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Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Modern rear yard
the usage of the garden space clearly defined, so it is difficult to understand just what a revolution John Brookes started in Britain with the publication of his first book.Brookes took some of his new ideas from the new architecture and gardens in the United States and Scandinavia, which may have been
“grass? texas?” — Katy Koonce
Stephanie Wiley Photography
6 Reviews
Colorful Cottage
Find Your Color StyleWe can learn volumes about color through observation and experience. When you visit a public garden, shop at local nurseries or take a tour here on Houzz, notice which colors please your eyes.It is clear that Tiffany blue makes the owner of this cottage very happy. That's the power
“LOVE the neutrals mixed with fun teal turquoise. Clean and pretty!” — Pamela Shuler
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
29 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
eye to a uniform massing of daylilies here. The rustic wood fence not only serves as a backdrop for these perennials, but divides the property into public and semiprivate spaces. The inner plants are arranged en masse, blocking the view of the curb from the house without being unneighborly.
“Ginger?” — mandyjanelej
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
2011 HHL Kitchen
EW: How did you make a traditional white kitchen look so modern? CE: White kitchens have always been in high demand. We gave the public what they love and introduced them to a variation of an old favorite. The kitchen island is made of wenge wood framed in stainless steel. We also included a pair of
“Black counter tops” — cbullock76
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Serene Bedroom
For that reason, there is a clear demarcation between public and private spaces in the home — with the bedrooms residing in the upper stories of the house while the open living areas remain on the entry level for hosting intimate cultural events and fundraisers.
“The sitting area” — ehlers06
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Textiles Charm an Open Brooklyn Loft
bookcase. Botha's love for entertaining inspired him to keep the loft open and define the rooms with walk-throughs. “I blurred the lines between the public and private areas," he says. "The bedroom is usually an area people like to keep private, but I left it quite open to the dining space, with reclaimed
“Door frame brick feature” — Christy O'Sullivan
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Arroyo Grande Modern Farmhouse
Although based on a classic concept, the home has a clear modern bent. The main public space is composed of an open-plan living room, dining room and kitchen. “The vintage California linen flag is from the 1940s or ’50s,” says homeowner Ward. “The framed postcards on the mantel are from a memorable trip
“Fireplace/Shelves set up.” — chappy0609
Studio Ectypos
4 Reviews
The Thicket
"My clients use the woodstove all the time," Pirzio-Biroli says. "This is a good example of where the more public areas meet a more private space, a comfortable reading area." The line between the two is demarcated by where the hardwood meets the tight, commercial-grade Berber carpet. Also, this calm
“Windowsill” — ppaskali
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