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Valerie McCaskill Dickman
Sarah Greenman
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Warm colors. Warm colors inspire happiness, coziness and comfort in most people. They can also make large, open spaces feel more intimate for young ones. Of course, this doesn't mean you're limited to brown and tan — use these easy colors
warm colors: possibly for boy room?
Warm colors inspire happiness, coziness and comfort in most people. They can also make large, open spaces feel more intimate for young ones. Of course, this doesn't mean you're limited to brown
8. Warm colors. Warm colors inspire happiness, coziness and comfort in most people. They can also make large, open spaces feel more intimate for young ones. Of course, this doesn't mean you're limited to brown and tan — use these easy colors as a platform for brighter and more daring shades
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Warming drawer under pantry and love this floor
unused. A warming drawer is a smart use of that space.
Warming drawers. Keep your food piping hot, warm plates and even slow cook some foods with one of today's most popular small appliances: a warming drawer. Get the story: Make cooking and serving easier with a kitchen warming drawer
“Lights” — lindeeshaw
Mediterranean Dining Room
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beautiful!, warm!, and so inviting! I hope you have the information and will share THanks, Susan
Warm oranges with a light yellow-green. I love this soft orange wall color. It's a natural fit with a bolder red-orange and neutral yellow-green.
Warm colour for walls with dark window
4. Warm oranges with a light yellow-green. I love this soft orange wall color. It's a natural fit with a bolder red-orange and neutral yellow-green. Again, there are many colors used in this space, but because they are adjacent on the color wheel, they harmonize with one another.
“color” — scwolfe1
Mark English Architects, AIA
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fireplace
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you like warm light or cool light? You have probably heard lighting described as having a color temperature, which is measured in degrees Kelvin (K). Simply put, this indicates whether the light will appear warm or cool — more yellow or more blue. Desirable temperatures for home lighting depend on the
700 K: Warm, similar to soft candlelight • 2,900 K to 3,200 K: Warm, the Goldilocks zone (for many) • 3,500 K: Neutral • 4,000K: Cool. Mimicking natural daylight starts here; the light gets colder depending on the time of day. (Surprisingly the light we perceive from the sun is cool.) • 5,000 K: Cold
you like warm light or cool light? You have probably heard lighting described as having a color temperature, which is measured in degrees Kelvin (K). Simply put, this indicates whether the light will appear warm or cool — more yellow or more blue.Desirable temperatures for home lighting depend on the effect
“Tiles” — naz360
Clarke Appliance Showrooms
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Latte cabinets
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appliance stack with warming drawer, oven and microwave
oven, warming drawer and open storage over microwave/oven
5 ovens and a warming drawer
microwave and warming oven combination.
convection/micro/oven/warming drawer :)
microwave, oven and warming drawer
Warming/cooling drawer
microwave/ oven/ warming drawer combo
Wolf 30" Warming Drawer
warming drawer...Warming oven...Wolf warming drawer
“Love two stoves” — pam1223
www.KarlGercens.com
Desert Landscape Desgin
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Keep warm. Fire pits, outdoor fireplaces and heat lamps are obvious ways to keep warm in the winter, extending time enjoying outdoor living. Another way to consider keeping warm in the months ahead is to use only deciduous trees near south- and west-facing walls, which will better absorb extra heat
to keep warm in the winter, extending time enjoying outdoor living," writes New Mexico landscape designer David Cristiani."Another way to consider keeping warm in the months ahead is to use only deciduous trees near south- and west-facing walls, which will better absorb extra heat from the sun when cool
“Planting” — trent1234
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
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Newlywed's home
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warm colors tend to advance and cool colors tend to recede.
Since warm colors tend to advance, this means that they tend to draw in a space. This red living room feels more intimate because it's red. If the designer wanted
Since warm colors tend to advance, this means that they tend to draw in a space. This red living room feels more intimate because it's red. If the designer wanted to make the room feel more open and expansive, she would have chosen a cooler color.
“Mirror over mantel” — Megan Timm
Davenport Kitchens
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natural wood, traditional beauty
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I like the warming drawer placed below the gas range. We can always place a faux drawer front there when ordering cabinetry until we can afford to put the warmer in down the road.
Warming drawer under cooktop
add a warming drawer?
warming drawer under stove
Warming drawer...Warming draw...warming drawer
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