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TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks4,040
Questions8
To view other projects by TruexCullins Architecture + Interior design visit www.truexcullins.com Photographer: Jim Westphalen
the effect of a two-tone design. There is a sample in the Best Tile showroom here in Plymouth, MA, or check out www.besttile.com to find any of our other 30+ locations.
Pair up appliances. This one is a no-brainer. You definitely want your dishwasher and sink to be next to each other. This will make loading the dishwasher easier and more efficient; you can just scrape or rinse off your plates in the sink before setting them in the
Pair up appliances. This one is a no-brainer. You definitely want your dishwasher and sink to be next to each other. This will make loading the dishwasher easier and more efficient; you can just scrape or rinse off your plates in the sink before setting them in the
“faucet” — kbyko
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks12,560
Questions17
free to email or contact me if you are still interested in having something built. I obviously can't promise that we will be the right fit for each other, but I would love to hear about what you are looking for. There are plenty of options on getting the table to you. thewoodenking@gmail.com Here is
rectangle table with different seating options. Would use 3 or 4 courtroom wooden chairs on one side, bench on other side, end chairs single seating...maybe wicker or something vintage.
In this subtle living-dining space, designer Rebekah Zaveloff paired a white and gray ikat with other gray pieces, including a set of Tolix dining chairs.Browse fabrics in the Products sectionMore:Ikat InspirationTextile Traditions: Using Suzanis in
“Table, bench” — banderson393
Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
23 Reviews
New Construction
Ideabooks43,530
Questions32
5') with the fireplace centered on a long wall. I've been planning to lay it lengthwise but am wondering if it should run the other direction (from long wall across to the other long wall), as I've seen quite a few floors done this way on Houzz. Any thoughts on how to decide? My flooring is a hand-scraped
answering my question. That is what we ended up doing. The reason I asked is because the room pictured above does not seem to follow your advice. The other part of my dilemma was that I have a doorway to a long narrow hall that runs perpendicular to the length of the living room. So, while it may not be
Mixing woods can be a balancing act. Balance both sides of your room with similarly toned wood. This grounds the space, allowing the other wood tones to have a brighter or deeper contrast.
“Fireplace stone” — annebromley
Van Wicklen Design
8 Reviews
Austin Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks20,410
Questions19
how did you choose the wallpaper? Did you choose it first then got the other things or did the wallpaper come last
wow, it does look blue in the picture! but actually it was the same white as the walls (don't remember the color) and then we had a tan/beige on the other part of the ceiling....may have been Decorators White SW
The wallpaper stickers were created last. I had all the other elements in the room first, then I chose a design that mimics the motif in the comforters. Plus the back wall is such a focal point, and it needed
to arrange the decals to get the pattern right," Van Wicklen says. Confused about the windows with blinds behind them? There is an addition on the other side (Luke's room), but the original old glass and plantation blinds are still a fun cottage detail, so she kept them. The little pillow on the chair
“The window shutters..the chair..the cushion on the chair” — dcarmanico
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Shades of White
Ideabooks4,632
Questions9
The kitchen’s flow-through floor plan minimizes congestion and makes it easier for others to help with the meals or simply watch. Cookbooks fill the shelves next to the breakfast bay, while a built-in desk (visible behind the island faucet)
Built in Book Shelf, Ceiling, Fixtures, Long Island, flow to other room
The kitchen’s flow-through floor plan minimizes congestion and makes it easier for others to help with the meals or simply watch. Cookbooks fill the shelves next to the breakfast bay, while a built-in desk (visible behind the island faucet) accommodates homework and household chores.
“Floors and island” — katepetersondesigns
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks4,719
Questions14
In other photos of project see trellis attached to building. Like the non-fussy, horizontal look .
favorite house - I'd love to do this in Georgia. I think this architect does a really nice job. We can "borrow" quite a few ideas from this and the other house I emailed.
California, by Nick Noyes Architecture. Our choices are seemingly endless. Some may opt for a simple utilitarian home dressed with minimal materials, while others may opt for complex shapes and profuse decoration.
“simple houses” — ijenny
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,736
Questions1
Add a sculpture. Place an orb, a birdbath, a boulder or any other object you love in the front yard.
Place an orb, a birdbath, a boulder or any other object you love in the front yard.
Add a sculpture. Place an orb, a birdbath, a boulder or any other object you love in the front yard.
“From prefab to country home” — jklymas
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks1,717
Questions2
To view other projects by TruexCullins Architecture + Interior design visit www.truexcullins.com Photos taken by Jim Westphalen
steel siding that has a baked white enamel finish. In lieu of wood trim, Kielman used a composite material trim made from recycled milk bottles and other plastic products combined with waste wood material; this trim is used throughout the exterior and in the area of windows and the entry (this image)
steel siding that has a baked white enamel finish. In lieu of wood trim, Kielman used a composite material trim made from recycled milk bottles and other plastic products combined with waste wood material; this trim is used throughout the exterior and in the area of windows and the entry (this image)
“Exterior cladding” — ELdesign
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