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Green Cube - LEED Platinum Showhome
beautiful glass staircase, recyclable 3D wall panels at the loft ( by from Inhabit®) and a wonderful Living Wall feature dividing Living and dining area Photos by Jenifer Koskinen- Merritt Design Photo
where to get a top for pool table?
Love the living plant wall, the pool table and the floating glass fireplace!
COOL TO HAVE LIVING WALL INSIDE
thumbs to work. Bring the outside in by introducing a living wall or an evergreen plant display to create balance and bring you closer to nature.More: Houzz guides to green paint picks and color palettes
DC Metro Tile, Stone & Countertops
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SK Designers - Shimrit Kaufman
Is it glass? Where can this be purchased? Does this have to be custom made? Thanks.
right next to the table... lose one seat, but have a work space close to the table for socializing, prep, and to put serve-yourself food on during meals
best idea to build a kitchen. The light colors make us see the space as it were bigger than it really is.
I kind of like table attached to island
Nice way to integrate seating in an island but keep it all at one height.
condo residence on spruce street
features a glass backsplash, wood shelf and an integrated dining table to save space. the meridian pendant light fixtures are from propellor design in vancouver. photo by raef grohne
trying to find some for our kitchen. Thanks
appeal to you. Contact Frost directly through their website to find a retailer of their products near you. http://www.frostdesign.dk
The walls in this image are painted Benjamin Moore OC-57, White Heron. The gray tone you are mentioning is that of the custom colour of the back painted glass kitchen
the handles shown in the picture, are integral to the aluminum frame and came with the kitchen. for similar options have a look at Frost handles and pulls. I think the Quadra pull from Frost
leaves well to make sure they are insect free. Sanitize the vase with hot water and bleach to reduce bacteria growth. Add a packet of flower food to the water. Cut the stems at a 45-degree angle and trim them every few days. Change the water every two or three days. Keep the arrangement away from direct sun
leaves well to make sure they are insect free. •Sanitize the vase with hot water and bleach to reduce bacteria growth. •Add a packet of flower food to the water. •Cut the stems at a 45-degree angle and trim them every few days. •Change the water every two or three days. •Keep the arrangement away from direct
morning to protect them from heat on the way home. And as with flowers, if you'll be traveling any distance, place them in a plastic bag filled with enough water to cover the bottom of the stems. When choosing tropical leaves from a florist, make sure they are 100 percent intact and that no brown areas
Peter Sampson Architecture Studio Inc.
views to the river and cityscape are composed from the interior spaces, one of which is a three-storey loft- like core to the home at which a number of key living spaces intersect. An enclosed second-storey screened porch is integral to the building volume. It enforces the home’s inside-outside dialogue
addition to an existing 1,200 sf home overlooking the Red River builds itself quietly into the existing neighbourhood context. Preserving the existing mature site, the home’s interior is designed to capitalize on lush canopies that provide both natural cooling and privacy. A major feature of this home is
order to capitalize on existing lot line conditions which are no longer permitted under current zoning requirements. The original home’s basement and some of its first floor walls were also reused in the reconstruction in their raw, original state, providing a complexity of contrast to the new butcher
Rachel Reider Interiors
How to avoid the ubiquitous coastal theme but still pay homage to the surroundings: "We wanted to incorporate the natural beauty of Nantucket into the design plan but without being overly coastal. With textural touches harkening back to the ocean and beach — sea grass rugs, a glass droplet chandelier
were able to tie back to the surroundings in elegant and unexpected ways," Rachel says. "The artwork is by an artist named Molly Dee and was the original inspiration for the retro chic branding. We had these paintings in mind when developing the overall design concept.
wouldn't have to alter our color scheme a whole lot. We have black furniture already. So perhaps a black slipcover and then orangey coastal type decorations?
Carney Logan Burke Architects
Indian Springs Ranch Residence
adjacent to the Teton mountain range. The design solution for the project had to satisfy two conflicting goals: the finished project must fit seamlessly into a neighborhood with distinctly conservative design guidelines while satisfying the owners desire to create a unique home with roots in the modern
volumes to break down the scale of the 6,500 square foot program. A pair of two-story gabled structures present a traditional face to the neighborhood, while the single-story living pavilion, with its expansive shed roof, tilts up to recognize views and capture daylight for the primary living spaces.
taper to thin steel “brim” that protects the buildings from harsh western weather. The roof of the living pavilion extends to create a covered outdoor extension for the main living space. The cast-in-place concrete chimney and site walls anchor the composition of forms to the flat site. The exterior
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Brown Bar communal space
living area to the exterior and is the perfect setting to relax and take in the natural surroundings. The living area is filled with natural light, and features a wood-burning stove to keep warm in the winter months. The lower level is a walkout basement with polished concrete floors and is complete with a
accommodate up to eight people. Set into the side of a steeply sloped site on a concrete foundation the home boasts walls of glass, which extend the space into the tree canopy. The main level features a master bedroom and bath along with the open kitchen, living and dining areas. The adjacent ipe deck expands
seeks to blend into the surrounding landscape. The Brown Bar’s spare lines and beautiful natural setting leave only light, sound and space vying for attention. In order to reduce construction costs, the client acted as his own general contractor and spent his summer months and weekends finishing the