This black kitchen with a wooden countertop opens up to the deck for complete indoor / outdoor living. By using clear glass for the kitchen backsplash, it lets the rocks in the garden appear as a piece of art. When needed, the kitchen can be closed off to the elements with accordion glass doors.

The rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

This black kitchen with a wooden countertop opens up to the deck for complete indoor / outdoor living. By using clear glass for the kitchen backsplash, it lets the rocks in the garden appear as a piece of art. When needed, the kitchen can be closed off to

Haynes Wood Grey on weatherboards white trim and black front door and steps, then just add greenery. #exteriorpaintcolours

Haynes Wood Grey on weatherboards white trim and black front door and steps, then just add greenery.

425 Magazine Idea House | Oregon Tile & Marble

While they were house hunting in Seattle, Bob and Michele Conrad met builder Todd Lozier and he told them about a project he was working on, a 1966 house designed by modernist architect Ralph Anderson

exterior of home with chelsea gray painted shakes, black painted double front door and white trim with dark charcoal ledgestone

Gray and White Home – Marble, Dark Wood and More!

exterior of home with chelsea gray painted shakes, black painted double front door and white trim with dark charcoal ledgestone *grey house, white trim, black door

step off porch

My dream house! 😍 The exterior sconces are original to Zaik's 1956 design. A series of decks wraps around the house, connected by aggregate walkways that are part of a hardscape jointly designed by Helgerson's office and Lilly Villa Gardens.

Rachel and Marty's Modern-Classic Renovation | HOMES TO LOVE

Rachel and Marty's modern-classic renovation — Homes to Love

Renovation lovers Rachel and Marty Rankin show off their fourth joint home improvement project with this classic Victorian cottage makeover.

Room with a view. Wonderful lighting!!

Architecture - Glass Reading Room — My only worry? UV damage to the books. Hope those windows have museum-grade


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