954 property Entry Design Photos

Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Fish Creek Compound Guest House
Ideabooks782
Questions1
steel and cedar shingles treated with a fire retardant — don’t just help the structures blend into the landscape. They are also a precaution, as the property lies in a wildland-urban interface, where the risk of wildfires is higher.
steel and cedar shingles treated with a fire retardant — don’t just help the structures blend into the landscape. They are also a precaution, as the property lies in a wildland-urban interface, where the risk of wildfires is higher.While the small space has certainly changed Carney’s outlook on his lifestyle
steel and cedar shingles treated with a fire retardant - don’t just help the structures blend into the landscape. They are also a precaution, as the property lies in an area with a risk of wildfires.While the small space has certainly changed Carney’s outlook on his lifestyle, there is a downside. ‘I’m
“revetement exterieur” — mnoellenicole
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: 140 year old mud brick home
Ideabooks283
Questions0
set in the afternoon over the front porch. This is a great spot for relaxing to watch the sun set — very calming," says Ros.Wood collected on the property fuels fires in the living room and a fire pit outside. The front entrance to the house and its original doors and sash windows were restored.
set in the afternoon over the front porch. This is a great spot for relaxing to watch the sun set – very calming,” says Ros.Wood collected on the property fuels fires in the living room and a fire pit outside. The front entrance to the house and its original doors and sash windows were restored.
“narrow sidelights” — Mary Williams
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
Ideabooks5,966
Questions3
One of the pods is the combined living, dining and kitchen spaces; it opens to an expansive deck. The other pods are the private bedroom areas. The property posed many challenges. Not only is it sloped and narrow, but a natural spring runs beneath the hillside. "You could poke the dirt anywhere and water
the combined living room, dining room and kitchen areas; it opens to an expansive decking area. The other pods are the private bedroom areas. The property posed many challenges. Not only is it sloped and narrow, but a natural spring runs beneath the hillside. ‘You could poke the dirt anywhere and water
“Our inspiration picture for the entry way and landscape” — snglass
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
IdeaGarden entry/mudroom
Ideabooks15,550
Questions4
the live-edge bench from the only tree that was taken down on the property during construction. The ceiling slats are Douglas fir.
“Artist Jordy Morgan created the live-edge bench from the only tree that was taken down on the property during construction.” — Mitchell ParkerIf you have to cut down
“Usa intrare” — ddorin
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks14,600
Questions20
000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision to convert the building back to single family residence for their young family. The design concept was to restore the limestone exterior
interior into a home with an open floor plan and modern amenities for entertaining and family living, incorporating vintage details from the original property whenever possible. Program requirements included five bedrooms, all new bathrooms, contemporary kitchen, salon, library, billiards room with bar,
000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision to convert the building back to single family residence for their young family. The design concept was to restore the limestone exterior
“Molding for walls?” — sohawkins
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House entry
Ideabooks223
Questions1
straight to the rear of the house, framing one of the property’s many moonah trees.
The front door opens into the kitchen and dining room on the second floor. Glass walls and windows lead straight to the rear of the house, framing one of the property’s many moonah trees.
into the kitchen and dining room on the second floor. Glass walls and windows lead straight to the rear of the house, framing one of the property’s many moonah trees.
“Same materials” — garfitt01
Kathy Best Design
2 Reviews
Napa Valley Showhouse
Ideabooks365
Questions2
by Terry St. John. Meanwhile, an antique church pew invites people to sit and appreciate the art and sculptural objects on the rustic table. “The property is on a winery in the Napa Valley, which is also quite agrarian,” Best says. “I was trying to pull in elements and colors from the outside. For instance
by Terry St. John. Meanwhile, an antique church pew invites people to sit and appreciate the art and sculptural objects on the rustic table. “The property is on a winery in the Napa Valley, which is also quite agrarian,” Best says. “I was trying to pull in elements and colors from the outside. For instance
“Love the base” — sarahrudy
Saniee Architects llc
Wheeler Residence
Ideabooks4,516
Questions5
steel mesh from McNichols Company to transition to a new addition on a 1980s home. Architect Mahdad Saniee likes the low-maintenance and noncorrosive properties of stainless steel mesh, but cautions that the surface can get wavy if the mesh panel is too large
steel mesh from McNichols Company to transition to a new addition on a 1980s home. Architect Mahdad Saniee likes the low-maintenance and noncorrosive properties of stainless steel mesh, but cautions that the surface can get wavy if the mesh panel is too large.
“Curtain” — doc_ankush
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