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Terrat Elms Interior Design
W Hotel Residence
Fixed glass window. Pros, very open, lots of natural light, lots of solar energy, great views. Cons, people can look in very easily, very expensive to install, had to cover. I would use this window in a hallway or entrance.
Fixed glass windows Pros - lots of natural light Cons
McIntosh Poris Associates
Coffered - Pros: Can make the room look big depending on the kind you use. Cons: What type of room or building would you find this type of ceiling in:
Coffered ceiling - Pros: it makes the room more formal, makes the space feel more open - Cons: more expensive, it makes the room feel darker - living room or bedroom
The Cliffs Vineyards
Arched window Pros - a more unique design
Arched Pros lots of light cons-
Richard Wintersole Architect
A Master Suite and Artists Studios addition.
Slanted Window: Pros - unique look; bring in lots of sunlight Cons - windows that have the top slanted outward would be hard to clean; hard to install; usually don't open so no ventilation These windows can be found on slanted roofs
Slanted windows Pros - it has a unique look
Susan Diana Harris Interior Design
Area rug - Pros: it makes the room feel warm, it's cheap and easy to install - Cons: it's not really durable - You would find area rugs in living rooms. - Area rugs are fairly popular because it's cheap and it adds detail to the room.
Area Rugs: Pros - They can add detail, softness
Chr DAUER Architects
Coved. Pros- calm feeling. Trap the light inside the room. Cons- probably expensive, the sound may echo. You would find this in a living room.
Coved ceiling - Pros: it gives the room a unique look and it makes you
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
Concrete - Pros: very durable, easy to maintain. Cons: professional installation. What type of room or building you would find this type of flooring in: Popularity
Concrete Flooring: pros- concrete is very durable and needs little maitnence, it is also long lasting and difficult to damage. cons- it is very hard and uncomfertable and