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From the Ground Up
spacing and pattern of solar tubes
Keeping with the $150,000 budget, the house is finished simply. A wall faced in oriented strand board separates the loft space from the service areas — storage, kitchen, bathroom, laundry. Additional natural light enters the house through solar tubes. Their orientation across the ceiling echoes the
Gritton & Associates Architects
"Notice how the clay tile floor changes pattern to a 45-degree [angle] that helps to define the space and anchor the dining table," says Gritton. Rough- sawn wood timbers frame the tall coffer in the ceiling, and green paint accents the arched niche, which utilizes another beam as a display shelf for
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stone facade AutumnLeaf
Great for a covered outdoor space. Have a wood burning fireplace against the brick wall
The dining room. While candlelight makes people look their best, food may be hard to discern if there's not enough light. This dining space takes care of that with a centerpiece of candles on a tray (for easy removal) and candles tucked inside cutouts in the wall. An electric chandelier on a dimmer joins
Blount Architectual and Interior Design
white, allows a whimsical design to begin to take shape. The dark chairs add depth and the drapery panels falling behind the vignette encases the space for a cozy feel.
Perfect table for the space
Stephanie Wiley Photography
white space with pops of color.
WILEY HOUSE: A vintage table and bench add character to the bright dining room. Connected to the living room, the dining space gets definition from a jute rug found on Overstock.com.
A vintage table and bench add character to the bright dining room. Connected to the living room, the dining space gets definition from a jute rug found on Overstock.com.
Forte by Christina Karras
lights, airiness and the empty space below seats
“We kept the details very minimalist and organic,” Karras says. “I love color, but it would have made this small space too choppy.” Karras designed the table to
“We kept the details very minimalist and organic,” Karras says. “I love color, but it would have made this small space too choppy.” Karras designed the table to suite her client’s desire for a farmhouse piece that was more Danish than rustic.
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another view of simply nice dining space
The door and the white color that create a clean, bright space.
The first floor was originally one big, open space, so Martin and Tessa removed the kitchen from where the office is now to create a larger kitchen. They also divided the kitchen and dining room by adding a sectional wall. Though traffic can flow freely from the kitchen to the dining room, the wall provides
David Vandervort Architects
Orcas Island Cabin
400 square foot space on Orca Island Designed by David Vandervort Architects
Intimate space for 2
Finding a fabric to complement both the traditional lines of this table and the clean architecture of the space might have been a challenge, but ticking stripes rose to it with aplomb.