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Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Jennifer and Chris
Ideabooks5,259
Questions5
AFTER: They gutted the space and added wainscoting and tile floors for a fresh, welcoming space.
Small space well used
Small space
“also like the door color...girl's room, maybe.” — Jennie McCashin
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Nina Jizhar
3 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks7,809
Questions14
I like the furniture arrangement it does not look cluttered. I like the openness of the space. I don't like things to look cluttered or like I have too much furniture.
This is a good scheme for my living space
Mix period furniture. It can be intimidating to think about mixing furniture styles because you don't want a space that feels chaotic. However, it you select a color palette that weaves through all of the furniture pieces, it will turn out surprisingly well. Here, a Victorian-style settee and classic
classic wing chair are paired with a clean, modern sofa. The common hues of off-white and black bring the entire space together.
“Chair” — alpal73
Andre Rothblatt Architecture
6 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks10,214
Questions15
functional layout with lots of work space in relatively modest size
Another iconic design, by Norman Cherner, this bar stool works in modern and transitional spaces. The swanky back is surprisingly comfortable.
in square footage to fit two sinks, a range, an oven, two dishwashers, a large refrigerator, a wine refrigerator and a warming drawer. Although the space is quite large, it was still a challenge to decide how to configure all of that into the kitchen layout. Cabinets: Custom Alder, made by City Cabinetmakers
Another iconic design, by Norman Cherner, this bar stool works in modern and transitional spaces. The swanky back is surprisingly comfortable.
“Counter” — lauriesue333
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Oregon Coast Home
Ideabooks8,945
Questions8
Perf chill room. So much space
Most of us won't have boat-shaped day beds docked in our living space, but a round rope mat is a great easy addition.Tip: Glue rope in a circle to a round piece of industrial felt or canvas.
3. If you have the space, get creative with an oversized day bed. This suspended style hints at a slight nautical
“THE BOAT BED/SWING” — Matt Barrett
COLECCION ALEXANDRA
Living room
Ideabooks5,978
Questions3
awesome living room, the space is gorgeous
While black rooms can feel gloomy during the day, nighttime is a different story. Sleek, mysterious and — dare I say? — sexy, this ebony space comes alive as the day ends.
Look closely: That's an alphabet pattern on the rug in this glam Hollywood Regency–style space.
“Photo wall” — coldstream7
Current Concepts Home Automation
2 Reviews
James M. Residence
Ideabooks5,553
Questions3
I love having the ceiling an accent color to help define a separate space. L
space - low ceiling dark woods
9. Say "cheers." A home bar can create a lively social spot in your home, plus it's a great space that benefits from a more masculine design. More bar spaces: Home Bars Tap Into Guy-Friendly Style
“Color” — ServiceMaster Quality Restoration
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
Ideabooks406
Questions2
simply restored to their former glory. The bay at the back of the house mimics the bay in this room, connecting the original Victorian with the modern spaces in back.
with the modern spaces in back.Light: Yvette, Beacon Lighting
All of the front rooms, including this informal parlour, were simply restored to their former glory. The bay at the back of the house mimics the bay in this room, connecting the original Victorian with the modern spaces in back.Light: Yvette
“Fire place” — louberry
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Point Piper - Art Deco Inspired
Ideabooks429
Questions0
2. Stacked stools. These are great because they take up practically no space yet can unstack to provide you with two, three or more extra seats in a snap. Just keep it to two or three if you plan to leave them out all the time
Stacked stools. These are great because they take up practically no space yet can unstack to provide you with two, three or more extra seats in a snap. Just keep it to two or three if you plan to leave them out all the time
2. Stacked stools. These are great because they take up practically no space yet can unstack to provide you with two, three or more extra seats in a snap. Just keep it to two or three if you plan to leave them out all the time — more than that can look cluttered.
“Stools” — philpy
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