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Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
Foster Residence
white everywhere except this kitchen wall. “It’s a real pretty wood. Seemed like we ought to leave it somewhere,” says Clayton. Cabinet paint: Pepper Tree, Devoe Paints
“Pared madera” — tanialalala
Julie Ranee Photography
Holiday Decor
holidays to suit you. I had an idea that I would design my own family photo holiday cards, but I realized I would rather spend my time sipping cocoa by the tree, so I'm skipping it. No one else will know what they're missing!
“Colors, shelving, stools” — taylorirby
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Modern Farm House
The kitchen has the best view in the house, nestled under live oak trees and facing the pasture.Cuppett drew all the details of the space and designed the cabinetry and millwork. “The most important thing for farmhouse style is to keep it simple,” he says. “It all has to be really straightforward — no
“Cocina comedor” — Proeléctrica de Centroamérica S.A.
SHED Architecture & Design
4 Reviews
Leschi Remodel
This wood counter has both a burled suface and a live edge, meaning the outer surface of the tree has not been planed off and the natural outline remains.
“Layout of kitchen” — tinageo
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Park Avenue Apartment
for apple or quince blossoms in the spring, and lush foliage in summer and fall. Cut branches can last a month or more, so even if you don’t have a tree of your own to snip them from, it’s a worthy splurge at the farmer’s market or corner florist.
“Banquitos” — carocastro
Hammond Design
2 Reviews
Cape Cod Beach House Remodel
existed — making the most of cross breezes, closing shades and drapes at certain times of day to keep the sun from baking a room, strategically planting trees, setting a chunk of ice beneath a fan and more. I had never even thought about giving my appliances a rest during the hottest times of day, but now
“Combine kitchen and laundry” — 21peacock
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
11 Reviews
West Philadelphia Kitchen
the exterior changes — including this window — had to be approved by the Philadelphia Historical Commission. This patio is fenced in and shaded by trees for ultimate privacy, but still gets plenty of sunshine during the day. The clients wanted an eat-in kitchen; the little nook created by the bay window
“Metal bay window” — sarah_h_coleman
5 Reviews
bottom allows: plants and other objects can sit on the sill and still allow the windows to open. The plants occupy a zone between the indoors and the trees beyond. They are a bit of manicured vegetation that positively affects the view through the window.More: Explore window designs in the Houzz remodeling
“1 or 2 stool island” — vbtara52
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