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Katie Hastings Design LLC
original Tudor kitchen, remodeled
Ideabooks9,670
Questions27
The Priori T2 undercabinet light by American Lighting is what was used in this project. Great light, also available in LED. ...
“arrangement of appliances” — sandypad
Regina Sturrock Design Inc.
2 Reviews
Regina Sturrock Design Classicism With a Twist
Ideabooks77,052
Questions48
We at American Masonry Supply, can make ceiling designs like this and many others as well. We manufacture them in plaster and resin materials.
“Sitting area” — meltdowne
OUTinDesign
4 Reviews
Ultimate Beach House
Ideabooks13,635
Questions12
Thanks for your interest in my work! I loved doing this room - actually the whole house was really an amazing opportunity to unite my French and American coastal roots (Brittany, France and Norfolk, Virginia). This room was Key West-inspired using an aqua-hued color scheme. If I recall correctly, the
“wooden ceiling” — dulcecasa
Kasey Buick
1 Review
Lola B's
Ideabooks12,511
Questions4
Hatboxes. All Southern women know when a hat is required, and in my opinion, that group at the royal wedding has nothing on African American women when it comes to selecting and sporting the best hats. More:Flea Market Finds: Botanical Prints12 Ways to Prep the Front Porch for SummerSouthern
“Style” — megan_kersey
Chalet
7 Reviews
Chalet Interiors
Ideabooks280K
Questions152
you use to describe these popular winter warmers will depend on where you come from. Australians typically use Doona and quilt, Brits use duvet and Americans use comforter. Bedding shops in Australia tend to avoid Doona (which is a trademarked product) in favour of continental quilt. They can be filled
“Bed, and netural colors” — chanel28
Eclectic Bedroom
Ideabooks32,433
Questions6
Hemp is eight times stronger than cotton, which is why it was often used to weave sails and rope for the British and American navy. This project used hemp rope to hang an adorable daybed from the ceiling.
“Love the hanging bed” — blueisbox
The Renovated Home
1 Review
Park Avenue and 72nd
Ideabooks21,567
Questions18
nook thing. What about something like this in the kitchen, and then we have a proper dining table for Christmas and such? Or is that too extravagant/American-ish? The little nook idea is tremendous. I am really impressed with this. I love your idea about a separate dining table but would we have the room
“Banquette” — lesdave
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
Ideabooks2,562
Questions5
8. We’ll be speaking your languageIf Americanisms such as ‘countertop’, ‘nosy parker’ or ‘thrift store’ have left you scratching your head in the past, you can rest easy. We’re in Australia now
“the colors” — jeversley
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