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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
front walkway throughout the summer.The walkway and the driveway are made of Chip and Seal, which has an asphalt base, then a layer of liquified tar topped with a layer of embedded crushed pea stones. This gives the look of stones without the scatter caused by shoveling and plowing in the winter.
“sentier de gravier” — personne
Amoroso Design
Amoroso Design
the classic table and use spray paint from your local hardware or craft store on your chairs to get a silver look. (See how to paint chairs here.)On top of a buffet or countertop, add numerous silver vases in varying heights, widths and shapes (they don't even need to be the same silver, some can be antiqued
“chairs” — jkatiemeier
Magnolia Homes
The Farmhouse
Ikea chairs flank the master bedroom’s fireplace, which is topped with a decorative metal flower.
“I like the colors. Not sure if it's all that special, though.” — Kim Elenez
LDa Architecture & Interiors
6 Reviews
Historic Victorian Bedroom
strike a perfect balance between crisply defining the window and suggesting softness and ease. If you are worried about privacy, you can always order a top-down style that lets light in from above.
“Roman Shade” — Plattform
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
In the all-pine space with a custom-made bar top, the owner watches sports, plays pool, entertains a few friends and has big parties. “This is the man cave,” Crisp says. “The homeowner wouldn’t call
“Back wall” — brian4377
Annette English
Craftsman Charm
color: Dunn-Edwards, Silver FernRug: Merida CarpetsChaise: Custom, upholstered in Cowtan & Tout fabricSide Table: Mecox Gardens, with Calcutta marble topCurtains: Custom, made with Rogers & Goffigon fabricMore Houzz Tours:Ocean-Inspired Home for Two in Newport BeachArtistic and Peaceful in Ann Arb
“Love this bed. Pottery barn Antonia bed?” — kristenpking
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Bowl (in eastern California near Reno, Nevada) as an example of multiple ways of framing views found in one design. The two floors are split between a top with floor-to-ceiling glass and a lower level with strategically placed punched openings.
“Love the house” — Marie Slater
RUDA Photography
3 Reviews
Living Spaces
stand in the way of a closet office is a lack of adequate light, as closets generally don't have windows. Adding a light tube (if the closet is on the top level of the house) or getting creative with lighting fixtures can solve this issue.See more closet-size offices
“Work hard” — tutku
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