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NEFF Kitchens
Color, Patterns and Texture
Ideabooks374
Questions1
Pat­terns and Tex­ture Equidis­tant hor­i­zon­tal bands of Ap­ple wood ve­neer, along with a triple chim­ney range hood cre­ates an ex­tra­or­di­nary graphic. The nat­u­ral rich col­or­ing and hand pol­ished
and un­in­ter­rupted back­splash. A flush door­way to the left of the Re­frig­er­a­tor opens into a walk in Pantry com­plete with its own coun­ter­top to sup­port a plethora of small ap­pli­ances that would oth­er­wise
of the Ap­ple wood, is framed with tex­tured Ash ve­neer in a dark carob stain. Stain­less steel door frame cab­i­nets fea­ture in­te­grated task light­ing and elec­tri­cal out­lets over the coun­ter­top, leav­ing a bright
“Love” — tracelind
Kat Alves Photography
3 Reviews
Soda Spring Residence
Ideabooks1,466
Questions3
Re­mov­ing wall-to-wall car­pet­ing, which off-gases chem­i­cals and har­bors tox­ins and pol­lu­tants, is the health­i­est thing you can do in your bed­room. Hard­wood, nat­u­ral linoleum and cork are
are all great al­ter­na­tives. A few things to con­sider about floor­ing: • If you choose bam­boo, shop care­fully. Pre­fin­ished bam­boo floor­ing can off-gas formalde­hyde and other harm­ful chem­i­cals. • If you
hard­wood, use a wa­ter-based fin­ish. • If you do choose car­pet­ing, opt for un­treated 100 per­cent wool and have it in­stalled us­ing a tack-down method rather than glue. • Seal ex­ist­ing car­pet us­ing AFM Safe­coat’s
“nice gray” — JoLene Bennett
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks1,114
Questions1
front yard, my fa­vorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chan­ti­cleer pear," says Sims. "It soft­ens the ex­panse of a drive­way to help min­i­mize hard­scape and pro­vides the vis­i­tor with di­rec­tion to the front
Chan­ti­cleer pear. Pyrus calleryana, or chan­ti­cleer pear, is con­sid­ered by many to be a good street tree be­cause of its ten­dency not to "lit­ter" leaves. It grows in a pyra­mi­dal shape, so it's easy to fit in nar­row ar­eas. "For
of chan­ti­cleer pear trees is part of a project by Mi­lieu De­sign. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in sum­mer; turns fiery or­ange in fall; de­cid­u­ous Light re­quire­ment: Full sun Wa­ter re­quire­ment:
“Path” — rcallahan13
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Jodie Rosen Design
16 Reviews
Modern Eclectic
Ideabooks2,140
Questions7
its flaw­less fin­ish ex­tends over both the in­te­rior and ex­te­rior sur­faces. Man­u­fac­tured with WET­MAR™, an ul­tra-re­sis­tant com­pos­ite ma­te­rial, this model comes in a glossy or matte white
x 4 di­men­sions, this ves­sel sink from the new OVE col­lec­tion fea­tures slen­der, rounded edges ac­cen­tu­ated by shapely, well-de­fined curves. The per­fect com­ple­ment to the BOV 01-62 and BOV 01-66 model bath­tubs, its
white fin­ish. In­stal­la­tion type: above-counter Wall or counter-top plumb­ing in­stal­la­tion re­quired
“Faucet” — brookinc
Benco Construction
6 Reviews
Sims Road
Ideabooks890
Questions4
The liv­ing room is an ad­di­tion, lo­cated be­tween the orig­i­nal main house and the new garage. “Orig­i­nally, we thought we would Sheetrock the ceil­ing,” says Ben­tivegna. “But dur­ing con­struc­tion, when
the ex­posed beams, we got an­other idea.” To give the ceil­ing even more tex­ture, pine floor­ing was painted white and ap­plied be­tween the beams.
The liv­ing room is an ad­di­tion, lo­cated be­tween the orig­i­nal main
“Orig­i­nally, we thought we would Sheetrock the ceil­ing,” says Ben­tivegna. “But dur­ing con­struc­tion, when we saw the ex­posed beams, we got an­other idea.” To give the ceil­ing even more tex­ture, pine floor­ing was
“The arrangement of the furniture around the fire place” — Vanessa Murguia
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
N Street Residence
Ideabooks2,074
Questions2
loosely, how­ever — true Egyp­tian cot­ton is grown and pro­cessed ac­cord­ing to spe­cific stip­u­la­tions. Be sure you're buy­ing from a qual­ity man­u­fac­turer and again, feel the ma­te­rial for soft­ness.
Egyp­tian, pima and Sea Is­land cot­tons are the gold stan­dard, so look for those terms on the pack­ag­ing and check to be sure the fab­ric is 100 per­cent that ma­te­rial. Some grow­ers use the term "Egyp­tian cot­ton" loosely
Egyp­tian, pima and Sea Is­land cot­tons are the gold stan­dard, so look for those terms on the pack­ag­ing and check to be sure the fab­ric is 100 per­cent that ma­te­rial.
“these pulls could work” — gypsywind82
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
Z-loft
Ideabooks4,305
Questions7
this paint­ing a very in­ter­est­ing ad­di­tion to this city loft. The paint­ing has a tran­quil feel­ing to it yet also cap­tures the en­ergy of a city with its sweep­ing ex­panse of road. It could be early dawn or the mo­ment when
Style Se­cret: Over­scale Art Walls in con­tem­po­rary rooms don't usu­ally have much in the way of adorn­ment: no heavy mold­ings, no plate col­lec­tions, no fam­ily photo group­ings. So they're a per­fect foil for large works
that shine best amid gallery-style sim­plic­ity. Can­vases should be framed very cleanly, if at all. Stream­lined sculp­ture, black-and-white pho­tog­ra­phy, glass and prints also work. And if you like your art a lit­tle edgy, it'll feel right at home.
“full wall art” — mandimu
Design Studio -Teri Koss
8 Reviews
Masterbath
Ideabooks1,177
Questions2
vases in un­ex­pected places. A flower ar­range­ment on the din­ing room ta­ble is nice, but a dis­play liven­ing up a hall­way, foyer or bath­room speaks vol­umes about your thought­ful­ness and hos­pi­tal­ity. In a pinch
even pur­chase (or cut your own) flow­ers and split them up for two ar­range­ments to spread cheery trop­i­cal fla­vor around the home. If you have a plant in the gar­den with fra­grant flow­ers such as the gar­de­nia (Gar­de­nia jas
jas­mi­noides) or moon­flower (Ipo­moea alba), try float­ing them in a bowl on the bath­room sink so that they can lend their aroma to a most unaro­matic place.
“flowervas” — gajjarur
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