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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Tamara Magel Home, Holiday House Hamptons 2014
Guest bedroomDesign team: Tamara Magel Home(this photo and previous)Tamara Magel was inspired by European culture and the casual style of Sag Harbor. Elegant marble side tables by Caste Furniture merge with a clean and sophisticated palette to reflect the beach and boating lifestyle of the area. Sconces:
“Bedroom” — browgal
Peace Design
Upstairs Landing
I love the integrated bench seat, if we have a loft this would be a good idea to have along with a bunkhouse-style layout for kids and guests.
the home as blankets and rugs, the have rich colors and dynamic patterns that add warmth and a rustic yet elegant look.Learn more ways to use Navajo style at home
“La rampe” — michelinedlemay
Andre laurent
The Lake House - Creative Space Architectural Design
Clasping glass door that opens according style to porch - yes!!!
Underneath the brow, we can sense the enclosure created by the deep overhang.More: Modern gable-style homesHello Again, Umbrella HouseBrowse regional modern homes
“house design” — monoghanfarm
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Flower Mound, TX: Greg and Holly Homer
Garage and locker room style fixtures, galvanized buckets for storage!
using industrial materials and fixtures usually reserved for garages and storage units. Steel bunk beds, galvanized buckets for storage and locker room–style flooring make this boys' room practically indestructible."They shouldn't be afraid to play in their own space. It should be the area in the home where
“Stuffies” — judycgme
b+g design inc.
9 Reviews
Paddock Residence
1. Carpet. Oh, come on. Why is everyone so down on carpet? It’s soft, it comes in lots of styles and colors, and it’s fairly affordable. Plus, it’s versatile and customizable. My kids have customized our carpet with markers, juice and dirty shoes
“Celing” — navdeeplaut
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
4 Reviews
Claremont Remodel
Roof Shapes, Overhangs and MaterialsGables, hips, low slope and shed are a few of the many roof shapes. Each fits a certain range of styles and aesthetics. For example, whereas a gable is an appropriate roof shape for a traditional home, a low-slope roof is typically seen in a modern design. The same
“walkway” — melspargo
2 Ivy Lane
McLean Glamour
Color and simplicity in the style
can bounce off their sharp, angular facets and make them sparkle in the sun.WE’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU…Love decorating with metallics? Share your styling secrets and a high-resolution photo of your dazzling space in the comments section below.
“Art” — Laci Alvarado
Sally Wheat Interiors
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wire over them. Jasmine vines now make fragrant circles around the patio. “I wanted to do something different,” Wheat explains.Browse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes | Contemporary Homes | Midcentury Homes | Ranch Homes | Traditional Homes | Barn Homes
“can this be tiered” — James Boyle
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