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Sarah Susanka, FAIA
Libertyville Not So Big Showhouse
Check smoke and CO alarms. Make sure your family is safe from all potential dangers by testing your smoke and CO alarms, and replacing batteries. Look at the manufacturing date on each of your alarms. According to Consumer Reports, smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years, and CO alarms should be
be replaced every five. Make sure that there's a CO alarm on every level of your home, and smoke alarms in every bedroom and hallway and the attic and basement.
Co-op What you own: In a housing co-op, you are actually purchasing stock in a privately held corporation — the corporation owns the building, and your share buys you the
At 750 square feet and situated on the top floor of a 1938 art deco edifice, Greene’s bachelor co-op was pretty sizable by city standards — it even had an extra foot of ceiling height, a sunken living room and a “little entry hallway that contributed to a sense of discovery,” he says. He liked it from
the right to lease an apartment from the company where you are part owner. Unlike condos, townhouses or TICs (described next), a co-op is actually considered personal property rather than real property.
New York Transformation
Does the candidate:Have projects? Obviously a co-op needs to be mutually beneficial. If you have a friend who's rude enough to have her home perfectly up-to-date and beautifully in order, don't bother asking her to be your DIY co-op partner. Have equal or complementary skills, goals and energy
to the table, and our similarities keep us there. And our energy levels are close enough that we're able to work together.Once you've found your DIY co-op partner, you need to schedule work times. Be sure to limit them to one house a day. Because of the flexibility in our schedules, Torey and I have
Leading Loudon Art Studio
Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: Renovated Farmhouse Merges Historic and Modern Elements
Bartafel Big Foot | Keijser & Co
eettafel bar keijser en co met stoelen van keijser en co in paarstinten
moved to the Netherlands, and insisted on the wineglass chandelier, Leitmotiv by Eibert Draisma.Table: Bartafel Big Foot, Keijser & Co; chairs: Bliss, Keijser & Co; cushion: Elenia, Fest Amsterdam; floor lamp: Slim Sophie, Flinders; curtains: silk and cotton, Designers Guild
Murphy & Co. Design
Cottage on the Hill
A barn door can even feel at home in a closet. In this generous walk-in designed by Murphy & Co., a sliding barn door can be pushed to one side to cover up the clothes behind.More: Barn Doors: They're Not Just for the FarmSliding Doors: Transition in High StyleOpening Acts: Folding, Sliding and Pivoting
Open the barn door. There was no good way to use a traditional swing door in this layout, so Jeff Murphy of Murphy & Co. Design opted for this painted poplar sliding one. It closes off either the closet or the entire room depending on its position."It also adds some fun barn-door-style
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
Hmmm I like the concept but I was thinking of a darker blue (just slightly darker). My co-ed cave has a brown leather couch with tan flooring. I'm still up in the air. I'm tired of the dull brown couch with white walls and tan floors.
royal blue brings a richness that actually enhances its masculinity; the balance of the ivory and camel modern sofa stops it from going overboard. A co-ed cave is born.
Interior Works Inc
Arts and Crafts Laundry Room
The window treatment is a custom roman shade.... Fabricated in our workroom, with co-ordinating fabric and trim to the bench seat in this laundry/mud room.
Hi -- this wallpaper is called "Iris" - designed by J.H. Dearle in c.1887; It is available through Sanderson; It is a William Morris & Co. design -- Pattern - Iris- WR8042/1; There is also a fabric which matches - PR 8042/1;
designers worked with Morris, and many of the original Morris & Co designs are still in production today. This laundry room shows the fresh, delicate pattern of Iris, designed by J.H. Dearle, one of the designers at Morris & Co in 1887.
DC Interiors & Renovations
Downtown Madison, WI Condo
Rebecca Turner, an interior designer and the co-owner of DC Interiors & Renovation, used reclaimed barn boards to create shelves that the cats can jump on and climb up and around to the kitchen.” —
What: Catwalks in a downtown condoLocation: Madison, WisconsinUploaded to Houzz: May 13, 2014Rebecca Turner, an interior designer and the co-owner of DC Interiors & Renovation, used reclaimed barn boards to create shelves that the cats can jump on and climb up and around to the kitchen. “We used
“Rebecca Turner, an interior designer and the co-owner of DC Interiors & Renovation, used reclaimed barn boards to create shelves that the cats can jump on and climb up and around to the kitchen