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Moore Architects, PC
comfortable and less imposing siting. The front rooms of the house became new public spaces, with the old living room becoming the Inglenook and entry foyer, while the old front bedroom became the new living room. A new stairway was positioned on axis with the new front door, but set deep into the house adjacent
structure, including the new replacement windows and new kitchen wing from the previous project. The existing front wall of the house was pulled forward three feet to maximize the existing front yard building setback. A six-foot deep porch that stretched across most of the new front elevation was added, pulling
second bedroom and master bathroom. The new master bedroom located on the centerline of the front of the house, fills the entire front dormer with three exposures of windows facing predominately east to catch the morning light. Off of this private space is a study and walk-in closet tucked under the
All Things Texan Mancave
I love the stone and the warm colors of this basement living space.
fireplace dimensional look
Cindy's hearth roon
Love this idea for my table area in basement, three different shapes for light pendants and love the round table design, having the ottoman seating makes
colour concept living rm or bedroom
being used as seating.More:Furniture Favorites: Upholstered OttomansCould Your Living Room Be Better Without a Sofa?8 Ways to Reimagine the Coffee Table
9. Oscar-winning performance. Help your media room double as a living room when not in use. This contemporary yet comfortable space is perfect for
Creative Outdoor Solutions
Three dimensions. Though pools have depth, of course, it is easy to think of them as two-dimensional because we see the shape of the pool and its surface. Elements that extend upward from the architecture
concept is used again under this fountain. Who would not want to swim to this place? More: Pool inspiration and design guides in the Houzz Outdoor Living section
Three dimensions. Though pools have depth, of course, it is easy to think of them as two-dimensional because we see the shape of the pool and its surface. Elements that extend upward from the architecture of the pool itself, as in previous examples and this one, add a sense of privacy that is often desirable
bench concept is used again under this fountain. Who would not want to swim to this place?More: Pool inspiration and design guides in the Houzz Outdoor Living section
Janna Makaeva/Cutting Edge Stencils
How to stencil, easy step-by-step roller stenciling technique
i could see madison using these to create two or three "windows" in her room on the west or north facing walls
mami can use this for the living room. it looks really nice.
Maybe something in the living room vs. a painting
stencil for puja roon wall?
Abelow Sherman Architects LLC
Abelow Sherman Architects LLC
with a completely uniform and level epoxy/urethane finish. Along with the partitions, which are covered in joint compound in lieu of paint, a three-dimensional abstract gray field is established as a background for the owner?s artwork.
Publications, March 2001 Working at Home: Living Working Spaces, December 2000 Interior Design, March 1999 Oculus, March 1999 The writer/critic Joel Siegel and his wife, the painter Ena Swansea, purchased this space with the intention of making a unified living loft and art studio, by integrating the
and very precise. The painting studio is located on the north side, taking advantage of the landmarked windows onto 17th Street. It is open to the living space with the southern exposure, but a large Media Room resides between them in the center of the loft. This is the office and entertainment center
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
San Francisco Oasis
This city garden is a quiet celebration of sustainable urban landscape design. It is a unique and multi-dimensional response to an small city lot, an extensive client program and the desire to do good work. Our intent was to imagine and design a sophisticated and visibly sustainable city garden in San
This city garden is a quiet celebration of sustainable urban landscape design. It is a unique and multi-dimensional response to an small city lot, an extensive client program and the desire to do good work. Our intent was to imagine and design a sophisticated and
us to see where shapes and masses interrelate with perfect harmony. First you notice the rectangular stepping stones and deck shapes, then the three-dimensional versions emerge in the Cor-Ten planter box (left) and the poured-concrete planter (right). The decorative fountain wall infuses another mass into
Mirrored shelves sit in the 8- by 6-foot black walnut unit, which holds a fireplace and a dry bar as well as everyday storage in a three-dimensional object rather than a flat cabinet,” Modu Architects & Building Designers.
Kids private devotion in the living room
walnut unit, which holds a fireplace and a dry bar as well as everyday storage. “The form of the wood millwork came from wanting to create a three-dimensional object rather than a flat cabinet,” Rotem says. A mirror-surrounded fireplace in the unit adds to the glow. At night the room transforms to what