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Simpson Design Group Architects
Would be amazing to have a Japanese maple tree somewhere built into the house or hall.
Trees in house
Custom Waterfall Home Near Lake Burton
earlier, the entire room has been paneled with raw cedar boards treated with Australian Tree Oil for true lodge feel. The triple crank out window provides a superb view of the pond and blazing Japanese maple trees in the fall. Outside, the hallway leads to the utility room which has been fully upgraded
The peaked cathedral ceiling sports a glass apex and the bead board on the ceiling accentuated by the raw cedar plank framing and the five cedar trees used as cornerstones all bring the outdoors within your reach. The addition of “E-Z Breeze” vinyl windows along with the cast iron gas stove will allow
professional quality and the Insinkerator will help the chef in the house save time with instant 190 degree water. An eight foot long exposed cedar tree trunk hangs over the cooking area allowing the chef to hang his/her favorite utensils and pots or pans in full lodge style. And who wouldn’t crave
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
East Meets West
"Japanese inspired exterior with Japanese garden", San Francisco
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Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
I am painting my LR, DR, and family room barley. I am using in other rooms, Stratton blue, Tree Moss,and Wheeling Neutral. Wondering if I can use either White Dove or Cloud White for ceiling, crown molding and trim in all rooms. Thank you.
achieve color with a stain, the wood selection isn't always the most important, you could achieve this color with Alder, Oak, White Oak, even maple... you just need a talented finisher to make this happen, If you have hardwood floors it might be a good idea to match the species to keep the consistency
home, and a serene sitting area. The client mentioned she has always wanted a Japanese “scholar’s study,” which is traditionally a contemplative workspace area enclosed by shoji screens. We told her the Japanese minimalism she desired and the clean modernist aesthetic of her existing home could marry
Our client, a professor of Japanese sociology at Harvard, owned a Deck House home with its post and beam construction and 1950’s modernist simplicity. She asked Feinmann to design a multi-purpose addition to meet several needs: a functional yet spacious home office, a beautiful entry way into the home
therefore is considered to be a great “green” building material. It is also quite versatile, and we were able to customize it to give our accent wall the Japanese feel of a shoji screen. We reiterated this design element with actual shoji screens to enclose the scholar’s study, which also doubles as a guest
Interior Design Philosophy
A house with a Japanese twist yet contemporary
Love the Tree...I like the tree...tree, pillow...Zen Tree Art
Zen Woods Lake Forest Residence
door handmade japanese
white wall maple wood trim
limitations as dictated by local zoning. Even though the size of the property was 20 acres, the steep, tree covered terrain made for challenging site conditions, as the owner wished to preserve as many trees as possible while also capturing key views. For the solution we first turned to vernacular Chinese
entry courtyard opened to the south surrounded by a U-shaped, pitched roof house that merges with the topography. We then incorporated traditional Japanese folk house design detailing, particularly the tradition of hand crafted wood joinery. The result is a home reflecting the desires and heritage of