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Tiffany Farha Design
12th Street Project
Ideabooks673
Questions3
Red vanity light. Here’s another great example of how red lights can wake up a neutral space. Red mini shades have been bravely added to powder room vanity lights. Notice the red lights are the only red detail in the room, which is exactly why they work well.
Red vanity light. Here’s another great example of how red lights can wake up a neutral space. Red mini shades have been bravely added to powder room vanity lights. Notice the red lights are the only red detail in the room, which is exactly why they work well.
“vanity + red shades” — Barbara Lee
Amy Woodward
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Ideabooks4,900
Questions2
Adding PVC hoops. Landscape designer Erin Lau added removable PVC hoops in the raised beds for tomato hothouses or cold frames. This is easy enough to do this after the beds are
pipes in the corners so pvc arches can be added in winter. mini grean house for cool season. or shade for the hot.
“good idea” — sammy9317
Interiors by Maite Granda
13 Reviews
Key West Cottage
Ideabooks644
Questions1
ottomans and benches will be some neutral shade: brown, beige, black or white. But a garden seat can add a strategic color statement that couldn’t be added any other way. I love this pair of lime-green garden seats with the navy-blue cushions on the sofa. I admit my partiality to lime green and navy —
ottomans and benches will be some neutral shade: brown, beige, black or white. But a garden seat can add a strategic color statement that couldn’t be added any other way. I love this pair of lime-green garden seats with the navy-blue cushions on the sofa. I admit my partiality to lime green and navy — the
“Colors” — juliakrystine
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
This Old House Kitchen
Ideabooks5,575
Questions14
Wood counters have never really gone away and are currently enjoying a bit of a renaissance. Adding a wood top to an island while using a different material for the perimeter counters is a terrific way to add some interest and function. Wood counters
Wood counters have never really gone away and are currently enjoying a bit of a renaissance. Adding a wood top to an island while using a different material for the perimeter counters is a terrific way to add some interest and function. Wood counters
“Color palette/feel” — tmlaw2008
Brooks Ballard
5 Reviews
The Danube plan front porch
Ideabooks2,224
Questions5
Example of closed-in porch with window added.
Use of shingles and added touch with windows
Adding second story
“Like the red brick” — Julie Smith
Emily Elizabeth Interior Design
1 Review
Loft Living
Ideabooks2,932
Questions7
enough color and texture to make the right statement, but don’t go overboard. If your guests can't sit down, the cozy factor is lost. Triggs advises adding three to six pillows (depending on sizes) to a regular sofa and a few more to sectionals.
enough color and texture to make the right statement, but don’t go overboard. If your guests can't sit down, the cozy factor is lost. Triggs advises adding three to six pillows (depending on sizes) to a regular sofa and a few more to sectionals.
“Rug” — ruthrye
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks1,979
Questions2
I have the wooden box. Need some legs added.
it suggests how to use the short end of the l-shaped room; not a practical way for our place, but it's very cute, and may be an idea for adding a comfy nook that's not as formal as dining.
The plate rack or dish rack on the wall is interesting - but it has to be added to an updated room so that it doesn't look old fashioned
“solutions for cats = slipcovers” — Margaret Rutherfurd
Benco Construction
6 Reviews
Sims Road
Ideabooks843
Questions4
I get how the flooring was added above, but how does one insulate it?
The liv­ing room is an ad­di­tion, lo­cated be­tween the orig­i­nal main house and the new garage. “Orig­i­nally, we thought we would Sheetrock the ceil­ing,” says Ben­tivegna. “But dur­ing con­struc­tion
The liv­ing room is an ad­di­tion, lo­cated be­tween the orig­i­nal main house and the new garage. “Orig­i­nally, we thought we would
“Other” — jenwalls42002
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