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Streeter & Associates, Inc.
Modern Cottage
Ideabooks398
Questions1
An award-winning renovation that reflects the owner’s active family lifestyle. This award-winning renovation redesigned a 1940’s New England Style cottage around the family’s active, modern lifestyle. An open, inviting floor plan with expansive windows showcase dramatic views while warm, welcoming interiors
“Floor” — lexib1984
Hall Smith Office_Architecture
Woodstock Retreat
Ideabooks1,448
Questions4
to the dining room. “We didn’t put upper cabinets in, because we wanted to have a window here,” says Smith. “Most of the storage is in a pantry that’s tucked to the side of the kitchen, but the small shelves between the range and the refrigerator keep necessities close at hand.”
to the dining room. “We didn’t put upper cabinets in, because we wanted to have a window here,” says Smith. “Most of the storage is in a pantry that’s tucked to the side of the kitchen, but the small shelves between the range and the refrigerator keep necessities close at hand.”
opens to the dining room. ‘We didn’t put top cupboards in, because we wanted to have a window here,’ says Smith. ‘Most of the storage is in a pantry that’s tucked to the side of the kitchen, but the small shelves between the cooker and the fridge-freezer keep essentials close at hand’
“storage backsplash” — nicolemelzer
J.A.S. Design-Build
1 Review
Built-Ins
Ideabooks2,571
Questions2
few emailed pictures can be helpful) as well as a list of questions to ask, including about rates and price structure, services provided and the pro’s approach to organizing. Remember, this is someone with whom you will be working quite closely in your home, so beyond credentials, be sure you also click
“Desk” — ericb81
Sellars Lathrop Architects, llc
5 Reviews
sellars Lathrop architects
Ideabooks5,047
Questions9
STYLIST TRICK #2 TO A DECORATOR LOOK There’s no need to break out your paintbrush and drop cloth to bring in color; get creative with things you already have. Place a bowl of bright red apples on
There’s no need to break out your paintbrush and drop cloth to bring in color; get creative with things you already have. Place a bowl of bright red apples on
There’s no need to break out your paintbrush and drop cloth to bring in color; get creative with things you already have. Place a bowl of bright red apples on
“cabinets” — jnstemer
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Addition/Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Ideabooks5,585
Questions8
question -- no this house is in a pretty temperate climate - gets down to low 30's on occasion in the winter -- but no snow - and into the high 90's on the rare day in the summer -- but usually winter days are in the 50's and summer days in the 70/to the high 80 range -- low humidity too. Fleetwood has
“Hidden doors” — roydenlynch
Signature Homes
1 Review
Back in Time
Ideabooks606
Questions1
Would you please tell me the colour of the cabinets, the countertop material as well as the brand of the s/s island. Thanks.
Microwave placement and s.ubway tile
“subway tile & stainless combo” — lisatwilliams
Poggenpohl
Poggenpohl Sand Pine Kitchen
Ideabooks1,475
Questions2
The Poggenpohl NYC design team headed by Vanessa Ortiz and Marie-Line Laroche worked in collaboration with Jorge Sosa of NY’s Sosa Design Group, a foremost Hampton architectural firm, to bring about the vision of its East Hampton owners, that was to capture the qualities of the ocean and a forest of
comfort of familiarity? “Our stove hearth is the heart of our home,” says the owner. “But we have little hands and paws that touch everything.” Poggenpohl’s Sand Pine melamine was the perfect answer for the base cabinets. It not only mirrored the color and texture of the stand of beech trees, its easy-clean
“Cupboards” — Sharon John Borg
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks1,441
Questions5
The kitchen was renovated during the 1960s, with architecture that clearly clashed with the home's Provençal roots. Santalla ripped out everything and started over. The engineered quartz countertops
The kitchen was renovated during the 1960s, with architecture that clearly clashed with the home's Provençal roots. Santalla ripped out everything and started over. The engineered quartz countertops and lacquered cabinetry are simple but conspicuously modern. "We made it very clear about what was new
cuisine avait été rénovée dans les années 1960 dans un style qui ne convenait pas du tout au charme typiquement provençal de la maison. Ernesto Santalla s’est débarrassé des aménagements préexistants pour tout reprendre à zéro. Le plan de travail en quartz et les armoires laquées sont simples mais tout à
“Love” — misstee47
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