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Our Tiny Tack HouseThe Tiny Tack House
serious small-space living. See more of this home
Size: 133 square feet of living space plus a 63-square-foot sleeping loftWho lives here: Chris and Malissa
Size: 133 square feet of living space plus a 63-square-foot sleeping loftWho lives here: Chris and Malissa Tack; she works in 3D
Size: 12 square metres of living space plus a 6-square-metre sleeping loftWho lives here: Chris Tack and his wife Malissa who works
from friends and neighbours allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space living.See more of this home
A Sacred Space to Bathe by siolJanet Paik
we're still in love with this live wall! Great design by Siol, sets off our blu•stone™ tub perfectly!!
Hi bignose, Isn't it a gorgeous living wall? I don't know all the specifics, but encourage you to reach out to
1. Living wallPerhaps the ultimate way to feel at one with nature while enjoying your soak is to do so while gazing at a living vertical garden
Master Bathroom: "A Sacred Space to Bathe"Designer: Síol StudiosA living wall in the main bath — which Kevin Hackett and Jessica Weigley designed as a
This stunning living wall owes much of its fluid and textural form to baby tears, which is quite
Take the look indoors I couldn’t resist including this amazing indoor living wall. The vivid lime green foliage heightens the feel-good factor of this
Tiny HouseJessica Helgerson Interior Design
back of the toilet.Tell us: What's your best tip for living in a small space?More: Could you live in 220 square feet?
"It's not a perfect way to live," says Helgerson. "The toilet gets runny from working hard, and we know that the clock is ticking when it comes to our
sharing a bedroom. But despite all of this, we get along pretty well for living in such a small space."
‘It’s not a perfect way to live,’ says Helgerson. ‘We know that the clock is ticking when it comes to our
Portfolio ProjectsSnake River Interiors
(or living room) into the bathroom with more traditional furniture and accessories.
full-length windows in bath and living room furniture.
Adding living room furniture and decor to your bathroom will also allow you to achieve
sconces) are key to this bathroom’s warm, calm and inviting living room-like vibe.
Adding living room furniture and decor to your bathroom will also allow
Adding living room furniture and decor to your bathroom will also allow you to achieve this look and personalise your space. The welcoming bath area here
chandelier and wall sconces) are key to this bathroom’s warm, calm and inviting living room–like vibe.
was the living wall custom made or is this a system that can be purchased?
This living wall has an integrated drip irrigation system which recycles water as well
living wall...Master bath green wall living plants....Green living wall...a self contain living wall...Living wall...great image of green living
This single family home in the Greenlake neighborhood of Seattle is a modern home with a strong emphasis on sustainability. The house includes a rainwater harvesting system that supplies the toilets and laundry with water. On-site storm water treatment, native and low maintenance plants reduce the site impact of this project. This project emphasizes the relationship between site and building by creating indoor and outdoor spaces that respond to the surrounding environment and change throughout the seasons.
The OrchardFivedot Design Build
Nice! Here's my live edge wood slab vanity
Love the top, idea for the top of the sitting bench on the living room
love the live edge counter top...down live edge wood slab for desks...live edge top maybe for 1/2 bath...live edge...Live Edge Counter
PAVONIA AVENUEHudson Place Realty
outdoor oasis. With 3,600 sq. ft. of living space, the owner’s triplex showcases a unique formal dining rotunda, living room with exposed brick and built
3. Living spaceUpon first glance, did you mistake this eclectic bathroom for a relaxed living area? Don’t worry, we did, too
exposed brick walls and quirky decor add to this family bathroom’s homey, living room-esque feel.
Bathing RoomNeuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
It's ridiculous! I want to live in this bathroom.
Approach it like a living room: While the majority of us will never have a bathing room this large
gorgeous (undoubtedly original) Victorian-era fireplace is more suited for a living room or dining room than a bathroom. Second, the gorgeous Wetstyle freestanding
Unexpected PairingsA large living room–turned–bathing suite has a contemporary freestanding tub paired with
Georgian Home, DorsetPaul Craig Photography
Paul Craig Photography SaveEmail Looking more like a living room than a bath, this English bathroom has lovely wooden floors and a crystal
Looking more like a living room than a bath, this English bathroom has lovely wooden floors and a crystal chandelier as well as spacious windows. And to
pitchers, soft sheepskin and even a comfortable armchair taken from your living room or kitchen can completely change the look of your bathroom into something
hotel-style pamper zone. Roll-top baths can also help give bathrooms a ‘living room’ feel, as seen here, helped along by the armchair, chandelier and sheepskin
DenverWolfe Design House
getting on with their adult lives, it’s time for you to do the same. Dress up and make the most of what’s on where you live. Whether you love going to the
to rock it out at a concert, or like the idea of an intimate dinner in a live jazz venue, grab a friend or your partner and have a little fun.
13 Foxley St.Ruby Photography Studio
bathroom is outfitted with heated floors, a custom vanity and a soaking tub. “I lived here for a year before I used the tub,” says Enman. “I really have to do
“I lived here for a year before I used the tub,” says Enman. “I really have to do
my home.” — Jenn HannotteWhen was the last time you enjoyed your formal living room, dining room or guest room? Make a point to seek out new favorite spots
River ViewAustin Patterson Disston Architects
greens are great colour choices for rooms (such as the bathroom, bedrooms and living areas) where you like to rest and relax, as they can help create a calming
rooms where you like to rest and relax (such as the bathroom, bedrooms and living areas), as they can help create a calming, serene atmosphere. Warm tones