Large Conservatory with Carpet Ideas and Designs
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Happy Place Beach House, Watercolor, FL
Ken Gemes Interiors
© Néstor Marchador
A Creative Touch Draperies & Interiors
Large Bay Window with Tieback Drapery Panels
Reader & Swartz Architects, P.C.
Photography by Nathan Webb, AIA
Mark P. Finlay Architects, AIA Photo by Durston Saylor
Windows Dressed Up
Hunter Douglas Nantucket Sheer Shadings have sheer fabric between the vanes that provide a soft light entering the sunroom. Pulled all the way up, and the entire outside pool area and backyard comes into the sunroom space. Note that they will also work on sliding glass doors. This Patio - Sunroom Ideas Project looks at some patio ideas and sunroom designs that will include window treatments for sliding glass doors, french doors, roller shades and solar shades. Outdoor curtains, blinds and shades can be made of solar fabric mesh material that will withstand the elements. Windows Dressed Up window treatment store featuring custom blinds, shutters, shades, drapes, curtains, valances and bedding in Denver services the metro area, including Parker, Castle Rock, Boulder, Evergreen, Broomfield, Lakewood, Aurora, Thornton, Centennial, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, Arvada, Golden, Westminster, Lone Tree, Greenwood Village, Wheat Ridge. Come in and talk to a Certified Interior Designer and select from over 3,000 designer fabrics in every color, style, texture and pattern. See more custom window treatment ideas on our website. www.windowsdressedup.com.
Himalayan salt cave for yoga, relaxation and purification. Jeff Dow Photography
Centerville Design Associates, Inc.
Enclosed sunroom given a fresh look for spring!
Custer Homes Inc
This one-story custom home in Mechanicsburg, PA features a unique open floor plan with arched openings that complement large arched windows, a lanai, and a gorgeous kitchen and breakfast nook.
Sweet Home of Mine
I added an exposed wooden beam across the top of this room to give the room a natural element to make you feel like you were outside. Since this room was an addition you can see the original exterior brick surrounding the fireplace. I was able to open the fireplace into this room creating a two sided fireplace and took the red/yellow brick and painted it a natural cream color to compliment the wall color I chose. Painting the brick a flat color made it look and feel more natural. You could stand all the way at the back of the home and see the front door from this room as it is a very open concept home. Photo Credit: Kimberly Schneider
Kraft Custom Construction
This 1914 family farmhouse was passed down from the original owners to their grandson and his young family. The original goal was to restore the old home to its former glory. However, when we started planning the remodel, we discovered the foundation needed to be replaced, the roof framing didn’t meet code, all the electrical, plumbing and mechanical would have to be removed, siding replaced, and much more. We quickly realized that instead of restoring the home, it would be more cost effective to deconstruct the home, recycle the materials, and build a replica of the old house using as much of the salvaged materials as we could. The design of the new construction is greatly influenced by the old home with traditional craftsman design interiors. We worked with a deconstruction specialist to salvage the old-growth timber and reused or re-purposed many of the original materials. We moved the house back on the property, connecting it to the existing garage, and lowered the elevation of the home which made it more accessible to the existing grades. The new home includes 5-panel doors, columned archways, tall baseboards, reused wood for architectural highlights in the kitchen, a food-preservation room, exercise room, playful wallpaper in the guest bath and fun era-specific fixtures throughout.
This classic Americana-inspired home exquisitely incorporates design elements from the early 20th century and combines them with modern amenities and features.
K Schoone Interiors. LLC
Screened in porch with dining and sitting areas
Architecture by Meriwether Felt Photos by Susan Gilmore
Graber White Faux Blinds are a great addition to this Sunroom, Photo By Linda Gilbride
Drab to Fab Decorating
We wanted this room to stand out so we painted it in a dramatic aquamarine color and had all the oak trim work painted white. We tore out the old carpeting and added a neutral patterned carpet to counter play the dramatic color. The homeowner had the furniture, so we took the existing seat cushions and had them re-upholstered with Sunbrella fabrics to give it an update look.
TBS Construction, LLC
Alexander Rose Photography
A relaxed north facing window seating area in the formal lounge. Walls painted in Resene soft grey tones with trims and boxed seats in warm white, achieving a relaxed "open" feel when combined with the soft grey honeycomb blinds. Squabs re-upholstered in James Dunlop denim blue chevron fabric and styled with cushions in shades of grey, blue and teal.