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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
I do! I have a small house, too. Keep it counter-height, like shown in your picture, so it's also comfortable standup working height for you. Then add counter stools. I use a stainless restraurant-style "work table" on wheels, so I can move it around easily to where I need it. Can pull away from
To me this just seems like a comfortable place to hang out. I'm always drawn to spaces with natural light.
table. When you need more kitchen prep space but don't want a giant island with to-the-floor storage, a tall table is a good solution. You can still comfortably do prep work, but this type of table takes up far less visual space than a built-in island.
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
along with the windows and new doors. It would be a dream and in N. C. even w/ cold winter days we could actually stay out there most of the year comfortably if it were just partially protected by the windowed areas, size of the walls.
6. In the same house, a side porch epitomizes the look and feel of a casual, comfortable modern farmhouse. See more photos of this homeFlooring: Transcend Decking in Gravel Path, Trex; wall lanterns: French Quarter 14-inch on Original Bracket in Electric, Bevolo; rug: Suzanne Kasler ikat indoor-outdoor
Elegant living room
17. This living room was a great example of how to make a large living room feel cozy and comfortable. A long space was broken up into different seating areas, which is great for entertaining or for when the clients are home alone. Plush upholstery
Kerrie L. Kelly
Vintage Modern Living
Where di you get the bedding...I love the comforter/duvet cover!
queen size mattress and bedding from Target's DwellStudio. Now work, exercise, sleep ... all can be accomplished in this room. I can't believe how comfortable our guests say their stays are here. Read on for more murphy bed ideas. Will one inspire you to consider this multi-functional way of living?
Design By Lisa
We used a creme colored dresser in this room and liked the way that it turned out. Because it was a nursery I was comfortable with having both light fiurniture and light wainscotting. It also kept the furniture neutral so that it could be used in either a boy's or a girl's
On the Rocker-GliderAnyone who has ever spent the night rocking a baby to sleep on a comfortable rocker-glider will tell you that they are well worth their exorbitant cost. Our rocker-glider works hard for the entire family, but most of all it supports my back, sitting bones and child on rough, sniffly
glass ceiling is stunning & would tremendously increase the amt of natural light. Flooring is solid wood & sturdy but could be carpeted for increased comfort. Before I consider, I'm curious of the cost & possible needs (permits & such). Any suggestions?
I like the idea of making this space a comfortable reading room.
wasted room. The low/pitched ceilings present a challenge, but making them giant skylights brings in tremendous light. (Adding low bookshelves and comfortable seating encourages NOT standing too tall here). More: Life in a Glass HouseIndoors, Looking Out
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this was a sconce from Visual comfort
I like its simplicity and comfortability
Scone by visual comfort
Sconce by Visual Comfort