1,042 washington Transitional Home Design Photos

Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Modern Kitchen
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4215 49TH St NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, DC 20016 4123 45TH St NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, DC 20016 3716 INGOMAR St NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, DC 20015
“beautiful layout” — annasyard
Susan Diana Harris Interior Design
2 Reviews
Noe Valley Nautical
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color story line and rhythm of this house — there’s always something around the corner to immerse yourself in. It reminds her of Mount Vernon, George Washington’s home, where color is responsible for “the steady, welcoming nature of each next bold room,” she says.Steel Polyhedron Pendant: Restoration Hardware;
“THE OTHER SIDE” — suzannewei
roomTEN design
5 Reviews
Lake Michigan Retreat - Lake Room
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screened porch - with NanaWalls that fold away, the room can be open all summer and snug and cozy throughout the winter. The table is handmade from Washington state, and the chairs were custom made, using a vintage Danish chair for inspiration but adding heft. The shaped ceiling, backlit screen and glazed
screened porch - with NanaWalls that fold away, the room can be open all summer and snug and cozy throughout the winter. The table is handmade from Washington state, and the chairs were custom made, using a vintage Danish chair for inspiration but adding heft. The shaped ceiling, backlit screen and glazed
“ceiling recessed ligting” — usmc3531
William Quarles Photography
Sami Rudisill
Ideabooks5,853
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materials and labor varies by location. An average composite deck that’s between 300 and 500 square feet costs around $20,000 to $30,000 in the Washington, D.C. area, Jellema says. A smaller basic size, like one for a townhouse that’s 12 feet by 18 feet, might be $10,000 to $15,000 in the same area
materials and labor varies by location. An average composite deck that’s between 300 and 500 square feet costs around $20,000 to $30,000 in the Washington, D.C. area, Jellema says. A smaller basic size, like one for a townhouse that’s 12 feet by 18 feet, might be $10,000 to $15,000 in the same area
“Chairs” — schaoka2
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
sixties solarium
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This "Sixties Solarium" in Washington, DC was renovated to improve the thermal performance of a 1969-era addition to a 1929 house. Translucent panels comprise the second floor wall above glass doors, all capped by a projecting roof that offers some shade but also incorporates down lighting for the patio
4. À Washington, ce « Sixties Solarium » a été rénové pour en améliorer les performances thermiques. Installée en 1969 sur une maison construite en 1929, cette extension est maintenant composée d’une baie vitrée au rez-de-chaussée et de fenêtres en verre dépoli au premier étage. Le tout
“Second floor dormer” — kelly451
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
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This "abstracted farmhouse" outside Washington, D.C., gains some of its abstraction from the stucco exterior and its pastel green color. The house manages to stand out from the landscape without the tactic of contrast.
“abstracted farmhouse” — frodriguez0710
Samantha Friedman Interior Designs
5 Reviews
DuPont Circle
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Photos by Jesse SnyderHouzz at a GlanceLocation: Near Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C.Who lives here: A single man in his 40sSize: About 3,821 square feet (355 square meters), 3 bedrooms, 3½ bathroomsIn the living room, two seating areas invite guests to linger. Both are anchored by a large, upholstered
“Color” — zarylamzari
Meritage Homes
Acadia Plan at The Meadows at Camino A Lago | Phoenix, AZ
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2. Change up the chairs. Judy Shincarick, director of the Occupational and Physical Therapy departments at The Lab School of Washington agrees that a change of scenery can boost productivity, but believes a change in chairs can help too. She recommends different chairs (or no chair at all) for different
“Second floor study area” — ppolick
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