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Julie Williams Design
2 Reviews
Kitchens by Julie Williams Design
Ideabooks14,147
Questions16
This picture doesn't show that this kitchen is a portion of an open plan room size 19'x24'.
In this open-space plan, everything is oriented toward the corner — in particular, the view from the bar. Placing the range and vent hood in this corner creates a focal point
“design of kitchen bar” — helentorley
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Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
23 Reviews
New Construction
Ideabooks43,059
Questions32
My room is long and fairly narrow (25.5' X 14.5') with the fireplace centered on a long wall. I've been planning to lay it lengthwise but am wondering if it should run the other direction (from long wall across to the other long wall), as I've seen quite a few
fireplace surround without overpowering it, so that the fireplace remains the primary focal point.Tip: Consider the activities that occur in the room, then plan your storage and display to accommodate those activities.
“ANOTHER” — Phyllis Bachmann
Modern Patio
Ideabooks1,298
Questions1
Saving large existing trees was crucial to the site planning.
Conçue pour offrir un espace extérieur consacré à la détente, une cour relie l’espace repas à la maison d’amis. La sauvegarde des arbres existants a été cruciale lors de l’élaboration des plans.
“floating bench with colorful pillows” — ninadc98
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Modern Annex Renovation
Ideabooks3,544
Questions7
The homeowners are planning to install a banister; they kept the staircase open during the remodel to make it easier to carry larger objects up and down the stairs.
The basement has become a great play area for the couple’s three small boys and helps keep much clutter off of the main floor. The homeowners are planning to install a banister; they kept the staircase open during the remodel to make it easier to carry stuff up and down the stairs. Flooring: Olympia
“stairs” — izzystella
Kenorah Construction & Design Ltd
12 Reviews
Meandering Serenity - Custom Home
Ideabooks3,442
Questions9
We are in the planning stages of creating a similar "great room" type of space, can you share the dimensions of the room? Thanks!
example, combines the living and dining room, eliminating the need for a hallway in between. The large, open space makes the house feel bigger. An open plan doesn't work for every house, and many people prefer a more formal separation between the main rooms in their homes. That's OK. After all, it's your
“Setup” — belcher41
Balfoort Architecture, Inc.
5 Reviews
Balfoort Architecture, Inc.
Ideabooks8,597
Questions11
during the evenings if the doors are open. After a hard freeze, they'll disappear until spring. The don't call it the Swamp for nothing, but we're planning to build in St Pete and I hope proximity to the Gulf will improve the insect issue. Thanks again. Nice work.
This pool in Florida is logically placed in the courtyard of a U-shape plan. This makes the pool the focus of the outdoor space, but also an impediment. The stepping stones deal with the latter.
“Pool with steps” — Elisa Umpierre
Amy Jesaitis
Gardens and Terrace
Ideabooks9,879
Questions3
Where can I find construction plans for this table and long bench?
If you plan to use a long dining table, allow for enough space to move around when you have a dinner party. Spaces around 12 by 14 feet tend to work well for a
“Table” — cjensen3512
VisuaLingual
VisuaLingual home/HQ
Ideabooks6,311
Questions4
It's vintage contract-grade with a metal frame. It's really sturdy so, even though the upholstery is kind of shot at this point, we plan to keep it and get it reupholstered.
Graphic designer Maya Drozdz is a Brooklyn transplant who has been embracing and documenting the architecture, urban planning and style of Cincinnati on her blog, VisuaLingual, since she arrived in town about six years ago. "Cincinnati has a reputation as a conservative,
“stairs” — Matt Lutz
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