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Cole Valley HillsideJohn Maniscalco Architecture
Variations on the Slider A variant of the sliding glass door is what some manufacturers term the French slider. In many ways this door incorporates the advantages of a sliding glass door with the look of a French door. Unlike the two-panel configuration of the typical sliding glass door, the French slider
panels operate. When closed, the two operable panels butt into each other, resting in the same plane, creating the look of a hinged door. Another advantage to these doors is the opening can be even wider than a regular sliding glass door. At widths of 10, 12 and 16 feet, these doors can create a wall
French slider. In many ways this door incorporates the advantages of a sliding glass door with the look of a French door. Unlike the two-panel configuration of the typical sliding glass door, the French slider
Homeowners with narrow sites who feel constrained by tightness can embrace the narrow building plan, which offers advantages over stouter ones. Here’s a look at the most meaningful advantages of narrow structures.
Light. Quite possibly the biggest advantage of a narrow building footprint is access to natural light. Narrow layouts permit daylight to enter the full depth of a space. Floor plans that are
Light. Quite possibly the biggest advantage of a narrow building footprint is access to natural light. Narrow layouts permit daylight to enter the full depth of a space. Floor plans that are one room wide gather and distribute light very efficiently. A width of 18 to 20 feet (give or take) is ideal,
Santa Monica Beach HouseEvens Architects
Take advantage of the swing of your door. A door that swings in so that its back is against the seating group will create a slight barrier between the two, and will
Take advantage of the swing of your door. A door that swings in so that its back is against the seating group will create a slight barrier between the two, and will
North Kingsway ResidenceAltius Architecture, Inc.
Here is the den, where shelves and a window seat, both built in, take advantage of the punch-out at the front of the house.
Here is the den, where shelves and a window seat, both built in, take advantage of the punch-out at the front of the house.
Here is the den, where shelves and a window seat, both built in, take advantage of the bay window at the front of the house.
Tiny House Living SpaceThe Tiny Project
Lisefski found that a lot of windows (10 in all, mostly facing south to take advantage of solar gain) are key to eliminating claustrophobia. Getting out of the house also helps. As he writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “
Lisefski found that a lot of windows (10 in all, mostly facing south to take advantage of solar gain) are key to eliminating claustrophobia. Getting out of the house also helps. As he writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “Inhabiting
Lisefski found that a lot of windows (10 in all, mostly facing south to take advantage of solar gain) are key to eliminating claustrophobia. Getting out of the house also helps. As he writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “Inhabiting such a small space forces me to live in a simpler, more organized
movies from the library. As someone who has worked in libraries, I may be a bit biased, but I think libraries are one of our greatest resources — take advantage of them! In many communities you can order books, music and movies online and have them sent to your local branch for free.2. Seek out free events
from the libraryAs someone who has worked in libraries, I may be a bit biased, but I think libraries are one of our greatest resources – so take advantage of them! In many communities you can order books, music and movies online and have them sent to your local branch for free.2. Seek out free events
films from the libraryAs someone who has worked in libraries, I may be a bit biased, but I think libraries are one of our greatest resources – take advantage of them. If the book, CD or DVD you’re after isn’t in your branch, ask whether it can be sent from a bigger library.2 Seek out free events in your
takes advantage of a cozy nook created by the home’s sloping rafters. Modern style cushions contrast with a more traditional rug - a perfect example of the couple’s signature style. Bedding and cushions: Le Bon Marche; light: Ikea; daybed: Habitat
A day bed in another bedroom takes advantage of a
A daybed in another bedroom takes advantage of a cozy nook created by the home's sloping rafters. Youthful pillows contrast with a more traditional rug — a perfect example of the couple's signature style. Bedding and pillows: Le Bon Marche; light: Ikea; daybed: Habitat
suggest comfortable seating that takes advantage of any available view.
1. Contemplation roomThis is a private place for clearing your head or thinking things through. It’s best to keep it free of clutter and technology. I suggest comfortable seating that takes advantage of any available view.
for clearing your head or thinking things through. It’s best to keep it free of clutter and technology. I suggest comfortable seating that takes advantage of any available view.
Advantages: As Christopher said the most significant advantage of the false ceiling would be heat retention due to the layer of air inbetween the wall and the room which acts as an insulator
insulator.. In simpler terms, your AC will be able to maintain the temperature of the room without being subjected to a lot of laod... Another advantage could be the decorations that can be put up on the false ceiling without the worry of damaging the wall.. Disadvantages: The most bugging aspect of
Habersham projectValerie DeRoy Interiors, LLC
shown here is an example of a loose back. The cushions are completely unattached to the sofa, which allows them to be turned and rotated. This is an advantage because, since you’re using both sides of the pillows, the upholstery lasts twice as long.
shown here is an example of a loose back. The cushions are completely unattached to the sofa, which allows them to be turned and rotated. This is an advantage because, since you’re using both sides of the pillows, the upholstery lasts twice as long. This is my personal favorite for that reason, and also
sunlight control. Full window shutters beautifully let in lots of light and view while protecting your furniture and rugs from sun damage. So weigh the advantages and disadvantages before making the decision to go with half shutters.
sound quaint now, but back in the '50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average American. Midcentury modern homes took advantage of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to create a connection with the
sound quaint now, but back in the '50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average American. Midcentury modern homes took advantage of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to create a connection with the
sound quaint now, but back in the ‘50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average Australian. Mid-century Modern homes took advantage of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to create a connection with the
The feature wall in the living area sets the tone for the apartment. Weiss took advantage of the vast wall space by creating a gallery display of art. Spanning the gamut of styles and origins, the pieces are hung asymmetrically, lending to the organic feel of the space. While the thought of fitting
The feature wall in the living area sets the tone for the apartment. Weiss took advantage of the vast empty wall by creating a gallery display of art. Spanning the gamut of styles and origins, the pieces are hung asymmetrically, lending an organic feel. While the thought of fitting all of her artwork
12. Take advantage of ample wall space with a gallery wall. A huge wall can be daunting, but it also provides a great opportunity to make a style statement. You don't
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