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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Sproule-Rowen
Ideabooks5,643
Questions9
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Love this! An overflow tub with a view would be simply dreamy.
Bathrooms are an ideal place for solitary skinny windows. They require a certain level of privacy, and expansive views are not really necessary. I'm not sure here if they window is for the owner, or the buddha?
“tub overflow” — rklements
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks19,497
Questions15
They're not out of style - But where privacy and light control is unnecessary, why would you bother covering that splendid view?
The view and lighting are given the credit that they deserve. At the same time the furniture doesn't completely fade into the background... This room says Peace
Wow, what a beautiful view!! So cozy too
largely accomplished through its use of materials; the exposed wood structure and ceiling create an expectation of the space that is confirmed with the view of the exterior. Materials form a space appropriate to its context.I have been known to tell clients that if a space is well thought out, it could
“Fireplace” — himebond
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Oregon Coast Home
Ideabooks1,296
Questions3
Why is the bed not facing the view?
I love the colour used on the walls in this room, also the curtains. What was the colour and what fabric was used for the curtains? I also wonder why the bed isn't facing the view, but seems to be facing the door?
back and forth, and the fabric was too stiff to stack at the sides. So I left them closed most of the time — even though my bedroom had a beautiful view. And did I mention how expensive they were? 4. Ordering bar stools without sitting on them first. Ouch. I did not know they could make seats that hard
“Double curtains. Linen look” — debbiedog2
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Waters Edge
Ideabooks166
Questions0
Designed to make the most of a steep site, this private home in Sydney’s south has created great spaces to enjoy the view of the water. The design features a covered main pavilion with a fully equipped kitchen including a sink, fridge and wood fire pizza oven. Designed for entertainment it also includes
you come to an inviting blue pool with wet edge spill over out to the bay. The curves of the pool and lower lawn area designed to add interest when viewing from above. A generous lounge and nearby pool pavilion provides plenty of places to relax by the pool and the cantilevered section of the pavilion
emphasise the shapes of the design and to add contrasting colours. This project is definitely a great place entertain and relax whilst enjoying the view of the water.
“bbq” — lindachilcote
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks724
Questions2
Even as an intimate greeting space, the foyer offers visitors an impressive view of what lies ahead. Repeating materials and a neutral color scheme give the home a sense of flow that feels as natural as the surfaces themselves. Bobbie found the vintage Turkish rug at auction, while the sideboard
This view has a lot going on & its a good source of inspiration.
Open space with view all the way through
The foyer offers an impressive view of what lies ahead. Repeating materials and a neutral color scheme give the home a sense of flow that feels as natural as the surfaces themselves. Bobbie found this vintage Turkish rug at auction; the sideboard was inherited from Matthew's grandmother.
“Rug” — Desiree
Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Media Room
Ideabooks2,295
Questions7
Open to the gardens on one side and the ocean on the other, it's hard to find a less than stunning view from the Media Room chairs. Photo: Mary E. Nichols
layout scheme to make each area feel intimate. A high-back sofa creates a buffer in the media area here, while swivel chairs allow guests to switch views from the TV to one another to the garden out back and the ocean on the other side. Saint Dizier used a lot of copper accents throughout the house, to
“/;/” — csday
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
18th
Ideabooks1,790
Questions3
The composition of the large north-facing master bedroom window system provides visual access to the out-of-doors while screening views from adjacent neighbors. Photographer: Bruce Damonte
The composition of the large north-facing master bedroom window system provides visual access to the out-of-doors while screening views from adjacent neighbors. Photographer: Bruce Damonte
The composition of the large north-facing master bedroom window system provides visual access to the out-of-doors while screening views from adjacent neighbors.
“RECAMARA DE ANDREA” — lacuatita
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Residence Living
Ideabooks5,092
Questions14
ties the upper floor to the lower. This transparent theme even begins at the front door and extends all the way through to the exterior porches and views beyond via large frameless glazing. The overall design is kept basic in form, allowing the architecture to shine through in the detailing. Built by
the view out the back of the house
very white and i love the furniture and the view
The clients wanted an open, light feeling throughout the home and a design that maximized the views of the subdivision's lush rolling hills and surrounding golf course. The home has an abundance of two of the most important elements of coastal design
“Color of walks” — moniqueanton
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