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Stuart Sampley Architect
16 Reviews
Dexter Residence
Ideabooks1,092
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is in a neighborhood that experienced two waves of development, first in the 1920s and then in the 1950s. Sampley referenced midcentury architecture, whose open layouts and clean material palettes translate well in Austin’s warm climate.
is actually made of glass, with the wood divider behind it. Instead of shunning guests away, it is a friendly move that invites guests into the home’s center. Privacy for the family was important. The wood wall is set close to the front door, making the angle difficult for visitors to see into adjacent
is in a neighborhood that experienced two waves of development, first in the 1920s and then in the 1950s. Sampley referenced midcentury architecture, whose open layouts and clean material palettes translate well in Austin’s warm climate.
“Nice. Mix it with wood.” — Dean Trevelino
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2 Reviews
Somerset Cottage
Ideabooks285
Questions2
didn’t want our daughter’s bedroom to be too girlie, so I’ve mixed in touches of green,” O’Mara says. Her 3-year-old is now trying to fill the room with princess posters, but O’Mara has insisted on a few smart details, such as the folding chair, a flea market find she’s topped with a sheepskin rug
a few smart details, such as the folding chair, a flea market find she’s topped with a sheepskin rug.
didn’t want our daughter’s bedroom to be too girlie, so I’ve mixed in touches of green,’ says Nicola. Even though her three-year-old is now trying to fill the room with princess posters, Nicola has insisted a few smart details, such as the foldaway chair, a flea-market find she’s topped with a sheepskin
“Cute curtains” — Julie Godbolt
gne architecture
5 Reviews
MPD Residence
Ideabooks2,275
Questions2
pendants, which can be customized to fit your particular space. Greg Epstein, gne Architecture’s founder, recommends studying the amount of light the fixture emits to make sure it’s sufficient for the location where it’s being installed.
pendants, which can be customized to fit your particular space. Greg Epstein, gne Architecture’s founder, recommends studying the amount of light the fixture emits to make sure it’s sufficient for the location where it’s being installed.
“Mirror” — Jenna Hamlyn
GardenWise
6 Reviews
Palisades Neighborhood NW Washington, DC
Ideabooks3,169
Questions3
Craftsman. Craftsman homes are defined primarily by their time period — the 1900s through the 1930s. This style includes bungalows, Prairie homes and Arts and Crafts homes; they often are distinguishable by the home’s structure and architectural details instead of the interior design. Look for: Low
Craftsman. Craftsman homes are defined primarily by their time period — the 1900s through the 1930s. This style includes bungalows, Prairie homes and Arts and Crafts homes; they often are distinguishable by the home’s structure and architectural details instead of the interior design.Look for: Low,
Craftsman. Craftsman homes are defined primarily by their time period — the 1900s through the 1930s. This style includes bungalows, Prairie homes and Arts and Crafts homes; they often are distinguishable by the home’s structure and architectural details instead of the interior design.Look for: Low, pitched
“paint color” — olve000567
James McCalligan Architect
6 Reviews
James McCalligan Architects Portfolio
Ideabooks997
Questions2
6. Create the “Goldilocks Effect.” No matter what time of day or year, the home’s temperature, lighting and noise levels should be just right during an open house. Room temperatures should be not too hot and not too cold. Blinds, shades
Remove sight-line impairments. Artists, architects and designers are well versed in the simple trick of drawing the eye to something appealing, whether it’s a unique color, the next room or a special view. Eliminate items such as knickknacks, toys, small appliances and bath products that stop the eye, or worse
attractive selling points like stunning hardwood floors or beautiful tilework. “Bathrooms, especially small ones, will look bigger without the rugs. If it’s a huge master spa bath with a coordinated rug, then it can stay if it warms up a big, cold space,” Tyler says.
“Can the mantel go across to be a shelf?” — Judy Douglas
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Ideabooks93,749
Questions16
clean up afterwards; and then do it over and over again. It’s the laundry of food. For dinner, try this: Choose 14 seasonal meals — that’s two weeks of dinners. Make a master list of ingredients and make those meals over and over again. If it’s something freezable like a soup, double the recipe then serve
cook; clean up afterwards; and then do it over and over again. It’s the laundry of food. DinnerChoose 14 seasonal meals – that’s two weeks of dinners. Make a master list of ingredients and make those meals over and over again. If it’s something freezable such as a soup, double the recipe then serve one
breakfast, figure out the healthiest, best options that fit your family’s tastes and schedule.
“Pantry” — Kindell Williams
Gabriel Holland Interior Design
1 Review
1960's House
Ideabooks208
Questions1
White walls and a simple glossy floor are the result of Holland’s quest for simplicity and purity in her home. “The gray painted floor has an art-gallery feel about it and was created by using cheap factory floor paint
so I wanted to cleanse my eyes in the evenings. Plus, we’ve introduced interest with artwork and, of course, the bright pink wardrobe!” It was Suter’s idea to refresh the wardrobe (found abandoned on a pavement) with pink paint. The gray sofa was originally from the Conran Shop and was a bargain eBay
White walls and a simple glossy floor are the result of Gabriel’s quest for simplicity and purity in her home. ‘The grey-painted floor has an art gallery feel about it and was created by using cheap factory floor paint
“color of cabinet” — durbinjenn
Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
uptown country kitchen photo: Mike P Kelley
Ideabooks4,133
Questions10
I stumbled across this fixture at a charity shop. It appears to be 1960's. It's ceramic. Oh my goodness I love that thing!
Wansink is the first to admit that nobody is perfect and that it’s impossible to do everything. He’s developed a 100-point checklist, featured in the book, that allows homeowners to gauge how well their kitchen is working for them. It contains phrases like, “There is a blender on the counter” and “A
“A fruit bowl is visible.” Check fewer than 40, and your kitchen is working against you. Above 60 and it’s working for you. (I scored a 48. Wansink’s family got an 83.)“People who don’t have a microwave or keep their microwave in a different room tend to weigh less,” he says. “They cook more from scratch
“Doggie plates” — sonchisima
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