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David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Artists Studio
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own space, door shape, garden outside, small, focused on art, sink, palate on chair, pottery with paintbrushes on shelf, light
Lots of lights, use of small space
ponder what you want more time & space for in your life....if you are wanting a place to draw, paint, woodburn
your space, so make sure it serves your purpose.If art is on your passion list, you may not need to look any farther than your kitchen for a perfect spot to create. Kitchens usually come equipped with all the studio basics: easy-to-clean surfaces, a sink at the ready and plenty of storage space. Try
The first step is to take a moment to ponder what you want more time and space for in your life. Pour yourself a fresh cup of coffee or tea and let yourself daydream about this. Do you want to sit in peace and quiet and finally
“add sink!” — karen_taylor2942
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
4 Reviews
Joshua Nimmo
Ideabooks3,966
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practical for that inbetween space being for training
This is from a concept of "in between spaces". nice....
sky and the southern vista, the space is lined with stone walls on both the studio and guest cabana sides. Steps on the north and the south ends lead from the sloping landscape to the plinth upon which the buildings sit, elevating the importance of this movement. The space is also well scaled for various
away from the main structure accomplishes great things with little effort. It establishes privacy for guests (and hosts). And it creates an inviting space focused around the fire pit — enclosed and sheltering — while preserving the connection to the landscape.
“no grass so no worry of it getting destroyed from one weekend to the next” — jchadwick1
E. Cobb Architects
1 Review
Open House
Ideabooks1,550
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Great open space and large viewing windows
desired an exterior deck on the upper level adjacent to the kitchen and great room, but space constraints and setbacks allowed only for a very narrow deck extension. The architect opted to absorb what little space could be apportioned for an exterior deck to the interior, and in its place substituted
additional year-round, finished living space is provided.
A kinetic facade was used on this project as a solution to a design problem. The owners desired an exterior deck on the upper level adjacent to the kitchen and great room, but space constraints and setbacks allowed
When the window is closed, this connection is maintained but an additional year-round, finished living space is provided.
“table” — kddonnelly
RTA Studio
13 Reviews
Farmhouse Attic Master Suite
Ideabooks8,032
Questions4
Great space to curl up and read!
Cozy reading idea for a small space
Very nice use of attic space and spare guestroom,
6. In the attic. Make like Jo in Little Women and sneak off to the attic to eat apples and read in peace. If you have the space, a daybed will allow you to read and then (yawn) slump down and have a little nap. If not, a thick cushion or mattress on the floor, supplemented with plenty of cushions, will
“bookshelves” — ajsurf
Shane D. Inman
6 Reviews
Contemporary Home
Ideabooks18,130
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Resource library is equipped with two additional fully functioning work spaces complete with computers and filing cabinets for support staff. Custom made cork boards and hanging rails provide additional organization
How much of space needs to be allocated for the 2 workspaces ?
Would we have space to make six study cubbies for the kids?
in built work spaces for jack and ben
If your desk faces a wall, think about using the space in front of you by going vertical. This workspace uses a wire to clip ideas, magazine tears and possible work inspiration. There's even a corkboard wall to the left so you can tack up anything that you reference daily or weekly.
“Office” — Lynn Chance
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
Living - dining space.
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main floor, the kitchen, living room and dining room are located in one open space.
Multipurpose space, best of all worlds
single height private spaces looking through double height public space
Love the use of colors, light, and space planning
On the main floor, the kitchen, living room and dining room are located in one open space. The large windows slide open to embrace a water view. “The original remodel was going
On the main floor, the kitchen, living room and dining room are located in one open space. The large windows slide open to embrace a water view. “The original remodel was going to be very traditional,” says Nelson. “But since we had the opportunity to start over, we did both traditional and modern plans
“Beach style, open and airy” — Tracey Bissict
Luci.D Interiors
Mugga Way Residence
Ideabooks357
Questions1
use of space- desk in middle of the room
is a light and bright space that opens out onto the garden.
This eclectic, comfortable space is a good example of how your home office can be designed to reflect your personality. Filling the space with things you love is sure to make it inviting. Notice how a separate space has been created for the
The study is a light and bright space that opens out on to the garden.
“layout” — krizzle
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks3,151
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This teal settee with traditional tooled legs could be in a Victorian sitting room or here, in a bright white, eclectic space
all the white in the space.
Add color and pattern to your space with an upholstered piece topped with a patchwork quilt and pillows.
Daring ColorsThis teal settee with traditional tooled legs could be in a Victorian sitting room or here, in a bright white, eclectic space. It could even go ethnic
Jeanette has a wonderful way of combining antique pieces with her modern, white-filled space. To get a similar look, she recommends going easy on the contrasting wood tones and freely applying paint where needed to create a cohesive palette.
Jeanette has a wonderful way of combining antique pieces with her modern, white-filled space. To get a similar look, she recommends going easy on the contrasting wood tones and freely applying paint where needed to create a cohesive palette
“Chair for living room” — jcrolheiser
Worthless Space into Usable Space
This particular area of my home makes me crazy. It's located off the dining, and main entrance of the home. By the way, it's not a room. It's an open space...
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