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City Townhouse
City Townhouse
Lindsay Architecture Studio, P.C.
The new solarium, with central air conditioning and heated French Limestone floors, seats 4 people for intimate family dining. It is used all year long, allowing the family to enjoy the walled private garden in every season. Photography by Richard Mandelkorn
Edinburgh Sunlounge
Edinburgh Sunlounge
CR Smith
CR Smith - Edinburgh Sunlounge
Idee per una grande veranda moderna
Lakefront Glimmer
Lakefront Glimmer
AOME Architects
Mike Jensen Photography
Ispirazione per una piccola veranda tradizionale con parquet scuro, nessun camino, soffitto classico e pavimento marrone
Sullivan's Island
Sullivan's Island
Elizabeth Stuart Design
Esempio di una veranda tradizionale con pavimento in legno massello medio, camino classico, cornice del camino in pietra, soffitto classico e pavimento marrone
Modern Country Home
Modern Country Home
Bridgemont Properties Inc.
Ispirazione per una piccola veranda classica con pavimento in gres porcellanato, nessun camino, soffitto classico e pavimento grigio
The Purple Project
The Purple Project
Charles Christianson Fine Orangeries
Foto di una veranda minimal
Other
Other
Karen Koester Interiors
The black quartzite on the floor, my favorite stone. A room that feels comfortable even in the winter.
Esempio di una veranda chic
Sunroom
Sunroom
The Well-Dressed Window
Foto di una veranda country di medie dimensioni con pavimento in gres porcellanato, nessun camino e soffitto classico
Webster Groves-Modern Vintage Charmer
Webster Groves-Modern Vintage Charmer
Cure Design Group
This designer client relationship is one based on friendship. Senior Designer Cori Dyer and client have an indescribable partnership and unmentioned understanding when it comes to decorating this home. A vintage charmer with a modern flair, filled with collectables and uncommon goods that make this space a unique and spectacular. Cori Dyer: I first met Sally when our boys became friends at Chaminade in 2007. Since then, we have stayed close and become great friends. Several years back she asked for my help giving her ideas on ways to spruce things up a bit and work with her on a major remodel. A little intimidating as Sally has a beautiful home and is an avid collector of vintage finds.... way before the trend of blending old and new was popular. She has an eye for unique ways to use vintage pieces and incorporating those into some of the most interesting and compelling displays. What has made this design relationship work is simply one of respect. I know when to give her that push outside of her comfort zone and incorporate her collections with selections that work with what she has, but that offer a new spin on putting it all together. From that initial "spruce up" has come a makeover in her Living Room and currently one completed in her Family Room. Although there are signs of my design throughout her home, the detail and selection of the collections and vintage finds are all Sally!! I truly think that is how Design should be. Blending old and new, and a Designer listening to what makes the client happy. Client: It was fun to be in style for a year or two, but it’s back to being the quirky lady. I started collecting in my teens and enjoy the hunt for new finds of all types. Cori helped me to enjoy my collections in a new and modern way! As always I had too many things. With her designer eye she taught me to blend the old and the new and to use different materials. The best part was going shopping with one of my best friends, who just happens to be a designer!! She is definitely the ying to my much needed yang.
North Hampton Conservatory
North Hampton Conservatory
Sunspace Design, Inc.
This project’s owner originally contacted Sunspace because they needed to replace an outdated, leaking sunroom on their North Hampton, New Hampshire property. The aging sunroom was set on a fieldstone foundation that was beginning to show signs of wear in the uppermost layer. The client’s vision involved repurposing the ten foot by ten foot area taken up by the original sunroom structure in order to create the perfect space for a new home office. Sunspace Design stepped in to help make that vision a reality. We began the design process by carefully assessing what the client hoped to achieve. Working together, we soon realized that a glass conservatory would be the perfect replacement. Our custom conservatory design would allow great natural light into the home while providing structure for the desired office space. Because the client’s beautiful home featured a truly unique style, the principal challenge we faced was ensuring that the new conservatory would seamlessly blend with the surrounding architectural elements on the interior and exterior. We utilized large, Marvin casement windows and a hip design for the glass roof. The interior of the home featured an abundance of wood, so the conservatory design featured a wood interior stained to match. The end result of this collaborative process was a beautiful conservatory featured at the front of the client’s home. The new space authentically matches the original construction, the leaky sunroom is no longer a problem, and our client was left with a home office space that’s bright and airy. The large casements provide a great view of the exterior landscape and let in incredible levels of natural light. And because the space was outfitted with energy efficient glass, spray foam insulation, and radiant heating, this conservatory is a true four season glass space that our client will be able to enjoy throughout the year.
Window Treatments for Sunrooms and 4 Season Rooms
Window Treatments for Sunrooms and 4 Season Rooms
Fenstermann LLC
This glass wall creates a similar indoor outdoor feeling as a sunroom. Play with different fabrics to bring fun to your room and still have the flexibility of bottom up top down shades...
Green house Monterey
Green house Monterey
Driskill Construction
Foto di una veranda mediterranea
Проект "Селфи"
Проект "Селфи"
Marina Romanova
Роман Куликов
Ispirazione per una veranda contemporanea
Sunroom
Sunroom
Stephan Design
Idee per una piccola veranda tradizionale con pavimento in gres porcellanato e soffitto classico
Sunrooms
Sunrooms
Four Seasons Sunrooms Kitchen and Bath
Foto di una veranda classica di medie dimensioni con nessun camino e lucernario
Dublin Extension
Dublin Extension
Patrick Dunne Architect
Ros Kavanagh
Foto di una veranda country
Tropical Flowers - Hot Pink Hibiscus - Omaste Witkowski
Tropical Flowers - Hot Pink Hibiscus - Omaste Witkowski
Artworks
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Rénovation maison
Rénovation maison
E Pur Concept
Foto di una veranda contemporanea
Noel
Noel
B Designs Interior's
Interior Design decor,, custom window treatments and photo by, Maria Bortugno B Designs
Immagine di una veranda classica

Verande viola - Foto e idee per arredare

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