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The French Tradition
Kitchens of The French Tradition
Ideabooks150K
Questions13
Appliances and Spices in Pantry. Roll out Drawers
The fact that the toaster. And kettle are hidden away!!
built in microwave, toast, etc spot hidden away always plugged in
All appliances put away
“pantry” — sheilasrere
Woodale Designs Ireland
2 Reviews
Bi-Fold larder
Ideabooks17,475
Questions10
tambour door for an appliance garage, but I prefer the tambour door because it rolls up and out of the way.
Love the fact everything gets hidden away less is more!
Tuck appliances away...Hide away cabinets...Hide-away coffer pot
“Cabinets” — Sue Pohl
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Bedroom
Ideabooks20,526
Questions20
Where did you get the Roman shades in that pattern?
custom make shades like these? They are stunning!
The fabric on the roman shades and chair throw pillow appears to be Quadrille's Henriot Floral, Turquose
cushions and throws and it becomes a quiet retreat to head to with a book, away from the bustle of family life.
cushions and throws and it becomes a quiet retreat to head to with a book, away from the bustle of family life.Discover how to blitz clutter from your guest
sweet florals. Bright teal hue notwithstanding, the fabric on the Roman shades and the armchair pillow in this room retains its cottage flavor. Substitute
There's no wooden shades in this room
“Long cushion made of saris” — carrieslavinski
Crisp Architects
50 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks8,050
Questions6
curtains work very well protecting my porch from the rain and storms. They roll up out of the way when not needed or I can lower them down for sun protection
that first truly warm day. Inspect the floor and repaint if needed. Sweep away dust and cobwebs, wipe down the mailbox and porch light, get a new doormat
trim work, roll up canvas shades
“Windows” — mistywoodford
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Santa Barbara Residence
Ideabooks7,966
Questions6
roman shades are a good idea for sliding door as well. table at foot of bed--coffee
streamlining and shedding excess. Roll up your fluffiest rugs in favor of flat-weave ones or bare floors, and put away throws and pillows that feel too
Rolling door
“door” — amyarnberg
Green Apple Design
Spring Parade 2012
Ideabooks28,658
Questions19
looking into options for motorized shades may make your life easier.
Is this a roller shade? What type of window treatment
window sill for nik-naks even when the shade is down. It also blocks more of the "heat transfer" when the shade is down. It does make it harder to operate
is this a roll up blind??...love the look, what is the material and manufacturer??
white blind in the window. Where does is come from? It looks like there is no roll.
Light filtering shade store white roller type
install some simple window treatments such as pleated or roller shades. Just be sure the shade material is 100 percent polyester — or another nonabsorbent
“faucet” — S'rae McCaslin
Design Innovations
7 Reviews
Lounging at the Lake- Lake Minnetonka
Ideabooks2,046
Questions3
Is there a roll down vinyl shade on these screens? Thank you.
and well done, love the screen and or shades or both. I've been looking at ipe but it's hard to find in a shade like yours....is it ipe? Thanks a lot.
roll up screens?...Railings, roll down screen...Screens are roll-down??...Rolled screens
“Rails” — janndlee
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
lavender
Ideabooks3,621
Questions3
moisture, keep the soil cool in summer and warm in winter, and help keep weeds away. When applying mulch it is important not to let it touch the base of your
insects can flourish. A general rule is to keep mulch at least 3 to 6 inches away from the base of a plant.
moisture, keep the soil cool in summer and warm in winter, and help keep weeds away.When applying mulch it is important not to let it touch the base of your
insects can flourish. A general rule is to keep mulch at least 3 to 6 inches away from the base of a plant.Learn more about mulch
“Doable” — Heidi Crawford
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