Cary Bernstein Architect Hill House

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jdalley
Jen Dalley // added this to How to Partition Spaces Without Using Walls5 April 2018

1. Level changeThere is no wall between this dining area and the adjacent space; a few steps differentiate the two areas. A level change can designate zones in an open plan and help to set up a hierarchy of spaces.

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marthe65
Marthe added this to LES ROUSSES-Cuisine16 July 2020

Carrelage cuisine et corridor ?

dianebax1
Diane added this to Floors7 July 2020

Nice color combination of concrete-color tile and wood floor similar to the color we want.

ttwyman4
Teresha Whitted added this to SYH: 258527 May 2020

SY: For comparison to the light rift sawn oak cabinets with white ceiling, this is the darker effect of the walnut with white ceiling. TW: this is also so beautiful !!

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Lia Sessun added this to Germanic; Belge31 March 2020

carrelage mm couleur mais différent dans zone circulation qui évite l'usure du au passage du parquet

rachna_chanduramorakhia
Rachna Chandura Morakhia added this to Rachna's ideas4 March 2020

Raised dining area and table design

nageffroy
Nathalie Geffroy added this to Idées de nageffroy29 February 2020

L’association du bois et du dallage

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