13 built-in book shelf Eclectic Exterior Design Photos

Cottage Home, Inc.
1 Review
LakeBridge Guest Cottage
Ideabooks5,858
Questions5
Is the fire pit custom or off the shelf?
Built into remaining wall
“Diseño de casa de descanso” — dianitaflorez
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Stone House
Ideabooks3,407
Questions2
nice porch, double-door, chaisey shelf on the right, could also do a hammock
VERY small, but temporary until barn is built?
Built in beds on porch
“Metal and stone, old fashioned sign” — lutzknearl
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Duke Street, Alexandria
Ideabooks4,702
Questions5
Townhouse developments are becoming increasingly popular as part of an effort to conserve space and facilitate pedestrian zones. Most such developments built today are modeled on federal style.Tell us: What do you think about the federal, or Adam, style? Are you ready to embrace it, or do you prefer to admire
“white paint?” — 303w29
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Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
A Small Retreat by the Ocean
Ideabooks1,857
Questions1
I like this foto books it is for funn
Great way to maximize views for the cabin if: i) angled toward the point of the lake; and ii) the deck was screened in!
“like the juxtaposition of the two sections” — sharispice
Simon Dale
Low Impact Woodland home
Ideabooks2,608
Questions1
Books out so houses (outdoor libraries) and houses out of books, lovin it!
I love the organic flow of this home! Makes me want to grab a cup of tea and curl up with a good book!
2. The Hobbit House, by Simon and Jasmine Dale, Wales (2005) Builder Simon Dale built this low-impact, low-cost home for his family using very basic tools and local natural materials, all dug out of the ground or harvested from the s
The Hobbit House, by Simon and Jasmine Dale, Wales (2005) Builder Simon Dale built this low-impact, low-cost home for his family using very basic tools and local natural materials, all dug out of the ground or harvested from the s
roof's insulating layer of straw bales.Although the house looks like it was taken from one of Peter Jackson's New Zealand sets, Dale and his family built the house as an expression of their design ethos. Fed up with paying a hefty monthly mortgage, he says that building his home from natural materials —
“hobbit house - pompe si gradina” — dgrosu
Sater Design Collection, Inc.
7 Reviews
Sater Group's "Seabrook" Custom Home Design..
Ideabooks46
Questions1
Mediterranean Book (Page 112) Ultimate Mediterranean Book (Page 96)
Thank you I just bought the cottage and villas book and I found it. I'm torn between this home and "the Kinsey" home plan by sater :( Do you know what book the Kinsey home plan is in? I bought the dan sater luxury book hoping it
Whitney, Below is a listing of recent magazines and the only two books of ours it is featured in. Thanks for your interest! Designer Dream Homes Issue Twenty-Four (Page 204) Designer Dream Homes Issue Twenty-seven (Page 102) Designer Dream Homes Issue Twenty-Nine (Page 115) Designer
“everything” — Whitney Garner
Alex Amend Photography
Treehouse
Ideabooks1,654
Questions1
Now that the family rents out the tree house, it's become even more of a treasure. "In recent years, this tree house has proven to be sort of a Field of Dreams experience for our family," says Doug. "When we built it over a decade ago, we had no idea that it would bring such special guests from around
Alex Amend Photography by Alex Amend Photography Simple, irregular shelving between the tree house studs creates storage space for games and books. A down-filled duvet, vintage trunks, quilts and pillows add to the space's cozy ambience. The Studebakers decided to build this treehouse when they
It was important to Doug to minimize damage to the tree and pay careful attention to its structure while he built the tree house. This meant that the design needed to allow for growth of the tree's branches.
“Maison arbre” — pillgirl
Henry Yorke Mann architect
1 Review
Quietude
Ideabooks598
Questions1
I like the shelf built on the outside window.
Outside quirky house. Henry Yorke Mann architect. $25,000. Built outside Oliver, BC. The house has an identical design on all four sides, which simplified construction
put a shelf like this one under cabin windows
built on slope inexpensive
“small Mandala shape in Brithish Columbia only cost $25K to build!!” “Small eco friendly idea”” — secretgardenhein
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