4,432 join Home Design Photos

1 Review
Surrey KT1: Country Family Home
products are used for the floor? And how the curve was achieved without a joining strip? We are creating a similar set up where we need to keep existing tiles
undecided on type of new flooring and and don't want ugly over strip in the join. Thanks in anticipation
Yes how was the join achieved? Anyone know?
“floor idea” — kerrypic
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
11 Reviews
Inside joining outside joining inside as if it was meant to be.
.? Join love shack to bathroom...Joining two houses...Joined pavillions
“l like the window but I need to open them for a breeze?” — snavely66
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
18th C. Georgian
Separate but equal. Two tiny homes joined.
2 joining...2 tiny homes joined...Pergola joining two
“Concrete pool” — hershey5583
Loudon County, VA Custom Pool Design
Best of Houzz 2013, 2014 & 2015
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
IQ Glass UK
20 Reviews
Bishops Avenue
Join togetherAn innovative glazed space like this could link two rooms in a new-build or elegantly join two old buildings, such as a farmhouse and nearby
How it joins the two buildings...brilliant joining 2 buildings...How to join 2 buildings
“Contrast types of doors” — wolsey30
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
the space. These arose from meaningful decisions about how to treat the joining of materials. From this vantage point, one can also sense the thickness
A main run of stairs joined at the bottom by a heavy solid base unlike the open main run.
the space. These arose from meaningful decisions about how to treat the joining of materials.From this vantage point, one can also sense the thickness of
“scala” — carlorocchetti
Join Constructions
finished surfaces with stunning results Architect: Peter Stutchbury Builder: Join Constructions Photos by: Michael Nicholson
Join constructions
“Wood, steel, concrete...” — jabelskallista
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
floors and a leaky roof, and pursued the owner until she let him buy it. To join the main house to the carriage shed, he built an ell (connector) from a 1790
1790 colonial house he found in Deerfield, New Hampshire. This trio was joined by a late-1700s barn, a 1700s corn crib and a water tower that originated
“wow the natural view” — Francis Amoako
In-Site Interior Design
4 Reviews
Cold Spring Hills Home
The two rooms join but separate with pocket door
cool joining rooms for the upstairs add-on
Kids bedroom sliding door joining...Joined bedrooms
“Gabby's room” — mchiasera
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