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Feldman Architecture, Inc.
Mill Valley Cabins
the main house, tread lightly on the land, with a rooftop providing the space to garden. Learn more about rooftop gardens and green roofs
2. Add a green roof. A green roof, which is basically a giant raised-bed garden placed atop a roof, can help cool the air, insulate the interior of your home, and
of this house, initially borrowed from the hillside, has been restored on the roof.See more of this house
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
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AFTER: The space now contains a "mud alley," where the family members enter the home and hang up their snowy outerwear, organize the mail and leave their wet boots to warm
make the house feel bigger," says Smith. This meant altering the entire floor plan, beginning with relocating the main entrance. Smith created a "mud alley" here, which navigates the space between the existing sunroom and former garage. "Although the space is only four feet wide, there are plenty of places
in your home, make it stand out. This designer created a wall shield using textured ceramic tile, which makes this modern, clean-burning Rais wood stove feel distinct and separate from the rest of the hallway.
Rhodes Architecture + Light
existing house built in 1954. Any comparison between the new and old structures ends there. The house was commissioned by a local developer as a speculative residence and sold immediately upon completion in the fall of 2006. Taking advantage of a beautiful southwestern view of Elliott Bay and the West Seattle
views. The house's dynamic modern form opens through a glass atrium on the north and glass curtain walls on the northwest and southwest. In a spread featuring Magnolia Gardens, Northwest Home + Garden Magazine (Nov./Dec. 2006) listed Rhodes Architecture + Light as "One of the Top Regional Architects." This
Mark Newman Design
New home with several large walk in closets
in the house! I'm sure it was a Benjamin Moore, as that's what I use almost exclusively, and I would guess it's in the "Historical Colors" section. Maybe Bleeker Beige or Shaker Beige...
current house and love having light and privacy all at the same time.
In Detail Interiors
Cool island design
one that houses “desk” items such as pens, pencils and paper and the other houses day to day food items. The other two “pantries” hide more food storage on one side and small appliances on the other. The oval glass tile on the backsplash and the ceasarstone countertops with small flecks of blue/green
suburban home wanted a fun and funky kitchen that would function well for entertaining as well as work well for family gatherings. The inspiration for the color of the island was found in her mother’s precious china. As much as the client loved the cerulean blue, we convinced her that it would work best
space is home to a 36in Subzero refrigerator, SZ icemaker, SZ beverage center, 36in Wolf range, Wolf warming drawer and GE advantium second oven! The client also did not want a typical breakfast nook but yet we had the bay windows to address. In a later phase the client planned to add doors going outside
AB Design Studio, Inc.
Mid-Century Modern Home
hillside home. full restoration | addition | modernization. board formed concrete | clear wood finishes | mid-mod style.
hillside home. full restoration | addition | modernization. board formed concrete | clear wood finishes | mid-mod style. ADD the lighting
dusk shot of exterior walk and house
side of house idea...Side house...Modern Home
whole house remodel updated and expanded a 1950’s contemporary. Redwood siding from the original home was used on this accent wall in the new powder room. Architect: Harrison Design; Landscape Design/Construction: Grace Design Associates; Photography: Jake Cryan Photography
original house) to do this wood panel in the powder room. Yours turned out amazing. Love the color. Thank you for sharing.
The wall is reclaimed redwood siding from the original house, wire wheeled for texture, brushed on brownish/grey stain, then a water based clear coat on top for water protection