531 Mount Washington Hall Design Photos

Mount WashingtonBennett Farley Design
Mount Washington
design, and therefore purchasing, was done by P [Four], a design firm in Washington, D.C. They're not on Houzz, but they have a web site.
only provided the beams. The overall design was handled by P [Four], a Washington, D.C. design firm. Unfortunately, they're not on Houzz.
provided the reclaimed beams. The design was done by P [Four], a company in Washington, D.C. They're not on Houzz but they should be able to provide that information
only provided the beams. The actual interior design was by P [Four] of Washington, D.C. They're not on Houzz but they have a web site you could direct your
Conard Romano ArchitectsConard Romano Architects
This Washington Park Residence sits on a bluff with easterly views of Lake Washington and the Cascades beyond. The house has a restrained presence on
These are dried leaves mounted on paper.
heavy book before mounting them on paper and hanging them on the wall.
leaves, then press them between the pages of a nice, heavy book before mounting them on paper and hanging them on the wall.
than the frames themselves. The same goes for collectibles that can be mounted on black or white backing. Keep backing shapes and colours uniform for
themselves. The same goes for collectibles, such as these dried leaves mounted on paper. Their uniform backings turn the many individual pieces into a
stamps on mounted paper on wall
HallForum Phi - Architecture | Interiors | Planning
lighting in a hallway with a low ceiling is to create repetition using a flush-mounted ceiling light. This repetitive pattern can create interest and drama when
the hall. Add a series of light fixtures down a long hallway. The flush-mounted pendants, in conjunction with the molding on the ceiling, leads you down
This hallway combines both recessed and surface-mounted fixtures. This combination creates additional flexibility for night lighting
y important for young and old when visiting the bathroom. The ceiling-mounted fixtures or the pot lights could also be triggered by a motion sensor for
Buchter RetreatDavid Coleman / Architecture
Buchter Retreat. Cabin on Orcas Island in Washington.
Tower HouseDavid Coleman / Architecture
Do they meet the requirements of the Washington State Energy Code? Are they available in the Northwest?
It's beautifully formal. Makes me think of a Washington, D.C. home.
Washington, CT FarmhouseS. B. Long Interiors
Washington, CT Farmhouse
Washington Park Hillside ResidenceStuart Silk Architects | Limited PS
Washington Park Hillside Residence
Lake WashingtonPrentiss Architects
Lake Washington
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