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Tom Stringer Design Partners
2 Reviews
Turn of the Century Cottage
Ideabooks44,359
Questions23
job seems too big to take on alone, you can get help! Call a really organized friend and bribe him or her with free food in exchange for decluttering advice or physical help. Or call in a pro. Professional organizers have seen it all, can help you sort out even the most cluttered space, and can teach you
“Colors” — shraszka
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Christopher Stark Photography
1 Review
Applegate Tran Interiors
Ideabooks19,096
Questions5
asked how he built our headboard (and our willow gate, and our willow fences), said, “You do remember that was 20 years ago, right?” But here’s his advice: Twigs are readily available, but they will need some cleanup before you invite them home. A wire brush works well to dislodge moss, loose bark and
“Respalda” — yanivette
Glenvale Kitchens
Shaker Grey
Ideabooks7,009
Questions6
6-inch lights 6 feet apart. Generally, you'll want to mount them 12 to 18 inches in front of the area you want to illuminate. Consult an electrician for advice about your specific situation.
“coverage of ceiling” — jayneblacklin
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Knowles Residence - Exterior
Ideabooks9,919
Questions14
1. Hire a pro. Consider hiring a pro to take a look at your home and offer advice. One morning spent with a home inspector, a real estate agent or a local designer can give you insight into what potential buyers will see when they
“The overhang” — candice mazzei
Renewal Design-Build
13 Reviews
Historic Whole House Renovation - Living Room
Ideabooks9,125
Questions13
unceremoniously and without any apology directly into the living area.” — Becky DietrichIs your hand raised? Mine is. Dietrich’s article is full of great advice for us, the foyerless.Full story: No Entry Hall? Create the Illusion of One
“Couch” — mrspantaleone
WA design
9 Reviews
Willits Compound
Ideabooks1,187
Questions5
small accent of deep red. It's a fantastic palette for a modern dining room. If you are wary of following color trends that quickly come and go, my advice is to limit the trendy color or colors for items you can easily and affordably change out. Stick to tried-and-true neutrals for your flooring and expensive
“concrete” — priscillaconoley
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks3,848
Questions3
Take some brutally honest photographs. These aren't the ones to share with the world on Facebook, but can be taken to a nursery professional for advice. It may be that some plants need thinning, or there isn't sufficient foliage interest to hold the vignette together throughout the year.Hiring a k
“Black-eyed Susans” — bmillsmft
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sfgirlbybay
Ideabooks8,895
Questions6
feel like I want it to. So, I've been known to repaint a wall back to white before I moved out, or risked forgoing a rental deposit! This is horrid advice, but if I am living somewhere for a very long time, I think the risk of a lost or a reduced deposit just amortizes itself by the pleasure I get from
“"vintage modern"” — Beth Zgoda
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Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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