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The Bazeley Partnership
New Home near Bude, Cornwall
the junction a stove’s flue – where and how it’s going to hit the ceiling. Or if you have exposed trusses in your bedroom, do you really want them hanging directly over your head? If they are painted in to match the ceilings, the junctions become less obvious.
On Common Ground Landscapes
alive at night. Try placing lighting under a bench seat for a subtle illumination, make a ring of lanterns on the grass around your dining table or hang strings of lights overhead. Landscape lighting placed farther away in the garden will make the space seem larger and more mysterious.
Boutique Mews House, London
demonstrates a super stylish alternative – foxed mirror glass, which creates a softer reflection and brings subtle burnished colour to the scheme. Hanging mirrors high also prevents them from reflecting you from the minute you step into the room.
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
Want to add a high-end feel to a small kitchen? Instead of hanging a pair of pendants over a kitchen island, choose a chandelier in white to keep it bright and airy.
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
East Village Studio
to keep the apartment cooler during the heat of the day. Fling open the windows during the evenings to refresh the air and let in a cool breeze.15. Hang blackout curtains. This add-on for curtains or shades doesn't just keep it dark in the bedroom in the morning, it can also help insulate your apartment
AR Design Studio Ltd
rowEnsure nobody is left out of the conversation with a row of lights hung along a dining table. This design by Flos is a single piece, but you could easily hang a row of single pendants if you have a favourite design.
CDA Interior Design
Waco Symphony Showhouse 2013
prints and a celestial chandelier, to bridge the gap between the furnishings and the ceiling. At the same time, she kept the focus at eye level, hanging a large pair of shorebird prints smack in the middle of the bookcases. “Using those two prints gave me that really strong focal point and allowed the
Sue De Chiara's home
to transition between the indoors and out. Separate cubbies or lockers for everyone in the family keep things organized. This example has room for hanging outerwear and bags, a spot for shoes below and a special basket for other items overhead.