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Bergland + Cram Architects
Lake Home 3
Minka Aire Concept II Hugger Ceiling
Minka Aire Concept II in White shown in a bedroom
Seattle Architect Specializing in Custom Homes
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
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Jeff Sheats Designs, Inc
Nantucket-Inspired Remodel and Furnish
Optional Light by Minka Aire Fans
This is a Minka Aire brand, Magellan collection ceiling fan. The part number is F579-BNW and is in a brushed nickel finish. It has a nautical theme and is gorgeous! Hope
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Third Floor Addition
What is the square shaped "box" installed to the upper right at the foot of the tub. I saw similar unit, which was an AC/Heater in Buennos Aires manufactured by Samsung, is this the same? Thank you. Ricardo
Possible air cond/heater on wall!!??
style of TV meal table
House with Steel Canopy
LOVE this design!!! How did you handle vent stacks for plumbing, dryer, bath fans? Did these go through the upper roof? Were the air conditioning ducts in the space between the upper roof and the roof of the rooms, or inside the rooms themselves?
I could so do this with my ranch style home, a pool with a pool port!
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
air vents in soffit in theater
ceiling and how projector fits into air vent system
Style of chair
Green Oak Writer's Studio
Love the door and opening of the glass to allow for air flow in it.
Door pannel that opens for air circulation.
Eyebrow House (Featured in "Portlandia")
its alien planet in this quirky house. It's easy to see where the spaceship feel comes from when you look at the rear of the house. After the episode aired, Papazian learned that the writer had actually changed the sketch when he saw the house, giving it a bigger role. 568 Like Tweet 12 The aptly
Eyebrow House catches the eye of anyone who walks past it — just as it did with the location scouts for IFC's hit cable series Portlandia. The spaceship-style rear and innovative interior helped to inspire and set the scene for the plight of an alien played by a durian fruit in the episode "Feminist Bookstore's
its alien planet in this quirky house. It's easy to see where the spaceship feel comes from when you look at the rear of the house. After the episode aired, Papazian learned that the writer had actually changed the sketch when he saw the house, giving it a bigger role. Curves stand out on the home's formerly
Northwest style hallway. Cedar of various grades on walls and ceilings.
They are fine finish nails, shot in with an air gun, to the wall studs and ceiling joists.
Cedar of various grades on walls and ceilings, western red cedar of different grades - wood is fastened to the wall w/ fine finish nails, shot in w/ an air gun to the wall studs & ceiling joists -- cabinetry is clear alder wood w/ old growth pine countertop (from leftover flooring) - interior doors are knotty