14,937 sense of arrival Home Design Photos

Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Andrews
Ideabooks823
Questions1
sense of arrival
“Nice connective touch” — Lisa Kaufman
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2 Reviews
David Ludwig Studios
Ideabooks2,545
Questions2
Sense of arriving
“curved roof” — lizjacobson
RYAN ASSOCIATES GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2 Reviews
Ryan Associates - Remodels / Additions - Historic Peninsula Residence
Ideabooks2,445
Questions5
Fun to look at lavish sense of arrival
“Moravian Stars” — Tobbi Oakenfull
Phinney Design Group
Saranac Lake house
Ideabooks409
Questions0
lining the length of the house. This entry acts as a portal through the stone wall to the open structure beyond, creating a welcoming and dramatic sense of arrival.
“Black trim with red siding” — shoes2000
HBF plus Design
1 Review
Western Run-hall to master suite
Ideabooks3,145
Questions2
Rather than there being the sense of a long, seemingly endless hall, well-designed ceiling trim provides a sense of scale that breaks down the journey into steps.
Ceiling trim in a long hallway is really worthwhile. Rather than there being the sense of a long, seemingly endless hall
there being the sense of a long, seemingly endless hall, well-designed ceiling trim provides a sense of scale that breaks down the journey into steps.
HBF plus Design Save to Ideabook Email Photo Ceiling trim in a long hallway is really worthwhile. Rather than there being the sense of a long, seemingly
the sense of a long, seemingly endless hall, well-designed ceiling trim provides a sense of scale that breaks down the journey into steps
“guest suites” — tjda
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks4,826
Questions1
soffits can be tightly focused on the ground, and that’s usually enough to deaden the black-hole effect. Doing this will also expand your perception and sense of space outward. You’ll be glad you did.
soffits can be tightly focused on the ground, and that’s usually enough to deaden the black-hole effect. Doing this will also expand your perception and sense of space outward. You’ll be glad you did.
“lights” — Ruth Donaghy
Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
Ideabooks1,390
Questions4
Hide the frame. Appearing as if it’s open directly to the sky above, this bathroom skylight infuses the small space with a sense of wonder. Because the skylight is oversize and the walls are continued up into the opening to conceal the frame, the entire ceiling appears to be glazed
Hide the frame. Appearing as if it’s open directly to the sky above, this bathroom skylight infuses the small space with a sense of wonder. Because the skylight is oversize and the walls are continued up into the opening to conceal the frame, the entire ceiling appears to be glazed
“nice sink” — michelebain
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West Apartment
Ideabooks3,564
Questions8
create a sense of light and space; therefore they are more preferable for small rooms.
Sofas and armchairs that are raised on legs create a sense of light and space; therefore they are more preferable for small rooms.
Sofas and armchairs that are raised on legs create a sense of
legs create a sense of light and space; therefore they are more preferable for small rooms.
Sofas and armchairs that are raised on legs create a sense of light and space;
Sofas on raised legs give a sense of light/space!
Sofas and armchairs that are raised on legs create a sense of light and space; therefore they are more preferable for
4. Sofas and armchairs that are raised on legs create a sense of light and space; therefore they are more preferable for small rooms.
“i like the furniture the colour and design” — evie1954
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