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Kim E Courtney Interiors & Design Inc
2 Reviews
Kim E. Courtney Designs Harbor Hill House
Ideabooks4,227
Questions4
Celebrate a classic. A black and white checkerboard floor is timeless and gives any room a smart edge. Here a glossy finish shows the look to full effect, while
Celebrate a classicA black and white chequerboard floor is timeless and gives any room a smart edge. Here, a glossy finish shows the look off to full effect, while antique furnishings play to the design’s ancient history.
Celebrate a classic. A black and white checkerboard
“Floor” — Lennox Tartan Design
WA design
8 Reviews
Berkeley Courtyard House
Ideabooks1,961
Questions2
it lurks in the shadows, revealing bits and pieces in a provocative fashion. Many gardeners and most outdoor lighting specialists are guilty of celebrating the light more than embracing its absence — and the entire composition suffers, as it remains incomplete. Notice the provocative interplay between
it lurks in the shadows, revealing bits and pieces in a provocative fashion. Many gardeners and most outdoor lighting specialists are guilty of celebrating the light more than embracing its absence — and the entire composition suffers, as it remains incomplete. Notice the provocative interplay between
it lurks in the shadows, revealing bits and pieces in a provocative fashion. Many gardeners and most outdoor lighting specialists are guilty of celebrating the light more than embracing its absence — and the entire composition suffers, as it remains incomplete.Notice the provocative interplay between
“semitransparente Wand bei Eingang” — nepomuk
Kathryn Waltzer
6 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Architectural House
Ideabooks492
Questions0
Frank Gehry Wiggle Chair, 1972. Made of corrugated cardboard laminated together, the chair celebrates freeform design and recyclable materials in a beautiful way.
There's no better example of 1970s design than the Frank Gehry Wiggle Chair from 1972. Made of corrugated cardboard laminated together, the chair celebrates freeform design and recyclable materials in a beautiful way.
There's no better example of 1970s design than the Frank Gehry Wiggle Chair from 1972. Made of corrugated cardboard laminated together, the chair celebrates freeform design and recyclable materials in a beautiful way.
“Rock” — lklordan
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Loft Conversion
Ideabooks44
Questions2
This commercial-to-residential remodel took an abandoned commercial building in southeast Portland and transformed it into an open, light-filled celebration of simplicity. Architect Elizabeth Williams of Pencil Work Studio designed the remodel of the building, which in its hundred-year life had served
“Bench and coats” — hellovilma
BMH Design Studio
Fairfax Walk
Ideabooks124
Questions0
between the private front garden and a second garden nestled under a giant live-oak tree in the back of the property. The play of natural light is celebrated through carefully composed windows and apertures. Electric light in the landscape extends the perceived interior spaces into the gardens at night
“Mauer” — designer7901
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
Ideabooks789
Questions1
for the new home and some of the historic logs were salvaged and custom milled to create the distinctive interior wood paneling. The atrium space celebrates light and water with open and connected kitchen, living and dining areas. The bedroom, office and bathroom have a more intimate feel, like a waterside
“τεχνοτροπία ξύλου” — kgantzidis
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Tim@Design-Maze
Ideabooks223
Questions1
Some of the leftover '80s design is still celebrated. A mirror wall at the entrance reflects a mixture of antique and midcentury pieces.
“Mirrored wall” — crtoole
Celebration Decor
New Celebration Door Inside View
Ideabooks0
Questions0
New Celebration Door Inside View
Celebration Decor
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