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Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Tim: Akron, Ohio
Ideabooks1,747
Questions6
10 and 14, also enjoy this aspect of their home. "The kids and their friends run, slide, climb up the ladder and have a ton of fun," he explains, "It’s a barn! It is a place to share with friends and family." Adrienne DeRosa Photography
the post and beam barn, the open kitchen is the comfortable hub of the home. Rather than create a solid division between the kitchen and the children’s TV area, Franklin just filled in the gap between the floor and the diagonal beam."
children’s TV area, Franklin just filled in the gap between the floor and the diagonal beam.The ladder is cleverly integrated into the support post and is one of the original features of the barn. Workers used to climb up to the loft and toss hay down a chute to the feeding area below. Franklin’s children
“Isolation” — breno4114
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
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The tiler did a great job! Yes, the liner is a Vent-a-Hood, but other companies make them as well. I believe we ended up with cement board over 2x4's for the backing of the tile.
black island. subway tile. windows similar to martha;s
some Americans want everything a bit more pristine.” Neither is right or wrong, it’s just a matter of asking yourself what your mindset is.
10. The Tolix Stool: This cafe stool dates back to France in the 1930s. Its enduring style has never been more popular. See more French cafe seating in action
I am crazy about these French-designed, 1930's aluminum stools. So much so that my dining room has the matching cafe chairs.
Q. What’s your favorite backsplash material?A. I'm a fan of classic subway tile — easy cleanup and timeless.Q. Your favorite countertop material by the range? For
“Tile” — Carrie Sachse
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
Ideabooks981
Questions4
Me too---where did they get those '70s plastic bucket seats!!! Love them!!!
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
Are those '70s plastic bucket seats??? Where can I find them?
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
“Colour that syays good morning!” — gcorthals
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
7RR-Ecohome
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pulling the house’s form to maximize the backyard and minimize the public front yard while welcoming the sun in key rooms by rotating the house 45-degrees to true north. The angular form of the house is a result of the family’s program, the zoning rules, the lot’s attributes, and the sun’s path. We wanted
kitchen and family rooms all focused on the rear garden. The east side of the second floor is the Master wing and a center bridge connects it to the kid’s wing on the west. Second floor terraces and sunscreens provide views and shade in this suburban setting. The playful mathematical grid of the house in
Super efficient windows have low-E argon gas filled units, and thermally insulated aluminum frames. Permeable brick and stone pavers reduce the site’s storm-water runoff. Countertops use recycled composite materials. Energy-Star rated furnaces and smart thermostats are located throughout the house to
“edit this add chairs/put more cupboards/change back splash and sink” — godisgood2
Design Platform
15 Reviews
Reclaimed Work of Art
Ideabooks2,152
Questions3
Combining of an existing laundry room and kitchen in a 1950’s ranch in the Highland’s into a Chef’s Kitchen with Eat-In Island. Reclaimed barnwood kitchen divider with etched artwork by Tandi Venter. Custom designed and built white oak cabinetry by AvenueTwo:Design including glass upper with additional
actually been discontinued. This light in 'small' is very similar. http://www.lzf-lamps.com/products/gea-s/
Windows have coverings by Shade Store on them. Windows behind those shades are original 1950's single pane steel.
“Open concept” — aklaamas
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Alameda Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks3,960
Questions6
The new kitchen for this English-style 1920s Portland home was inspired by the classic English scullery—and Downton Abbey! A royal color scheme, British-made apron sink, and period pulls ground the project in history, while refined lines and modern functionality bring it up to the present. Photo: Anna
every 15 years or so and is currently enjoying an upswing in popularity. But I would never advocate using a color for your backsplash just because it’s trending, as the expense and hassle of changing it once the trend passes are much too great. So if you aren’t sure you’d want this color in your kitchen
to swap out down the road.If you truly love this color — ever-changing color trends aside — and want to use it for a backsplash, I say go for it. It’s close enough to the indigo color of blue jeans, which we are used to seeing accessorized with any and every color, that it functions as a neutral, giving
“Blue tile, white room” — carrieleeboxer
Pierce Allen
1 Review
New England Cottage
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Questions4
Here’s an example of a neutral green. Because it is a light color and has a good bit of gray in it, it works as a nice muted backdrop to the bolder spots of yellow from the counter stools.
Here’s an example of a neutral green. Because
Here’s an example of a neutral green. Because it is a light color and has a good bit of gray in it, it works as a nice muted backdrop to the bolder spots of
Here’s an example of a neutral green. Because it is a light color and has a good bit of gray in it, it works as a nice muted backdrop to the bolder spots of
“Kleur” — nadischia
Arnal Photography
7 Reviews
Galley Kitchen
Ideabooks20,503
Questions11
your question. This kitchen was photographed for Canadian Architecture and Design magazine a couple of years ago. It`s stunning place, designed by Tomas Pearce of Toronto, but that`s about as much as I can tell you about it.
question. This kitchen was photographed for Canadian Architecture and Design magazine a couple of years ago. It`s stunning place, designed by Tomas Pearce Interior Design of Toronto, but that`s about as much as I can tell you about it. Perhaps they may be able to assist you further.
your question. This kitchen was photographed for Canadian Architecture and Design magazine a couple of years ago. It`s stunning place, designed by Tomas Pearce of Toronto, but that`s about as much as I can tell you about it.
“ovens” — ktheado
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