293 well manicured land Living Design Photos

Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
West Coast Hampton
Ideabooks15,588
Questions27
What room is this? It looks like the landing at the top of the stairs with a fireplace. The caption says LIVING ROOM. If it's the landing which it looks like that is so HOT!
Was this rug custom made? I've been looking everywhere (maybe I didn't look well enough) for that exact rug, including on the Kush website. I can't seem to find it in those colors and the print. Could you offer another hint?
You're correct it is at the top of the stair landing...so glad you like it.
-staircase landing - top of stairs
Use this fixture foe upstairs landing. Follow through with same style in
Upstairs landing-no fireplace but good for built-ins
Landing area on second floor has sitting area
“Upstairs sitting room” — meredithcmoyer
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks149
Questions0
and Butler's Island. Upon Page's death in 1827, Thomas Butler King inherited the land together with his wife, Page's daughter, Anna Matilda Page King. King expanded his father-in-law's planting empire on St. Simons as well as on the mainland, and by 1835 Retreat Plantation alone was home to as many as
Historical Society, historic Ebos Landing has been taken over by a sewage treatment plant. Several coastal organizations have formed in recent years to save natural areas on the island. The St. Simons Land Trust, for example, has received donations of large tracts of land and plans to protect property in
Passage and arrived on the west side of St. Simons staged a rebellion and drowned themselves. The sacred site is known today as Ebos Landing. One of the largest owners of land and slaves on St. Simons was Pierce Butler, master of Hampton Point Plantation, located on the northern end of the island. By 1793
“Similar to what we want to do by opening the office and entry. Paint doors and trim in white.” — sturpin54
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
Fall House
Ideabooks1,011
Questions3
tripping on the steps and/or not doing well as you age in place with that design feature.
The living room is the home’s highest point. The front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the
The living room is the home’s highest point. The front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending
The furnishings are from B&B Italia. One of the homeowners bought the artwork at an auction. “He picked art that’s a little edgy, and I think it works well in the space,” Fougeron says.
The living room is the home’s highest point. The front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending at the master bedroom. The idea was to have the living room covered in natural
“ceiling” — dozell
Heydt Designs
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Ideabooks16,096
Questions11
The first step is 4'-4" wide. The landing and all the other steps going up are 3' wide. Hope that helps!
Ah, well, that I don't know. Benjamin Dhong was the interior designer. He may be able to help. You can find him here on
They hold up well. You just have to use the oil soap on them regularly. The oil in the soap enhances the patina overtime, adds to the level of protection, and buffs out scratches. Hope that helps!
simple bannister and spindles. rounded, tiered landing? love the gray paint - maybe for master bed/bath
“White and wooden staircase” — nukee
Maza Interior Design
Whistler Mountain Modern
Ideabooks1,418
Questions2
Well manicured lawn at d backdrop!
“wrap around shelves . .could address our unfinished look” — c011584
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Estate by Markay Johnson Construction
Ideabooks2,203
Questions4
and spa just beyond the center terrace and all finished in Connecticut bluestone. A sport court, vast stretches of level lawn, and English gardens manicured to perfection complete the setting. Photographer: Bernard Andre Photography
I would like to know the color as well.
“Fireplace!” — papanator
Betty Wasserman
26 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks8,096
Questions11
Me as well - are they available in NY?
Walls, windows and the look of the outside, not manicured
“oui” — franlain
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Forest House - Living Area
Ideabooks6,963
Questions4
Can you give me details about the railing? t really works so well in the design.
Great landing. Love the wood floor.
ideas for upstairs landing/area overlooking living room and joining the loft and master bed
open landing. floor to ceiling windows
Wooden floor on landings
Landing & stairs
“White oak” — 4thekamps
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