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Tara Seawright
Living Room
Ideabooks4,504
Questions8
i like the glass front door. perhaps something like this at our house
This black and white cowhide rug fits right into this eclectic beach house living room.
When I saw this room in Becky's Hamptons house tour ideabook, I fell in love. The spare lines of the iron furniture are perfect for an airy, but sophisticated beach home.
The house is a small English cottage on the water. "The family was only going to keep the house for a short time frame. We filled it with inexpensive, non-committal forms of color, like pillows from West
“The iron chairs” — buffy7011
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Mill Valley
Ideabooks130K
Questions34
A Barn door is a simple way to rustic up the house without overdoing it
master bedroom, you can politely direct traffic elsewhere by closing the door, hanging a Do Not Disturb sign on the doorknob or giving a limited house tour that lets guests peek into only the spaces that you want them to see.More:8 Elements of the Perfect Party IslandHow to Arrange Your Room for Ent
this rustic barn door automatically made this photo worth saving. Painting the door white makes it feel more modern and cohesive with the rest of the house, and contrasts with the shearling bedding inside.
“door” — soniatraugott
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
Phinney Ridge Seattle
Ideabooks9,622
Questions13
changed in the future."The aquamarine-blue touches reminded Wilson and her clients of Palm Springs. "It was one of those things we saw on a lot of house tours, and it just stuck," says Wilson, "along with the use of wood on ceilings."Gray sofa: EQ3; round glass table: vintage, Eileen Gray; pillows: Waverly
The house has a reverse floor plan, with the bedrooms and bathrooms on the first floor and an open kitchen, living area and dining space, plus a half bath, on the second level.For the second floor, Wilson purposefully stayed with basic finishes that would be timeless — walnut floors, white kitchen cabinets
“side board w/color + wood” — lrosenzweig
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
Cool House Tour 2011
Ideabooks2,469
Questions1
This project will be featured on the 2011 Cool House Tour in Austin, TX. The tour focuses on energy efficient homes. http://www.txses.org/solar/ Photo by Jonathan Jackson
Cool House Tour 2011 by CG&S Design-Build
2011 Cool House Tour in Austin, TX. The tour focuses on energy efficient homes. http://www.txses.org/solar/
This project will be featured on the 2011 Cool House Tour in Austin, TX. The tour focuses on energy efficient homes. http://www.txses.org/solar/
The photo of this energy-efficient house in Austin, Texas, shows not only the extension of the roof but also how it aligns with the patio below. The roof shades but it also helps define a large outdoor space that wraps around to a seating area adjacent to an outdoor fireplace.
“Beautiful...” — amyjolene
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1 Review
Hen House
Ideabooks3,322
Questions1
Pretty amazing Hen House or what my friends calls the Chicken Coop-Deville.
would love to incorporate a hen house into the shed
simple and stylish, perfect for my 130 year old house
I love this hen house!
Hen house...hen house tour...hen house in shed...Hen house!!...Indoor hen house...Shop hen house...Hen House
“Chicken coop” — Kim Gygi
Forsite Studio
5 Reviews
Milton Duplex - 5 star energy rated
Ideabooks1,754
Questions3
This house is clad in metal and stucco, so the architects used western red cedar as a contrast. “The wood on the eaves creates an interesting texture and defines
This house is clad in metal and stucco, so the architects used western red cedar as a contrast. “The wood on the eaves creates an interesting texture and defines the space,” says Aijit Smith, founder of Forsite Architecture in Austin, Texas.
“g00000” — miniyu
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Richard and Maxime: Montreal
Ideabooks1,906
Questions4
this whole house tour is full of great ideas and design
Montreal residents spent six months remodeling the house
setting in which they could highlight their collection of contemporary art. To accomplish both, the Montreal residents spent six months remodeling the house, moving and widening doorways, lacquering wood moldings in white, opening up spaces and adding a private apartment in the basement. “We wanted to enhance
Esther HershcovichSave to IdeabookEmail Photo The home renovation project started in the dining room. “It’s natural we did, since it’s the center of the house,” Vandal says. “We had this large, beautiful set of windows and shutters that we wanted the door openings to reflect.” They moved one doorway and
“dining room” — vrawls3
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks8,802
Questions10
"Row houses typically have straight run stairs that are stacked one atop the next," he says. The clients wanted to find a way to make movement between the garden floor (the floor above the cellar) and garden easier. “We decided to turn the staircase that connects the garden floor to the cellar around
are still limited to the front and back (with the occasional lightwell on the side), but the biggest appeal is located out back...See more of this house
“Benjamin Moore: Pale Avocado 2146-40 in a Satin finish. Thank you!” — Mollie Bosman
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