Dutch Door in an Entry. During warm weather months, the top door can stay open to admit breezes. A transom and sidelights frame the door for a formal look and to stretch the entry from wall to wall. The columns look like our basement entry
We recently caught up with Coco Republic Design School colour consultant Sharon Gage. She opens up about her impressive 25 year career as a colour specialist. What drew you to the world of colour? Colour has been, and always will be, the anchoring feature
Love this high ceiling/outdoor layout. Almost exactly what I am trying to achieve. Master bedroom on the left, kitchen and living looking straight in, outdoor BBQ area to the right with the privacy screen along that wall.
The roof. The Nest - The roof rakes north to south to admit light without overshadowing the neighbours, In renovating a Melbourne bungalow, Zen Architects considers efficiency and sustainability, as well as the neighbouring aspect.