Tag Archives: House

“Lady Of The House” ~ 3 of 8 photos

Check out these awesome kitchen images: “Lady Of The House” ~ 3 of 8 photos Image by Urban Woodswalker Seen and noted at the May 2011 gallery reception of Simply Chicago Art – a gallery in Evanston, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago) "Lady of the House" Sculpture by Julie Whitehead Holdsworth Mixed Media "I am inspired by all materials, combining materials, color combinations, patterns, textures, and dimensions. I wish to… Read More »

“Lady Of The House” ~ 1 of 8 photos

Some cool awesome kitchen images: “Lady Of The House” ~ 1 of 8 photos Image by Urban Woodswalker Seen and noted at the May 2011 gallery reception of Simply Chicago Art – a gallery in Evanston, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago) "Lady of the House" Sculpture by Julie Whitehead Holdsworth Mixed Media "I am inspired by all materials, combining materials, color combinations, patterns, textures, and dimensions. I wish to set… Read More »

John Waddey Carter House 8

Some cool simple kitchen design images: John Waddey Carter House 8 Image by David Hoffman ’41 All views (and comments) are most appreciated. Thank you. If you use this image on your web site, you need to provide a link to this photo. [This is one of a set of 8 photos} The John Waddey Carter House in Martinsville, Virginia, was built in 1896; the architect was George Franklin Barber,… Read More »

Awesome house i didn’t get

Some cool awesome kitchen images: Awesome house i didn’t get Image by Katie@! Sorry, dude. World’s shittiest pictures. I didn’t check and see that my camera wasn’t taking them until I was about to leave. 🙁 Anyway, this is the kitchen. It’s kind of when you first walk into the door and then look to the right. Just off screen to the right is a door to the patio, a… Read More »

House on Mountain Road (James E. Frazier Farm) 8

Some cool modern kitchen images: House on Mountain Road (James E. Frazier Farm) 8 Image by David Hoffman ’41 [8 images make up this series] This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. This vernacular 2-story wooden-frame I-style house was probably built just before the turn of the 20th century. The roof is metal and… Read More »

“Lady Of The House” ~ 4 of 8 photos

A few nice awesome kitchen images I found: “Lady Of The House” ~ 4 of 8 photos Image by Urban Woodswalker Seen and noted at the May 2011 gallery reception of Simply Chicago Art – a gallery in Evanston, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago) "Lady of the House" Sculpture by Julie Whitehead Holdsworth Mixed Media "I am inspired by all materials, combining materials, color combinations, patterns, textures, and dimensions. I… Read More »

Bathroom, Santitham Guest House, Chiang Mai

Check out these modern bathroom design images: Bathroom, Santitham Guest House, Chiang Mai Image by David McKelvey Come experience amazing Thailand in the style and craftsmanship of Old World design but with the grace and elegance of New World amenities and services. We have taken a traditional Thai style house and created a modern villa with conveniences that today’s travelers expect. You will find our place comfortable and relaxing but… Read More »

Charles Graves House (c.1795), 123 Tradd Street, Charleston, SC

A few nice simple kitchen images I found: Charles Graves House (c.1795), 123 Tradd Street, Charleston, SC Image by Spencer Means "The three-story masonry single house with hipped roof and Federal style details was constructed for Charles Graves. One of the oldest buildings along upper Tradd Street…. The Federal influence is evidenced by the narrow central entrance with a molded architrave and tall transom with delicate neoclassical tracery [partially visible… Read More »

John Waddey Carter House 6

Check out these simple bathroom images: John Waddey Carter House 6 Image by David V. Hoffman All views (and comments) are most appreciated. Thank you. If you use this image on your web site, you need to provide a link to this photo. [This is one of a set of 8 photos} The John Waddey Carter House in Martinsville, Virginia, was built in 1896; the architect was George Franklin Barber,… Read More »