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Bahamian Open House
"We were able to scrape up enough two-by-fours, siding and tarpaper for a 20x20 roof, but only enough materials for half that much foundation, floor and walls, so we held up the extra 10 feet of roof with galvanized pipes and made a sandy floor under it. We had neither a bathroom nor kitchen, for it was only a place to sleep.” Brenda Olde Photography © 2012 Houzz
Northern Virginia's Kitchen & Bath Specialist for 35 Years
For 35 years, the clients of Courthouse Kitchens & Baths have been getting style for their homes with our gorgeous kitchen & bathroom designs and entire home remodeling expertise.
Private courtyards allow rooms to be opened up for natural ventilation rather than rely on noisy air-conditioning in tropical climates.
Cuban Tiles Pair Well with Stone & Wood in This Bath
Cuban Tiles patterns on the wall work wonderfully with the texture of stone and warmth of wood in the tropical bath. Cuban tiles are also called cement tiles. Traditional Alcala pattern is featured here.
Ascher Smith Landscape Designs
Tropical, modern small spaces
Making the most of a very small garden! Created with the idea of having different 'rooms' to make the area appear larger than it was. The client was requesting a modern, yet tropical garden. The deck creates a feeling that it takes you to another place in the garden
Wardell Builders, Inc.
Craftsman/Rich Bokal Architect
This small sized kitchen gains tremendous volume with the vaulted ceiling complete with skylights. The skylights are covered with wood grids creating intriguing patterns of light and shadow. Decor & Style Magazine
Applegate Tran Interiors
Stone was used liberally throughout the home; we chose a honed travertine. “In the different areas of the house, an array of finishes for the stone, from brushed or tumbled to polished or honed,” most of the countertops throughout the house are granite, and the exterior beams are covered in rough-hewn Hawaiian coral stone. Outside In | Pocket doors allow the home’s sunken grea...More
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
Kukio Game Room