30 kitchen design photos before and after Garage and Shed Design Photos

FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Mazama Guest Cabin
Ideabooks2,007
Questions4
eastern Canadian winters we have to apply the second coat frequently and after 25 years it's showing its age.
What is the minimum maximum ceiling height as designed on the living level? Where is the staircase located?
What does the inside of this garage look like? I like the design of the outside.
keep the roof water away from the house. http://www.houzz.com/photos/4686678/Mazama-House-Under-Construction-modern-exterior-seattle
Thanks so much for your question about our Mazama cabin. Unfortunately, we did not shoot interior photos. Sorry about that! --Nils Finne, AIA
Hi, Thanks for your question about the Mazama garage/guest house. I have attached a photo of the main house under construction. Since this project is in the North Cascades, with up to 6-feet of snow during some winters, the house does not
“roofline for garage” — ejbentx
Kelly & Stone Architects
6 Reviews
Nourth Routt Retreat
Ideabooks4,829
Questions2
Hello: We really like the garage doors. Can you tell me more about the steel clad? Were the panels typical garage door 3D relief before? What gauge steel, and how are they attached, did you use an adhesive or flush screws? Any closer pics would be great. Thanks.
typical garage door 3D relief before? What gauge steel, and how are they attached, did you use an adhesive or flush screws? Any closer pics would be great. Thanks. February 18, 2014 at 4:28pm Like PHOTOS PRODUCTS FIND A PRO Ideabooks Advice Upload 0 Your Houzz KITCHEN BATH BEDROOM LIVING DINING OUTDOOR
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“Cottage idea” — smcole1
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Rear yard
Ideabooks18,948
Questions5
design and construction by Cardea Building Co.
beds. Again nice work and design. -KP http://www.houzz.com/pro/rollingplanter http://www.rollingplanter.com
very nice! It's hard for the lay person to see potential in homes. I always enjoy good before and after photos :)
thanks - in case you didn't know, the before photos of the house are on flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/18877550@N05/sets/72157624147851603/
Nice layout. I really like that the designer though out the consequence of what the soil would do to fence if it would touch it. By providing a space and a board the dirt / compost will have a less likely chance to encourage rot there. If it has been done, or not a liner could be attached to the
“Raised garden beds” — hunterjl8
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Highcroft Hunting Barn
Ideabooks38,256
Questions17
building the project. Haven't you ever seen custom mansions being sold a mere 10 years after the owner designed every aspect of it? You can't take it with you anyways.
This is outstanding craftsmanship!! Do you design work for cabin homes in western Wisconsin, 1.5 hours from the Twin Cities?
After providing volunteer medical work in Africa, I won't disagree that the world is filled with disparity. Though the fact that someone has a nice garage
accordingly. Before you make any move, assess your space carefully. Even if you want to do the dirty work yourself, you may want to call in a professional simply to help you create a working vision. “You want to understand exactly what your personal storage requirements are, and then design your garage
“Workshop” — Jill Savery
Brian David Peters AIA
1 Review
Saratoga Residence
Ideabooks584
Questions3
a lot of remodel projects. I've added 9 projects with some before and after images into my photo gallery.
Honestly, ten seconds before I saw your photo, I thought I might use my French doors for the door opening - then I saw your doors. It was absolute inspiration! Do you have a source for a horizontal opening mechanism? (I'm only dealing with three doors for a single car opening.)
“Garage” — companyx
Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Glass House in the Garden
Ideabooks4,131
Questions2
regulations or by laws before you built this? I am going to assume the steel is fabricated from scratch and not a kit?
I understand, just looking for a ballpark figure to see if it were even worth thinking about. I've actually been looking for something very close to this design. Perhaps with a water
water closet in the center and a small kitchenette on one side. Like the Edith Farnsworth glass house. I like this design much better however. Do you have anything else similar?
glass outdoor kitchen and fireplace has appeal for wisconsin
use as the outdoor kitchen in between ocanfront rooms
“idee en plein jardin” — rachel
EPOCH SOLUTIONS INC
1 Review
Fish Camp
Ideabooks4,560
Questions3
The flooring is reclaimed cypress. The cabinets were specially designed for the space - (Brookhaven cabinetry- Winfield door style- Heartwood Maple- Natural with a black glaze). Unsure of paint color as it was chosen by the home owner. Hope this helps
Eclectic..what can I say…it is the pop of the wood and metal that I love here…maybe the area where my scrap booking section can "feel" like this in the interior before it opens up to all the natural
I'm not even sure what this is but I love the retro fridge! This would make a happy kitchen! Lots of joy.
“Organization” — aaronch
Wyndhamdesign
Hawk House
Ideabooks10,065
Questions2
where is the kitchen and the bathroom?
15. This shed epitomizes rustic design. It sits in the woods of Santa Barbara, California, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Glass doors fold away, while side pieces fold down to completely open it to the surrounding forest.See more photos of this projectMore: So Your Style Is: Rustic
board games and a good coffee pot and mugs, and you’ve got all the ingredients to lure you and your kids out of the house and into the backyard — even after the novelty wears off.See more of this outdoor hideout
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 California coast. Salvaged redwood bark siding and a native living roof allow it to blend with its surroundings
“horgászbódé” — kovesi
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