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Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Crown Hill Remodel
Ideabooks11,974
Questions8
We're trying to get two desks onto a 7'10" space, and we love the idea of creating the floating desk on the wall. My wife wants to just anchor the "desk" part to the wall & put some filing cabinets in the middle to support it.
In love with the desk - where did you buy it or did you create it from scratch?
Create an information hub. "This small office is what we call the information center in the house," says architect David Neiman. "As computers have become
“double desk!” — mill2000
AMI Designs
5 Reviews
Forth Solonga Family Room
Ideabooks2,800
Questions6
Back to back love seats creates 2 separate seating areas
Placing two loveseats back to back in the middle of this large room creates two distinct areas, each with its own decorating scheme. This is a great way to treat a large space, yet make it feel livable.
Placing two loveseats back to back in the middle of this large room creates two distinct areas, each with its own decorating scheme. This is a great way to treat a large space, yet make it feel livable.
“green sofa” — BeverleyLee
Magni Inc
Jackson Wyoming
Ideabooks1,189
Questions4
PERFECTION….I love the look you created here! Could you please share with me the manufacturer and color of the kitchen cabinets and the countertops? Thank you for your time!
create high toe kicks with cabinet feet
Hanging lights to creat intimacy
“nice space” — lwalmsley
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
Ideabooks3,611
Questions1
Use flagstone to create a patio in your front yard. Think about removing the grass and replace it with shrubs, grasses, flowers etc to add some texture to your landscape.
Could create an intimate destination seating area at the corner
Create view
“Rustic shrubbery” — jch0655
Canton Custom Homes
Hickory Lane
Ideabooks2,748
Questions4
Create a passageway and like book shelves
Create spaces with bookcase
created separation by building bookcases...
“Again, these are perfect to separate my space without closing it in!!” — clark1ac
SFGIRLBYBAY
sfgirlbybay
Ideabooks3,298
Questions2
Create little vignettesPretty piles of interesting books make wonderful vignettes around your home. This little stack on a vintage chair turns the blocked-up fireplace into an eye-catching feature, and makes it easy to browse the books. Try using different-coloured spines to create different
Stack it upFor a subtle nod to the trend, experiment with stacking coffee table books so that their spines create an interesting typography effect. This can be achieved pretty much anywhere in the house. Just make sure the background isn’t too busy. Adopt the adage:
“mantel” — vickiegarnerl
Henry Yorke Mann architect
1 Review
Quietude
Ideabooks871
Questions0
Mann divided the home according to function and created four well-defined areas: an outside porch and entrance, a kitchen and dining room, a sleeping area and a bathroom.
Mann divided the home according to function and created four well-defined areas: an outside porch and entrance
Mann divided the home according to function and created four well-defined areas: an outside porch and entrance, a kitchen and dining room, a sleeping area and a bathroom.
“end table” — office12
Christopher Scott Homes
9 Reviews
Dream Home Master Bath
Ideabooks19,654
Questions10
This is a shower worthy of a castle. Creamy stone, graceful arches and a vaulted ceiling all create ambiance fit for royalty.
Ancient history. Repeat history and re-create a Roman bathhouse feeling with arched doorways and marble tile. A stainless-steel tub and a luxurious shower
create niche in foyer
“Inspired by the walk-in hamam like shower room” — Vanparys-Whitby Design
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