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805 Built in traditional bunkbeds Modern Home Design Photos
Mix of modern design (frameless cabinets, white walls w/ unfinished wood, airy coffee table & chair) and slightly more traditional design (couches)
built in storage...built-in media wall
Regan Baker Design
Cabinetry in Small Spaces
A high rise modern condo needed a traditional touch to help bridge the gap between a modern space and the home owner's transitional style. Custom cabinetry helped bring transitional detailing into a rather sterile space and helped add some much needed structure. We covered the media wall in a subtle
AV Closet idea: Built into master bedroom
Vintage 1950s Equipment Restored for Retro Home Bowling Alley
models, which were refinished with Granny Smith Apple Green vinyl, and outfitted with a modern LED "pindicator" system. The bowling alley features built-in shoe and ball storage, and a restored manual scorer's table with custom scoresheets.
Ira Frazin Architect
Ira Frazin Architect
Take out some counter and cabinet space along the wall sharing the yard and add a sliding glass door. Put sink in island with custom built ins for pots and pans
FocusOne undeniable advantage of the long island is that it allows for a change in the traditional orientation of kitchen tasks. It does this by creating a workspace large enough to allow for all of the kitchen work — preparation, cooking and cleanup — to occur in and around the island, allowing the
Bruno Kearney Architects, LLP
extra thick wall with built in shelving. nice look.
Guest are more likely to sit at this banquette and table than a traditional breakfast table set up.
3 built in nooks over banquette
David Vandervort Architects
Magnolia Residence - Seattle, WA « DAVID VANDERVORT ARCHITECTS
This seems a bit traditional but because of the colors, clean lines and overall design it feels more contemporary
cnr built in fire - takes away that look of a random chimney in the middle of a room.
92 Square Foot Backyard Office
The centuries old Japanese tradition of Shou-sugi-ban can be used to create weathered wood surfaces outside but also inside such as the back of a kitchen island.
Williams and Dealer perch themselves outdoors. The deck was built around a young oak tree.
built around tree
Mid-Century Modern in Lincoln
inspired by Gropius’ own house built nearby in the 1940s. By the time the house was built, modernism had evolved from the Gropius era, to incorporate the rural vibe of Lincoln with spectacular exposed wooden beams and deep overhangs. The design rejects the traditional New England house with its enclosing