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John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks19,722
Questions15
They're not out of style - But where privacy and light control is unnecessary, why would you bother covering that splendid view?
I like the wood, the double windows, the fire place, the carpets and the couches
Big window and high ceiling. Beautiful gas fire.
Fire place. Can this be added in the dining room?
“couches” — Susan Evans
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Porch House
Ideabooks4,226
Questions3
fireplace surround, situated slightly to the left, balances the feature perfectly.Show us: Share your balancing acts below!More: Let's Get SymmetricalWhy There's Beauty in Grid, Column and Row
fire place surrounds
fire place...fire place mantle
“Mantle” — sburcham07
Daniel Sheehan Photography
Laurelhurst House
Ideabooks16,895
Questions17
nice floating shelves, mantel over fire place?
minimalism left off in the 1950s.“Why such apparent paralysis?” asks Gord Peteran, a professor of design at OCAD University in Toronto. “It's true: Design mags are filled with white, empty rooms; walls of glass; white leather chairs even with postwar metal wire legs. Why Las Vegas pallet curvilinear minimal
“Chair” — Bev
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
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Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Rural Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks1,777
Questions5
Curious why type of wood and how it was secured to the wall?
Fire place...int fire place
“Floating clock” — vlrstyle1
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Living room with dining room beyond
Ideabooks2,998
Questions6
Don't know why but I love parquet floors
Like the Shaker on this link. We should get white shaker doors from Trimlite or a place like them for bedroom and closet systems and get a heavier/fire version for the sliding closet doors that enclose the washer/dryer LINK http://trimlite.com/products/interior-doors/shaker-panel-doors/mdf-primed-shakers/
“paint color BM DC-19 Broxburn greige” — bodega
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Cliff May Home Leads the Way in Long Beach
Ideabooks1,822
Questions3
What type of fire is this? Is it gas?
previously level to the floor. Why it works: This see-through fireplace defines separate spaces within an open, midcentury-style layout, while allowing a peek through to the room on the other side.
A see though fire place. Love it
Break through wall to open the fire place into the hall
Round fire objects instead of lame little granules
chimney on the outside of the house to create continuity. They also raised the bottom of the fireplace box, which was previously level to the floor. Why it works: This see-through fireplace defines separate spaces within an open, midcentury-style layout, while allowing a peek through to the room on the
chimney on the outside of the house to create continuity. They also raised the bottom of the fireplace box, which was previously level to the floor.Why it works: This see-through fireplace defines separate spaces within an open, midcentury-style layout, while allowing a peek through to the room on the
“Limestone fireplace” — l67karban
Kaylovesvintage
Cameras and hyacinths
Ideabooks1,310
Questions4
that you need too keep them cool for several weeks to force the bulbs to produce a flower. Have a look at https://www.oldhousegardens.com/ForcingBulbs.aspx for instructions. Maybe you can put them in the refrigerator.
photography and camera phones, the visual appeal of these antique versions has grown tremendously. People love displaying and collecting these, and why shouldn't you have one, too?
“I would like to have a few of these vases” — virginiapal
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Cliff May Home Leads the Way in Long Beach
Ideabooks1,490
Questions3
you can add splashes of this style. Since Darryl loves chairs.......why not?
Colour if fire place
fire divide of living space
fire place...Fire place stone
“Limestone fireplace” — trufolsom
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