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Studio MM, pllc
Creek House
Ideabooks131
Questions1
like the cedar siding The only other opening on this side is the entry, carved into the northwest corner. The vertical tongue and groove cedar siding is treated with a transparent coating
The only other opening on this side is the entry, carved into the northwest corner. The vertical tongue and groove cedar siding is treated with a transparent coating that protects against sun and rain. When the coating's five-year life span is up, the clients can continue the same treatment or leave
“door” — bwailand
Larry Hanna
Road to Emerald 2013
Ideabooks1,856
Questions5
love it (other than mirror frame, which creeps me out)
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“emerald” — Caitlin Cleveland
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
2 Reviews
Vermont Lake Home
Ideabooks1,056
Questions3
This door, with a ceiling fan or windows on other walls could feel like you are outside in a breeze. Add hammock!
In this hallway just off the entry, the two small bedroom doors face each other. The bath sits opposite the two doors, creating a triangle. The transom windows above each door help air and light circulate into the bathroom, which has no windows. "There's something fun about moving parts, too," says Herrmann
“Shelving” — jamielynch55
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
modern exterior architecture
Ideabooks1,652
Questions4
This beezeway is also narrow and serves primarily as a means of circulation. Here the space separates two buildings that sit perpendicular to each other, like an "L" in plan. The breezeway pulls the wind through to cool the adjacent courtyard.
Mixture of stone and other
“pilloes” — Morgan Reimer
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Shell Beach Residence
Ideabooks4,750
Questions2
On the other end of the spectrum, glass walls minus the ceiling will block wind without blocking all air flow, which is particularly helpful should you want to enjoy an open fire pit! Frosted glass, as seen here, will give you a little more privacy, and the slivers of air between the glass inserts and
“Backyard privacy wall” — melzfire
Hobus Homes
4 Reviews
Home Office
Ideabooks1,969
Questions5
bedroom desk for either master or other downstairs bedroom
Tabletops and other decorative items in the home are made of glass specifically engineered for each application.
“Buy it” — catrina01
Space Harmony
10 Reviews
Vancouver Home
Ideabooks7,097
Questions9
alignment. Approximately 1-square-foot sheets are the most common. Metal tiles aren’t all made the same, though. Some are made of solid metal, while others have a porcelain or resin body wrapped with a metal finish coating. Be sure to check with the manufacturer on the details of the product. Depending
alignment. Approximately 1-square-foot sheets are the most common. Metal tiles aren’t all made the same, though. Some are made of solid metal, while others have a porcelain or resin body wrapped with a metal finish coating. Be sure to check with the manufacturer on the details of the product. Depending
“mobilier noir” — Boutique Déco-sphère
Glenn Gissler Design
Glenn Gissler Design
Ideabooks6,766
Questions3
Framed works on paper. I like how one piece is hung above the fireplace and the other sits on the mantel.
On its own, each of the works above the mantel would be too small to fill that slice of wall. The solution? Elevate one, then prop the other to create a sense of motion and even out the visual weight.
“Like the paint on the mantel” — bb Interiors
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