64,249 wall cutout Modern Home Design Photos

Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Stelle Architects
Ideabooks6,458
Questions2
seaside landscape along the pool and up to the house. Solar control is achieved though the use of overhangs in the southern exposures. Extra thick walls allow for superior insulation, and a geothermal system is employed for cooling. Photos by Francesca Giovanelli, Kay Wettstein von Westersheimb
what type of grass is growing along the wall?
Grass centerline and soft look to landscaping along wall
Simplicity of wall love the grasses
Notice how the grass softens the transition from wall to driveway.
“Planting to put alongside bamboo on right drive” — sineadcorley
Amantea Architects
Rosedale 'PARK'
Ideabooks1,112
Questions1
glow for both the private garden as well as the public sidewalk. Thin striations of light wrap around the interior and exterior of the property. The wall of the garage separating the pool area and the parked car is an assembly of wood framed windows clad in the same fence material. When illuminated,
I like the drive wall complete garage
Fencing as side wall of carport
full width building with full width door/opening wall...
Low line skillian roof extended left side eve covers walkway to entry access to yard through garage, make rear wall a roller door for better access to yard if required
“carport” — ptemperilli
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
29th Windows
Ideabooks10,597
Questions6
windows might be good for spa back wall
Window walls with lower awning windows
architects and designers trying to achieve a wall of large glass sheets with a minimum frame and where fresh air venting is desired or required. A classically contemporary setup is the large fixed glass panel set above an awning window that is kept low in the wall. This setup allows for expansive, unobstructed
Contemporary architecture lends itself perfectly to window walls broken only by the casings needed to house the glass panes.
“Windows” — Amy
Ingrained Wood Studios
2 Reviews
Crane Island Cabin
Ideabooks1,149
Questions1
This Kitchen is it...bright, simple, some color, no upper cabs, lots of windows, wood walls...if had concrete floors perfect.
wood counters and wall
light coloured wood panelled walls
Board on wall...wall cabinets...wood walls
“good teal” — nicoleantich
Morgante Wilson Architects
7 Reviews
Colorful Elegance
Ideabooks1,273
Questions2
small space, tangerine walls, and ceiling, symmetry
With pale blue walls and navy beds
Wall color...wall colour...orange walls...Wall Color
“Idea: nook for computer workstation” — Rivka Perlman Goldglancz
Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Master Bath with His and Her's Concrete Counters
Ideabooks10,101
Questions15
Kitchen to get a bit of relief from all the wood finishes. Hand carved mirrors with an ebony finish add depth and a touch of glamor to the vanities. The wall lamps can be adjusted for specific tasks.
The walls are Venetian plaster and therefore, by the nature of the material, they are more than one color.
This is it! Wood porcelain Tiles; texture on some walls; side sconce lights for mirrors w/ additional recessed lights
“Salle bain maîtres, lavabos séparés, vue sur bain” — h2bernache
Lucy Call
My Houzz: David
Ideabooks2,458
Questions5
wall mounted facet looks good with sink.
Wood floors and matte white wall paint
Shower behind tub no walls no door
Perfect bathroom white walls cool vanity and separate tub with white tile shower
free standing bath and taps, wooden flooring (very nice!) and small tiles for wall in shower
of challenges. “Ours were numerous, from designing around beams in less-than-ideal locations, to existing structural imperfections, and from crooked walls to uneven stair treads,” says the homeowner. He didn’t let any of that stop him from realizing his vision. “If you have an eye for detail, the little
“Superbe!” — nimba
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
Monroe Street House
Ideabooks4,058
Questions5
leaving the wall to be next to the Jacuzzi.
Small home with a punch, hot tub, roof/soffit, angled wall
colored wall - wood to repaint
I like the shape of this one for your corner of the yard. Entry from the alley woud be easier and the extra walls would give you some variation for storage and visual appeal. Maybe extent the roof line for some more outdoor roofline coverage.
“use of tile and concrete. too high.” — dvolpes
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