Houzz is the new way to design your home.
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Joost Woertman Architect
At the front entrance, an oak staircase leads up to the first floor and beyond. An unfinished wall with exposed brick patches to the left lends an industrial touch to the clean lines of the interior.Woertman and Everding turned the ground floor into a workshop for carpentry and furniture upholstery, which
My House 1
It might not be realistic for you to install industrial-strength hooks or bolts into your home's balcony. If that's the case, a hammock on a stand is -an easy option. The best part about it: It's transportable! Move it around your yard, chasing either shade or sun.
Nest House Nagoya
walls is the little dove it works so hard to protect, seen here at play in the living area. The decor of the interior is minimalist modern with industrial touches: Cinder blocks stand in place of a flashy media console, plain bulbs and streamlined pendants hang from the ceiling, and modern furnishings
Webber + Studio, Architects
affordable outdoor chairs these days, you can bring the outdoors in — as long as you do so with a keen eye. Aluminum chairs like these work well with industrial or eclectic decor; they can also withstand wound-up kids who often spill sippy cups and strawberry ice cream where they sit.
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Storage closets sit to the far right, and doors at the end of the space lead to a mini balcony. Chris Dorsey: How has being an architect and an industrial design student influenced how you designed your home?Daniel Vianna: From a young age, younger than most, I have been interested in everything from
My Houzz: Gagnon Residence
Embrace a themeChoose a style that is in line with your interior and go with it. Think nautical, vintage, industrial or rustic country (as seen here). Choosing a theme can transform your balcony into a type of outdoor eatery or a special spot to snuggle up with
Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
a rich sheen. Although today's Venetian plaster products often use synthetic substances, their depth and luster remains the heart of their appeal.Industry purists contend that in order to be called Venetian plaster, the surface must adhere to the classic composition and methods of application, which