered like here so that no dogs would fall through
Too many lines. Would be perfect if just a glass wall without the black lines and header midline. Cool light fixture
Is this a light strip covered? Interesting play of textures between this and the stark white ceilings with the recessed modern light strips
Nice light room- windows and also like upper "lights". LIght stain to wood keeps it light and is much preferred to dark
Not my favorite shade of green, but like how it pops in contrast to white. Cool light fixture and sconce