Soffit Vents Modern
Modern brick exterior home idea in Austin
Matt: The glass and frames look nice. My preference is to use exterior materials that have a track record of hold up against the elements. the roof overhang looks nice, too. I don't like the look of the brick. - webuser_702306191
A fire set the stage for this intervention on an old family home. Set on 200 acres of Vineyard, all that was salvageable was the old gable roofed above the bedrooms and the riverrock hearth. We began with the gable and combined it with a series of sloped and flat planes. The new roof forms provide for clerestory windows that bring abundant natural light to the space. A flat, wooden ceiling over the living area continues outside seamlessly housing the surrounding porch. The long flat eave opens the view across the vineyard, to the coastal range and provides the ideal location for an integrated solar array. Bands of salvaged cedar at the base of the house support climbing wisteria, binding the house to the landscape as it rises from the vine rows.
Photos: Ken Gutmaker
soffit vents - amy_luskin
Large island style u-shaped ceramic floor and beige floor open concept kitchen photo in Hawaii with a farmhouse sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a peninsula
Interior Design: Beth Armijo, Armijo Design Group (armijodesigngroup.com) Kitchen Design: Terri Rose, Exquisite Kitchen Design (myekdesign.com) Contractor: Steven Hillson, Boa Construction (boaaaa.com) Photography: David Lauer (davidlauerphotography.com)
Hilltop Residence Nest Architectural Design Inc. Interior Design: Beth Armijo, Armijo Design Group (armijodesigngroup.com) Kitchen Design: Terri Rose, Exquisite Kitchen Design (myekdesign.com) Contractor: Steven Hillson, Boa Construction (boaaaa.com) Photography: David Lauer (davidlauerphotography.com) - tlh5
Whole house remodel of a mid-century modern cmu home built in the 1950's. Warm white walls with solid walnut floor planks and walnut millwork. Chocolate Corian countertops. Large format porcelain tile. Heath Ceramics backsplash.
I like that the fridge looks like the cabinets. - webuser_12610774
Kitchen - modern kitchen idea in Austin with wood countertops and gray cabinets
blue-gray cabinets, dark soapstone, wood highlights. Not my favorite, but ok - paul_sonderegger
design: Mark Lind / photo by: Thomas McConnell
Eat-in kitchen - modern l-shaped eat-in kitchen idea in Austin with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, gray backsplash, stainless steel appliances and ceramic backsplash
Soffit with overhead lighting built in. - sherri_tomishima
Open concept kitchen - modern open concept kitchen idea in Perth with flat-panel cabinets and white cabinets
Possibly smthg like this kitchen - delreonewman
Example of a large transitional u-shaped medium tone wood floor and brown floor kitchen design in DC Metro with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, solid surface countertops, gray backsplash, glass tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
Minimalist kitchen photo in New York with stainless steel appliances
East village studio- nice kitchen - kayhbradley
photos: Matt Delphenich
Example of a minimalist eat-in kitchen design in Boston with wood countertops, an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and stainless steel appliances
Island countertop stove. Vent in ceiling - mmay20
Example of a minimalist bamboo floor living room design in San Francisco with a ribbon fireplace and a stone fireplace
Cor da porta. Parede. Poucos moveis - isabela_lima
photos: Matt Delphenich
Example of a minimalist eat-in kitchen design in Boston with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops and stainless steel appliances
Love the range hood flush mounted - dombey85
In a neighborhood of quirky architectural diversity, the Blue Truck Studio re-mastered a decrepit bungalow into a tightly-detailed modern tower that subtly references elements of the local vernacular. The classic bay windows and siding of neighboring Victorians were re-interpreted as a floor-to-ceiling front window and square-grooved vertical siding. The street level façade of nearby stucco houses was re-invented with a rough-sawn cedar siding hand-coopered to curve up under the soffit. Venting panels disguised in the siding recreate the movement of traditional shutters. Even Bernal Park itself rematerializes as the wind-seeded green roof and the green walls of jasmine in the rear yard. The interior, however, is completely singular: muted hues, raw fir posts and black walnut floors are punctuated by a two-story chimney of light and a bathroom that cantilevers 10’ off the back of the house. Image by Eduardo Navarro Photography.
Siding mix - colotto57
Photography by: Susan Teare
Example of a minimalist bathroom design in Boston
Converted dressing area for you - pfeloney
2013 NARI CAPITAL COTY, GRAND AWARD WINNER, RESIDENTIAL KTICHEN $80,001 -$120,000
This Old Town Alexandria home was ready for a major kitchen renovation. After 20 years of putting up with the dark, short cabinets and a dysfunctional traffic pattern and layout, the owners were ready to roll up their sleeves and throw this kitchen out the window.
Design challenges include a peninsula that was too big for the space, appliance locations that were all over, a stackable washer and dryer in the middle of the kitchen and a lack of storage.
The first step toward a remodeling solution was to move the washer and dryer to a new lower level laundry area. That created space for a new built-in refrigerator, microwave/oven cabinet, pantry and angular end cabinets. This move also created more room on the walls of kitchen for added cabinetry and countertops.
The cook top was moved to one of the walls with a custom wood hood over it. Having removed the old bulkheads, there was space for taller cabinets and some glass front cabinetry (with inside lights) to display china. Large crown molding, along with big arched valances, legs and corbels made this brushed stoke custom cabinetry really stand out.
A big knee wall and a middle post made the breakfast room too closed in and separated from adjacent family room. By installing a couple of structural beams, the space was opened up and dressed up with a large arch opening to replicate the front hall columns.
Similarly, the front door separating the front hall to the kitchen was taken off, widened and then had the same panel arch treatment done. Now all the doorways in the home have a very classy, yet sophisticated detailed molding.
A previously wasted corner area is now home to a custom hutch cabinet. The middle island, not only improved the traffic flow, but also dressed up this kitchen with its furniture look. The expansion of hardwood flooring, from the front hall into the kitchen and beyond, created a seamless transition to the entire first floor.
Use of this highly custom brushed stroke glazed cabinetry in a soft vanilla tone complemented the uniqueness of a slab of granite. The light color tumbled marble backsplash made the glazing of this cabinetry stand out. The transformation of this kitchen was so incredible that no one believes the before photos.
Narrow Passive House by One SEED (www.oneseed.ca)
The aesthetic is a purity of form. It expresses the concept of dwelling as a juxtaposition of shelter from the elements and warmth of home. The tough and durable exterior materials, including the off-white fibre-cement panels and the charcoal coloured horizontal ribbed cladding, have a cooling and calming effect. In contrast, warm vertical bands of clear stained cedar accent the front and rear elevations at the fenestration and doors as an inviting allusion to the family inside.
The simple form includes two rectilinear masses, a larger one for bedrooms and living, and a smaller one containing service elements such as the stairs, washrooms, and mechanical rooms. The smaller mass is stepped back from the front and back elevations of the house to provide a sense of entrance. In addition, this allows the larger mass, which is located to the south, to have corner windows with improved views to the north-west mountains. The smaller volume is also the environmental heart of the home with a south facing glazed elevation above the green roof and full-height CMU block walls which feed the passive heating and cooling system within the house.
Soffit corner detail - newtimus
Award winning warm modern contemporary open kitchen design by Mosaic Architects. Photos by Raul J Garcia
Example of a minimalist kitchen design in Denver
Sara likes this cabinet color. John? - jrsik_pa