23,533 slope Home Design Photos

Dorman Architects
11 Reviews
The Weekend House
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head inside, here is a close-up of the stone steps that lead to the front door. The gradual rise is a really nice touch, responding to the natural slope and making an easy transition from the garage and forecourt to the interior. This run delivers people to the middle of the house, as we'll see in the
“sky!” — Anna Gordon
Dorman Architects
11 Reviews
The Weekend House
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Dorman's response to environmental factors is immediately apparent when one approaches the house. The forecourt was formed from a dip in the slope, into which the garage has been built; it's tucked under the living spaces, which are all positioned on one floor above. The house is a simple rectangular
“small house - garage underneath - ask parents about how they liked having the garage underneath” — dirofpr
Holly Marder
The home of Isabelle
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room, an Italian sofa bed folds out into either a double or two single beds.A hand-embroidered mural of the Singel canal in Amsterdam hangs from a sloped wall here.
“Nice tv table” — Mark Wencker-Borck
Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
3 Reviews
Wrights Road
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Much of the house is dictated by its location on a steep slope. Cunniffe developed a linear plan that runs from west to east to take advantage of the sunlight and views on the south, and to open the house to views on the north.Here we are looking toward the entrance on the west side. A terrace serving
“Covered porches” — kimd5309
Frederick Gibson + Associates Architecture
Exterior in Winter
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Something that's become a contemporary classic for Western architecture is the upward sloping roof. This brilliant trick not only allows sweeping views of nature from inside but also creates a beautiful, architectural silhouette outside: that of a man-made structure set against a natural landscape.
“Jutting roof.” — nesymons
Jeneration Interiors
5 Reviews
Living Room
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is rooted in Hollywood Regency and traditional design styles, her accent pieces look to the Far East. A settee in a whispery blush tone and a luxe slope chair coexist with a lacquer box and a canvas painting of Buddhist monks bought at a weekend market in Thailand.The horned coffee table base and reindeer
“tableau” — Marcelo Marcel
Homes by Avi
Richmond/Knob Hill Infill
Ideabooks2,554
Questions9
structure of the cushion but will keep your friends and family from visiting the chiropractor.Many dining chair backs have a rake, also known as a slope. As on the metal chairs shown here, this slant can be from 5 to 8 degrees from the top. It stops people from sliding off when they get too relaxed.The
“chairs” — joannecook2014
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Indicia Interior Design
10 Reviews
Kitchen
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The home is a walk-up, so the kitchen is located on the second floor and faces the backyard. The yard is set on a steep slope toward the house, so the kitchen has a clear view of the entire yard. The client redesigned the backyard at the same time and installed a beautiful water feature that faces the
“bisque wall paint” — brendafair
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