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Sol Haus Design
Vina's Tiny House
Ideabooks1,373
Questions2
The great room of the tiny house is the ultimate multi-purpose: living room, dining room, media room, guest bedroom, and yoga room. Lots of natural light brings the outside in and expand the feeling of space. Photo: Eileen Descallar Ringwald
The large pillows are a custom design by a good friend and very talented artist Alicia Morris. The small pillows are designed by Carrie Bahu and made by Lucky Uschi.
140 sq ft house living area
This is the kind of mini house I'd like to build, except switching the desk area for a foldable table and benches
Tiny house built on a trailer, wheels get around codes?
temporary. I’m never leaving.” — tiny-house owner Vina Lustado, as told to Mitchell ParkerWhile the Tiny House movement is very interesting to me, so far most of the examples I’ve seen are too rustic and sparse for my taste. This tiny house, owned and planned out by a designer, is turning me around. All of the
“Doors” — Angela Kennedy Alcorn
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Gretchen
Ideabooks1,691
Questions3
Love the exterior paint, among other things. House paint and trim colors?
Pergola w/ trellis running perpendicular to house
me to the house," says Gretchen.
love the house but the gardens too busy and green needs some colour
defines this century-old home. Much of the hardware is original as well as some windows, doors and hardwood floors. "The details are what drew me to the house," says Gretchen.
“Gate” — danamoruzzi
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Jordan
Ideabooks1,411
Questions3
hundreds of deconstructed wooden pallets to build the closet and the cabinet around the fridge.
- use of repurposed wood as accent/focus wall - use if we do sliding barn doors or old wood accents throughout house
“I suppose my style would be a mix of contemporary, vintage and elemental — steel, wood, stone — materials,” he 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
myself that I still had the capacity to take on a wild idea and bring it to life. Falling asleep in this hilariously odd creation sort of put to rest all my personal struggles and allowed me to have a renewed sense of who I am and what I wanted: a simple, happy life.”
“wooden wall and cabinets” — sassyesquireash
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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BERGHOFF DESIGN GROUP
1 Review
Silverleaf Formal Mediterranean 2013
Ideabooks20,245
Questions5
Landscape designer: Jeff Berghoff Architect: Candelaria Design Builder: Shultz Development
I love the house color and trim. Would you be able to provide names?
EVERYTHING. pueblo house, green house, perfect for garden, would add windows, like curvature, like vines.
Is perfect for my house is amazing to look at it
Outside down the side of house?
Take linear fountain idea for front of house.
“Stunning” — Denise Castel De Oro-Najera
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks82,936
Questions16
Please tell me what it is made from & how it was installed? Love the design and want it to last.
Creeping fig is wonderful but as you know the roots do attach to wood, brick, or stucco. I planted one on a fence that adjoins the house and runners attach to the house but if not connected there should be no problem. The
if you plant a creeping fig on the fence away from the house would it still try to get attach??
for side of house up to bath??
and stone terraces are hallmarks of French garden design. A gravel path is one of the easiest ways to start your landscape. In this case, the gravel defines the path area, while the inset stepping-stones make for a more stable walking surface.Design tip: With any loose stone, be prepared for some m
“Gate gravel” — bethfletch75
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
Ideabooks1,496
Questions4
Hmmmmm, I feel like a little light reading....how in the world do I get to my books?
recessed shoe shelves, a coat closet, and a hidden niche for the wireless router. By the way, the structure is actually two stories tall. Upstairs it houses a large closet for clothes and sports equipment.
Narrow foyer and living room with wall divider - similar layout to your home. The design here is ultramodern, but the space/light furniture layout is similar to your house
Side of house opened up at knockout?
says. Gray painted wood, salvaged from the house during demolition, brackets metal pieces and acts as support beams. “It was cheaper to leave the beams visible, so I made them a statement,” he says.
Sherman’s big idea was to open up the middle of the house, creating a double-height floor that, thanks
“Library” — Sara Pickering
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
Ideabooks815
Questions1
whole house reno. Old rowhouse mad modern
elsewhere for a year or two without investing in buying a house. You will get time to know new neighborhoods, new interests and manage the shift such moves make with all your friends and family. Your investments will likely more than keep pace with the housing market, and you don’t have to sell a home with all
Sherman inhabits the upper two-story dwelling, which has two bedrooms and two baths, and rents out the lower one-bedroom, one-bath unit.The brick row house was built at the turn of the 20th century. When Sherman bought it the floors were caving in and the stoop had collapsed. “I purchased it in 2000, and
“Facade” — andibedn
Hortus Oasis
15 Reviews
Victorian Style House and Formal Gardens
Ideabooks2,604
Questions0
Victorian Style House and Formal Gardens
Pool house from a prebuilt 12 x
patio small by house where dog pen is
Circular design in middle of pathway run
Cool extra fun house.
pool house and patio
porches for existing tiny house
my idea...Love this design....My Favorite...Pool house
“open and tiny” — kininene
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