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Sarah Blank Design Studio
2 Reviews
Ollie's Place
I like the idea for Pearl to have space under a cabinet for a dog bed.
space in garage or flower arranging
10. A place for pets. Chances are, your pet likes to follow you wherever you go. Include a space for your pooch or cat when you head outdoors for some shed time. When your pet is comfortable, you are more likely to get the peace and quiet you crave.Are you a lucky shed owner? Please share a photo in
“A” — hanaseikoku
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yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
having indoor space and outdoor space on one continuous level works for better flow of space
Love the indoor outdoor space. Opens up on both sides
IDEA 1 love the "all sides" windows and open space. The courtyard in the middle is key to creating a sort of private paradise yet the wonderful views of the city below.
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Douglas Design Studio
11 Reviews
Toronto Cabbagetown Home
Instead of a door that opens directly into a room along a flat wall, create an entry enclosure to define the space. The glass enclosure helps prevent heat/cooling loss while still allowing light and space to flow between areas.
glass partition allows excellent light transmission in this unimposing space separation - very well done and in keeping with historicity of home.
Create a separate space when entering
1. Add a vestibule. If your front door opens directly into your living space, consider building a small vestibule. A petite glassed-in version, like the one shown here, won’t take up too much space and will still allow light to pass through. A vestibule will protect the interior from wind blowing in
“Tile” — jennytowns
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Lullwater Renovation
What type of flooring is in this space?
For mud room space. Like combo of closed storage plus hooks plus bench plus open space
looks like maybe the right size for our space like tall cabinet beside
Entryway storage and hanging space
Nice bench with storage space.
Use of space...Storage space
“combo cabinet and open with hooks.” — Morgan Stangl
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Ranch Lite
interior. As a focal point, a continuous band of custom casework anchors the center of the space. It serves to function as a bar, it houses kitchen cabinets, various storage needs and contains the living space’s entertainment center.
Modern with Ranch, Ranch Lite makes strong moves to open up and liberate a once compartmentalized interior. The clients had an interest in central space in the home where all the functions could intermix. This was accomplished by demolishing the walls which created the once formal family room, living
like the black staff.. divide the space well
Black divider gives feeling of space for foyer, but does not encapsulate
Look of the creation of an entry where the door comes into an open space, very clean & modern, like the floor color as well
“Seperation” — mandytaylor77
Clawson Architects, LLC
24 Reviews
Clawson Architects Projects
The mud room, a must-have space to keep this family of six organized, also has a gracious powder room, two large storage closets for off season coats and boots as well as a desk for all those important school papers.
Great choice for a space where natural light is a welcome feature for this room.
Shelving nice and the bulletin board space and small seating
I like the open space in this mudroom. We will also need a spot for a second fridge in here. If possible, it would be nice to have another separate, small pantry in here
Mud room cubbies with hooks and basket space
Love the space here, tall enough for boots, not white
Protect flooring and cabinets from wetness. Even with mud trays and mats, water is bound to reach the indoors, so it’s best to design a space where wet soles won’t wreck the flooring. “In entryways or mudrooms, consider an open tile floor that extends below a bench area,” says Murphy. This ensures a
“Cubbies” — etcetc48
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Like the little open space along the floor for shoes
I like the open space for shoes and the drawers just above. The drawers could be storage space for mittens, scarves, toque, etc.
Storage space under pantry for wet boots, etc; also like the doors
could do this--drawer above open space--might as well see slate?
bench with drawers, space for shoes below.
Good way to save space and have 6 lockers
“Mud room storage” — KD Ecotistical by Design
Venture Architecture
44th Street Residence
Can you mix hardwoods in the same space like dining area into great ro
You can mix hardwood species and colors as long as they compliment each others. A light/ dark combination can be really nice in a contemporary space and we use that quite often for our projects. Two darker species/ tones work well in more traditional settings. I would also pay close attention to the
5 spaces. But needs larger cubbies for baskets
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