603 Sleeping Exterior Design Photos

Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
9 Reviews
Warren Avenue
Ideabooks737
Questions3
Integrate the sleeping porch into the existing architecture. The No. 1 item on this client’s house wish list was a sleeping porch, which is on the
That's a sleeping porch with the cedar-ish railing. Maybe under the study
Integrate the sleeping porch into architecture which is on
Sleeping porch - left side, second story.
3. Integrate the sleeping porch into the existing architecture. The No. 1 item on this client’s house wish list was a sleeping porch, which is on the left
“height off ground” — testaking
Coger Residential
2 Reviews
Hanging House
Ideabooks8,238
Questions1
This is a sleeping cabin at a summer camp in the Adirondacks. Designed and built by Coger Residential
occasional camping: The kids could sleep here every night! Kids can sleep on just about anything, so cots and a sleeping bag will usually suffice. But if
occasional camping: The kids could sleep here every night!Kids can sleep on just about anything, so cots and a sleeping bag will usually suffice. But if
occasional camping: the kids could sleep here every night!Kids can sleep on just about anything, so canvas beds and a sleeping bag will usually suffice. But
“Another house for ed” — blaze02
Moskow Linn Architects
MV2
Ideabooks440
Questions1
living on the right - sleeping on the left
Massachusetts, made up of two parallel buildings — living areas on the right; sleeping areas on the left — connected by an arcaded walkway. Each of the three
Love this idea (if not this exact execution). Open design with sleeping areas separated from the living areas. Note the use of the skylights!
Note the way the structures are connected…sleeping areas on one side with living on the other. Not crazy about the roof line
Massachusetts, made up of two parallel buildings — living areas on the right; sleeping areas on the left — connected by an arcaded walkway. Each of the three
“two houses in one” — mayre7
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MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects Limited
Cliff House
Ideabooks780
Questions1
room windows capture a full 180-degree panoramic vista, while the upper sleeping loft offers longer, axial views across the cliff face paralleling the coast
room windows capture a full 180-degree panoramic vista, while the upper sleeping loft offers longer, axial views across the cliff face paralleling the coast
room windows capture a full 180-degree panoramic view, while the upper sleeping loft offers longer, axial views across the cliff face paralleling the coast
“as close to brow as you can get” — ksfree
Andrew Hinman Architecture
4 Reviews
Locomotive Ranch Trailer
Ideabooks7,530
Questions4
accessory for the trailer, complete with big screened-in verandah and a sleeping tower with an air-conditioned bathroom. This is one trailer that’s not
Uvalde, TexasSize: 28-square-metre 1-bedroom trailer; 18.5-square-metre sleeping loft and tower; 2 full bathrooms
“The deck and the jacuzzi, the picture is so airy.” — idushka
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Ideabooks10,153
Questions9
the sliding green door. this is a multi function studio - when used for sleeping - the daybed/couch in the alcove folds out for use. I have a sketch of
of a slightly expanded version in which I have included a stair to a sleeping loft and included a kitchenette - but it is still sitting in my to do pile
navy of. The. Roof of the. Carport straight up. A 20 ft. Dormerand put the sleeping loft. Up there
“example of board and batten siding” — Katie Price
Adam Dettrick Architects
Narrabundah House
Ideabooks2,023
Questions1
house into sleeping and living zones and linked them with a shared hallway.
To start with, the architect split the house into separate sleeping and living
and 2 bathroomsTo start with, the architect split the house into separate sleeping and living zones and linked them together with a shared hallway.
“Exterior walls ceiling” — kennlong
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks3,474
Questions7
We have a sleeping loft. There are more / newer photos on our website ...
bathroom for the cat to enter his bathroom located under the cabinet :) Our sleeping loft is 9' 5" long and 6' 8½" wide. Floor to ceiling height in the center
Where do you sleep? I dont see a bed?
“Test” — duckfan1
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