Houzz is the new way to design your home.
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for example — but being able to close doors and block sound is important for preserving creative energy. Closed doors also signal that work's in progress and only important interruptions are acceptable.
Bouldin Creek Residence
The house progresses down a sloped lot, with increased heft as it goes. It’s squeezed around the oak tree in the middle, and a deck wraps the tree, making it the centerpiece of the design.A side yard provides space for play, and a pathway of loose rocks works as a swale to guide rainwater to the creek
Laidlaw Schultz architects
the entire open living space. Originally, Schultz had intended to use traditional Japanese Shoji screens to conceal the books, but as the project progressed it was decided that the shelves should remain open.
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Berkshire House exterior
through vital reshuffling processes. It will loosen and break from the water and ice, but many of the benefits will be lost if you step on the work in progress and compact the soil.
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My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
Realtors Doug and Rochelle Kramer had started the landscaping outside, and it is still a work in progress. Josh's garden design aesthetic is drought-tolerant, low-maintenance plants with ample spacing. The couple recently created a raised planter box next to some foxtail ferns to grow their own veggies
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as evidenced in this Rancho Mirage, California, home built in 1960. The open and free-flowing spaces of these houses symbolized the ambitious and progressive values synonymous with cultural shifts and the prosperity of the times.A fascinating side note to midcentury modern architecture is that Palm Springs
John Maniscalco Architecture
Cole Valley Hillside
ensure that it nearly disappears.Are you working on a patio project? Please tell us how you're handling the threshold and share a photo of your work in progress!More: Find the Right Glass Door for Your Patio
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
bathrooms perpetually clean. Next up are the mudroom and the north end of my long harvest table.6. Celebrate what is. It's important to recognize the progress you've made. Pay attention and notice when you're beginning to do things without thinking, when it's no big deal. Simply acknowledging change and