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Sortun-Vos Architects, P.S.
West Seattle Craftsman
Neither Nychay nor the homeowners know much about the stone fireplace, when it was built or by whom. But that doesn’t mean the family doesn’t enjoy it.
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Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC
Dr Kennedy Guest Bath
furniture doubles as wall decor when painted in an exciting hue. If this happened to be a budget bath, this cabinet would have effectively stretched the homeowner's decorating dollars.
Cynthia Lynn Photography
Zawitz designed the first-floor bathroom to work with a variety of homeowner needs, since he may sell his home one day. His home office is on the opposite side of the shower, but that space could potentially be used as a bedroom, given the flexibility to connect the bathroom with it.Fixtures: FantiniStone:
Lindsay von Hagel
Fancy yourself the next Bob Ross? Then grab your paintbrush and add some happy little trees! Homeowner Brian Gibb created this playful mural for his little girl, Sydney, who is clearly tickled pink.Tour the rest of this cheerful Texas home
all connected to the outdoors by way of a courtyard.” In the kitchen the south-facing courtyard is accessed through a pair of sliding doors. The homeowners keep the furnishings and decor to a minimum to match their modern style.
Didden Village, MVRDV
full story of a home. As long as that can be read, shouldn’t we all be able to get along? “At the end of the day it comes down to the taste of the homeowner and skill of the architect,” says Hart Studio. “There is no right or wrong.” Or is there?Join the discussion and tell us if you can understand some
fun. This two-toned runner plays off the tri-colored square pattern in the backsplash. The custom built kitchen definitely provides clues about the homeowners' creativity and fearless stance on color.