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Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Olympia Residence
Ideabooks1,125
Questions2
"Architecture is the art of putting materials together." One of the terms we architects use to describe this is "juncture." How materials intersect influences
"Architecture is the art of putting materials together." One of the terms we architects use to describe this is "juncture." How materials intersect influences
wood color, use of concrete blocks
“hanging hearth” — jwadeevans
Hendel Homes
24 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks7,983
Questions7
What was the paint color used? Stunning!
what type of floor is it and whats the stain used on it?
A glaze is used over the wall paint to make it look older. It is a brown/gray glaze used with horse brushes.
finish on the walls...A glaze is used over the wall paint to make it look older. It is a brown/gray glaze used with horse brushes.
Use molding on drywall and paint in glossy lacquer.
finish to emulate wood. Chandelier, Nierman Weeks and the white glazed wall using horse brushes
patterns, while "marquetry" refers to curved shapes. "Parquet" is the term used for flooring. These days any kind of woodblock floor pattern can be called
Definitions. Purists use the word "parquetry" to refer to timber flooring or furniture with angular
What technique is used in the walls?
“ceiling and walls” — biggideals
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Rocky Ledge LIbrary
Ideabooks17,353
Questions18
Love the entire house!! What material & color was used on the fireplace surround?
Can you tell me about the fabric used on the chairs and sofa? Thank you!
I would use a very light granite or light grey quartz like ... or ...
Like the use of black trim and off-white ceilings and walls. The beige carpet and chairs
while, a design magazine heralds the advent of “the new black.” It’s a term used to describe or give merit to a color trend, as in, “Orange is the new black
natural light. So go against the grain of typically used colors and step into a pool of ink. Just be sure to use a finish that's matte rather than glossy to avoid
Go bold. This room has fabulous, high-end personality. The use of the black wall, interesting art, and black trim and floor molding is a creative move
“love the chairs” — miranda207
SFGIRLBYBAY
sfgirlbybay
Ideabooks9,191
Questions6
converted into dining room table when needed. Better use of space than conventional dining table using up valuable space.
some formal touches make the space feel special but still good for daily use
copper surround/ simple multi use set up
our new and bare home, but the deep apron made it impractical for long-term use. Adults of an average height had to slide their legs carefully under it
describing what you are looking for (for instance, midcentury, Danish, teak) and use this to search sites such as Craigslist, eBay and Etsy.
I don't really see myself ever getting rid of it, since it's beautiful, useful and a true antique, and it has a wonderful history in our family and beyond
“Everything!” — jjennings19
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Remick Bill
Ideabooks2,024
Questions1
What kind of pavers/stone is used in this design?
Use of sectioned areas to compensate for different levels in the garden
Installation. "When using pavers, you want to make sure you set them up for long term use," Sivgals says. "We try and use a full concrete sub-base, and
use of gravel.
“Patio” — jennyearnhardt
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
New England Contemporary "Cafe"
Ideabooks2,865
Questions5
What kind of transition can be used between duraceramic and hardwood flooring when uneven heights?
Structural walls. I would use this type of wall in a living room space it would add a home feeling to the
the columns are circular. Most steel beams use this section because it's most efficient in terms of material use, but columns can more readily vary in their
“Steel support beams” — R Pircio
South Social & Home
My little apartment
Ideabooks1,881
Questions9
those words. To specify a listing that includes one or more of your search terms, use the pipe character: "midcentury | Eames" will search all posts that contain
Advanced Search Tips• Use quotation marks to search for a phrase: "yellow pitcher"• To specify words you'd like to exclude, use a minus sign: "plywood
“nice” — woshihunhuner
Susan Duane
Paperwhites
Ideabooks480
Questions0
winter. Almost any spring bulb can be forced indoors. Forcing is a widely used term which means you are fast forwarding their growing cycle to bloom in winter
container, 3 to 4 inches deep. If you are forcing the bulbs in water you can use a small bowl, vintage trophy, or another pretty dish would work beautifully
to fill the bottom few inches of your container. •Bulbs of your choice. I used paperwhites, like these grown by Jennifer of Dear Lillie, and tulips. Mine
members of the genus are technically narcissus, you’ll often find the term "daffodil" used for the larger bulbs and "narcissus" for the smaller ones. The best
container, 3 to 4 inches deep. If you are forcing the bulbs in water you can use a small bowl, vintage trophy, or another pretty dish would work beautifully
“Cute little white daffodils!” — Heather Garrison
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