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Mosaik Design & Remodeling
10 Reviews
Industrial Chic Basement
Ideabooks11,125
Questions10
whole weekend to pare down and donate unwanted items, or do a little bit each day — the important part is to actually get rid of some stuff before you try to
On game day I turn our living room (not shown here) into a comfortable lounge completely
must-have can be used as impromptu seating when extra guests drop by on game day or a footrest so you can kick up your feet during the match. It can also moonlight
where to begin.It is possible to have a fun, stylish home with kids in the house, but there's no point in tackling any other decorating projects when clutter
Similar to our house. For Basement
“More casual, fun basement. Well-lit. Light wall colour.” — Marian
Peace Design
Family Room
Ideabooks2,978
Questions7
It’s a ski-in, ski-out house, so creating intimate spaces for warming up and visiting over hot toddies
chairs: South of Market; painting: “All in a Day's Work," Montana Trails Gallery
It’s a ski-in, ski-out house, so creating intimate spaces for warming
Solaria; vintage leather lounge chairs: South of Market; painting: All in a Day’s Work, Montana Trails Gallery
“fireplace” — crispp
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Cody
Ideabooks928
Questions2
love modern table with traditional house
“The most interesting thing about my house is how the structure encourages you to live,” says Derrick. “I love how separated
It’s different than a lot of open spaces that are much more the norm these days — I love it.” He especially loves being able to close the French doors that
open them again when dinner is served. “It’s a nice callback to the fancy days of yesteryear,” he says.
“The most interesting thing about my house is how the structure encourages you to live,” says Derrick. “I love how separated and formal it is. The formal
norm these days — I love it.”
“The chandler” — j9style
Stuart Sampley Architect
17 Reviews
Dexter Residence
Ideabooks581
Questions2
the single-story portion of the house, an energy-saving strategy that minimizes the need for artificial light during the day.
the single-story portion of the house, an energy-saving strategy that minimizes the need for artificial light during the day. Glass doors make it easy for
“Color combination” — tmcm
George Penniman Architects, LLC
6 Reviews
Oceanfront LEED Silver Home
Ideabooks635
Questions0
6. Remember that a sleeping porch is a modern-day energy saver. This shingle-style house in Rhode Island is LEED certified. The simple principle
SLEEPING PORCH Remember that a sleeping porch is a modern-day energy saver. This shingle-style house in Rhode Island is LEED certified. The simple principle
6. Remember that a sleeping porch is a modern-day energy saver. This shingle-style house in Rhode Island is LEED certified. The simple principle that a
“OMG outside bedroom” — carissanovick
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Hilltop Residence
Ideabooks380
Questions1
bands emulating the site datum. In addition a trough of light, reflective by day, richly bisects and unifies the spaces at night with a gentle wash of light
detail in front of the house happens at the path leading to the front door. Instead of routing the path around a tree or siting the house so the two wouldn't
detail in front of the house happens at the path leading to the front door. Instead of routing the path around a tree or siting the house so the two wouldn't
“Psth” — tracywidman
Contemporary Landscape
Ideabooks4,240
Questions4
existing, high and old walnut tree with a sisal rope on one side and on the house, it is attached with a standard metal clip, usually used for climbing (look
had it previously in my yard-and will have it again I hope after our new house is built. "Plantcrone"
sail over area in front of Elf House till trees grow up to make shade and privacy?
Though the house is new, the white walls and a steeply gabled roof give it a traditional Slovenian farmhouse look. The shade cloth over the eating area
“Terasa” — vaidasapole
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
The Residence
Ideabooks972
Questions1
For this house “contextual” means focusing the good view and taking the bad view out of focus. In order to accomplish this, the form of the house was inspired
sleeping. Directly across the street from the house is a lake, “the good view.” On all other sides of the house are neighbors of very close proximity which
the lake – “horse blinders.” There are several sustainable features in the house’s detailing. The entire structure is made of pre-fabricated recycled steel
windows and clerestories, there is no need for artificial light during the day. The heating for the building is provided by a radiant system composed of
Love the blinder idea and the way the windows are set up in the back of the house to take advantage of the view.
“Rumpus windows back wall” — melaniecooper1970
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