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Guest bedrooms, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
Guest bedrooms, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
Gardner/Fox Associates, IncGardner/Fox Associates, Inc
Two new guest suites were added to this Bryn Mawr residence on the attic floor. Project Details: New wide plank flooring, architectural molding & casework to match existing. Recessed niches were added for extra storage, all new plumbing and vanities were added. Both bathrooms have walk in showers with frameless glass enclosures and minimalist finishes to keep the spaces open and airy feeling.
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Guest Bedroom
Guest Bedroom
Ernesto Santalla PLLCErnesto Santalla PLLC
Recently renovated, parts of this in-town home in Rasteau, France are 800 years old. This ancient bedroom was reworked to reflect our modern lifestyle, but the original timber roof beams have been left intact. Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon
FORMA Design
FORMA Design
FORMA DesignFORMA Design
The bedroom area is open to the atrium, sharing the light and allowing for views out in all directions. The stone backdrop to the bed unites the finishes with the other stone accents throughout the apartment.
Contemporary Sustainable Block Home
Contemporary Sustainable Block Home
Watershed MaterialsWatershed Materials
Buried eight feet into the solid rock, the master bedroom is the coolest room in the house, maintaining stable temperatures all day and all year long. The retaining wall itself is make with a PISE technique - crushed rock shot against the bank using the tools and techniques of the swimming pool trade. Architect : Juliet Hsu Photo : Mark Luthringer
Ashton Woods Master Bedrooms
Ashton Woods Master Bedrooms
Ashton WoodsAshton Woods
Create a spacious and clean design withcentral track lighting in your master bedroom. Seen in Fiddler's Creek, a Naples community
Buckhead Client's Ski Retreat - Bedrooms
Buckhead Client's Ski Retreat - Bedrooms
New Mood Design LLCNew Mood Design LLC
Level Two: In the master bedroom, a king-size bed covered in bronze leather is flanked by coral table lamps. The barrel ceiling is finished in cherry wood. Photograph © Darren Edwards, San Diego
Boston Common House
Boston Common House
Walker ArchitectsWalker Architects
An open plan master bedroom is separated from it's en suite bathroom with a dark mahogany colored volume. A stacked stone fireplace accents one wall, and a series of built-in closet doors spreads across the other. © Eric Roth Photography
The Line House
The Line House
HufftHufft
The steep site on which this residence is located dictated the use of a retaining wall to create a level grade. This retaining wall, or “the line”, became the driving element behind the parti of the home and serves to organize the program for the clients. The rituals of daily life fall into place along the line which is expressed as sandblasted exposed concrete and modular block. Three aspects of a house were seperated in this project: Thinking, Living, & Doing. ‘Thinking’ is done in the library, the main house is for ‘living’, and ‘doing’ is in the shop. While each space is separated by walls and windows they are nonetheless connected by “the line”. Sustainability is married in equal parts to the concept of The Line House. The residence is located along an east/west axis to maximize the benefits of daylighting and solar heat gain. Operable windows maximize natural cross ventilation and reduce the need for air conditioning. Photo Credit: Michael Robinson
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