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Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Tineke triggs
tips and online tools for taking the paperless plunge Add to ideabook by Amy Lau Design Bedtime: Make your bedroom a tech-free zone. Remove as many electronic devices as possible from your bedroom and see what a difference it makes in the way you feel. To have a more restful sleep, try
“Johnathon Adler Swivel Chairs” — pattyoc
Seattle Architecture and Design
We are a small architectural firm specializing in residential projects of all sizes. We involve the client throughout the design & building process to ensure they understand their home as it evolves.
Modern Exterior
A last Pb Elemental project includes three live/work units with ground floor retail space. Pictured are two units in the rear, removed from the street by the front building and an area for parking. Note the porous paving for part of the parking.
“Win” — filip11
Bulhon Design Associates
2 Reviews
West Austin Modern
I am looking for ideas for a landing at the bottom of the steps what will help remove water and stones from shoes.
“covered patio, roof lines” — design essentials
Moon Bros Inc
What did you use for roof material? Looks interesting. Remove able or permanent? Thanks.
“Lighting” — gibsonra05
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
I like the gravel entry-but for snow removal it would...wait a min! Electric heated walkways!!! This could work!!
“Entrance” — kyliegreen
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Elsie Street
If dome walls could be removed...
“.” — keilerman
catlin stothers design
14 Reviews
S t L a z a r e
desperate to overhaul their inadequetly sized kitchen. In order to achieve a larger layout, the dividing wall between the kitchen and dining room was removed. This provided a much larger area, but also presented a big challenge. With the surrounding walls being either windows or entry points, the storage
“Seats” — Jessica Parreño
Jason Snyder
Grasso Home
They completely opened up the third-floor attic, removing interior walls to create an office space. The ceiling collar joists are painted with an accent color. The flooring is birch-veneer plywood sheets ripped into 12-inch-wide strips. Bryan routered the edges and staggered the boards. The chairs are
“If we would ever do the attic area” — cpoe
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