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Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
Ideabooks2,654
Questions3
emphasis on lifestyle and a desire to connect with the outdoors into residential housing. Thus, Mid-century homes had large windows and sliding doors, open-plan living and interconnected living spaces, along with sheltered courtyards and spacious gardens. WHY WE LOVE IT: Form followed function in Mid-century
“Railing” — hester8
Ebstone
2 Reviews
Steve Dempsey
Ideabooks1,628
Questions4
white walls and pale flooring is a great idea if you’re not ready for an all-black kitchen. It also makes it easy to zone different areas in an open-plan room. Here, the black units mark out the cooking area, while the white island shows where the living space starts.
Open plan
“Layout” — dsrebrovic
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
Ideabooks5,224
Questions3
This is gardening on a larger scale that takes planning and maintenance, certainly, but proper plant selection can make for a joyful and more sustainable lawn substitute. Walkways or paths of stepping stones
This is gardening on a larger scale that takes planning and maintenance, certainly, but proper plant selection can make for a joyful and more sustainable lawn substitute. Walkways or paths of stepping stones
“great plants long walkway” — brigidl
Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
Ideabooks9,555
Questions3
This once-unused back yard has been turned into a woodland escape. Don't let the naturalized appearance fool you, this yard took a great deal of planning to pull together. Water features can be small scale and bird feeders will draw in birds you'll be amazed by. The harmonious appearance of this backyard
“wooden bridge” — asilcela
Tara Seawright
Living Room
Ideabooks13,126
Questions19
Open things up. If your cottage is a warren of tiny rooms, consider taking down walls and creating a more open floor plan. Also, if you have a low ceiling in a one-floor cottage, see if you can rip it out and go up to the rafters.
Open things up. If your cottage is a warren of tiny rooms, consider taking down walls and creating a more open floor plan. Also, if you have a low ceiling in a one-floor cottage, see if you can rip it out and go up to the rafters.
“Window treatments” — jmjames36
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Vermont Cabin exterior
Ideabooks2,121
Questions2
I like this timber awning or the window surround for the window shade on the plans
As mentioned, the outdoor space created by the L-shaped plan was important. Two means of shading from the western sun can be seen in the view: An exterior sunshade projects from one volume, while the other features a deep-set cutout that provides access to and from the interior.
“nice wood around windows” — ag3nt0rang3
Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
3 Reviews
Wrights Road
Ideabooks1,215
Questions1
Much of the house is dictated by its location on a steep slope. Cunniffe developed a linear plan that runs from west to east to take advantage of the sunlight and views on the south, and to open the house to views on the north.Here we are looking toward the entrance on the west side. A terrace serving
“Modern” — autumn
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
Ideabooks12,673
Questions18
the opportunities a ceiling can offer. Installing a recessed ceiling over one or both halves of a room can help define seating areas within an open plan.
Split plan
“Italian style color scheme” — katiecutie234
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