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kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks6,014
Questions9
from outside without loosing heat and circulates the air within the house to move warmer air down from the second floor. Other green materials in the home include reclaimed barn wood used for the floor and ceiling of the second floor, reclaimed wood stairs and bathroom vanity, and an on-demand hot water/boiler
exposed beams. simple design. salvaged wood, stove
to store wood in this home. Design tip: Most bookcases are only 12 inches deep, so have your wood cut to that length or shorter for a snug and tidy fit.
Considerations. Replacing your home's insulation with a more ecofriendly material is worthwhile only if it betters your home's energy performance
time. Washing your dishes in the bathtub might get old after a few weeks. And even with thorough site protection, expect dust to collect around your home. It’s worthwhile to ask your contractor to run an air handler to filter out the dust for the duration of the project.8. Sheetrock. It’s possible to
“Dining lights and ceiling fan” — Albert Chia
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
San Anselmo Living Room
Ideabooks48,994
Questions18
Just beautiful, classic and timeless. I love how simple this home feels with just the essentials and a few splurges. Delicious.
gallery wall for inspiration. Love it! I love that the frames do not all match, especially, so it looks more collected over time. Do you have any tips on how you brought it together so cohesively nevertheless? I see that most of them have mats.
Attached one has same type of arm design. ...
access to light, the white walls and wood design on the ceiling
Jute Interior Design Save to Ideabook Email Photo If you don't have one piece of art that's demonstrably bigger, weight the center with darker pieces and frames
especially if you are discussing how much the children's images should be displayed throughout the home. As with all aspects of design, there is no right or wrong way; there are only suggestions, style tips and advice. You take from it what works for you and discard the rest. I confess that I am firmly
“White walls, sofa” — cjsthirteen
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks9,363
Questions5
help to make your side of the bed feel like its own private corner of the house. Plus, you don't have to leave your cozy nest to switch them off. Tip: Hang wall-mounted reading lights close to the sides of the bed or above it (about 6 inches from the edge of the mattress or headboard). Place them at
tips:Wall-mounted lights flanking a bed should be placed 21 inches above the top of the mattress or 42 inches above the finished floor, provided you are
also help to make your side of the bed feel like its own private corner of the house. Plus, you don't have to leave your cozy nest to switch them off. Tip: Hang wall-mounted reading lights close to the sides of the bed or above it (about 6 inches from the edge of the mattress or headboard). Place them at
“me encanto la idea para buro” — lolyag
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
San Anselmo Dining Room
Ideabooks5,925
Questions12
WICKER BASKETS A wicker basket doesn’t have to be utilitarian to be a worthy addition to your home. Consider the collection of African baskets that graces this dining room wall. Want to try this at home? Wicker
throughout the home.Tip: Hanging woven baskets on a wall is a great way to showcase textures from Africa or the African diaspora. Affix the baskets with Command strips or attach wires and hang them from nails.
A wicker basket doesn’t have to be utilitarian to be a worthy addition to your home. Consider
Bring your travels homeCollecting items on one’s travels brings great joy – and choosing crafts that are handmade and indigenous to a country add a feeling of soul, authenticity, and natural warmth to a home. African baskets are organic in nature so they don’t need
“the heritage look on thr wall deco” — Makdelina Sulaiman
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks4,440
Questions7
What a great fireplace/wood stove. I love it; fantastic design to utilize the space for the greatest comfort of heat in a cold climate in winter.
hydronic system — one based on water. Here are some tips to help you get started and some info on why hydronic systems are generally preferred over electric for whole-house projects. Project: Adding hydronic radiant floor heating to your entire home or major living spaces. Why: You’ll save energy while
example, when an uninsulated slab on the ground allows the heat in your home to transfer to the ground.Convection. Heat rises, making your attic hotter than your basement.Radiation. Underfloor radiant heating, such as in the home seen hereIf enough heat flows toward the cool area, your interior can become
“Floor” — sandragoldenalbert
Al Jones Architect
Fraiche Home
Ideabooks2,781
Questions3
a more durable surface, consider flagstone or cobblestone. Edge the space with planting beds and add pots and climbers to soften the hardscape. Design tip: Using low stone walls to form planting beds not only elevates the plants and provides more growing space, but it's also a great way to add extra
chairs. They look great on their own painted white in front of green hedges, or in pairs as conversation pieces without the table. I like the way the designer has placed the tables and chairs in different parts of the patio to catch the sun or shade. Much better than having to sit at one big long table and
For a more durable surface, consider flagstone or cobblestone. Edge the space with planting beds and add pots and climbers to soften the hardscape. Design tip: Using low stone walls to form planting beds not only elevates the plants and provides more growing space, but it's also a great way to add extra
“Tile roof porch with stone column” — loveyourspace
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Ski House
Ideabooks7,136
Questions6
the lights were designed by our office, we used galvanized flower cans and off the shelf light kits.
Unfortunately, as the architects on this project, we do not have information about the interior design
all the fireplaces in this home are by Focus in France. ...
uilt-in look. This fireplace is freestanding but has the look of a built-in. Add to the beauty of your unit by setting it inside a niche of its own. Tip: Tile the back wall of the recess for extra flair.
Built-in look. This fireplace is freestanding but has the look of a built-in. Add to the beauty of your unit by setting it inside a niche of its own. Tip: Tile the back wall of the recess for extra flair.
“EARTH DESIGNS WARM FRESH” — Christopher Wentzel
Peace Design
Kitchen
Ideabooks48,574
Questions35
Can you tell me what stone it is and how thick? What is the grout? Any other useful tips? Thanks!
Can I plz get your measurements for my home I'm purchasing over winter
This is going to be where the kids and my son coming home from Malibu in the summer will be enjoying life and everything now a DISTANT MEMORY TO DOUBLE IF NOT TRIPLE
Do you think this would look okay in a cape cod style home
Thank you for your interest in our projects, however, these homes are designed and custom built for the families that hire us. We do not sell or duplicate the plans. Good luck with your project!
The masonry in this home is Harlowton stone. This can be found throughout the Rocky Mountain
The stone around the range (and throughout this home) is Harlowton Stone. It was set with masonry mortar that is a natural grey color and you really don't see from the face of the stone. Good luck with
“Double oven in the island” — rsmarek
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