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Kristina Wolf Design
1. Strategically place tall potted plants. Fill vertical height in rooms with tall ceilings or fill bare, lonely corners with potted trees. As long as your space gets enough light to support the plant's needs (check with your garden store for instructions and recommendations), you really can't go wrong
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
will stand out while still giving you a space that feels serene.High ceiling tip: For ceilings 10 feet tall or higher, consider a rule of thumb allowing 1" of width for each foot of ceiling height. This isn't a hard and fast rule, and it doesn't work for lower ceilings. You wouldn't use an 8" wide molding
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Rocky Mountain Retreat
1. Red trim or a red door. When snow is covering the rooftops and walkways, nothing stands out quite like a bright, clear red. Paint your trim, front door or both in this bold hue, and your home will instantly stand out in a sea of bare trees and white drifts.
SIX KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF PAVILION-STYLE HOUSES1. Simple, rectangular, box-like volumesPavilion-style houses make use of simple volumes, linear geometries and an honest use of materials. Architects design rectangular, box-like volumes that are located in the context of the local environment, and angled
Here are the three essential elements to float your TV away from the wall. 1. Hide the back of the TV with cabinetry. 2. Place all your components inside the cabinet. 3. Use a power strip inside the cabinet so all cables and cords
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
2011 HHL Den
1. Shiny details in a room kick the word 'workspace' to the curb. Reflective, glitzy décor gives any space, including a workspace, an inviting divine feel. Don't let the word "home office"
C O N T E N T Architecture
The glass-front cabinets are 1 foot in depth; the solid-front cabinets are the full depth of the counter. "We decided to make the shallow cabinets glass so that the back wall wouldn't feel as heavy and dark," says Rowell. "The glass helps break up the weight of the wall."The glass-front cabinets also
costs $2 to $6 per linear foot.Cypress, which is decay resistant and strong, is utilized mainly in the Southeastern part of the United States. It costs $1.50 and up per linear foot.Pros: Warm, natural beautyCons: Can split or rot; regular sealant application is necessary