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Schmitt + Company/Poor House
Studio and Office
Ideabooks4,328
Questions3
our property create an amazing solution to working at home. Design by Melissa Schmitt. Concrete conference table was heated with radiant heat mat to heat the space. Studio bookshelves created from salvaged timbers and large threaded rod. Photos by: Adrian Gregorutti
I like the COLOURS. (don't look at the room). funky yet adult like but still in them with part kid play area
the window wall dividing the rooms
Company gutted the space, and eventually it evolved from a storage room into an office space, then into a much-needed conference room. The ceiling was stripped and left exposed, and an aluminum garage door was put in — both to open the room up and let light in. A concrete conference table, shelving, and
“Entrance hutch” — ann377
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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Pecos Interior
Ideabooks3,494
Questions5
floor, low window for dog/small kids to look out
Wall between dining room and guest room
What do you like about this photo? The lighting creates an interesting play of shadows on the wall from the way the art is lit.
10. Use lighting. Most people realize that putting a spotlight on your art will highlight it and make it stand out. But in this room the lighting increases the impact of the art by the shadows cast. Using lighting to enhance your art is another big subject, so I'll have to go into that in another Ideabook
Create a focal point. "For this living room, we wanted a balance of solid walls as well as natural light," says Hugh Randolph of Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects. "Rather than use a series of
“Steps” — marthaboswell
Courtney Blanton Interiors
7 Reviews
Cozy Cottage Bathroom
Ideabooks34,426
Questions40
If you want to add something special to a room then play with the molding and wainscotting. The tile was chosen first which decided everything. My client wanted the feel of a cozy cottage. This bathroom is welcoming and long on character.
this picture has a gray name when it looks so blue in the photo.
I designed it to be on center of the window, so I don't remember the exact height. It looks to be around 48-50". Thank you for the compliment and the question. Happy designing!
This is a custom-designed piece made by a cabinet maker.
You could put one in the center that tilts out, but it will take up a lot of space. Is there room for one in a linen closet?
remember about paint is that it looks different from room to room because of light and what it is reflecting. It is always best to get a large poster board and paint it the color you are thinking about. You can move the poster board around the room to see what it looks like in different lighting. Also
“Tile” — annevergreen
2Scale Architects
7 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Ideabooks3,054
Questions2
-- photo credit Ben Hill Photography
I'm not sure of the paint color. Be careful with paint colors in photos. Often, as with these, the photos have been edited in the computer to improve lighting and other things. This often affects the color to appear not exactly the same
mud room is next to outdoor kitchen. air flow into mud room
“Mud room, but would like it more in a different color” — tlrbw4
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Gretchen
Ideabooks1,692
Questions2
Photo: Whitney Lyons © 2012 Houzz
What do you like about this photo?for lois
wouldn't it be wonderful to have a room like this!
I like how creative this looks, it's small yet still enough room to be creative
Gretchen plans to extend her art studio farther into their back garden. For now she works in this quaint and colorful room just off the garage. It is filled with her canvases and includes clippings for inspiration. "Whatever I see that inspires me, I'll paint," she says. She has been painting since she
“Love the painting on left” — Tammie Kingery-Reilly
Andrea Bartholick Pace Interior Design
7 Reviews
Private Residence, Pebble Beach
Ideabooks4,797
Questions6
bed designs and layout for upstairs spare
for a family/guest room, good idea. Ft.Bragg
Make the guest room big enough to fit a double n single
like the twin bed - might fit nicely in kids' room along with queen bed.
I like the different bed types in this room.
Paint and distress bed in yellow guest room
paint technique for kids room
Bartholick Pace Interior Design
kids room...kids bed...Girls room
“I like the different bed types in this room.” — jevans0522
Justine Sterling Design
11 Reviews
Guest Bathroom
Ideabooks9,788
Questions14
best suggestion is to take this photo to your local tile store and have them source something similar for you! If you are in the area, these were from Tile Showcase. Good luck with your project! Regards Justine
The finish is bronze and design is contemporary. Check with your
information for your own home remember that the color on your screen will vary dramatically from the actual colors. My suggestion is to have professional design help to help you select the right color and finishes that you want. Please email me if you require help. Hope this helps, Justine
Custom design from a vendor in Massachusetts
extends through the shower around room
kids bath - simple tile with glass
“Master” — jgbuckeye
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks22,805
Questions22
Oh now I get the reference to 19 kids and counting :) Yes this family has a lot of friends and family hence the need for all the chairs.
size/design of screen porch attached to kitchen
product. Manufacturer: Savoy House Lighting Collection: Classic Schoolhouse Designs Link: http://www.lightingdesign.com/Savoy%20House/7-9345-1-323/One%20Light%20Mini%20Pendant%20-%20Classic%20Schoolhouse%20Designs%20Old%20Bronze WALL SCONCES The fixtures shown are confirmed by Crisp Architects
powders.Now it is YOUR turn! Start an ideabook titled "Just Love" and add those photos that make you lean forward into the computer to get a better look. Add those photos that make you sigh and swoon. Don't add photos that you "kinda like." Only add those that make you say, "I just love that." Then
“Idea mesa patri” — tulucoman
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