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Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Admiral's House
Ideabooks52,751
Questions43
Weeks, a Boston financier who went on to become a U.S. Senator and U.S. Secretary of War. The home’s original architectural details include an elaborate
formal layout did not suit the family’s lifestyle. The owners charged Meyer & Meyer with complete renovation of the home’s interior, including the design of
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Add more formal seating. In this grander front entryway, the look of the furniture has been kicked up a few notches. A high-backed tufted settee is a great
“I like the idea of some seating by the front door to put on your shoes” — komelgrewal
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13 Reviews
Old Village - Mt. Pleasant
Ideabooks1,869
Questions6
vanity, ship lap...ship lap walls...Ship lap...Ship lath...Ship lap in girls bathroom...Vanity color, floor, ship lap...ship lap siding with crown
“Shiplap” — debbiephillips822
Burr & McCallum Architects
1 Review
Residence in South Egremont, Massachusetts
Ideabooks724
Questions4
Hi, can you tell me the manufacturer or source for the Ship Lap? I have a client who is interested
love it too! This is absolutely beautiful! What type of wood is it? Is it ship lap paneling? Pine? If you are willing to pass along any tips, I would love
Ship Lap Source...Walls ship lap...ship lap...Lights ship lap...Ship lap idea...Ship lap paneling...Love the ship lap walls
“Walls” — mother321
Anthony Baratta LLC
Hamptons Modern
Ideabooks5,052
Questions7
patterns and wall art are iconic '70s. Notice all the different geometrics mixed in together with distinctively shaped furniture.
ideal, and you can continue the geometric theme onto soft furnishings, furniture and even artwork.See 10 things a rug can do for you
This design technique is firmly rooted in fashion. In the 1960s British and other European fashion designers took two or three solid colors
shapes take centre stage in this living room. Neon wall art, featuring a 1970s-style geometric pattern, partners perfectly with a diamond rug and circle cushions
“shape and form” — Aakansha Sharma
Robert Holgate Design
Buena Vista
Ideabooks675
Questions1
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looks like PS will look when kitchen is moved. Angled furniture may be the solution to furniture placemen
I hate armchairs. Bluurggh! Rubbish! It’s just that I honestly, genuinely can’t remember where my bed is. It’s gone clean out of my tiny doggy brain. Sorry
Fortuny, available at Sue Fisher King; framed poster, upper left: Shepard Fairey’s Goddess of Peace; art lower left: Arthur Tress’ Man with a Horse; large painting:
Sorry. I’ve always been a bit forgetful. It’s like I can never remember whether I have had a walk or not, which is why I have to check with my owners several
“Groot vloerkleed” — ritje
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Lisa
Ideabooks3,280
Questions4
There is something about it, something intangible. I’d like to believe it’s my extraordinary design skills, but it is just a special space that has a glow
the living room, mementos collected from all over the world tell the couple’s story, while a collection of colorful pillows adds interest against the neutral
“It’s crucial that my home feels warm and colorful without being overwhelmingly cluttered. But I love — no, I need — color and texture,” says Lisa, who
really more comfortable in very modern, stark spaces,” she continues. “It’s his Norwegian blood. While I love clean, I need more warmth — woods, light
their accessories, while keeping all the paints neutral. Couch: Bloomingdale’s; reclaimed-wood Seguro Media Console: Crate & Barrel; paint: Weathered
“sectional” — designdiana
elaine richardson architect
the open house
Ideabooks3,825
Questions3
The terrace houses and cottages so typical of Sydney’s inner suburbs are usually positioned snug up against one another and traditionally
internal courtyard that can become part of the house whenever the weather’s fine.
Outdoor Armchair: Space Furniture; planter: Essential Cylinder: Garden Life
The terrace houses and cottages so typical of Sydney’s inner suburbs are usually
part of the house, but is outside.”Outdoor furniture: Eco Outdoor; single yellow outdoor seat: Space Furniture; potted plant: Garden Life
SUNWhat a way to take advantage of nature’s gifts! On days you want to enjoy the sun’s warmth, bi-fold doors open up to turn this mini courtyard into part
part of the house. When the temperature drops, just bring in the furniture and close the doors – the timberwork and greenery continue to make the closed
“Smaller scale open atrium” — Kerry McKenna
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Helena 1
Ideabooks18,827
Questions29
I have this same color of tile black ,green and white 50's bathroom.
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highlight the look — no fussy, dainty patterns or profiles. Picture a 1930s theater marquee and you'll have the idea. Glam it up: Like a stroke of eyeliner
Use of subway tile to mimic iconic 1950s tile.
highlight the look — no fussy, dainty patterns or profiles. Picture a 1930s theater marquee and you'll have the idea. Glam it up: Like a stroke of eyeliner
GreenMint green is creamy and cool and very close to turquoise. It can have a 1950s feel to it, as it does in this bathroom.
the plumbing – or not?Think carefully about fixtures and all the stuff that’s connected to them as you lay out the plumbing, electrical and framing, not
Clean look 50s pedestal sink, tile
“sink, sconces” — Annie Brooks
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