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Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Ideabooks19,249
Questions8
RE: nice for viewing the lake when it fills back up!
uses until the panels reach the sides, where multiple tracks will start. For the most part, the track is inconspicuous, while the panels neatly fold up and disappear into an adjacent wall. It's a truly wondrous way to have the largest opening possible.
uses until the panels reach the sides, where multiple tracks will start. For the most part, the track is inconspicuous, while the panels neatly fold up and disappear into an adjacent wall. It's a truly wondrous way to have the largest opening possible. Cost. Expect to pay a few thousands to several
This house, on the other hand, opens up to an expansive horizontal view of Mandeville Canyon east of San Francisco. Still, the view is broken up by columns that alternate with trees in the foreground. The sheltering aspect of the view is very
“Door” — Davison Building & Development LLC
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Pool & Pool House
Ideabooks4,416
Questions2
geometry. In so doing, we used precise placement, careful choice of building & site materials, and minimalist planting. Existing trees were edited to open up selected views to the south. Rows of ornamental grasses provide architectural delineation of outdoor space. Understated stone steps in the lawn loosely
pool. This species can grow up to 6 feet tall.
Groupings of tall ornamental grasses can be a softer way shield your space. Look for grasses that retain their vertical shape, such as the Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass planted around this pool. This species can grow up to 6 feet tall. When planting
Screening pool. Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass planted around this pool. This species can grow up to 6 feet tall.
“pinocha” — Marcelo
Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
Lake Michigan House
Ideabooks9,353
Questions7
How much does the pop up tv stand in this picture cost? Where can it be purchased?
cabinet so the tv comes up.
TV cabinet! Waking up to natural light!
What about pop up TV in bedroom?
Bedframe: Cuba Bed from Koch-SmithMore: Where to Put the TV When the Wall Won't Work How to Blur the Lines Between Inside and OutTV in the Bedroom: Thumbs Up or Down?
“We like the stone.” — Kathy Segars
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Beatbox
Ideabooks4,795
Questions6
this is the color of wood I like ! --insert 'thumbs up' here. i like!
Sliding Glass Doors The sliding glass door has got to be the most ubiquitous patio door. Made up of two framed glass panels that slide past each other, this
standard slider. Least expensive. up to 8-10 feet wide
Covering up the screws on Hardie board. Curious if this solution works long term though...
Sliding Glass DoorsThe sliding glass door has got to be the most ubiquitous patio door. Made up of two framed glass panels that slide past each other, this door can be seen on contemporary, traditional and every style in between. Having said that, it really fits a contemporary aesthetic as the sliding
“Door” — cbroth1
Triton Austin
Parade of Homes- Bath
Ideabooks1,952
Questions4
what are the dimensions of the make up table?
LOVE LOVE LOVE this little make-up area (would have a drawer in the shelf??)
Make-up station is the perfect place for a ghost chair
Need a vanity area to sit and make up. Adjoining Bathroom and closet area..
Vanity make up...Make up...Make up station...make up area
“Makeup Vanity” — viv703
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Ideabooks4,616
Questions4
up- and down-lighting...simple sconces disappear when painted to match the wall
up- and down-lights... sconces disappear when painted to match the wall
Up and down lighting for guest bathroom
up and down lighting
up & down lights...Lights down and up
“Lights down and up” — ruthannrosh1
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Harris Living Room
Ideabooks3,467
Questions9
molding to hide the wires. They should still be run in wiremold to protect them, but you won't have that unsightly channel running around the room. Attach the mount to blocking. If you plan on mounting the TV to the wall, you will need to open up at least that
as round grills that look remarkably like can lighting. This is a more expensive option, but it's one that eliminates the visible components and frees up floor space.
as round grills that look remarkably like can lighting. This is a more expensive option, but it's one that eliminates the visible components and frees up floor space.
how many speaker wires to run and whether any parts of the system, such as a subwoofer, will need a dedicated outlet. If you are not planning to open up walls, consider mounting the speakers high on the wall and installing crown molding to hide the wires. They should still be run in wiremold to protect
“setting” — Ibrahim Olaniyi
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Carolina St
Ideabooks47,277
Questions18
front edge of the tub. A 30"wide tub is all the little niche will handle but would love to run the tile up the front of the tub, just as this appear to be doing. do you know if a thin frames built up against the tub so that the tile can adhere to it? I can't find any site that explains this kind of procedure
see more pictures. Live in NYC. Gutting bathroom and like this look. Picked the same 12x24 for walls and penny tiles for floor but need to break it up. No tub only glass shower . But not totally sure. Thanks!!
larger tile don't like them stacked up
break up an expanse of tile with an accent wall
light version on the side walls coordinates with it all and breaks up the khaki.
14. Large subway-style tiles were everywhere in showers this year. This architect combined a large taupe tile with smaller stone tiles to break up the space a bit. Houzzers loved the large shower head and simple tub
“love for guest bath” — katchap2010
Exterior - 1970's house in need up sprucing up
Built in 1977 and still has original siding, windows, garage door. I'm looking to re-fresh the front. I have to update these items in the next couple...
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