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Balance Associates Architects
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Cortes
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include a journey, a traveling from point A to point B. Can our home do this as well? Can our home tell us about a journey from bedroom to kitchen? Can our home tell us what season it is by the way the light falls on the floor? Can our home mark the passage of time, as with grooves notched on a door
“material palette” — annebuchanan1957
Davidie Rozin Architects
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A Town house in Tel-Aviv
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the city, when you are en vacance, it seems natural to be outside more often. But back home, all too often we get stuck in the same routines, cooped up in our homes and offices, rarely feeling the sunshine on our skin. What an easy thing to remedy! Try bringing your coffee or tea onto the porch, go for
I want this in our garden
as an extension to our wall on Zoe's side
the city, when you are en vacance, it seems natural to be outside more often. But back home, all too often we get stuck in the same routines, cooped up in our homes and offices, rarely feeling the sunshine on our skin. What an easy thing to remedy! Try bringing your coffee or tea onto the porch, go for
exploring the city when you are en vacance, it seems natural to be outside more often. But back home, all too often we get stuck in the same routines, cooped up in our homes and offices, rarely feeling the sunshine on our skin. What an easy thing to remedy! Try bringing your coffee or tea onto the porch, go for
“Nice colour cussion in light blue” — Fiify Eluza
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: New York City
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couple have it in their blood to open their home those around them. "We always believe that the most important thing in your home is those you share it with", she says, "so we love to keep up our southern hospitality and are constantly welcoming guests into our home." Photo: Adrienne DeRosa Photography ©
under the stars. Welcoming guests into their home is a way of life for the Novogratzes, and in turn was the primary focus of this renovation. "We like to have a lot people over on the day-to-day as well as holiday family gatherings and parties with our friends", Cortney explains. With both Robert
An outdoor kitchen is a,part of my Dream Home
elaborate, maybe just a counter with a sink, storage drawers and room for a mini refrigerator. Would not need a built in barbecue, We would just use our own. This could be placed pretty much underneath the kitchen window.
“Patio” — monihel
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
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My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
redoing a small cottagey kitchen that appears similar in size. Window placement, etc. all the same. Wonderinf if this configuration would fit in our space.
Mixing materials in Montreal. “It’s where we work, where we cook and where friends gather when we have them over. It’s the heart of our home,” says Montreal homeowner Luce Beaulieu of this kitchen island. The Ikea piece has a mix of stainless steel cabinets, a wood top and a white glossy
Another in Montreal! See wall-mounted microwave and rest of home.
Reminds me of our island. But I do not like that cabinet bottom changes material.
stainless steel cabinet fronts for easy cleanup. This is now the family's favorite spot in the home. "It's where we work, where we cook and where friends gather when we have them over. It's the heart of our home," says Beaulieu.Cabinets, island: Ikea
“basement kitchen” — Jessica Berry Design
sarah & bendrix
living room
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to feel more like home. Perhaps you will have to edit out some of the old activities you no longer do, or develop some more routine in your life. Keep in communication with your tribe so you dance to the beat of the same drum. Keep your shared values before you and your life and home will stay more organized
love how the collection of different pillows wit different styles added to the simple couch and how the mix matched wall art and pictures creates a home-y fun vibe and adds comfort to the room
12. Ignore all principles in favor of creativity. Having some guidelines gives people a good starting point for furnishing and decorating their home, even if some of them aren’t practical for a particular space. Go with something personal that makes you smile and, above all, is comfortable. Overly
“raspored slika” — svjetlanag
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Antiques and curio items add interest to a Brooklyn brownstone
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1. Old things are unique and make your home more personal. Yes, those glossy catalogs are gorgeous, and designed and styled to entice us and your neighbors and friends, too — meaning that many of our homes end up looking strikingly similar simply because we have ordered furniture
the same places. But when you hunt down something in an antiques store or at a flea market, chances are you won’t see the same thing in your friend’s home. Working old stuff into your rooms also forces you to get more creative, coming up with interesting ways of putting things together you never would
1. Old things are unique and make your home more personal. Yes, those glossy catalogs are gorgeous, and designed and styled to entice us and your neighbors and friends, too — meaning that many of our homes end up looking strikingly similar simply because we have ordered furniture and accessories from
“m/t” — Leslie Elaine
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
Ideabooks10,780
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hi zoya85! it is from ikea.. it's not necessarily plush or luxurious feeling, but it has a good hand to it and is comfy on our feet. does that help?
where to use our cubby hole unit?
use of our cubbyholes for foyer/ could hold shoes and paint different colors? mirror over this area facing front door
is something to be said for having an entire studio devoted to your art (of course), but for most of us, finding creative space within the rest of our home is just how it goes. But that doesn't mean you must confine your creativity to one zone — in fact, the more you can integrate mini creativity spots
is something to be said for having an entire studio devoted to your art (of course), but for most of us, finding creative space within the rest of our home is just how it goes. But that doesn’t mean you must confine your creativity to one zone — in fact, the more you can integrate mini creativity spots
“Behind couch storage” — cburjan
Amplio
Girl bed room
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in the house, as any parent will tell you, can ramp up the chaos in even the most (formerly) orderly homes. Luckily, as parents, we do have control over a great deal of the stuff that enters our homes, including toys. For starters, rethink how many toys and games your child needs — an overabundance of
in the house, as any parent will tell you, can ramp up the chaos in even the most (formerly) orderly homes. Luckily, as parents, we do have control over a great deal of the stuff that enters our homes, including toys. For starters, rethink how many toys and games your child needs - an overabundance of
really about the train table, it’s the largest example — literally — of kid clutter that parents invite into their homes.Ask These 3 QuestionsAs with all the adult things you bring into your home, ask the same three questions of your children’s things: Do they love it? need it? use it? Ask your children to
“I like the desk” — emilyfudge2013
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