From Toilet to Play Pavilion in Seattle

Tucked in the back of a Craftsman home in Seattle is a two-wheeled freestanding garage which reimagines the family room. Rather than a space based around a tv, the garage became a multipurpose pavilion which struggles the household to engage in play and actions. “My customers now have a large multipurpose space on the second […]

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Dentil Molding

Dentil is a decorative molding using rectangular cubes evenly spaced. Largely utilized in classical architecture, dentil molding gets its title from the Latin “dens,” meaning “teeth” The group of dentils can endeavor underneath the cornice along the roofline of a building or appear in ceilings, furniture or built-ins. Emily McCall Dentil molding is utilized along […]

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Create a Memorable Backyard Movie Night

There’s something so romantic about watching films outdoors. The huge screen, snuggling up under blankets when it gets cold and being able to catch whatever you like to eat or drink from the home top my list of reasons to try this at home. Have a look at these truly magnificent examples of garden screening […]

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Bifold Door

A entrance door has panels that pleat on hinges. The burden of the doorway hangs from a track over and remains vertical with the support of a track below. Possessing the door fold in the center takes up less space than a traditional door when it’s open. Some bifold doors slide into pockets, so they’re […]

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Pint-Size Cabin in Rural Canada

After surviving a severe illness and divorce, Denise Franklin was prepared to start over. With a $25,000 budget, she approached architect Henry Yorke Mann to help her construct a home match for a new start in rural British Columbia. Mann saved money by severely restricting the size and material cost. Designing the 280-square-foot space in […]

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Hanging Furniture for Swinging Bathrooms

I’ll admit it, I’m a swinger. I love hammocks, porch swings and hanging beds. And I particularly love them indoors. Possessing a hanging seat or a bed inside automatically adds playfulness to the space. In addition, it lightens up a space, appearing to produce more space and a bit more atmosphere. These 14 examples illustrate […]

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4 Fabulously Low-Maintenance Garden Focal Points

Fire and water create great focal points, however they are often high-maintenance additions to your landscape. There are plenty of other ways to draw eyes in a particular direction. Listed below are just four focal points which are simple to incorporate in a garden setting, regardless of its size or style. C.O.S Design Sculpture Strategically […]

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It's Curtains for You

I’m a small fabric so adoring curtains makes sense. But it is not merely that; it is also that I’m somewhat scared of window treatments that are complicated. Fancy, layered drapes and taffeta balloon shades make me nervous. I enjoy the easy, vertical fall of a curtain. I like how readily they may be changed […]

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Food Art Adds Flavor to Rooms

Mother told you not to throw away your food, but she didn’t say not to hang it on the wall. If you are a food junkie and inspired by feasts, handmade or fruits candies, then express your tastes from your art collection. Keep reading to see ways to brighten any room with the colors and […]

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Great Architecture Speaks to Us

Architecture that is great has significance. And when designed well, buildings can speak to us. However, what are they trying to convey? Let us find out, shall we? Pllc, Jody Brown Architecture I’m not sure why Frank Lloyd Wright made his entrances so indirect. It is like any sort of modernist exercise program. You see […]

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