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Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Ideabooks1,216
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base addresses WALL PROTECTION issues, minimizes the dust collection effect and marries well with a modern interior.
baseboard with the benefits of no baseboard, the flush base addresses wall protection issues, minimizes the dust collection effect and marries well with a modern
baseboard with the benefits of no baseboard, the flush base addresses wall protection issues, minimizes the dust collection effect and marries well with a modern
“angled window in vaulted ceiling” — Lex Pelle
mark cutler
7 Reviews
misc
Ideabooks4,837
Questions3
of your home but has more detail, a more solid construction or lets in more light than your current door. See examples of glass doors that protect your privacy
your home but has more detail, a more solid construction or lets in more light than your current door. See examples of glass doors that protect your privacy
heavy facade. Search for a door that matches the architectural style of your home but has more detail, a more solid construction or lets in more light than
of your home but has more detail, a more solid construction or lets in more light than your current door.See examples of glass doors that protect your privacy
“Bench outside of door” — sheenak8
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
10 Reviews
Atherton Estate
Ideabooks6,995
Questions7
WAINSCOTING (HIDE WALL FROM MESS) PROTECTING ACTIVE ROOMS FROM HEAVY TRAFFIC
also helps protect drywall from scrapes, bumps and marks. Traditionally, wainscoting was installed in transitional spaces like this, to protect active rooms
“maybe- Dylan will probably like this better” — Thomas Rushing
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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John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks8,478
Questions7
If there is a snow storm how can we protect the house?
Anything like shield or something to protect the house and keep the heat inside?
This narrow hall in a Breckenridge, Colorado, vacation home is lined with a succession of paper lanterns. The look reminds me of reflected
For my home hall way
“light” — moumitapappu
aamodt / plumb architects
9 Reviews
Hamptons Beach House
Ideabooks12,390
Questions7
EXTREMELY ENJOYED WITH YOUR IDEA FOR THE WINDOWS,I DEFINETLY USE AT MY NEW HOME ,IT'S AMAZI
outside of full height glazing provides sun shading, privacy and hurricane protection. Operable so you can clean glass behind. 3/8" thick
In this case views are forsaken in favor of cutting down on sunlight, protecting birds in the process.
“The hair and snack ideas can be twicked” — booper5
Dabito
OLD BRAND NEW
Ideabooks3,362
Questions2
recommended that you purchase your leaves in the morning to protect them from heat on the way home. And as with flowers, if you'll be traveling any distance
decorate a home without breaking the bank."
6. A photographer's loft in downtown L.A.: Self proclaimed "vintage vulture" Dabito has filled his home with
philodendron leaf adds some life to this vignette in an artful Los Angeles home, giving context to the nature theme of the painting and breaking out of the
reason to get them out of the houseIf you are hosting a party in your own home, you’ll need to create a decoy to get the honoured party guest out of the
“retro vignette” — jamesnelsen
Kirk
Arbour House
Ideabooks51
Questions0
solid volume of the allowable building area with the courtyard providing a protective volume from which to cross ventilate each of the spaces of the house and
the house connection but also discrete and subtle separation – the family home as a village. Photo Credits: Scott Burrows
contemporary home...family home
“Timber and white” — Jay Harvey
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Noyack Creek
Ideabooks3,126
Questions3
The cable is such a good idea that gives the stairs protection without block the view.
wires for protection
“Walls!” — Ane Mouton
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