1,971 miss trip Traditional Home Design Photos

Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Ideabooks3,738
Questions5
Treetop lounging in New York. Treetop views from this deck off Iris and Jay Dankner’s master bedroom recall the trips to Belize that inspired its design. The neutral tropical aesthetic of the Southampton abode is enhanced by large-leaved potted tropicals and lounge-worthy
inspired by a trip to Belize. Outdoor furniture: Janus et Cie, Dedon, Crate & Barrel, Frontgate
The deck’s tropical style was inspired by a trip to Belize. Outdoor furniture: Janus et Cie, Dedon, Crate & Barrel, Frontgate
The decking area’s tropical style was inspired by a trip to Belize
Treetop lounging in New York. Treetop views from this deck off Iris and Jay Dankner’s master bedroom recall the trips to Belize that inspired its design. The neutral tropical aesthetic of the Southampton abode is enhanced by large-leaved potted tropicals and lounge-worthy
“Chairs” — drlocker
Ami Saunders, MLA
5 Reviews
Mossy Stepping Stone Path
Ideabooks6,985
Questions1
through the garden. What better place to introduce subtle plays of foliage and texture? This shift in scale, from broad brush to intimate detail, makes a trip through the garden a richer experience.
through the garden. What better place to introduce subtle plays of foliage and texture? This shift in scale, from broad brush to intimate detail, makes a trip through the garden a richer experience.
“Ground cover. See lower R for type” — 031079jc
Heydt Designs
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Ideabooks130K
Questions67
late reply. Completely missed this one.
Sorry, I completely missed these questions. There are no names. They were custom made. For the column bases, I used Turncraft PolyCraftsman products. Everything else is totally custom.
Sorry, missed this question. It's about
Sorry. Totally missed this question. They are cedar shingles.
Just shadowing. Sorry, missed these comments until just now...
“House” — Lisa Katter
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Chester County Farmhouse
Ideabooks5,401
Questions3
don’t use the front walk much, and enter through a side or back door from the driveway. Take a test walk and make sure there is nothing slippery or trip inducing. Clip shrubs and flowers so they won’t snag clothes and pull any pesky weeds from between stepping stones or in cracks.
Is your front path clear and inviting? A clear view and access to the front door are key; you don't want visitors being snagged by thorns or tripping. Create a walkway from the sidewalk to the front door that will keep your postal carrier happy.
don’t use the front walk much, and enter through a side or back door from the driveway. Take a test walk and make sure there is nothing slippery or trip inducing. Clip shrubs and flowers so they won’t snag clothes and pull any pesky weeds from between stepping stones or in cracks. Check out more front-yard
“front walk” — nanafreeman
Fontana Painting, LLC
3 Reviews
Vancouver Whale Watching
Ideabooks1,216
Questions2
Painted a killer whale after a little girl took a trip to go whale watching in Vancouver.
this reminds me a lot of miss alena :)
“Sophia whales” — audreyloughran
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Entrance to Movie Theater
Ideabooks17,404
Questions12
The ticket booth was totally custom made. The homeowner's got the man on a trip to California.
picture gave me an idea (cause the TV over at the bar) have the AV system also hooked up to a very small LCD tv in the near by bathroom so you don't miss anything or have to pause the movie and lose the excitement :D
“like the set up and the idea of having a card table” — Janine Pieper
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Bedroom Detail
Ideabooks9,641
Questions5
maybe in Mexico or Spain. It was wrapped in clothes and lugged home in a suitcase, and now it graces this master bedroom, reminding its owners of that trip every night: the smells, the food, the shopping, the time away together. Like a frog turning into a princess, this is the magic that a personalized
“gold accents” — kenzukiful
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Ideabooks554
Questions3
Niki’s bedroom is marked by a vibrant red-orange hue, inspired by a family trip to Guatemala. The wooden giraffe is a memento from the journey.
Daughter Niki’s bedroom is marked by a vibrant red-orange hue, inspired by a family trip to Guatemala. The wooden giraffe is a memento from the journey.
“Colours” — madge6661
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