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Christian Gladu Design
incredibly green home of chevy chase
The house behind with the windows I want
Japanese sliding doors
Japanese style...New York house
Hartford Road House
American and Japanese design. The contemporary elements - a metal clad stair, a garage/workshop and a screened porch - elegantly integrate old and new and artfully accommodate the modern lifestyle of a young family. This house was featured on the AIA Homes Tour. The house includes many inventive organizational
cabinet, or Japanese tansu cabinet, was built adjacent to the stair leading from the kitchen to the upper floor.
Melissa Miranda Interior Design
Converted Carriage House
Wainscoting, japanese cherry blossom photo, white/grey color combo at table
colour for main house
Japanese table...Carriage House
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Nationally recognized Interior Designer featured on HGTV. Full service design firm specializing in design solutions for inspired living.
Sam Crawford Architects
Almost Japanese type of space, open on both sides
japanese doors...rsham House
Ohashi Design Studio
East Bay Hills
Conde House. Photo Credit: John Sutton Photography
Conde House - Akimbo Ex Table
Conde House - Ohashi
conde house...Japanese doors...front of house
Eminent Interior Design
Colorful Dining Space
handmade Japanese paper and we custom ordered the length of the downrod so that it was the appropriate height down from the ceiling. Thank you for your question.
"The house is set back from the road, so all you see are grass and beautiful trees." The homeowners already had the rug, dining table and artwork; Hagen used them for color inspiration. She added silk striped side panels next to the windows and the blue chairs, which are vinyl. "If you're going to
dement harris | design
What about closing the deck with glass? Something like this? Insulated - added room/ maybe family room....added light and value to the house? Fireplace? For hitting?
into our house, every room had those square, flush-mounted Home Depot ceiling fixtures that just scream "rental." Over the years we've slowly swapped them out for statement pieces we love. Our bedroom has a nassa shell chandelier; our hall and dining room have clear globe lights; our den has a Moroccan