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Mill Valley Classic Cottage
enjoy views of the best parts of the yard.
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
MWDA Before & After
backsplash? Plan on painting my kitchen a very similar color and love this backsplash!
depending on view.
Giulietti Schouten Architects
Crane Building Penthouse
established views of the city, bridges and west hills but its historic status restricted any changes to the exterior. Working within the constraints of the existing building shell, GS Architects aimed to create an “urban refuge”, that provided a personal retreat for the husband and wife owners with the option
We are planning to build a sliding door in our kitchen. Do we need to have channels on the floor as well for the door to slide on? Also, please advise if this can be incorporated if we don't have a wall there..
La Jolla Residence
floor plan...Open view
Laidlaw Schultz architects
fireplace for view plus heat
Des Moines MCM Remodel
up to a view of the Puget Sound and Olympic Peninsula beyond. Inside, approximately 3,400 square feet of interiors are updated with new doors & windows, appliances, plumbing fixtures, electrical fixtures, cabinetry and surfaces throughout. A new kitchen design improves function and allows for better ergonomics
floor plan. Key components such as the rough-stone fireplace are kept intact to retain the original character of the home. Additional design considerations were implemented for sound transmission control measures due to the proximity to SeaTac airport’s flight path.
Eclectic Diamond Heights Home — Multi-room Angle
to the view on the other side of the house. A stunning counter-to-ceiling backsplash and rich navy cabinetry honor the client's eclectic taste. Tour the kitchen: Navy and Orange Offer Eclectic Chic in California
Kitchen Remodeling in Carmel
remodel and planning to open up the wall between the kitchen and dining spaces just like this. I have the same issue where the range will be below the pass through. I'm being told I must have a range hood for proper ventilation (and that down draft venting won't be effective). But, I'm concerned about a hood
blocking the view in the pass through. What type of ventilation do you have for your range, and do you find it works, or does your kitchen get smoky?