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Renzo J Nakata Architects
7 Reviews
Hillside house - hall
Ideabooks2,748
Questions4
cures, concrete shrinks and cracks, so care must be taken to control the location of that cracking. These so-called “control joints” are slots that are tooled or cut into the face of the concrete, making it just a little bit weaker than the surrounding concrete and thus the first place the concrete will crack
cures, concrete shrinks and cracks, so care must be taken to control the location of that cracking. These so-called “control joints” are slots that are tooled or cut into the face of the concrete, making it just a little bit weaker than the surrounding concrete and thus the first place the concrete will crack
tradespeople is particularly important as well as the curing process. Any covering left touching the top of the concrete will cause a variegated finish; a hand trowel and a machine trowel will both leave different finishing marks. Note the joint pattern, which the architects have dutifully aligned with the
“floors” — crystalmarti
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Loft Hallway looking toward Sub door & below to kitchen
Ideabooks2,964
Questions2
Love that door and the classy Ingo Maurer lamp (Floatation from http://www.stardust.com/SEARCH.html?q=ingo+maurer+floatation)
library loft could be added to almost any large room; books throughout house work as a nice decorating tool
“Sub door” — 1410house
Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC
3 Reviews
Quiet Reading Nook
Ideabooks11,534
Questions3
Here's a tutorial http://www.thehouseofsmiths.com/2012/02/project-entryway-closet-makeover-reveal.html Here are some idea photos http://www.houzz.com/converted-closet
Alcoves. Once upon a time, your charming hallway nook may have been your very own reading spot. However, it may be time to hand it over to the kids. Swap out your novels and back issues of Vogue for picture books; giving them a comfortable place to relax will also encourage them
“Love this little secluded, reading area” — Isabella
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Last House on the Left
Ideabooks8,458
Questions5
first started using for the cable system and then decided to go with Cape Cod Fabricators in the end. http://www.bnind.com/FINAL_CABLE/Cable_System.html
furniture construction- metal-the lamp is made of copper rhythm- the straight lines of the hand rail lead your eye to the curve, which leads your eye to all the books storage- stores all the books
“Wall to wall bookshelves” — laynieholk
Heritage Design Studio
6 Reviews
Kaleidoscope of Homes (Simmons Estate Homes)
Ideabooks6,054
Questions7
are made of walnut though. They mirror the design of the groin vaulted ceilings above. The wood itself is solid and was hand scraped after being installed. Probably the best tool for communicating to your builder would be to show him this picture- there isn't any technical name for the pattern that
“Lighs” — villagiorealestate
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Ideabooks9,807
Questions16
Mistral from LBL with an Opal shade and satin nickel finish. Here is a link: http://www.ylighting.com/lbl-mistral-wall-sconce.html
I don't have the information at hand, but it would be worth pursuing the suggestions posted before.
“Casings” — pfowler00
NOA Architecture Planning Interiors
Condo Unit Interior Renovation
Ideabooks5,371
Questions8
What wallpaper is on the right-hand wall?
It is Polifemo by Zaneen: http://www.ylighting.com/zan-d9-polifemo.html
“Two colors. Bold color” — carlhenriksen
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Understatement
Ideabooks1,932
Questions4
Hang hand-loomed tapestries and rugs as beautiful wall art. This protects your masterpiece from the wear and tear it would ordinarily receive on the floor.
visit http://www.hinesofoxford.com/tapestries/verdure.html for large tapestries
“Tapastry” — Larry Bourgeois
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