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Sonoma County ResidenceTurnbull Griffin Haesloop
Houses designed by Haesloop’s firm tend to need less furniture. “The philosophy is that there should be places for people and places for things,” he says. Shelves in a niche by the bed in the master make sure a book is near at
"Houses designed by Haesloop’s firm tend to need less furniture. “The philosophy is that there should be places for people and places for things,” he says. Shelves in a niche by the bed in the master make sure a book is near at
Houses designed by Haesloop’s firm tend to need less furniture. “The philosophy is that there should be places for people and places for things,” he says. Shelves in a niche by the bed in the master make sure a book is near at hand when the owners settle in for the evening. Similarly, there are built-in
Frances' philosophy on open shelving in her kitchen is simple. "I guess if I fed my family really crappy food, I might want to hide it behind cabinets," she says. "I like to see cookbooks, pretty dishes and things I have collected over the years. It adds warmth and meaning."Wall paint: Chelsea Grey,
Frances’ philosophy on open shelving in her kitchen is simple. “I guess if I fed my family [junk] food, I might want to hide it behind cabinets,” she says. “I like to
Frances' philosophy on open shelving in her kitchen is simple. "I guess if I fed my family really crappy food, I might want to hide it behind cabinets," she says. "I
ExteriorPeace Design
Classical Lines in Modern Homes While modernists promote the absence of ornament, they also incorporate the classical philosophy of order, proportion and repetition. Though this house is clearly modern, it is not difficult to see its resemblance to the other examples in its
Classical Lines in Modern Homes While modernists promote the absence of ornament, they also incorporate the classical philosophy of order, proportion and repetition. Though this house is clearly modern, it is not difficult to see its resemblance to the other examples in its
Classical Lines in Modern HomesWhile modernists promote the absence of ornament, they also incorporate the classical philosophy of order, proportion and repetition. Though this house is clearly modern, it is not difficult to see its resemblance to the other examples in its organization and massing.
Cloud Street ResidenceAna Williamson Architect
:3. Living spaces. [Thomas] Church’s book Gardens Are for People (1955) espouses a pragmatic design philosophy that has forever changed the way we think about residential landscapes. Church believed that gardens were a logical extension of the house and should
3. Living spaces. Church’s book Gardens Are for People (1955) espouses a pragmatic design philosophy that has forever changed the way we think about residential landscapes. Church believed that gardens were a logical extension of the house and should
3. Living spaces. Church’s book Gardens Are for People (1955) espouses a pragmatic design philosophy that has forever changed the way we think about residential landscapes. Church believed that gardens were a logical extension of the house and should be designed with a homeowner’s needs in mind, launching
A Modern GemChristopher Burns Interiors
Choose a complementary auxiliary use, such as a library. I consider dining with books to be the ultimate luxury. Whether talk turns to travel or philosophy, reference materials will be close at hand.
Choose a complementary auxiliary use, such as a library. I consider dining with books to be the ultimate luxury. Whether talk turns to travel or philosophy, reference materials will be close at hand.
Urban RetreatPaul Sangha Landscape Architecture
Soften your hardscape. Most gardens needs some hardscape; it makes the space inviting and functional. Sensitivity to the environment may dictate a philosophy that less is more. Existing concrete may be scored and partially removed to interplant for a softer effect. If concrete is your substrate of choice
Soften your hardscape. Most gardens needs some hardscape; it makes the space inviting and functional. Sensitivity to the environment may dictate a philosophy that less is more. Existing concrete may be scored and partially removed to interplant for a softer effect. If concrete is your substrate of choice
Soften your hardscape. Most gardens needs some hardscape; it makes the space inviting and functional. Sensitivity to the environment may dictate a philosophy that less is more. Existing concrete may be scored and partially removed to interplant for a softer effect. If concrete is your substrate of choice
says. “Even though I am a wildly erratic person, I hate clutter and like clean, well-organized spaces that prioritize multiuse functionality. My philosophy on decorating is that if it doesn’t serve a purpose, it isn’t necessary. I loathe decor and purposeless items in a living space. As a result, the
tiny homes is very appealing to me. It forces one to eliminate unnecessary items and use one’s own space to communicate personality.” Following this philosophy, Menzel used hundreds of deconstructed wooden pallets to build the closet and the cabinet around the fridge.
Shy Rabbit FarmTess Fine
de décoration illustrent bien la philosophie de Sandy, qui aime puiser son inspiration dans la nature.
A large antique pine table anchors the dining room. Vintage cheese boards and cutting boards line the back wall. “Work with nature” is one of Sandy’s philosophies in life and design - the corner
large antique pine table anchors the dining room. Vintage cheese boards and cutting boards line the back wall. "Work with nature" is one of Sandy's philosophies in life and design — the corner branch and tiny bird's nest attest to this mantra.
GRAND POINTE RESIDENCE - LAFAYETTE LAMOSS MANOR | Sarah James Moss
Thank you for your question! The Philosophy Scroll Bench is available online at Moss Manor: http://mossmanor.com/product/philosophy-scroll-bench. It can be used as a seat for two or a unique coffee table or ottoman. We love it!
Philosophy Scroll Bench
Japanese JourneyJulie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Explore a philosophy. interject your personality and life philosophy into your space. your garden to tell a story rather than just decorate a yard. tactile by nature. ... The simplicity of shapes, the monochromatic planting scheme and the crunch of gravel underfoot will be a positive experience
Interject your own philosophy or spirituality
'begin to look for ways to interject your personality and life philosophy into your space. By doing
Explore a philosophy. If you subscribe to the idea, as I do, that a garden should be an extension of its owner, begin to look for ways to interject your personality and life philosophy into your space. By doing this, you enable your garden to tell a story rather than just decorate a yard. In my mind
Eijkenduijn says. The couple applied that formula to what was previously a dark space to create this sunny dining room. "The Scandinavians have this philosophy that if you paint your floors, walls and ceilings white, as soon as the sun comes out, your home is so vivid and bright ... like a burst of sunshine
Eijkenduijn says. The couple applied that formula to what was previously a dark space to create this sunny dining room. "The Scandinavians have this philosophy that if you paint your floors, walls and ceilings white, as soon as the sun comes out, your home is so vivid and bright ... like a burst of sunshine
Eijkenduijn says. The couple applied that formula to what was previously a dark space to create this sunny dining room. ‘The Scandinavians have this philosophy that if you paint your floors, walls and ceilings white, as soon as the sun comes out, your home is so vivid and bright … like a burst of sunshine
It’s just a more functional use of space, and there are fewer dead zones that just wind up being cluttered and dirty.” It’s hard to argue with her philosophy when admiring this sleek wall of lacquered doors. See the rest of this home
It’s just a more functional use of space, and there are fewer dead zones that just wind up being cluttered and dirty.” It’s hard to argue with her philosophy when admiring this sleek wall of lacquered doors.
It’s just a more functional use of space, and there are fewer dead zones that just wind up being cluttered and dirty.” It’s hard to argue with her philosophy when admiring this sleek wall of lacquered doors.See the rest of this home
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