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Set up fam room with 2 couches across from each other 2 chairs and round table on back wall!
Couches facing each other
Élan Designs – Interior Designer Los Angeles
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Really like this partial waterfall counter...similar to the other picture. Think we like the other one better, but there's something about this.
Swirl stairs on top of each other to 3rd and 1st floor
the railing (other than the obvious!)
LDa Architecture & Interiors
Accessible LEED Residence Office
What's the name of the other lamp?
Other example - It enhances the room by lightening up certain areas around it. - It works with the room because it's small and doesn't overwhelm the room.
Other example of non-structural lighting
Ultraspace by Mark Gacesa
The Runway House
Like the little bench by the shoes and the laundry basket on the other side.
Two of these facing each other...turn bottom 1/2 of shoe rack into drawers
Gina Bon, Airoom Architects & Builders LLC
Porcelanosa is an incredible company out of Spain. I'm sure they will have other tiles that will impress you.
Like the organization plus the ledge but incorporate a step in it the other half as low as the other picture. So dog gets in easy but then a spot for me to sit while washing
Process Design Build, L.L.C.
The cabinets are a Natural Cherry flat panel door with a cherry stain. look at other pictures
other than the flat roof I like the covered patio, pool area and mix of rock
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Mka is correct, those are Italian Cypress. They do well in Mediterranean climates and will work in others as well. Just look it up. There is also a variey called Tiny Tower that is smaller, but hard to find.
Soft leaf yucca in foreground i think ? if so, these look good for next to front of house, they're taller than some others we're seeing..
Bloom Garden Design Mka is correct, those are Italian Cypress. They do well in Mediterranean climates and will work in others as well. Just look it up. There is also a variey called Tiny Tower that is smaller, but hard to find. The spiky plant in the foreground of this photo