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Details, Floorplans Unveiled For Peter Pennoyer's First Condos - Development Update-O-Rama - Curbed NY

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See Why this Art-Filled Penthouse in New York City is So Desirable

Terrace and Outdoor Spaces are conquering some importance when the matter is outdoor architectural accents, so at Home Inspiration Ideas, I decided to boost you


Classic cape cod exterior - what if we rebuilt our existing porch cover to have a pointed roof?

Siegel created the trellis and fireplace for the rooftop terrace, above the master bedroom. The slate paving is from Stone Source, the daybeds and glass-top tables are by Dedon, and the pillows are made of Sunbrella by Les Toiles du Soleil and Janus et Cie fabrics. The plantings are by Miguel Pons Landscaping and Matthias Kirwald Landscaping.

Look Inside a Sprawling Manhattan Penthouse Filled with Midcentury Modernism

A combination of midcentury, Japanese, and Art Deco influences brings a welcoming intimacy to a sprawling Manhattan residence


Bartlesville Outdoor Living - traditional - patio - oklahoma city - by DRM Design Group Landscape Architecture & Planning

We often call these sunrooms in the U.S. In England they would have a glass roof and be called a Conservatory!

Sunrooms Ideas: Seamless Exterior Additions

Sunrooms Ideas: Seamless Exterior Additions Sunrooms are common additions because they support a casual lifestyle and add flexible living space. These sunroom ideas show the many ways to build and use four-season spaces

Gray Wash Pergola Over Patio with White Outdoor Firpelace - Contemporary - Deck/patio

First Impressions: Tips to revamp your entry way, courtesy of the best entrances out there!  Design Tips | Decorating | Organization | Beautiful Rooms | Halls and Entryways | Hadley Court Interior Design blog

First Impressions: Tips to Up Your Entryway

In a Boston townhouse designed by Wells & Fox, the entrance hall features a chandelier by Jean de Merry, which hangs above a Samuel Kasten Tisserand rug.