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Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
12 Reviews
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Ideabooks1,438
Questions4
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
In what kind of climate is this house located?
Light the path up to the house
Fun lighting idea - just a thin strip
Lights placed between the shrubs and the house
gestures, this project offers proof.TELL USWhich style of lighting in the above shots do you like the best? Will you be trying any of these ideas at your house? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.
“light strip in walkway” — amiliotes
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
Fall House
Ideabooks789
Questions0
ideabook filled with good ideas for building on a hillside, narrow lot
This is where house will sit the house won't actually look like this
Cliff hugging house in Big Sur... 1
Big Sur glass house on the cliff
I can dream about retiring in this house-Big Sur CA!
not so much a tiny house as an ideabook
the rocky and rugged Big Sur coast. The property is situated downhill on a steep grade, which Fougeron used to her advantage. “I had this idea of having the house cascade down the hill to take advantage of the view as much as possible,” she says. “Sometimes modern homes look like they’ve landed on the
“Toit angle” — mylenemorris
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Fabulous PreFab
Ideabooks5,296
Questions16
Beautiful house... where are the address numbers sourced from? Thanks!
Hi, Great house! Do you know the brand of window and the cladding color used? It looks gray in spots and white in others... Thanks!
It's actually the same color as the house, just a Cabot white stain. The large green lawn is just casting a green glow. Vermont really is green.
White house with green and grey accents
door color, house numbers, modern feel
column style plus house number placement
"They liked the idea of a house that borrowed from the minimalist simplicity of barns and farmhouses that provide so much of the flavor of the Vermont countryside," Brown says. "No Greek-revival trim schemes."Door paint color: Agave, Benjamin Moore
“front door” — leachbb
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Imprint Architecture and Design, LLC
Project One
Ideabooks265
Questions0
"We had no idea how crooked our house was," says Sara. To counter the odd angles, the couple installed new items completely level and away from out-of-plumb work when possible
My kitchen/living room layout lighting ideas
"We had no idea how crooked our house was," says Sara. To counter the odd angles, the couple installed new items completely level and away from out-of-plumb work when possible. The floating kitchen cabinet is a good example of this: Since the existing ceiling has a slope, Jeremy and Sara held the cabinet
‘We had no idea how crooked our house was,’ says Sara. To counter the odd angles, the couple installed new items completely level and away from crooked area when possible. The floating kitchen cabinet is a good example of this:
“Room” — cali777
Gary J Ahern, AIA - Focal Point Design
2 Reviews
Tallwood Ct - Atherton
Ideabooks29,109
Questions26
This ceiling is amazing, my mothers home has wood beams in the living room, this is the perfect idea for her. she will be able to light up the room with the inset light fixtures. The leather touch for furniture is perfect for this giving the home a
will make you more objective about any necessary changes and more open to Realtor and buyer feedback. To ease the selling process, embrace the idea that your house is a commodity that needs to be sold, and transfer any emotional connections to your new destination, Churchill advises.Don’t forget: Foyer
1. Detach from the stuff. Home experts agree the first and most important step to a successful listing is to emotionally separate from the house and the objects within it. “Many clients I work with battle to let go of their property and refuse to take down family photographs and religious items,” says
“Fireplace” — kaylamccandless
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Beth & Joe Gillespie
Ideabooks347
Questions1
I am always moving a wall, adding a second floor or rearranging the layout," she says. "Joe worries when I start a sentence with, 'I have an idea for the house ... '" Side-wall paint: Celery; end-wall paint: Waterscape, both by Sherwin-Williams
All Dallas Rambler house
“colour” — kroconnor
Castlecrag
Ideabooks179
Questions0
3. The Audette House. Peter Muller was another young Australian midcentury architect with strong new ideas. The Audette House, designed and built in Sydney in 1953, was his first commission as a qualified architect. Although
idea stone in cracks in driveway
3. The Audette House. Peter Muller was another young Australian midcentury architect with strong new ideas. The Audette House, designed and built in Sydney in 1953, was his first commission as a qualified architect. Although Muller's design was heavily influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright, his choice of
3. The Audette HousePeter Muller was another young Australian mid-century architect with strong new ideas. The Audette House, designed and built in Sydney in 1953, was his first commission as a qualified architect. Although
“roof” — SalvageArtisan
The Tiny Project
Tiny House Living Space
Ideabooks1,187
Questions2
I LIKE THE BEETLE KILL BLUE STAIN PINE. WHICH IS PONDEROSA PINE. THIS WOULD BE GOOD FOR INTERIOR WINDOW TRIM. OR ADDED TO OTHER AREAS IN THE HOUSE.
The ideas for converting a very small space into everything u need thru simplicity and needs only approach.
found that a lot of windows (10 in all, mostly facing south to take advantage of solar gain) are key to eliminating claustrophobia. Getting out of the house also helps. As he writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “Inhabiting such a small space forces me to live in a simpler, more organized and efficient
“shelves near ceiling” — Eileen Smith
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