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John Senhauser Architects
1 Review
Tucson Residence Kitchen
Open shelves for books and still drawers below that we can store stuff out of sight...
The View! Floor and walls overall good but furnishings too contemporary.
cool/different wall display unit
big display areas
“Floors!” — Annette Leszkiewicz
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Pine Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio
25 Reviews
Historic Renovation in West Chester, PA
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The wine racks appear to be VintageView which
Interesting way to store bottles using little space
6. Great wall of wine. Mount wine racks on any wall in your home to display as many bottles as you would like. Having an assortment of white and red at your fingertips is a plus, and the collection makes for instant wall art.
“Wine rack” — bellacriminal
Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro
3 Reviews
Caruth Project
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As you enter a glass door to wine room for display.
Another view of wine room door.
This is the style of door we want on the wine room. We would like wine storage on three sides, with some type of display but haven't figured out what this needs to look like yet. We would like some type of mid-level ledge. We will include a picture of our wine room
“butler's pantry?” — kkorngold
Denica Smith
Malia Smith Nursery
Is there another view of this room? I'm curious what's on the inside l
Is there another view of this room? I'm curious what's on the inside left wall.
I got them at a baby store in NYC but they are no longer open... I found them for purchase on this website: http://www.inmod.com/modwaarbusof.html They come in white with an adhesive
Name display above the crip anchor the crip
Displaying a name above the crib does an excellent job of anchoring it in the room.
“Rug” — Patricia Sung
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Designer Cottage
To view other design projects by TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design visit www.truexcullins.com Photographer: Jim Westphalen
Something like this over a coffee area to display plates and vases
Indoor plants. Rosemary topiaries are widely available now from nurseries, garden centers, big-box stores and grocery stores. They make an excellent seasonal display, providing fragrance and decor for the tabletop inside or in a container outside. If kept outside, protect from freezing
“Use dark stain, different knobs” — mbjeffers
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Pacific Heights Residence - Pantry
Like the idea of having a space to store/ display dishes
keep rarely used, but attractive, serving pieces on display.
This is a true butler's pantry. Open shelves like these make finding the right dish or bowl faster for the busy entertainer. The door can be closed, even locked, if you want to store sterling in that room.
“Swinging door” — nelsonpreserve
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
San Anselmo play room
The daughter's playroom doesn't stray too far from the home's neutral base — but the whimsical tepee, artwork display, kid-size table and stools more than make up for the lack of splashy, playful color punches found in most kids' rooms."The tepee belonged the client
1. Let them burrow. Kids love to build tunnels, caves and forts. When sofa cushions aren't enough, try a kid-size tepee. You can go the store-bought route or get creative with items around the house: Broomsticks and sheets should do the trick. Kids love these intimate spaces for reading, playing
1. Add a tepee. Much like blanket forts, tepees are a wonderful addition to just about any playspace. Store-bought or homemade versions can fit any environment and won't break the bank. Pull together some twine, closet dowels and a bedsheet to create a homemade
“playroom” — Jill Marson
Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers
6 Reviews
Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers
HI Laura. You may like to consider a Murano Glass Fruits Chandelier which is what this Chandelier seems to be. I have provided a sample for your viewing so please contact me if interested. Dean
Organization idea/ can use bookshelves to store boxes and other items
Love the shelf idea to store things in the bathroom.
“The storage with a mix of pieces” — annettebergman
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