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Ideas For Lance Ranch

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Some of the things we are looking for are 1. counter seating, 2. glass wall system 3. chef kitchen

The front hallway links the living room to the kitchen and dining area.
At the opposite end of the house, the soaking tub gets almost daily use.
While most of the ground level is given over to the large open living and dining area, it also includes a small pantry,...
A custom-tailored mechanism allows six floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors to open along the entire width of the...
An Atypical Modern Home in Southern California
If good fences make good neighbors, then Shino and Ken Mori are the best neighbors ever.
In the kitchen, teak-and- thermofoil cabinets and Caesarstone countertops mix with Miele appliances—wall ovens,...
Cantilevered Roof...
1950s Ranch
This addition and renovation of a midcentury California ranch home is tied together with warm ipe wood. In Menlo Park, California, a retired couple set out to...
Wakeland goes to work on the garden terraces where the couple grows much of their own food.
Thanks to Matthew Hufft, their envelope-pushing architect and longtime friend, Hannah and Paul Catlett have a new home...
Bird Chairs, Diamond Chairs, and Dining Chairs by Harry Bertoia provide ample seating on this cantilevered porch, which...
How to Set the Stage For Outdoor Living With Scenic Doors
With an impressive array of scenic doors that capture views and connect spaces both inside and outside the home, Marvin Windows...
The custom island also features a cut-out shelf.
In the living room, a Nelson bench doubles as a coffee table, and a wood-burning stove from Cleanburn Stoves keeps the...
Channeling Midcentury Modern in Northern California
A Silicon Valley couple call in the firm behind Apple’s most recognized retail locations to design a relaxed retreat.
10 Open Kitchen Solutions That Will Get Things Cooking
In some sense, the kitchen is the center of the home—a warm, cozy spot where everyone tends to gather.
Skylights illuminate this tucked-away desk, which the homeowner can hide by sliding the doors closed.
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