#oriental interior design
Modern Oriental Interior Design Home Design Photos
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Passive design makes the most of the sun; the house is oriented so that specially glazed, high-performance windows face south. With a tight envelope, the house is very well insulated and doesn’t leak heat. However, the most important aspect of successful architecture is always livability, which in this case meant creating a comfortable house that took advantage of landscape views and was sized appropriately.
Inspiration for a transitional one-story exterior in Providence with wood siding. Houzz
Single level no climbing stairs Shawn John
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
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A close inspection of the interiors shows iconic modern furnishings in the dining and living areas, which really drive home the point: Although the home’s architecture is linked to New England building traditions, the interior design and use of sustainable materials and methods unabashedly breaks with its past.
Expansive farmhouse open concept living room idea in Burlington with a library, white walls and a wood stove Houzz
I like kitchen, dining & living all open to each other. Would prefer dining be off to the left instead of between kitchen & dining. Bookcase overload – too much maybe. Rocks Austin
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While Heydt designed the layout of the appliances, the nook and the windows, the wife, her mother-in-law (a kitchen designer who lived on the East Coast) and interior designer Dhong and design consultant Matthew MacCaul Turner took it from there. An oversize pendant draws the eye to the center of the room, lending balance.
Traditional l-shaped kitchen idea in San Francisco with subway tile backsplash, recessed-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash and paneled appliances Houzz
kitchen design and color scheme Brandi Horne
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Decoding What People Say – “This house was designed with passive solar principles” means the orientation of the house and the placement of windows have been used to gain heat through natural daylight. Perhaps shading for hot summers was also considered. These are the first and most fundamental steps toward reducing the energy consumption of a house.
Photo of a contemporary exterior in Portland with wood siding. Houzz
Its really beautiful house but if i would like to make the same house in india what would be the cost Beem Leen Dra
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They are joined by brightly colored curtains with a boomerang print (the pattern was designed by Copass and screen-printed on the fabric by her husband), classic midcentury chairs and contemporary sofas. Curtains, sofas: custom; rug: Angela Adams Why We Love Midcentury Modern Design .
Mid-sized 1950s enclosed living room photo in San Francisco with white walls and dark hardwood floors Houzz
Fun layout with two couches as beds Stacee Peterson