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Esther Hershcovich
Dominique & Anne-Marie
Ideabooks1,295
Questions1
doorknobs (like so many of us do), this clever homeowner made a coatrack out of black porcelain doorknobs and a scrap of wood.
Doorknob coatrack. Instead of hanging clothes and hats on his home's doorknobs (like so many of us do), this clever homeowner made a coatrack out of black porcelain doorknobs
18. Doorknob coatrack. Instead of hanging clothes and hats on his home's doorknobs (like so many of us do), this clever homeowner made a coatrack out of black porcelain doorknobs
Doorknob coatrack. Instead of hanging clothes and hats on his home's doorknobs (like so many of us do), this clever homeowner made a coatrack out of black porcelain doorknobs and a scrap of wood.
18. Doorknob coatrack. Instead of hanging clothes and hats on his home's doorknobs (like so many of us do), this clever homeowner made a coatrack out of black porcelain doorknobs and a scrap of wood. See this house: Ecofriendly and Salvaged Style in a Montreal Triplex
“rack” — jlldcb89
Gut Gut
Bratislava Apartment
Ideabooks5,253
Questions6
and homeowner Lukas Kordik created an impressive unit of floor-to-ceiling shelving to hold essentials and decorative items. See more of Kordik's home
Industrial-Modern Studio in SlovakiaLocation: Bratislava, SlovakiaSize: 516 square feetAfter gutting his industrial apartment, this homeowner was left
“shelf spacing” — havenknight
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
Ideabooks739
Questions2
I apologize, but I don't know as the homeowner purchased these.
Between the roof deck and the smaller balconies below, the homeowner gained about 450 extra square feet of living space. The roof deck has the best uninterrupted views.
Between the roof deck and the smaller balconies below, the homeowner gained about 450 extra square feet of living space. The roof deck has the best uninterrupted views.Learn more about life on a houseboat or floating home
“railings” — Cynthia Gruber
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Textiles Charm an Open Brooklyn Loft
Ideabooks2,830
Questions5
Hi Juliept, The homeowner did not specify the details about the track lighting - If I come across any info on track lighting and pendants, i'll send the details your way! Thanks for your questions! Corynne
stainless prep island/worktable Homeowner James Botha solved this problem with a trip to New York’s Chinatown, where he commissioned a custom kitchen cart. The cart’s lightness keeps it from
kitchen in Brooklyn, New York, was begging for an island, but built-in cabinetry would’ve felt too heavy for the open floor plan in this loft space.Homeowner James Botha solved this problem with a trip to New York’s Chinatown, where he commissioned a custom kitchen cart. The cart’s lightness keeps it from
“I like the idea of a prep table” — mrconnor
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks2,541
Questions2
rust in terms of color. It should be pointed out here that Cor-Ten tends to stain adjacent materials, especially concrete. I'd be curious if this homeowner has any issues with the rusty steel on the concrete slab next to the pool.
rust in terms of color. It should be pointed out here that Cor-Ten tends to stain adjacent materials, especially concrete. I'd be curious if this homeowner has any issues with the rusty steel on the concrete slab next to the pool.
“Toldos” — dianagaleria
miller design
5 Reviews
Anderson Pavilion
Ideabooks169
Questions0
The homeowner brought plumbing up for a sink near the tree and poked the pipe through its trunk for a showerhead on the other side. The tree then grew around the plumbing, causing the showerhead to appear like it's coming right out of the tree.Miller, right, and his wife, Tami, stand in the courtyard
“Alrededor del árbol” — marypazc
Jensen Architects
Scraphouse
Ideabooks1,461
Questions0
If you weren't jealous of that homeowner, then maybe you're jealous of this one. The stacked signage and industrial vibe of this space are rockin'!
“Bed” — gntbator
Menter Architects LLC
Garage renovated for family play
Ideabooks14,974
Questions13
4. Seattle garage-turned-playspace. These homeowners turned their garage into the ultimate play pavilion for their children. While the first floor still stores the family car, the second floor now serves
“Trx” — steubercl
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