18 Linear view through entire first floor Garage and Shed Design Photos

Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Woodside Guest House
Ideabooks2,529
Questions3
great garage floor! How was it done
should have been applied first. The tanning block was not applied -- and so the bleedout came through the finish coas. So -- that is how you can create this look -- the finish is a solid color stain by Olympic called "outside white. Apply this without using a tannin block and at first the wall will appear
did not take more than a few months, the tannins will naturally bleed through . If you are worried it won't happen -- i would try a sample and wait and see. Best, Cathy
Hi- Thanks - This is a scored concrete slab for the floor with a heavy duty epoxy sealer -- makes cleaning up oil, etc easier and
Hello, can you tell me the color epoxy you used on the floor? is it a solid color? Looks great. Thank you.
“The color on the wood” — ginietoussaint
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Woodside Guest House
Ideabooks3,898
Questions2
View from Guest House Garage toward Parking court. Designed while at EHDD Architects. Photograph by David Wakely
what kind of flooring there are in this garage ??
applied first -- this would have prevented the dark bleed through. So -- that is how you can create this look -- don't use a tannin block and at first the wall will appear white but in time, and if memory serves, this did not take more than a few months, the tannins will naturally bleed through . If you
should have been applied first. The tanning block was not applied -- and so the bleedout came through the finish coas. So -- that is how you can create this look -- the finish is a solid color stain by Olympic called "outside white. Apply this without using a tannin block and at first the wall will appear
“garage as guesthouse for now” — katescollectibles
Office Sian Architecture & Design
Hackney Shed
Ideabooks13,192
Questions2
Take your work outdoors. Semiscreened by the trees and foliage, what might look at first glance like a humble shed is actually an office space fully equipped with power and an Internet connection.
One side of 1-room "shed" opens entirely with sliding/folding doors like Anita's.
outdoor view, books on the back wall, comfy seating...perfection
this shed has shelves from floor to ceiling, making it the perfect place to sit and read. Keeping the timber in its natural state allows the shed to blend seamlessly into the garden.
Take your work outdoorsSemi-screened by the trees and foliage, what might look on first glance like a humble shed is
Here, floor-to-ceiling bi-fold doors combined with earthy wooden features create a calm, leafy home office, but it could equally be used as a playroom, teenagers’ den, craft space or even a utility room.
“Cool” — sandramanning
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Shelley Gardea
Modern House Exterior
Ideabooks14,388
Questions9
Love, Love Love the linear look! Would it be possible to incorporate the wood slat idea on a 1960's bungalow? The front (which has a single door, living room and kitchen window)
Hello! The front entry to this home is so beautiful with a dramatic front door. Did you see the entire tour of this home? There are photos of the entry, I will attach the link. To the left of the garage door is a walkway that leads to a courtyard and
Erin has an eye for style. I took the photos, however I suggest you get in touch with Kras Design Studio (805) 967-1982 to get an architects point of view to your question. His company is the one who designed this. Have you posted a photo of your house and asked for feedback from the architects on Houzz
“Like” — Brett
BAAN design
Boardshed
Ideabooks5,744
Questions2
James - southwest side to screen E's house. rails laid flat, reduce loss of view. cd be dropped entirely directly west by kitchen,
Lattice work to hide stuff (At first, we might not even have an indoor place for the trash cans.)
shed, but you can see why I chose to feature the streamlined use of horizontal slats of wood. Spaced as they are, both light and air can circulate through the structure. But like the previous project, the overall effect is sleek and modern. I'd love a fence like this across my property. It would let me
“interesting ... one sided trellis.” — Tammy Leamons
Menter Architects LLC
Garage renovated for family play
Ideabooks15,251
Questions13
Who makes this floor and what color is it?
allow some of the grain to show through. It's a durable finish for play. The ceiling is T& G , I think 3/4" x 3 1/2" wood painted the same.
400 sq. ft floor area of playspace and 400 sq
This floor is made from chestnut re-claimed from an old bar and milled into wide planks. It has a clear finish to show off the natural variation in the wood from
Another view of the same space
Vertical joints were staggered in a brick pattern. The plywood was painted with the paint cut about 50% with water to allow some of the grain to show through. It's a durable finish for play. The ceiling is T& G , I think 3/4" x 3 1/2" wood painted the same.
The floors and how it doesn't look super like a garage
“Hammock chairs for treehouse” — Christine Stratton
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
7 Reviews
garage and pool area
Ideabooks1,738
Questions2
can i see a copy of the floor plan (upstairs and downstairs?)
the first floor of this garage
like this bagel look!! Maybe should consider 2nd floor for office, guest room and use our garage for all Camps junk??
Front view of garage
Entire house...other view
“For cabin” — 6363
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks4,172
Questions3
client loves gardening, so this provided another opportunity for that. Plus, it allows the building to blend more into the hillside and not disrupt the view from the upper cabin.
Permaculture.... If my husband had his way the entire back yard would be productive.
In this rooftop garden, there are a few reflective principles at work. First, notice the stark and straight branches of the evergreen forest in the background. Then notice the perpendicular and parallel lines of the roof that echo the patterning of the bark. Add to that the natural lines of the greens
“Blending with nature” — aju007
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