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Dwell Design Studio
Vickery Residence
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Those windows were custom designed for this house and were based on traditional craftsman window designs. They were custom built by Portrait Windows, through Stock Building Supply.
Thank you. We loved designing it. Those windows are Portrait Windows that were supplied by Stock Building Supply. I'm not sure they are making those anymore but they are nice quality wood and composite windows
“Stone piers, wood railings” — M. Carter Design
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks13,306
Questions16
This little house is where Jessica and her family have been living for the last several years. It sits on a five-acre property on Sauvie Island. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
would love to see a rough sketch of this home. I have a 980 square foot home that needs renovating and I love how you were able to fit the needs of the family in one tiny space. If only you lived near San Francisco. ;)
Inspiring! Shows that a family can be comfortable in a small home - though not feasible for the long haul as kids grow.
Size: 540 square feet; 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 1 sleeping loft That's interesting: The home is in its fifth use. Previously it was a single-family home in Vanport Village, a shipyard
This little house is where Jessica and her family have been living for the last several years. It sits on a five-acre property on Sauvie Island. Photo by Lincoln Barbour. URL http://jhinteriordesign
“sustainable” — zoni36
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Pond House
Ideabooks4,540
Questions2
alluring grouping of cottages is a compelling solution for housing elderly parents or extended family.
The appeal of cottages is not limited to style and charm. This alluring group of cottages is compelling to housing elderly parents or extended family.
charm. For instance, this alluring grouping of cottages is a compelling solution for housing elderly parents or extended family.
Break up the house. Another trend that requires some reconsideration is the bloated size of single-family houses. In lieu of an immediate shrinking of houses, one way of designing a large house is to break it into smaller parts, such as this project in Maine (left: bedrooms; center: living room, dining
Perhaps the big idea is to create a set of small houses, each with its own function yet grouped together to form a family village. Such a parti yields a very different home than one in which all of the functions are gathered under one roof.
“revetement” — amarie1919
P2 Design
Santa Monica Canyon Retreat
Ideabooks1,701
Questions2
Racing portrait print in garage on wall
“Love the backround in the garage” — bethann43
Degnan Design Builders, Inc
6 Reviews
Pewaukee Lake House
Ideabooks1,560
Questions3
Michael Mowbray, Beautiful Portraits by Michael
“Cool Roof” — jenbunnie
RW Anderson Homes
Greenlake Craftsman
Ideabooks12,676
Questions12
Ceiling is accented with portrait trim.
“Color of house” — hussear
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Carmel Residence
Ideabooks7,526
Questions2
Rhythm is when a portrait creates a repetition of line or other elements.Rhythm is also as associated with pattern and unity. In this picture there's a repetition of the walls
“Rhythm Repetition is rhythm established by repeating color, pattern, texture,light, line, or form.” — rgharding3380
Riach Architects
3 Reviews
Trinity Hall
Ideabooks412
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extension at the rear was what attracted the family to buy the house. “The owners wanted the space to flow naturally from the old part of the house into the new addition,” says Kieron. The addition was extended outdoors via an integrated sunken terrace that the family uses as a dining room in summer.
The addition was extended outdoors via an integrated sunken terrace that the family uses as a dining room in summer.
visual connection between the internal and external space,’ says Kieron. The family uses this terrace as a dining room during the summer months.
The promise of a sizable extension at the rear was what attracted the family to buy the house. “The owners wanted the space to flow naturally from the old
“UK house transformed” — Stuart Hadley
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