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In Detail Interiors
10 Reviews
Great details
Ideabooks2,821
Questions5
y.com/s/corbett-lighting-dolcetti.html The Trans Globe Casablance collection: http://www.nationalbuildersupply.com/s/trans-globe-casablanca.html and the Corbett Lighting Riviera Collection: http://www.nationalbuildersupply.com/s/corbett-lighting-riviera.html I hope that helps! -Rachael @NBS
high seating (2-4) butcher block & granite
“prep sink” — wendypel
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Laidlaw Schultz architects
Family room
Ideabooks2,085
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early 1960s purchased in the '80s from a vintage shop in Hollywood. They were orange Naugahyde originally but reupholstered 10 years ago in Knoll fabric.
Seating area and pool beyond
the 70's....
“Pool in window” — raiderrags
Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Living Room
Ideabooks6,939
Questions12
in the seating. I always wonder which styles can go together well. This looks great!
designer’s “product” is the skill and expertise he or she brings to every project. The way a room is staged and the placement of objects is a tangible manifestation of a designer’s value. Ask your designer about his or her decisions. You bring valuable viewpoints to a project that will make it all come
client’s satisfaction is the most important goal. These tips can help you have a positive and productive experience with a designer:Have a general idea of what you want to spend, including designer charges. Keep in mind that it doesn't all need to happen at once (you can decorate in stages), but be realistic
“Nice” — mysee
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
Hammett
Ideabooks6,843
Questions4
1950s. The era that embraced the charm and humor of the Cleavers and Lucy, created the interstate highway system and saw the fulfillment of the American dream in the suburban ranch house was an era of expansive joy. And if there was one thing that symbolized this, it had to be automobile tail fins
the 1950s epitomized the optimism of the decade. I can still picture my parents' multigreen Pontiac Parisienne and my uncle's red Corvette. From mint greens to turquoise to soft and creamy yellows, our cars came in just about every pastel imaginable, it seems.
“Colors at beach” — nancyjacobson
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Open Concept Living Space
Ideabooks1,403
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Washington’s most respectable addresses. But its curvaceous 1960s architecture still poses design challenges for residents seeking to transform their outdated apartments for contemporary living. Inside, the living area now extends from the terrace door to the kitchen and an adjoining nook for watching TV
“tables en verre et fauteil large” — larakanj
Hammer Architects
5 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro
Ideabooks2,028
Questions1
the 1950s Butterfly Roof and its windows (right).
windows 1950s or 1960s
outside seating
“Love the windows, roof angle -- maybe not a good fit with farmhouse style” — Brett Freelen
Tom Hurt Architecture
River Road House_Living
Ideabooks3,972
Questions8
your '70s ceiling. Wood on the ceiling is an old idea. However, it has taken a life of its own in the past few years. To make wood work above, you need to make sure you have either enough ceiling height or enough square footage. Otherwise, it may make your room feel cramped and claustrophobic. Here, the
“Ceiling” — Massimiliano Piccolo
Kenneth M Wyner Photography Inc
7 Reviews
Barbara Hawthorn Interior Design
Ideabooks3,755
Questions3
then that’s the one to keep. Choose a funky little snapshot that brings you right back to that day over a gallery-quality image that stirs no emotion whatsoever. Choose the one or two shots that make you feel the ocean breeze and smell the coconut oil, and confidently toss the ones that don’t blow your
then that’s the one to keep. Choose a funky little snapshot that brings you right back to that day over a gallery-quality image that stirs no emotion whatsoever. Choose the one or two shots that make you feel the ocean breeze and smell the coconut oil, and confidently toss the ones that don’t blow your hair
people’s photos take up storage space in computers, the piles of photographic prints persist. Phelps’ ideabook helps us appreciate and protect the good ones, while cutting down on the clutter caused by photos no one cares about.Full story: Help for Whittling Down the Photo Pile
“Molding” — janbarone
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