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Zak Johnson Architects
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Artist Studio
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the different efficiency factors, working with a window professional can make sense. A pro can assess what works best for your region and even your home’s position. It might save you money to have higher-efficiency windows on a west-facing side of your house, where the sun is more intense, and less efficient
put from sewing room to deck
damaging upholstery. Efficient windows other side effect: soundproofing. The thicker the glass, the more sound they’ll block. This is especially good in homes near a freeway or an airport.
the different efficiency factors, working with a window professional can make sense. A pro can assess what works best for your region and even your home’s position. It might save you money to have higher-efficiency windows on a west-facing side of your house, where the sun is more intense, and less efficient
“swivel windows” — larkquinn
Coop 15 Architecture
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Sunrise Vista
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sound 1950’s home. The owners sought to capture views of mountains and lake with a new second story, along with a complete rethinking of the plan. Basement walls and three fireplaces were saved, along with the main floor deck. The new second story provides a master suite, and professional home office for
carport is down there, too, and just inside there is room for the family to remove shoes, hang up coats, and drop their stuff. The focal point of the home is the flowing living/dining/family/kitchen/terrace area. The living room may be separated via a large rolling door. Pocketing, sliding glass doors
Another corner window can be found in the home office on the second floor, which
Another corner window can be found in the home office on the second floor, which takes advantage of the beautiful views.
“Simple desk the view no clutter” — Penny Duan
Perimeter Architects
4 Reviews
Ravenswood Manor Residence
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Painted a 1yr old cedar deck with Deckover, a nice brown. Want to put something on the cedar floor that doesn't show a lot of dirt but looks nice. The D.O. Shows dirt badly. Maybe a pop of color. Any ideas ?
Cedar deck...home office
“Big tiles” — hbrandtrobins
Andersen Miller Design
7 Reviews
Estate Renovation
Ideabooks364
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This home office is a paradise
Doors to deck
“open up corner of kitchen for full view” — phsazz
Statkus Architecture Pty Ltd
4 Reviews
Northcote Studio
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This is exactly what we want to do in our home. It is so beautiful!!!
possible deck floor?
“osb” — mintnew
MusaDesign Interior Design
6 Reviews
Millennium Tower Loft-Home Office
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Millennium Tower Loft-Home Office
Deck glass...deck to kitchen
“For nanci and john” — nhfsjb
Bertram Architects
Green Oak Writer's Studio
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when there is no corner post, as it directs the view out on a diagonal. It's perfect for smaller rooms and spaces, like a home office or .~..
Man would love an home office view like this!
opens a space up, especially when there is no corner post, as it directs the view out on a diagonal. It's perfect for smaller rooms and spaces, like a home office or ...
“Simplicity - lots of space” — Premiere Properties
Seattle Interior/Kitchen & Bath Design
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Blending an artist's understanding of color & materials with a designer's skill & expertise, Beverly Bradshaw creates sophisticated interiors focused on both the lifestyle & aesthetic of her clients.
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Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
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NowHouse
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entertaining friends in their home in one of the covered porches," says architect Douglas Payne.
Have high ceilings. We think more creatively in spaces with vertical visual space, so if what you do at home requires you to be innovative, set up your office in the area of your home with the highest ceilings
Name: Now HouseLocation: Johnson City, TexasThis home's name once expressed an artist couple's metaphysical belief that a home — and one's life — should reflect the present and not the past or future. "The house celebrated all the stuff they
protecting it with sealant is critical. The less foot traffic, the less often it'll need to be resealed. A busy gallery will need to reseal often, while a home studio will rarely have to. It is susceptible to cracking too, and things like heavy machinery might increase this possibility.
“art room... garage door” — smithsryan007
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