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Laura Garner
My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
Ideabooks1,019
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My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
redoing a small cottagey kitchen that appears similar in size. Window placement, etc. all the same. Wonderinf if this configuration would fit in our space.
Mixing materials in Montreal. “It’s where we work, where we cook and where friends gather when we have them over. It’s the heart of our home,” says Montreal homeowner Luce Beaulieu of this kitchen island. The Ikea piece has a mix of stainless steel cabinets, a wood top and a white glossy
Another in Montreal! See wall-mounted microwave and rest of home.
Reminds me of our island. But I do not like that cabinet bottom changes material.
stainless steel cabinet fronts for easy cleanup. This is now the family's favorite spot in the home. "It's where we work, where we cook and where friends gather when we have them over. It's the heart of our home," says Beaulieu.Cabinets, island: Ikea
“wrap around block” — ellynhoadley
Mal Corboy Design and Cabinets
9 Reviews
Kohi House
Ideabooks10,967
Questions6
Beautifully kitchen. My wife love to have something like this in our new flat in Europe. Could you please tell me what is the kitchen size. Thank you
I am not suggesting pink for our kitchen! I do like how this looks and feels
PerspectiveWe are bombarded with TV shows and magazines that promote the idea that we should consider the next buyer of our home when making design decisions. Unless you plan on staying in your home for less than five years, throw that thought out the window fast. Anything you paint, install or refurbish today
adviceWe are bombarded with TV shows and magazines that promote the idea that we should consider the next buyer of our home when making design decisions. Unless you plan on staying in your home for less than five years, throw that thought out the window fast. Anything you paint, install or refurbish today
“PINK!!” — margarinee
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Ideabooks9,872
Questions4
This is a custom rug designed specifically for this project. Please call our offices for more details. Thanks!
reflective surfaces, our homes can give us the sense that we're going somewhere. Like passengers on the 20th Century Limited making our way from New York to Chicago in the era of streamlined design, we're hurtling forward into the future. It could be a future in which our homes express the same kinds
kinds of can-do spirit and limitless possibilities as the homes of the art deco and, especially, the art moderne styles did. What will the homes we find there be like?More: A Guide to Art Deco StyleMore Architectural Styles
“streamline” — Beverly Jameson
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
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Imprint Architecture and Design, LLC
1 Review
Project One
Ideabooks110
Questions0
key was planning and phasing our construction,” Sara says. “We worked from the front of our home to the back and lived in whatever room we were not currently doing construction in.”
The couple lived in the house during construction. ‘The key was planning and phasing our construction,’ Sara says. ‘We
‘We worked from the front of our home to the back and lived in whatever room we were not currently doing construction in.’
“overhead lighting” — kristencorning
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks14,960
Questions14
materials. The home’s energy performance focuses on passive heating/cooling techniques, natural daylighting, an improved building envelope, and efficient mechanical systems, collectively achieving overall energy performance of 50% better than code. To address the site opportunities, the home utilizes a footprint
2011 EcoHome Design Award Winner Key to the successful design were the homeowner priorities of family health, energy performance, and optimizing the walk-to-town construction site. To maintain health and air quality, the home features a fresh air ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house
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“concrete counter top” — clarkandsharon
Found Associates
Private House, Cotswolds
Ideabooks1,535
Questions5
Flexibility The more our homes can accommodate the many functions of everyday life, the better the chance they’ll meet our long-term needs, because needs invariably change over time. Long islands serve this idea well by acting
combine open living/kitchen/dining in high aspect ratio home
FlexibilityThe more our homes can accommodate the many functions of everyday life, the better the chance they’ll meet our long-term needs, because needs invariably change over time. Long islands serve this idea well by acting
“sink/tap style” — Sam Baseggio
Lucy Call
My Houzz: The Thorns
Ideabooks448
Questions2
all the appliances could be hidden. “One of the joys of designing our home was the ability to place products and furniture to fit in precisely,” she says. “Our built-in Miele fridge and freezer are the finest in utility and have these supercool airport-runway-type
storage was a requirement for Christi, so all the appliances could be hidden. “One of the joys of designing our home was the ability to place products and furniture to fit in precisely,” she says. “Our built-in Miele fridge and freezer are the finest in utility and have these supercool airport-runway-type
“Floor” — forten5
Pickell Architecture
Classical Kitchen
Ideabooks5,243
Questions8
Photo Credit - Katrina Mojzesz topkatphoto.com Interior Design - Katja van der Loo Papyrus Home Design papyrushomedesign.com Homeowner & Design Director - Sue Walter, subeeskitchen.com
I would love more pictures - we are opening up our kitchen to a covered breezeway area to make into a garden room. post more pics! thanks a ton!
Door for our kitchen out to the hall/utility
green plants and fresh flowers. Living plants add fresh oxygen to the air and remove toxins, which is especially important for our homes in fall and winter, when we open our windows less often. But beyond plants' air-purifying effect, the act of tending to living plants or arranging cut flowers is a
come into your house. And before you pick up the remote, do something unplugged, such as tending to your houseplants. This ideabook provides ways your home can engage your senses and help you decompress.Guide: Let Your House Help You De-Stress
“Colors of floor, counter, cabinets” — susansilverman
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