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Double Gable Eichler Remodel
The open atrium that is the heart of many Eichlers is just beyond the glass wall, which we’re now seeing in a view toward the street. The wood door maintains privacy from the street
The open atrium that is the heart of many Eichlers is just beyond the glass wall, which we’re now seeing in a view toward the street. The wood door maintains privacy from the street, and the tree promises to provide more shade as it grows.From this vantage we can see the door to the garage on the left
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A twist to a traditional dining area
group of cool family heirlooms of the same era, you are halfway done. Current trends embrace a curated mix of old and new furnishings. Mix until your heart is content, just keep in mind the rules regarding scale and proportion. More: Find a design pro in your area Browse home design photos
Natasha Jansz Design
Studio City Modern Ranch House
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Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
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Nina van de Goor's Home
steps, like these charming pillows made from either quilt fragments or quilt fabrics. But watch out: Quilts have a way of worming their way into your heart.
New family room steps down from original house
Klopf and his contractor created a new wing by filling what used to be a concrete patio. The addition houses the heart of the home: the family room and the kitchen. It "blurs indoor-outdoor living and is completely in line with Eichler's lifestyle philosophy," says Klopf.
The Office of Charles de Lisle
Expose striking featuresMidcentury architecture exposed the fabric of the building, celebrating the strong lines and materials that were at the heart of a house. Roof beams, wood-panelled walls and painted brickwork were to be integrated into the room, not hidden behind plasterboard.
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eichler in marinwood
They had been painted that color by the previous owner; the original beams were dark. He wanted the kitchen to be like a monolithic structure in the heart of the house, so he designed it as a seamless mass of drywall and MDF. “I wanted it to read as a block that had been carved out to form a kitchen,”
Roarkus Moss Architects
2. KitchensPlywood can be a beautiful and practical material for a kitchen and, as with ceilings, can create a lovely warm glow in the heart of the home. The type of plywood used in this kitchen is hoop pine, which is frequently used in Australia.