furniture or decoration details.. we were responsible for the design of the structure only. Material (and color) choices were made directly between the contractor and homeowner, and perhaps even an interior designer we didn't collaborate with. Many of the furnishing pieces have been individually selected
Parker Home: A Life in Design, published in 2008 by Harry N. Abrams. Kim Parker Home received rave reviews and endorsements from The Times of London, Living etc., Image Interiors, Vanity Fair, EcoSalon, Page Six and The U.K. Press Association.
Brick wall / wood floor / mantle with lamps
overly decorated, but it does look intentional. Admission: This space is not in Northern California, but it gets its style from there.
in your home to help you with your pet-related chores? How does owning pets affect your choice of furniture and decor? Please share below!More:The Dog Days of Interior Design?Houzz Pets: 50 Design-Loving DogsDoghouses Worth a Wag: Report from Barkitecture 2011
of your home would be left in one piece if you had real elephants as pets (images of Jumanji are running through my mind). Keep your home on its feet by getting your fix with these mini statues instead.
another home because it can grow or shrink to fit many spaces. That being said, you might not want to tell the artist...
loves to decorate, she had to hold herself back in certain areas since she and her husband want to maintain the home's resale value. Resisting the urge to put up fun vintage wallpaper has been difficult, but her mix of modern and vintage pieces gives her home a unique sense of style. Alli's also made many
in her home by hand. She made many of the pillows, and recovered the lampshade next to the couch with a new striped fabric. Sofa: EKTORP from IKEASide tables: LACK from IKEAFlotaki rug: LUDDE from IKEA