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Beth Dana Design
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Coastal Retreat
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Little Garage House- Kitchen, loft/BR, Bh, LVing area
and again at night...you can see the kitchen better..
new life as a patio. Concrete planters allow Dana’s green thumb more gardening opportunities while separating the grilling zone from the studio space.There's no telling what great work will manifest from this artist/guest studio next. Regardless, it’s a happy environment for both Dana and the guests lucky
routine of doing your work. It’s sort of like the practice of doing the dishes before sitting down to work. It focuses you on the tasks ahead.Convenience. If your home doubles as your office, you’ll be required to maintain an utterly tidy outward appearance at all times. It’s is up to your personal habits
“loft” — epreet
Sarah Greenman
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Recycled Greenhouse in Piny Woods of Texas
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for an entry off the kitchen
an interior enclosed Sun room dining area off the kitchen in the courtyard
The shapes and sizes of the various windows dictated the greenhouse’s construction. “I have my sister’s old back storm door, a window from my niece’s old bedroom and even double wooden storm doors from my son’s father’s house,” Carolyn says. It was a challenge for the couple to work with mismatched pieces
there’s a door you adore but it’s not quite right in pride of place, then think about using it elsewhere, maybe to jazz up your old garden shed or, if you’re lucky enough to have one, on a summerhouse or outbuilding. However old the door is, though, make sure you add smooth, modern hinges. There’s only
“Steine f. Terrasse” — sannitoeter
Wyndhamdesign
Hawk House
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where is the kitchen and the bathroom?
Winged cabin. It’s clear why this structure is called Hawk House — it looks like it’s ready to take flight. Part rustic cabin, part modern innovation, this little shed would make a fabulous writer’s retreat or guest quarters.
3. Winged cabin. It’s clear why this structure is called Hawk House — it looks like it’s ready to take flight. Part rustic cabin, part modern innovation, this little shed would make a fabulous writer’s retreat or guest quarters.Read about this Big Sur hideout
waking up in the morning, fresh air coming filtering through on all sides, the sun rising over an ocean view and whales breaching on the horizon. That’s the vision this designer had in mind for this hideaway on the Californian coast. Salvaged redwood bark siding and a native living roof allow it to blend
“odd door shapes.” — Kyle McCurry
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Estes/Twombly Architects, Inc.
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Field House
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i­tect’s and builder’s lex­i­con. Just be­cause some­thing looks good in a floor plan doesn’t mean it will work well and have a long shelf life. This doesn’t mean that ev­ery­thing should be so sim­ple that it’s ba­nal. Rather
classifies native U.S. woods into categories depending on their natural resistance to decay.
Bleaching oil is a good option for this approach. It’s a translucent stain
the color of the wood substrate, and the gray pigment colors it to the soft gray you see in weathered siding. By applying it to all surfaces before it’s installed, you’re essentially hastening the weathering process and simultaneously evening out its effects. Walls appear more uniform in color and exhibit
“field house example” — Mitchelville Real Estate Group (MREG)
Julie Ranee Photography
Shed Turned Guest Space
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best kitchen decor i've seen. kitchen as room ofhouse not professional chef's office And uses antiques of which I have too many. powder blue chairs look like my green windsors
Check out the ceiling - is this a possibility for the kitchen?
fun for me and my wife, Becky, is going at it with a certain lighthearted attitude. It’s not about hitting the Antiques Roadshow jackpot by paying $20 for a $250,000 18th-century clock. That would be fun, but it’s not our aim. We are not serious collectors, nor are we looking to purchase something as
“It’s not about hitting the Antiques Roadshow jackpot by paying $20 for a $250,000 18th-century clock.” — Mike DietrichIt’s true: Antique shopping is all about finding what you love. Keep a tape measure handy and keep
“Walls?” — baughsinafrica
FINNE Architects
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Mazama Guest Cabin
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building in an area that has 10-ft. of snow, I would be a bit nervous about a north-facing roof. By the way, make sure you over-insulate the roof (R-50 or more) and have a 2" air space above the insulation so that the interior heat does not reach your roof surface.
their work. Their responses will tell you a great deal about the look and feel they aim for in their own work.Finne, who grew up in both Norway and the U.S., is inspired heavily by the architectural traditions of Scandinavia. “Sverre Fehn, the renowned Norwegian architect, was my friend. I believe he has
“Alpine Guest Option” — tallen1970
NEW THEME Inc.
Hayvenhurst Folie
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a room like this attached to kitchen in Burnley St
'50s modern
“Woodshed makeover” — clairewaghorn
Ian Moore Architects
Strelein Warehouse
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window and distributes loads from the wall above to the foundation. Brick’s mottled tones contrast steel’s crisp lines, precise machining and solid tones — the imperfect viewed against the perfect. Why this marriage works: Brick’s washed, mottled tones and imperfections contrast the chiseled, perfect lines
nice , ground floor with kitchen n stairs
window and distributes loads from the wall above to the foundation. Brick’s mottled tones contrast steel’s crisp lines, precise machining and solid tones — the imperfect viewed against the perfect.Why this marriage works: Brick’s washed, mottled tones and imperfections contrast the chiseled, perfect lines
‘warehouse living’ to any inner-city homeowner, and their eyes light up. Utilising original materials, including the beautifully faded bricks, the warehouse’s mix of industrial elements and modern architecture come together seamlessly.
“door” — Dj-Natalie Nimmers
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