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Bruce Bierman Design
Fire Island Residence - Long Island
Ideabooks6,012
Questions7
all of your dinner dishes and put them away, and set out a few tasty treats for your breakfast the next morning. Waking up to a fresh and tidy house is worth the effort.
beach house...Clean house formula
“Flowers” — ranalevy
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Ideabooks19,109
Questions8
can you explain to me where are the windows ? are they electronic windows ar manualy opereted? do you have more photos of this house ?
really large wall of glass may be worth it. Plan on budgeting into five figures.
, etc. While this type of door is more costly than a standard two-panel sliding glass door, the ability to get a really large wall of glass may be worth it. Plan on budgeting into five figures.
, etc. While this type of door is more costly than a standard two-panel sliding glass door, the ability to get a really large wall of glass may be worth it. Plan on budgeting into five figures.
This house, on the other hand, opens up to an expansive horizontal view of Mandeville Canyon east of San Francisco. Still, the view is broken up by columns that alternate with trees in the foreground
“the” — limtoetoe
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Fort Worth, TX: Mike & Ann Williams
Ideabooks654
Questions3
Fort Worth, TX: Mike & Ann Williams
lots of objects and patterns like my house
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Fort Worth cottage-these are the colors for sunroom/curtains, etc.
Everything about this house is amazing
feet (269 square meters); 3 bedrooms, 3 bathroomsLocation: Fort Worth, TexasYear built: 1919After 18 years of raising their two daughters in Fredericksburg, Texas, the Williamses decided to downsize. A new job for Mike took them to Fort Worth, where they began their hunt for the right home. Ann says, “We
but design and architecture are important enough to us that the house we chose had to be special. It had to have character and personality. We also wanted to have room for our daughters to visit comfortably. When we walked into this house and saw the original beams, the stenciling and the plaster walls
“love this room !!!!” — merrilb
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
The Residence
Ideabooks2,298
Questions5
For this house “contextual” means focusing the good view and taking the bad view out of focus. In order to accomplish this, the form of the house was inspired by horse blinders. Conceived as two tubes with directed views, one tube is for entertaining and the other one for sleeping. Directly across the
the street from the house is a lake, “the good view.” On all other sides of the house are neighbors of very close proximity which cause privacy issues and unpleasant views – “the bad view.” Thus the sides and rear are mostly solid in order to block out the less desirable views and the front is completely
completely transparent in order to frame and capture the lake – “horse blinders.” There are several sustainable features in the house’s detailing. The entire structure is made of pre-fabricated recycled steel and concrete. Through the extensive use of high tech and super efficient glass, both as windows and
“Big window” — Gonti design
H. Customs Electronic Integrators
5 Reviews
2013 Fort Worth Dream Home
Ideabooks590
Questions0
2013 Fort Worth Dream Home Built by AG Builders, Featured in Fort Worth Magazine and Electronics design/installation performed by H. Customs Audio Video. This media room features a 120" projection screen, 3 Episode Front Stage In-Wall Speakers, 4 - 8" In-Ceiling Surround Speakers, Episode Triple 10"
H. Customs Audio Video and AG Builders Entire home is Control4 automated. For more information please contact H. Customs. Photography by Fort Worth Magazine
Ft worth dream home-like the color of the media
“first floor media room” — langelus
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Fort Worth, TX: Misty Spencer
Ideabooks4,381
Questions2
This entire home is me. And in Fort Worth! Love it.
fort worth tx misty spencer
striped side table, a $20 thrift shop find, was also a DIY painting project. “I love black and white stripes,” she says. “You’ll see it all over my house.”
Fort Worth, TX: Misty Spencer
fort worth
“White and black rooms” — jmreddi
Katerina Tana Design
Katerina Tana Design
Ideabooks3,517
Questions7
can be found in an array of new incarnations form a number of sources. The Fortuny saracena is not hard to find, they are just a bit pricey. But well worth the investment! Thanks for liking the space so much. It is a very happy place to be.
Technically this falls in the wool category, but it's a very special luxe subcategory that deserves its own mention. A cashmere throw is worth the expense. You're worth it, too. Plus, you'll get the cost down to less than a penny per use over the amount of time you'll own it — I promise.
A friend described her place as "the house in eight shades of white.” That aesthetic is captured here in the living room. Built-in bookshelves separate the main seating space from the kitchen; they were deliberately built just shy of the ceiling to allow natural light to flow in from a kitchen skylight
“salon” — bbpriv
B Benda
Living Room
Ideabooks20,810
Questions25
expert, but worth noting for general reference. Good luck!
Brian, this does help very much so!! Thanks for all the details and advise on this. We will definitely hire an A/V person to do this right. Being able to enjoy the TV and fireplace simultaneously is priceless, so it would be well worth the price
them. We were not locked into using this particular stone and brick supplier. So, when we found a house that had the stone we liked, we were able to find out the manufacturer through the homeowner of that house. So, moral of the story, do not settle for something just because it is easy. Get what you want
I apologize that is has taken me a couple weeks to respond. We built this house and the fireplaces were the stock install from our builder. So, I have no idea where or from whom he bought them. I can, however, tell you that they
“Harriet den” — wbethel1966
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