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Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Marin County House
Ideabooks1,193
Questions1
like courtyard effect; could have studio as one side and living quarters as the other...
Great use of a dogtrot space...
Too much open area, but cool as a covered patio space
as above this outdoor dining table. Sure, the opening does not allow for eating in the rain, but it brings plenty of light to what would be a dark space if totally covered, and it frames the sky above the table in a way that borders on the spiritual.
“deck to patio” — lisaannand
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks1,683
Questions3
These fabulous lights make this hallway bright and interesting. What a clever way to light up a space.
The entry truly exemplifies Wright's notion of compress and release. This photo peers down the front gallery, showing how the space narrows and the ceilings drop, perhaps indicating the transition to more private quarters.
The entry truly exemplifies Wright's notion of compress and release. This photo peers down the front gallery, showing how the space narrows and the ceilings drop, perhaps indicating the transition to more private quarters. At night, the windows are illuminated by custom-fit triangular
The entry truly exemplifies Wright's notion of compress and release. This photo peers down the front gallery, showing how the space narrows and the ceilings drop, perhaps indicating the transition to more private quarters. At night, the windows are illuminated by custom-fit triangular recessed lights
“Love the brick” — Adrian Anderson
Ehrlich Architects
2 Reviews
Waldfogel Residence
Ideabooks7,355
Questions5
Great utilisation of this corner space. Looks very smart.
Brilliant way of making room for other things!! Build your couch 'in'.
built-in couch design. By taking advantage of this space, the room can now seat three extra people comfortably. This is a great option for smaller spaces that may feel tight with too many freestanding furnishings.
The kitchen isn’t the only space that can benefit from built-in corner seating. Consider
mirror before going out, then take off one accessory off. This space adheres to the beauty of understatement.
This corner of a living room in residence designed by Steven Ehrlich follows the corner window that helps define the space. A bench with side table takes advantage of the natural light spilling
“hearth size” — berts622
Holly Marder
The home of Hyland and Malia
Ideabooks2,673
Questions5
It's nice to know that others have enjoyed this wonderful furniture!! I wish I could purchase a new bedroom set from them. Are they still in business? (We have this wall unit since 1965!)
If you have space for a three-sided sectional like this one, yippee! But don’t forget that people have to be able to easily get into the room.
basic family room with kitchen and dining in one space, maybe too much furniture and
space for a three sided sectional.
This sectional has a lot of space, but might feel too crowded. Especially if we put the love sac in the room.
If you have space for a three-sided sectional like this one, yippee! But don’t forget that people have to be able to easily get into the room. Your kids will happily
“Table” — dmcollett
Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
Cove House
Ideabooks3,165
Questions2
Could be a nice small space yard.
Here is a view from the side at night, accentuating the transparency of the screens and giving us a view into the living space.
Outdoor screened in space
easy outdoor space, flooring
Here is a view from the side at night, accentuating the transparency of the screens and giving us a view into the living space.
other view...Open/ 2 story space...Spacing in frame
“Tree in stone patio” — joyconner
Rauser Design
1 Review
Farmhouse Living Room
Ideabooks6,221
Questions9
of every knot and character mark of the wood, staining may be worth a try. One last concern, as you can see in the second picture. The patches of other wood indicate where my cabinets will be (the bare taped parts indicate my oven backsplash). I was liking the tongue and groove as my backsplash on those
Adding interest to an area of a room / defining a space within a space with horizontal cladding
Punch out a wall. Try extending a wall to gain more space. Or maybe you can gobble up unused space, like from that breezeway that connects to the garage.
Sort of a master suite combination in a way... depends on the space and how it's utilized, would want more Eye level light
gain more space. A little can go a long way. Or maybe you can gobble up unused space, like from that breezeway that connects to the garage.
“Fan (Kittery Point by Kichler)” — janniea
Appalachian Antique Hardwoods
1 Review
Balsam Mountain Rustic Elegance
Ideabooks1,566
Questions2
Hello and thanks for your question and your interest! Appalachian Antique Hardwoods was the provider of the railing system for this outdoor space. We refer to the product as "RusticRails" and we can either provide the materials to construct such rails, or fabricate them in our facility for installation
Would love to have a covered outdoor space somewhere in back.
Love the natural twig railing used for this beautiful outdoor space!
great outdoor space - the railing could be plainer
“great outdoor space - the railing could be plainer” — rogueriverwoman
Eleven Interiors
12 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks5,579
Questions11
Knoll has so many iterations of a similar green, would you mind sharing what fabric and color was used in this space?
too sterile and cold, as opposed to softer, creamier whites that can help to warm up the starker whites in the space. Balance between the creamy and the stark whites is what will make the space feel warm, inviting and interesting.
matches the other vino/alcohol type art in the bar...cool!
Remove your area rugs and scatter rugs. Unbroken floor space always makes a room appear larger.
No floor rug to make space look bigger?
the more floor space you can see, the bigger the room will appear.
Remove your area rugs and scatter rugs. Unbroken floor space always makes a room appear larger.
“Table and chairs” — Jen Fell
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