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Justrich Design
Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks8,261
Questions9
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but only 16" high. I use this particular dishwasher often in my kitchen designs as it allows space below for a pot drawer cabinet. Cheers.
prep space. Colorful artwork and Heath pottery add cheer to the simply designed space. See more of Justrich's kitchen
washing and rinsing china or stemware.A certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer for 30 years, Sharon Flatley has seen the kitchen sink grow wider, deeper
prep space. Colourful artwork and Heath pottery add cheer to the simply designed space. See more of Justrich’s kitchen
“Le lavabo” — francine1953
Resolution: 4 Architecture
1 Review
Peconic Bay House Kitchen
Ideabooks5,408
Questions9
Sustainable Landscape: A basic landscaping design limits turf, incorporates drought tolerant plants and avoids invasive plant species. The permeable groundcover
its high efficiency geothermal HVAC system, this house is its own power plant, contributing power back to the grid daily. Green Keys: Site: This compact
incorporates an extensive waste management and recycling program in their plant operations. Energy Conservation: The project utilizes efficient windows and
permanent erosion controls, such as protective retaining walls, have been designed and installed. Geothermal HVAC: The HVAC system is an energy star approved
“white timber sink” — Anna Tombleson
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Magnolia Renovation
Ideabooks2,616
Questions7
with the design of a new, highly crafted modern kitchen in a traditional home located in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle. The kitchen design relies
small garden space. In the center of the new kitchen/dining space, we designed two long, custom tables from reclaimed elm planks (20" wide, 2" thick)
tables have custom blued-steel bases with laser-cut bronze overlay. We also designed custom stools with blued-steel bases and woven cattail rush seats. The
arranged in a random array with custom steel brackets. The cabinets are custom designed, with bleached Alaskan yellow cedar frames and bamboo panels. The counters
The indoor plant (tree) you are referring to is Draceana Marginata
question about the chairs at our Magnolia kitchen renovation. The chairs are designed and made by a Seattle craftsman named John Thoe. See: ...
“Wall art” — tyroten1
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Nationally recognized Interior Designer featured on HGTV. Full service design firm specializing in design solutions for inspired living.
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Genesis Architecture, LLC.
3 Reviews
Christensen Remodeling
Ideabooks8,229
Questions15
These were selected by the interior designer, but I believe they were from DWR (Design Within Reach)
Stunning Illuminated Ceiling Design. May i ask... how was this constructed and what type of lighting did you
This is a very modern design for me to like, but I like
wood, design simplicity ceilings lighting
potted plant on kitchen shelf...Island/peninsula design
“天花” — amay54
Natural Balance Home Builders
10 Reviews
North Van Renvovation
Ideabooks283
Questions0
Plantings for stairs
“Is that an indoor structural garden?” — worldofkdel
Blakes London
Industrial Chic
Ideabooks1,506
Questions6
I like the idea of having plants (herbs) in the middle of the table like this
Very interesting cabinets, I like the plants in the middle - perfect for a little herb garden
plants in island
“Living” — victoriacampbell07
Applegate Tran Interiors
17 Reviews
Applegate Tran Interiors
Ideabooks1,251
Questions4
the situation facing the owners of this remodeled kitchen, says interior designer Vernon Applegate. "The old kitchen was dismal," he says. "It was small
Bamboo plants in the square vases with white and black stones
Island bar design stools under the counter
like this plant for the bar
“the refrigerator detail is great” — mollyoff
Specht Harpman Architects
4 Reviews
Weston Residence
Ideabooks191
Questions0
roofscape, or fifth facade, becomes a critical element of the design. Terraced planes planted with year-round, region-specific succulents step down the hill
gardens, giving a feeling of being fully immersed in the landscape. The planted roofs are also integral to the high-performance building envelope. Interior
rooms, playing with transparency during the day and reflectivity at night. Design Team: Scott Specht, Louise Harpman, Amy Lopez-Cepero Photography: Taggart
“2nd island” — doug0307
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