10,093 vintage time keeping Home Design Photos

Don F. Wong
Private residence
winter time, not sure if it would be nice for spring and summer.
You can keep things spare and minimal and still be cozy when you're in a glass box that's nestled in the trees.
“Windows on both walls” — jenkinshouse
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
Advantage Contracting
6 Reviews
Advantage Contracting Portfolio
order to keep the thermal mass hot. Marvin Ultimate double hung windows were used throughout. Another unusual detail is the Corten ceiling panels that were applied to the vaulted ceiling. Each Corten corrugated steel panel was propped up in a field and sprayed with a 50/50 solution of vinegar and hydrogen
a hard time seeing why this won an award.
“sink made from table” — carteep
Pecota White Building & Design
4 Reviews
PW Portfolio
better to keep washer dryer down, because you really spend more time above, folding,sorting, prepping, than actually pulling out.
“Wood top over washer dryer” — bborne2
Louise Lakier
1 Review
Mixed Use Elegance
rugs over time and they both went on to open her own shops They both have wonderful rugs! http://www.kushrugs.com/ http://www.lapchi.com/new/flash/index.html
in but keep your privacy
“looks like an unclad retrofit” — friskege
Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
Kirkland Residence
Seattle Times/AIA Home of the Month and has been featured by Pacific Northwest Magazine in February 1998 and by Fine Homebuilding Magazine in March 2000.
Shelves keep things off counter - prefer some w/doors
“bright, window” — kdbragdon
Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
Presidio Heights traditional
the same time give it an updated look.
if keep sideboard
“I like the centerpieces and lamps.” — mnopwaskey
catlin stothers design
13 Reviews
S t L a z a r e
finishes, keep the room from feeling slick. Custom european white oak floors were stained to preserve their natural grain and provide a soft contrast to the warm grey oak wall and white base cabinets. A small butler’s pantry was created in the adjacent mudroom, and is the perfect spot for charging cell phones
their time. Photography - Drew Hadley
“open shelves in storage wall to lighten the look” — mmhsu
Butterfield Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Cortona Residence
for your time and prompt answer. This information is very helpful as I would like to do a similar layout with my new kitchen.
islands for keeping out of the cooks way
“tile” — beals9
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