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Molly Wood Garden Design
2 Reviews
fresh and clean
Ideabooks17,523
Questions6
Use shingle siding with mirror as accent interior wall in finished basement
So cute, I almost picture something like this for my 1st house, all it needs is a fireplace and a pool lol
Need to think about overhead lighting
“Life’s dreamy moments, intimate snuggles or quiet conversations need a spot where they can occur.” — Debra Prinzing So often we let our side yards go to waste because they aren’t the size and shape we think can be useful
clever design of this alleyway draws us to the focal point of the pergola-covered seating area, while the lush evergreen planting almost intensifies the narrow space. Once again the design is clean and simple.
Spot for a top chef. There are so many good things to say about this side garden design, but
“skadu tuin” — kdmja
Seattle's Architect & Design Firm
Design Ark Inc offers architectural and interior design services. We create spaces and places with the quality and beauty that will last.
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Renewal Design-Build
13 Reviews
Historic Whole House Renovation - Home Gym
Ideabooks2,610
Questions6
lights, floor (but needs TV, barre)
We don't need a ton of space, but enough for equipment and aerobics/stretching.
Sherwin-WilliamsArchitect: Michael NuallaProject development director: Heather ShusterProject manager: John CarpentierInterior designer: Courtney Rogers
light and open home blocks from the center of the very happening Decatur universe. It also won a 2013 Decatur Design Award for a historic renovation, which promotes excellence in preservation, design, sustainability and advocacy.Wall paint: Passive Eggshell 7064; trim paint: Pure White 7005, both by Sher
entirely. Make your goal reasonable and make it measurable. And seriously, this is a personal resolution, not an act of Congress. If you’ve overreached or need to reevaluate your plan at any time, you can!
“Wall color & flooring” — theisslife
Montana Creative architecture + design
Premier Executive & Family Mountain Retreat
Ideabooks12,311
Questions3
span, you'd have about 4' between bunks, rather than roughly 6' in this design. You could go for twin mattresses/bunks instead and retain more floor space, or have bunks on only one wall. If you are interested in more specific design assistance, please feel free to call our office in Whitefish, MT. Happy
So, to put 2 sets of bunks (4 total beds), you need the wall to be 15' long? I only have 13' so I am trying to figure out what to do
Needs a place for backpacks & suitcases
Montana Creative architecture + designSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 14. Built-in wooden bunk beds feature prominently
prominently in rustic spaces. Maybe that’s because the style is a popular choice for cabins and vacation homes, where extra beds are often needed.
“Lots of kids :)” — ahoymeg
Anna Baskin Lattimore Design
Northwood Powder Room
Ideabooks7,837
Questions11
This mirror is available through my studio, At Home Interior Design. Please email me at ahidc@bellsouth.net for price information if you are interested.
I need sconces for a powder room with a black and white scheme, prefer downward focused lights with black
Thanks Letitia and James. If Houzz would like to do a tour of this house, I'm sure my client would oblige. And yes, design should be fun!
Like this sink but needs faucet to go further to center
mirror (complete with birds), iron sconces and geometric tile are fabulous ingredients in this mix. Tip: If you need to save space, play around with setting the faucet to the side of sink. If you need to save even more space than that, mount the faucet into the wall.
“Like this idea” — ladyn138
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
19 Reviews
Bay View Grand Condo in Cancun
Ideabooks7,216
Questions9
soft celadon walls and soft blue ceiling. Two double beds for flexibility as in many hotels. This project altogether is a Catalog based, low budget design.
you want to get a precise shade you need. Is the ceiling blue, or just a reflection from outside?
this case it is called Crema Maya, as this is in Cancun. There are several limestones with a similar tone, depending on what you need you make the choice. Let me know if you need any helping selecting the stone floor. Thanks, Jerry
“Fddfse” — gechi
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
9 Reviews
La Grange Kitchen
Ideabooks11,716
Questions7
Kitchen design by The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn (Glen Ellyn, IL) Interior design by Renee Dion, The Dion Group For more information on kitchen and bath design ideas go to: www.kitchenstudio-ge.com
kitchen is about 13 feet wide, it is a u-shaped kitchen. To make an island work in a u-shaped kitchen you need a minimum of 158" of space. To make an island work in an-L-shaped kitchen, you need a minimum of 133" of space. Neither of these options would include an overhang for seating. To add seating
I like the look. Notice the differing lengths of the pendants. You need good lighting over the sink and stove.
like these cabinets, just need a darker stain
Like the cabinet design and the color. Maybe a little too light though.
“Color of cabinets?” — ricelle
Bonin Architects & Associates
7 Reviews
Lake Sunapee, NH View
Ideabooks9,094
Questions12
This classic Lake Sunapee home has a contemporary interior with spectacular views and an open floor plan designed for entertaining family and friends. Architectural design by Bonin Architects & Associates. Photography by William N. Fish
need to know brand and color of the roof shingles and the make and color of the siding. Thank you!
Please! need to know make and color of both Siding and Roof
place per our home design. There are companies such as http://thecountrygentleman.com/Country-Cupolas.aspx who manufacture cupolas. I hope this helps, thank you for your question!
Hello, thank you for your question. We designed this home for a homeowner
Change hipped roof to radial design?
minus the grass, same plants repeated, simple design
“beautiful New England style” — Maine Colonial
Normandy Remodeling
35 Reviews
Living Room Addition in Tudor Style Home
Ideabooks2,883
Questions6
proportion of these new rooms was paramount in keeping the project true to the home’s original compartmentalized design,” says Vince. “In addition to feeling proportionate, these new spaces needed to mimic the details of the existing home that included dark stained millwork, decorative beams, rich hardwood
This traditional Tudor style home located in Glencoe desperately needed updating to better accommodate the lifestyle of a young and active family. Originally built in the 1920’s, the homeowners sought to add additional living space on the first and second floors that would seamlessly blend with the
the existing historic architecture. They began working with Normandy Designer Vince Weber to create the plans that would eventually become their newly remodeled home. “The original layout of the house was typical in many ways of what one finds in vintage homes,” says Vince. “The homeowners wanted to ensure
“Doors” — lisawilburn
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