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Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Napa Valley Kitchen
Ideabooks860
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Thank you so much for answering my question. I have one more question. Where can I find the accessories? They are exactly what I'm looking for to go with this sink. Thanks again.
extra lip, no seam. accessory friendly.
Special sink accessories, such as racks.
sink accessories for a single basin
Accessories CONS: To achieve a perfect fit, it’s best to buy directly from the manufacturer. If you subscribe to the “basic is better” school of thought, sink accessories are not for
better” school of thought, sink accessories are not for you. Burcher says since the accessories are usually designed to be removed for cleaning and when not in use, where to store them has to be considered. He also notes that if a sink manufacturer doesn’t make the accessory you want, a designer can have
“Rugged look” — raza48
Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
Ideabooks6,926
Questions1
ties. Consider your clothes and accessories and have a unit built bespoke, so everything has a home, and favourite items can be on display.
13. Think outside the wardrobe for shoe and accessory storageIf space is tight in your wardrobe, think about moving your accessories out into the open. Cubby-style
13. Think outside the closet for shoe and accessory storage. If space is tight in your closet, think about moving your accessories out into the open. Cubby-style shelves work well for keeping shoes, hats and bags neat and easy to find.
“luciite handles” — Donna Bennett
Helen Rose Wilson Garden Design
Bee and Butterfly garden
Ideabooks1,982
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Tree-stump stepping stones. Natural tree stumps are a fabulous backyard accessory for kids. Line them up to make a meandering stepping stone path or circle them round to make a seating area. Smaller wood slices make great stepping
4. Tree-stump stepping stones. Natural tree stumps are a fabulous backyard accessory for kids. Line them up to make a meandering stepping stone path or circle them round to make a seating area. Smaller wood slices make great stepping
4. Tree-stump stepping stones. Natural tree stumps are a fabulous backyard accessory for kids. Line them up to make a meandering stepping stone path or circle them round to make a seating area. Smaller wood slices make great stepping stones for very young children.5. Butterfly garden. Enchant children
“stump garden” — nancyjohnson47
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
Noe Valley Living Room
Ideabooks6,671
Questions12
vase, firewood in fireplace and other accessories
White walls come alive with bold accessories, textures.
Often room asseccories are too little, and make it look like you have lots of tiny junk. Make your accessories large and visible to the eye such as this arrangement.
your accessories.Bitty little candles, vases and knickknacks lose impact when spread throughout the room. Instead, choose large-scale mirrors and art, and chunky vases and objets d'art. If your room has a fireplace (working or not), it is a natural focal point, so be sure to place a few accessories there
in a small home white. It can be calming, serene, sleek and, with the right furnishings and accessories, stunning. The white walls here are made warm and inviting by the rustic mantel and eclectic accessories. But after all, downsizing embraces reduction, so even if this rule were true — which it isn’t
“Fireplace” — dcords1007
Benning Design Associates
2 Reviews
Crocker Road, Sacramento CA
Ideabooks4,422
Questions9
Accessories. Inject your space with personality through big, bold accessories. In general, accessories don’t carry as large a price tag as furnishings, so let yourself have a little fun. This giant sphere
When you do hang a large mirror in the entry hall, think of including an oversize object d'art or accessory as an instant conversation starter upon entering the home. This large green ball sculpture adds a splash of color and texture in one easy gesture
“love this setup.” — 5062
Becki Peckham
Modern Home In The Middle Of St. John's
Ideabooks3,196
Questions2
by Benjamin Moore as an ideal backdrop for the family's colorful accessories, artwork and furniture. "I love the use of white and natural materials, particularly when infused with bold color in the form of artwork, pillows or accessories," says Susan. One of her favorite interior designers is Britain's
Benjamin Moore as an ideal backdrop for the family’s colourful accessories, artwork and furniture. ‘I love the use of white and natural materials, particularly when infused with bold colour in the form of artwork, cushions or accessories,’ says Susan. One of her favorite interior designers is Britain’s
“...” — Richard Fifth
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: Revamped Flea Market Finds add personality to a Dutch home
Ideabooks2,271
Questions3
and choice of color palette. “It used to be a really feminine home with frills and a lot of romantic vintage accessories,” says Vetter. Once Floris moved in, she decided to edit her accessories and add some vivid colors, like the yellow cushions. Noah Joe made his mark on the interior by foraging for
and choice of colour palette. “It used to be a really feminine home with frills and a lot of romantic vintage accessories,” says Vetter. Once Floris moved in, she decided to edit her accessories and add some vivid colours, like the yellow cushions. Noah Joe made his mark on the interior by foraging for
“pallet table with wheels” — Amy Narayanan
Hudson Place Realty
PAVONIA AVENUE
Ideabooks921
Questions2
3. A classic base and wilder accessories. Designer Stephane Chamard recommends starting with a simple, classic base, like all white. “After that, go a bit crazy with accessories,” he says. “That way it’s a less expensive change if you don’t like it. But you need that base to be basic so you can play
3. Incorporate a classic base and wilder accessoriesDesigner Stephane Chamard recommends starting with a simple classic base, such as all white. “After that, go a bit crazy with accessories,” he says. “That way it’s a less expensive change if you don’t like it. But
“Closet doors” — vermontcabin
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