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Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
Ideabooks1,871
Questions0
wood/light colors. Japanese door window treatment.
the idea of using shoji screen to bring light in is really smart...
use of light and dark woods
Privacy screen that would let light through.
Screen -- allows light
shoji screen, light wood
Diffused light.
“use of light and dark woods” — ggcheu
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Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
True Residence
Ideabooks11,138
Questions5
Like this raised panel cabinet, (including color), beams, ?lights, blue walls, barn door
Love the detail on the light wood sliding doors.
you the flexibility of having an open or closed kitchen. You can keep it open for everyday use — to enjoy the open, expansive feel and circulation of light — while having the option to shut those doors if you want to keep kids, pets or visitors out, or to hide the prep mess while entertaining.
“Laundry idea” — Dustin Carhart
Modern Hall
Ideabooks713
Questions2
sided corridor, bi fold. light space
Light filled hallway passage
lighting in ceiling with art
Square Pot Lights...Lighting soffit...overhead light...natural lighting...ceiling lighting...recessed lighting
“Mirror in hallway” — nejjia
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Classical Shingle
Ideabooks2,332
Questions6
Where did you get the lights?
Love the lights hanging over the stairwell. Where did you get them?
Love the coffered 2nd floor ceiling , light fixtures, railing and window grill detail. Do you have an in-house interior designer, or could you recommend someone in your area?
Wood floors, some pendant light/chandelier from Crawford celing. Wood paneling up walls
“Hall” — Akın Gülaydın
The Wiseman Group Interior Design, Inc
2 Reviews
Northern California Home
Ideabooks1,996
Questions3
what size are these recess lights?
small foyer with table good lighting
lights tucked away atop the frame
Recessed wall with lighting
I like the ceiling lights
niche for artwork with lighting.
Recessed lights in porch
art lighting...recessed lighting
“because of the closet, I wonder if I have enough space to do this? But the bathroom sink is recesse” — menagerie14
Phil Kean Design Group
15 Reviews
NeMo (New Modern)
Ideabooks6,139
Questions4
lighted art nooks; combined use of wood and stone on floor, accented with ledgerock - amazing
This hallway niche offers a stylish way to add lighting and visual cues. Lighted niches keep the hallway clear of obstruction because the light is in the wall instead of protruding. It also gives the hallway a bit of flair at a time when universal design can be thought of as sterile and institutional
“Idea for basement coming in through garage door” — Angel Bailey_Jessie
Copeland Architecture & Construction Inc
1 Review
Earth Flow
Ideabooks1,039
Questions1
CONTACT HOME WITH LIGHT IN HALL
wow let there be light, concrete, wood, metal brackets, awesomeness...
BURIED HOUSE LIGHTED PASSAGE “If you’re
Skylight in hallway for light, exposed beams, materials,
skylight to add light against the dark wall that is buried in the bank
Sky lighting in hallway is nice idea
great solution to lighting up a 1/2 buried house!
“Metal beams?” — cdmallet
Chris Donatelli Builders
9 Reviews
New Home - Modern & Efficient
Ideabooks1,385
Questions3
Elevated bridge with transparent floor links second floor wings and provides views of living/family rooms below. Natural light provided by adjacent windows can filter down to lower floor.
Elevated bridge with transparent floor links second floor wings and provides views of living/family rooms below. Natural light provided by adjacent windows can filter down to lower floor. www.dcbuild.com
I like walkways, upper windows for light
roof pops up to allow for passage across the space. The architects take advantage of this with windows on both sides and a skylight bringing plenty of light into the space.
Elevated bridge with transparent floor links second floor wings and provides views of living/family rooms below. Natural light provided by adjacent windows can filter down to lower floor.
“Railing” — Patricia Beselt
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