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Modern Bedroom
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Where is this located? Does this design work if you don't have a full window view of the ocean?
Please- some advice on window coverings. I have floor to ceiling windows with a great view and a large expanse in my living room (window expanse is 21 feet long and 11feet high). I want some more softness in the room, but don't want a lot
A look that is really clean, but has a softness due to the fabric comes from a product called Vignette from Hunter Douglas. It allows for a filtered view like a
I'm looking for windows like this for a patio in Miami. I have a lakefront view and wanted something seamless and high (approx. 8 ft by 10) ,so it won't obstruct the view. Any suggestions on what I can ask for ?
“Love the big windows (and view :P). Love the bed height and bedframe. Love the wood floor and high c” — aureliae
Wyndhamdesign
Hawk House
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completely, exposing the house to cool breezes and the ocean view. "You can watch whales swim by while lying in bed," says Wyndham.
Imagine waking up in the morning, fresh air coming filtering through on all sides, the sun rising over an ocean view and whales breaching on the horizon. That's the vision
door open for natural ventilation and a view on almost every side. See more: Great Escape: A Tiny, Off-the-Grid Hideout in the California Woods
15. This shed epitomizes rustic design. It sits in the woods of Santa Barbara, California, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Glass doors fold away, while side pieces
1. Coastal hideoutImagine waking up in the morning, fresh air coming filtering through on all sides, the sun rising over an ocean view and whales breaching on the horizon. That’s the vision this designer had in mind for this hideaway on the Californian coast. Salvaged redwood bark
“tiny house” — Lauren Rose
Britto Charette Interiors - Miami Florida
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MIAMI INTERIOR DESIGN - JADE OCEAN
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MIAMI INTERIOR DESIGN - JADE OCEAN
Designers: Jay Britto and David Charette Photographer: Alexia Fodere Karim Rashid's "Vondom" table and chairs from Inside Out MIAMI INTERIOR DESIGN - JADE OCEAN
Eddie, this is jade ocean in sunny isles Miami
The chaired and the view
Contemporary ocean condo
The colors and the views
love the oceanfront view
View and white...The ocean...Ocean view...Nice view!!...Ocean view balcony...Scenic View...amazing view...Love the view!...Nice ocean view
“Balcony furniture” — romisi
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Modern Living Room
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If so, what type, solar screens, mylar or what? This appears to be a western view what degree of openness if solar?
who cares about oceans... ocean views are overrated... I'd rather live in a dark basement anyday...
like a curtain wall? Gorgeous view. Emily Swerdloff
floor to ceiling windows, ocean view, stone walls
Picture yourself waking up to this stunning view !
curved glass and sliding door assembly...great view to ocean
Can you add an ocean view to the backyard?
the ocean. It may be that there are other homes to either side of this. If so, this creates privacy, blocking the view to either side while leaving the ocean view open.
capitalize on a view such as this home by Fulcrum Structural Engineering. Dressing these windows would have been a crime. Unless the homeowner detests the breathtaking, multimillion dollar view.
“sofa design” — bhardwaj
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
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Malibu Architectural
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"For this endless ocean view, instead of the windows going floor to ceiling, the designer
aside from the infinite ocean view, i love the wall hanging and vases/planters.
For this endless ocean view, instead of the windows going floor to ceiling, the designer chose to pull the focus tight by
With views like this, no paintings or other artwork is needed on the walls. Tracy added art via glass sculptures by Robert Kaindle
For this endless ocean view, instead of the windows going floor to ceiling, the designer chose to pull the focus tight by using a smaller window. The minimally framed
“How to frame a view” — Micheal Goodman
Lee H. Skolnick Architecture & Design Partnership
Kamique
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who wouldn't love having an ocean view
its beautiful I want the view too
Love the bathtub and the view
What!? I love a good view
perfect place from which to enjoy drop-dead gorgeous views. Its cocooning shape will lull you into deep relaxation.
West Indies. The only dilemma you’ll encounter during a soak in this bathtub is whether to stay where you are and enjoy the view, or go for a swim in that azure blue Caribbean Sea. The
“Dream bath” — eomeara16
Pitsou Kedem Architect
Jaffa Tel-Aviv Apt
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needs wall art when the natural view is already perfect? The horizontal mirror reflects the ocean view and light from the outdoors; it also visually expands the room and tricks the eye into thinking there's a third window here.Who needs wall art when the natural view is already perfect? The horizontal
horizontal mirror reflects the ocean view and light from the outdoors; it also visually expands the room and tricks the eye into thinking there's a third window here.
A huge mirror opposite a view
use of mirrors to reflect view
Mirror on wall to catch view
Who needs wall art when the natural view is already perfect? The horizontal mirror reflects the ocean view and light from the outdoors; it also visually expands the room and tricks the eye into thinking there's a third window here.
“old stone” — pblundberg
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
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DKOR Interiors - Interior Designers Miami - Modern - Sophisticated Getaway
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Wish I was there at this moment! WOW! Lovely view.
to relate to the ocean views, and we wanted the family to feel as if they were outside when they were in the kitchen, so we brought the outside in and the inside out," Ronderos says.It's an eat-in kitchen, and it combines sleek contemporary and natural touches that complement the view without distracting
Cluster chandelier doesn't distract from the view; materials like wood and stone relate to the beach below. "The idea behind using these natural objects was to make the kitchen cozier," the designer says.
‘The kitchen needed to reference the ocean views, and we wanted the family to feel as if they
Ronderos says.It’s a kitchen-diner, and it combines sleek contemporary and natural touches that complement the view without distracting from it. A glass cluster chandelier doesn’t distract from the view; materials like wood and stone relate to the beach below. ‘The idea behind using these natural objects was
“Table base” — toddlorna
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