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Slater Associates Landscape Architects
window inspires matching window space on front patio with opaque glass
and break the space up into rooms to make your garden special.I'd love to see your small gardens! Please share your garden stories and photos in the Comments section below.More:Give Your Small Garden Some RoomVertical Gardens Raise the Limits for Landscapes
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a townhouse deck, a rooftop garden or a front porch. Grow vertically, consider large pots and break the space up into rooms to make your garden special.WE’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU…Please share your small garden solutions, tricks, tips and photos in the comments section below.
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
Can you share the bar stool manufacturer? Thanks
Would you mind sharing the pic with me as well?
range top hood is horizontal? Like the framing of the space. Would have larger tiles.
cool vent hood; plenty of space on each side of stovetop; would prefer that stovetop didn't face a wall
Here the wood and metal almost reads as color in this mostly neutral kitchen. In neutral spaces, don't forget that wood can be a color too, whether it's the orange of cherry or the yellow of maple.
John Kraemer & Sons
Hello. These plans are stored away, so I'm not sure of the dimensions. Yes, there is more than enough space for a small sofa upstairs. No, the 2nd floor of this library is only accessed from the staircase on the main floor of the library. Very private.
like the 2 separate desk shared office
rich look and having a chandelier in an office looks amazing in this space. anything else would look weird in my opinion.
I love this space with the open 2nd floor above! awesome
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
could you please share the dimension of this room
could you please share the dimension of this room..Thank You!!
unique layout for an office space or study.
Guest poofs. Save space
Top open spaces...The space...Use of space
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
Like the use of space with closet
Good use of space with the door and closet
wise use of space/odd closet
Bathroom in bonus space
Beautiful! Please share details on countertop-basins..?
towel space...shared bathroom
raised stove with wood storage space beneath?
What was once an internal garage and extra room is now the adult lounge and theater room. The clients wanted a visual cue to separate private spaces and the shared great room. Harrington worked with a darker color palette in all the private rooms and kept the family areas light, bright and playful. Wall
What was once an internal garage and extra room is now the grown-up’s lounge and TV room. The clients wanted a visual cue to separate private spaces and the shared great room. Harrington worked with a darker color palette in all the private rooms and kept the family areas light, bright and playful. Wall
Robeson Design Home Office Partners Desk
Love this idea for a small space.
space for two computers and desk in the middle
I like the integration of two work spaces.
Shared office and wood finish
office space and unit
Shared Office...Office space
Carney Logan Burke Architects
Fish Creek Compound Guest House
accom. 980 sq ft floor plan, central living / kitchen / dining space, flanked each side with bedroom / bathroom suites.
Carney designed a simple, rectangular, 980-square-foot floor plan, with a central living, kitchen and dining space, flanked on each side by bedroom and bathroom suites. He chose
A simple, rectangular, 980-square-foot floor plan, with a central living, kitchen and dining space, flanked on each side by bedroom and bathroom suites.
being on a boat. You learn what’s essential. It’s made me a better architect.” See more of this homeDo you live in less than 1,000 square feet? Please share a photo of your house in the Comments section.