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46,745 wood cabinet design Modern Home Design Photos
Billinkoff Architecture PLLC
Paradise Lane, New Milford, CT
pulls on the cabinets are clean and simple. Stove is off the floor and put at a more convenient eye level height. Great track lighting creates custom angles for owner's preference. Very long, thin space makes are feel taller.
galley - white, wood, colour spalsh
white/wood open kitchen, window like ours?
ALM Design Studio
Shoe cabinet aka chairs as divider
wood feel so warm...Stair design...Wood burning stove...wood bench...wood burning stove...wood floor...wood stairs...wood table...Wood Stove...ALM Design Studio
example of painted door jam with wood door
wood ceiling, red colors
Copyrights: WA design
Wood ceiling...wood beams...wood cabinets...wood ceiling...wood headboard...WA design...light wood door
fixtures by WETSTYLE (tub, vanity, sink and mirrored cabinet). The BE Collection tub and sink were produced using WETSTYLE special bio-based composite material. The owner, Sabine Karsenti, with the collaboration of the Ecologia foundation and her designer Gervais Fortin, had the objective to reduce to a
local and little polluting materials. The team demonstrated that it’s possible to build an ecological house without sacrificing the contemporary design. All the materials were hand-picked from the most ecoresponsible supplier’s of Quebec. Photos: Alexandre Parent / Studio Point DeVue
The Parquet: Can I ask about the brand & type of wood of the parquet?
the cieling and the wood colour on the flooring
Modern Dining Room
Orla, thanks for your message. The windows were already present when we came to work on the property. They were infact a key consideration when designing the reception area to try and embrace the amount of natural light coming in and promote them to a focal point for the room. If you have any other
honey wood floors, white cabinets, gray counter tops, stainless appliances, blue tile backsplash
Scan-modern white kitchen with light wood floor and wood table
FSC Certified Designed for indoor/outdoor connection
Was the concrete edge poured with a lip for the wood to sit /attach to
Yes, the concrete edge was designed to receive the decking edge cleanly. Regarding the architectural details, every home we design is custom and we share the finished result publicly in photos, but not actual design details.
“the concrete edge was designed to receive the decking edge cleanly. Regarding the architectural details, every home we design is custom and we share the finished result publicly in photos, but not actual design details.” “Concrete edge and Ipe Wood deck” “run deck right out to concrete
Deck, pave with wood slat tile
Love the design and zero energy concept
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
Linden Hills Contemporary
What species of wood is the floor?
Great design what is the thickness of the wood steps?
What is the thickness of the wood steps and where to find it? Tks
I'm sure Andrea could fill you in on her railing design. It is similar to the DesignRail® product with a wood Cap Rail option. We see a lot of steel fabricators creating these type of railings as well (and using the CableRail infill).
of the stairway? Any ideas for coordinating that with this stair railing would be greatly appreciated! NOTE: We noted Swan Architecture from Mpls. designed this home. Ironically, we moved from Mpls. just five months ago and always enjoyed discovering modern products such as this during each Parade of
rail, wall in back, simple tread design
Urban Concepts Modern Fireplace Design
Modern Linear Fireplace
Fireplaces and Firebox by Urban Concepts Interior Design by Pepe Calderin Design Photography By Barry Grossman
Please: The black framed wall hangings.....is 1 a TV? What is the other? Do they have the ability to slide? Other than design....why does the top portion extend beyond the length of the "cabinets" on the wall. Very curious. Thanks
stone, and insert the burner of your choice. You can view your options for linear burners and fireplaces at www.myurbanconcepts.com and see loads of design ideas at www.ecosmartfire.com.