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Ownby Design
18 Reviews
Ownby Design
Ideabooks15,038
Questions17
There is no base boards in this home, the drywall goes all the way to the flooring material.
We are building a new construction and bought a similar 45" linear gas fireplace by Napolean
Fine Art mica shade chandeliers- did custom finer version in FLA
Classic but updated design and palette
fireplace wall/mantle design
Bold design...Ownby Design...fire place design...Ownby Design...Ownby Design
“Modern Spanish (Lamps)” — majrm
Kathryn Long, ASID
9 Reviews
Lake Toxaway
Ideabooks22,309
Questions19
I also have a new client who loves this stone, so I asked the contractor about it. It was from a small quarry in the vicinity of Lake Toxaway, where this home is located. Unfortunately, the quarry is now closed. We have not found an alternative
Thanks! Those lantern were custom made by Hammerton, a USA company.....they have real mica "glass". We knew early in the planning that those lantern would go there, so they are direct wired.
the two sides of stone are probably close to 20" each. The bookcases are about 30" wide each. A design professional can help make sure your design will work in your space. Good luck with your design, Kathryn
plan. You can print out the floorplan from their website. The actual blue print/schematic to build is $20,000. I had to pass. :/ Absolutely beautiful design but the cost of the schematic was unreasonable for me. Here is the link directly to the floor plan. http://www.plattarchitecture.com/?post_type=p
“Fireplace and ceiling” — kristinj07
Fun House Furnishings & Design
7 Reviews
New Jersey Bachelor Pad
Ideabooks673
Questions3
The table came from William & Sonoma Home
William & Sonoma Home
New Jersey Bachelor Pad
Fun House Furnishings & Design
Mica Wallpaper
“sofa” — sfconway
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Family Room
Ideabooks5,154
Questions7
The design objective for this six acre ocean view parcel in Montecito was to create a literal replication of an 1800's California hacienda. Four adobe structures define the central courtyard while secondary terraces and walled gardens expand the living areas towards the views and morning light. Simple
We are putting in floors at our San Diego home in the next month and would love to have that look.
Tampo da mesa feito com cerâmica
Stairs but with wood tops - new iron banister
8. Match your home's style. Wrought iron is a staple of Spanish colonial design. This screen complements the intricate ironwork of the staircase railing.
“Ohh maybe some vigas!!!” — anihome
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Living Room
Ideabooks8,330
Questions8
I don't know who made this one, but Omega makes some nice mantels with overmantels like this: http://www.stone4homes.com/productlist.php?id=1&productline=Mantels/Overmantels&sub_productline_id=3&sub_productline=Stone%20Mantels%20with%20Overmantels#products
wooden beams and the feel of the room, rustic and homely
to sell your house improve traffic flow.
Table behind couch is not on rig. Could we use my buffet behind new couch w zero furniture on brick wall?
This room incorporates many of the features listed on my blog of 05/13/14 which has a list of the most popular items in a luxury home. www.LuxeSpecs.com
5. Improve traffic flow. Over time, homeowners become desensitized to what their possessions look like and where they are placed, note Laura Grindrod and Carolyn Kibby of Annapolis Staging and Design. The coatrack by the kitchen door, for example, might be practical for your family, but it can look like
“Furniture placement” — iammissy
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks4,568
Questions8
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
maximizes southern exposure in the rear while still capturing the park view in the front. ZeroEnergy Design | Green Architecture & Mechanical Design www.ZeroEnergy.com Kauffman Tharp Design | Interior Design www.ktharpdesign.com Photos by Eric Roth
“Color” — fiyin
Studio Z Architecture
11 Reviews
Maywood Ave. Home, Ann Arbor
Ideabooks169
Questions1
change made arranging furniture much easier because all the circulation is along one side of the room. Interior Design: Lauren King Interior Design Contractor: Beechwood Building and Design Photo: Steve Kuzma Photography
brightened up with new finishes. "We were able to use a lot of the furniture that my parents already owned, and blend it with the new pieces," says daughter and project interior designer Lauren King. "It still has the feel of their home, the one I grew up in, but very much new and improved. We weren't looking
a completely different style."This sort of sums up the approach taken for the entire project: keeping what was there and doing what was needed to improve it.
“Painting” — jlwang99
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks6,587
Questions7
This island home is set on a dramatic site overlooking the Straits of Juan de Fuca. The owners wanted a substantial addition to a 150-square foot, one-room cabin. The new one-story home is carefully connected to the waterfront views, nestled low into the rocky site, and surrounded by large fir and pine
pine trees. The home’s new main room was built adjacent to an ancient wind shaped pine, which becomes the focal point of the connection between indoors and outdoors. This main room features fir ceilings and a twenty-foot long bay window that enhances the engagement of the inside space to the view.
The home’s new main room was built adjacent to an ancient wind shaped pine, which becomes the focal point of the connection between indoors and outdoors. This main
“Escape from the sunlight” — ahnchoi
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