Conservatory with Green Floors and Pink Floors Ideas and Designs
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A striking 36-ft by 18-ft. four-season pavilion profiled in the September 2015 issue of Fine Homebuilding magazine. To read the article, go to http://www.carolinatimberworks.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Glass-in-the-Garden_September-2015-Fine-Homebuilding-Cover-and-article.pdf. Operable steel doors and windows. Douglas Fir and reclaimed Hemlock ceiling boards. © Carolina Timberworks
The McMullin Design Group
This particular Tiny Home is site specific and is moved on and off the campground each year. The porch is built and then taken down every year, so the furnishings have to store inside the Tiny Home. Things are light and easy to ut away. The futon is extra sleeping!
Anthony James Construction
a few coffered ceilings, beautiful detials make the difference
An antique Tiffany pendant porch lamp was added to finish the entry.
Heather Peterson Design
Mon Dieu Interior Design
The challenge for this project was to turn a conservatory into a space that could be used as an office with a small lounge area for reading. The room previously only hosted plants ad was not usable at all. This room with a lot of natural light makes it easy to focus on the important task, while getting inspired by the lovely view.
Offener Glaskubus (Fotograf: Marcus Ebener, Berlin)
Holztragwerk (Fotograf: Marcus Ebener, Berlin)
Debra Carol Haddock
Casale Prato delle Coccinelle, Mobile Veranda for Dining Al-Fresco - Panorama of Monti Cimino in Lazio e la Valle del Tevere - Foto by Iaia Gagliani
Masters Touch Design Build
Design Imaging Studios
Turkey Creek Tinting
Photo Courtesy of Eastman