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Dwell Design Studio
columns, 12" top diameter, cut to size. This type of column is load bearing so it is a great choice for this type of application.
on the top of the window and regular windows below. This may get more light too.
columns on top of squared stones.
jewell - exterior front
(they are bathroom windows, so frosted was best anyway) and now we are trying to devise a way to do the slats where you can clean the spider webs and glass under them. How did you attach these? Are you able to clean the glass under the slats? Thanks so much for any advice you could give!!!
cover bathroom window
master bathroom?...love the top
Dyna - Portage Bay
office and bathroom have a more intimate feel, like a waterside retreat. The rooftop and water-level decks extend and maximize the main living space. The materials for the home’s exterior include a mixture of structural steel and glass, and salvaged cedar blended with Cor ten steel panels. Locally milled
Deck on top of living area w spiral staircase though. Cool house
Eyebrow House (Featured in "Portlandia")
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Curves stand out on the home's formerly boxy shape and continue into the interior. The new curving shapes reflect a more modern sensibility and draw the eye into the home.
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
roof on top
Carl Mattison Design
Queen Anne Bungalow Resurrection
large bathroom, bringing the house from a two-bedroom, one-bathroom to a four-bedroom, three-bathroom. Exterior paint: Willow Tree, Sherwin-Williams
window at top
Ridge Creek Custom Homes
have a bathroom, but per design the second level has a bathroom, hard to tell from the pic but this is not the attic, just a bonus room added to the second floor
has a bathroom ?...panes on top only
Moore Architects, PC
Willow Oak Residence
obscured by a bathroom shed roof addition. The exterior skin was covered with asbestos siding, requiring the removal of any wood detailing projecting from its surface. Poorly designed diminutive additions were added to the rear creating small, awkward, low ceiling spaces that became irrelevant to the modern
kitchen, bathrooms and systems. The program for this project was closely linked to aesthetics, function and budget. The program called for significantly enlarging the house with a major new rear addition taking the place of the former small additions. Critically important to the program was to not only
second bathroom on the second floor. The entire exterior of the house was stripped to the original sheathing. New wood windows, wood lap siding, wall trim including roof eave and rake trim were installed. Each of the details on the exterior of the house matched the original details. This fact was confirmed