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Saniee Architects llc
House in Southern Connecticut
Ideabooks248
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I must explore the benefits of this design.. VERY interesting!!
House in Southern Connecticut
Asian interior.
“Tatami room” — bautista3000
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
uptown flat
Ideabooks273
Questions1
Photography by Ken Wyner 2101 Connecticut Avenue (c.1928), an 8-story brick and limestone Beaux Arts style building with spacious apartments, is said to have been “the finest apartment house to appear in Washington between the two World Wars.” (James M. Goode, Best Addresses, 1988.) As advertised
original architect’s 1927 design. The organizing feature was, and continues to be, the grand “gallery” space in the center of the unit. Every room in the apartment can be accessed via the gallery, thus preserving it as the centerpiece of the “charm and dignity” which the original design intended. Programmatic
for rent in 1928, the apartments were designed “to incorporate many details that would aid the residents in establishing a home atmosphere, one possessing charm and dignity usually found only in a private house… the character and tenancy (being) assured through careful selection of guests.” Home to
“altaar” — azadehh
Saniee Architects llc
House in Southern Connecticut
Ideabooks496
Questions0
House in Southern Connecticut
lobby design
“tatame em casa” — Susanna Vieira
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
7 Reviews
Zen Garden
Ideabooks4,202
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Interiors can be designed to have motion and variability, but so can spaces that are visible through windows in the house, like this Japanese rock garden
be drawn to white interiors — but stark white can feel too clinical. Rich, warm earth tones create the same serene vibe but in a more interesting way than white alone.
Design Element 5. Texture This picture seems to be of a stone garden. Stone gardens use lines to create a work of art. In this garden the
Interiors can be designed to have motion and variability, but so can spaces that are visible through windows in the house, like this Japanese rock garden.
Zen earth tones. If a peaceful feeling is what you crave at home, you may be drawn to white interiors — but stark white can
“Japan garden” — maddwax
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Living Room
Ideabooks2,592
Questions6
Beautiful interior space. What wood is the door?
“Japanese style interior. Wood trim with plaster style wall fields" See the open kitchen- On one hand, don't like the isolated kitchen, on other hand
Japanese Interior Design
“Floors” — Divina G
Busby Cabinets
13 Reviews
Naples
Ideabooks5,650
Questions10
the fireplace that provides more detail on the fireplace design?
What type of stone was used in making this fire place and who designed and built it? It is absolutley STUNNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm sorry, but Busby Cabinets does not have this info. You may want to check with Montana & Associates of Orlando, they were the interior designers of this project. http://montanna.com/
interior designer (Montanna and Associates) on this project, they may be able to give you direction. http://montanna.com/
I do not have this info, but you may contact Montana and Associates (the interior design firm on the project). You can visit their website at http://montanna.com/
contact Montanna & Associates (628 Ellen Drive Winter Park, Florida 32789; tel: 407.339.7444 fax: 407.622.0506) for this info. They were the interior design firm that handled this beautiful project.
“windows, room height” — toby041208
Nora Schneider Interior Design
9 Reviews
Summer Home
Ideabooks5,017
Questions10
Hi Nora, thanks for taking the time to identify all of the beautiful colors in your design. Fantastic job!! I do have some questions: 1) what color was used for all the trim 2) in all of the rooms you used an inside mount for the shades;
shades; why did you decide to use an outside mount for this room, and finally 3) where were the blinds purchased? Thanks--and bravo on your amazing design!!
even with its minimal design, this spacious bedroom feels warm and welcoming, thanks to the earthy brown wall color.
Nice design and the color red! Very Chinese tho, not my Japanese style.
However, even with its minimal design, this spacious bedroom feels warm and welcoming, thanks to the earthy brown wall color.
“Sitting area, sconces” — dhpaulk
Daedal Woodworking
4 Reviews
Ryokan (Japanese Guest House) Interior
Ideabooks1,412
Questions3
Hello. This seating area was designed and built for this interior. It consists of an 18" high platform with a 3' x 3' well to accomodate the seating area. I serve the greater Chicagoland area, and would be happy to consult if you are nearby
Um, actually the doors were part of the original environment. They look great with our interior though, don't they? Thanks for the interest! Paul
Photos in Ryokan (Japanese Guest House) Interior
“Asia feel” — kwlpaz
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