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Pocket Garden
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words we speak to one another. Somewhere between that imagined gulf of nature and our inner selves is a middle ground that connects us and helps us remember who we are — that’s the garden.
where we can meet nature halfway.” — Michael Pollan, Second Nature Every bloom, every butterfly, every bird, every raindrop is a new sentence in the garden — one that promises as much hope and daring as the words we speak to one another. That’s how I read Pollan here. Somewhere between that imagined
remember who we are — that’s the garden.
where we can meet nature halfway.” — Michael Pollan, Second NatureEvery bloom, every butterfly, every bird, every raindrop is a new sentence in the garden — one that promises as much hope and daring as the words we speak to one another. That’s how I read Pollan here. Somewhere between that imagined gulf
“Beautiful landscape idea” — Northern Solarcrete Inc
Epiphany Design Studio
1 Review
Haynes Kitchen
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store and we would be more than happy to help! We have several cabinet makers that we work with!
Hi Sarah, We could certainly recreate something like this if you are intereseted. We build-to-order so the size, color
you know who makes the pendant lights?
We are a retail store and a design firm. We specialize in renovation and in particular, kitchens. Julie the owner is an expert and works with each client to build their dream kitchen. SW-
We have done this a few times in kitchens and our clients have never had a problem with their books above the stove. Some of the kitchens that include this feature were done over 8 years ago and our clients still live in the same place with no complaints about that problem.
“feel” — yallis
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks9,105
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Are we seeing the real rafters? If so, what sort of insulation is there in the roof system. is the everything we see on the ceiling Faux below the rafters and a layer of insulation?
Who makes those french doors with the simple grilles in them? Thanks!
Who makes the two white chairs?
crazy, but we wanted to add touches of glamour and industrial design,” says Geri. “That’s just who we are.” To meet those goals, the architect let black metal tie rods — used to stabilize the home — be visible as a functional and decorative detail. The interior designer, Chris Miniello, added glam-on-the-farm
“use of natural materials and potato sacks for lamp shades and stands” — dakunimata
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Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Encino Modern
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us of who we are, keep the past alive in the present, evoke warm and positive feelings from simpler times, and provide a source of security and stability in a turbulent and unpredictable world.”
while we're at it, no grilles, grids, muntins, etc. Just glass. Big, beautiful, clear, energy-efficient glass.
us of who we are, keep the past alive in the present, evoke warm and positive feelings from simpler times, and provide a source of security and stability in a turbulent and unpredictable world.”
while we're at it, no grilles, grids, muntins, etc. Just glass. Big, beautiful, clear, energy-efficient glass.
“nice” — Karisa Alarcon
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Montlake
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the way we live today. Architectural pop-outs serve as window seats or garden windows. The living room and dinning room have been opened up to create a larger, more flexible space for living and entertaining. The ceiling in the central vestibule was lifted up through the roof and topped with a skylight
thinking we make wall outside of office at staircase our wall of the world... definitely world map and perhaps surrounded by other smaller maps and/or travel photos?
communicate who we are. Consider displaying a set of vintage maps of places we have traveled to.
before we bought our house! Tip: You can purchase a map of your area similar to one of these at Historical Map Works.
“Collage pictures” — mocoma
Sweet William
my home
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reflect who we are as a family," says Mills. "We're creative, fun, messy and relaxed. We also wanted to make the most out of our surroundings by enhancing light and space."
“.” — laurallemon
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
1 Review
Minnesota Private Residence
Ideabooks68,360
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We're compiling a blog for WoodIQ.com on a built-in place for pets. May we use your photo? We will, of course, provide credits. Thanks!
pulls...who makes them and can you tell me the name of the design line ? Thanks...
project. We were the architect of record and designed the home. The interior designer for the project selected the finish materials. The interior designer is RLH Studio located in Minneapolis.
Who said we’re the only ones who love a cozy nook? Our four-legged friends deserve them, too.More creative sleeping quarters:Space Savers: Bunking in Style
color like we humans can. But that doesn't mean their bedding can't offer color in abundance to please our tastes. Pet pillows and upholstered cushions can be opportunities to add shots of seasonal color or pull from the existing room palette.
“this idea would be awesome but I don't think we have space anywhere.” — yarmoloc
Oceanside Glasstile
8 Reviews
Oceanside Glasstile Red 777 Bath
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glass tile we continue to pursue timeless design that preserves, honors and furthers our true artisan heritage.
Unfortunately we did not design the bathroom, just provided the tile. But here is the contact information of the designer. Kristine Kamenstein Jackson Paige Interior, Inc. 1617 Broadway, Ste 3000 Santa Monica, CA 90404 310.401.6136 (t) 310.401.6289 (f) jacksonpaige@yahoo.com
those who say we should paint small rooms in pale colors. Powder rooms are the perfect place to play with bright and bold hues. This powder room is ideal for a full-on red, adding excitement to one of the smallest rooms in the house.Do you love red? Please show us your best red room.More: Houzz guides
“Tiles” — cu2003buff
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