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Incorporated
Gallery Loft
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If it works where you live, arrange your furniture next to an open window. The smells that come from just simple fresh air are very calming. If you have a fragrant tree or vegetable garden outside, an open window will allow these scents into your home.
ideabook by Incorporated If it works where you live, arrange your furniture next to an open window. The smells that come from just simple fresh air are very calming. If you have a fragrant tree or vegetable garden outside, an open window will allow these scents into your home.
I completely agree with adding several potted plants to make the air a little cleaner.
2. Clean the air. Air quality affects health and wellness, and poor air quality can impact sleep. The easiest way to clean the air in your bedroom is simply to open your windows. Commit to letting fresh air into your bedroom for at least 10 minutes each day, and the air quality is sure to improve. To
“Oficina” — ropadecasa
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
AutoMotorPlex
Ideabooks297
Questions0
Giallo yellow with brushed stainless steel countertop. The Dog N Suds sign is a rare vintage piece (only 10 were made, of which only 4 are left). Air lines from a compressor stored in the Storage Room line the walls.
tool box color and neon sign, overall coloring
The outlets and air piping
tool chest
“Vintage/Old School Electric sign” — carinenadine
Contemporary Bedroom
Ideabooks1,859
Questions4
house once the sun is down by pulling the cool air in through a few strategic windows and out the attic! /// use good ol' revolving fans in windows if -- like us -- you'd prefer any day to live with fresh air over air-conditioned air. And use the air-conditioning to knock things back a few degrees
Ceiling fans and standing fans placed near windows at night can help force the air movement when there is no breeze and a small temperature difference. During the day the added air movement from fans can help the perception of heat, which is tied to humidity.
Ceiling fans and standing fans placed near windows at night can help force the air movement when there is no breeze and a small temperature difference. During the day the added air movement from fans can help the perception of heat, which is tied to humidity.
“ceiling fan” — meganlw51
SLC Interiors
19 Reviews
Weston Residence
Ideabooks5,727
Questions11
Hi amackjr, it looks like this color would be 'Misty Air' by Benjamin Moore!
Wall color misty air Benjamin moore
wall color - it looks like this color would be 'Misty Air' by Benjamin Moore
Misty Air - Benjamin Moore
Misty Air BM ?...misty air by BM...BM Misty Air...misty air
“my and Neil's bedroom” — smudge012
Natalie Younger Interior Design, Allied ASID
12 Reviews
Maui Sanctuary
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Fan with Light by Minka Aire Fans
The Artemis is a very popular fan made by Minka-Aire that we sell in my ceiling fan store. This is a great look and the Distressed Koa is the most popular color we sell in Atlanta.
of the Minka Aire Artemis in the Maple finish. This fan is available online at Hansen Wholesale here: http://www.hansenwholesale.com/ceilingfans/minkaaire/model.asp?ProdNo=F803-MP
The Artemis ceiling fan by Minka Aire Fans!
in maple wood. The Artemis is a very popular fan made by Minka-Aire that we sell in my ceiling fan store. This is a great look and the Distressed Koa is the most popular color we sell in Atlanta.
ceiling fan, distressed koa, Minka Aire fan $549
closed-off spaces — the kitchen, the dining room, the living room and the outdoor rooms all run into one another. Plentiful windows and doors let in fresh air and light. "It's a space that lives two lives," says Younger. "In the day, light and the island views become an addition to the overall design. But at
“Here is an example of the Minka Aire Artemis in the Maple finish. This fan is available online at Ha” — Hansen Wholesale
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
Billie and Ruby's place
Ideabooks476
Questions0
tool cabinet as nightstand - kids rooms!
I would never do this for myself, but I love the astroturf wall and the tool cabinet, the quirky West Elm lamps, and the goofy artwork. Pretty much
tool cart as side table
Nightstand tool chest idea
Tool chest for Bens room
This colorful and eclectic bedroom has a green faux-turf wall paired with a shiny red tool cabinet nightstand.
4-Drawer Roll-Away Homeowner Tool Chest
tool box
“astroturf” — brandies
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Brooklyn Brownstone
Ideabooks4,787
Questions4
ed cooking tools in brightly colored paint to give them a modern twist, then hang them on the wall.
Try dip-paining an old farm implement or wood-handled cooking tools in brightly
Dipping old tools and handles in bright paints to add colour to backyard.
Try dip-paining an old farm implement or wood-handled cooking tools in brightly colored paint to give them a modern twist, then hang them on the wall.
was created by an artist — but that doesn't mean you can't craft your own spin on it. Try dip-paining an old farm implement or wood-handled cooking tools in brightly colored paint to give them a modern twist, then hang them on the wall.
was created by an artist — but that doesn't mean you can't craft your own spin on it. Try dip-paining an old farm implement or wood-handled cooking tools in brightly colored paint to give them a modern twist, then hang them on the wall.
“The parallel paint line follows the angle of the staircase” — margielynnj
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Modern Minneapolis Ranch
Ideabooks130K
Questions23
where do I buy the black "cup" that is holding the hair dryer and other styling tools?
I want it for my bathroom! Perfect hot tool storage
storing hair tools! :)
Convenient hair tool storage
Organizacion hair tools
storage for hair tools
“Convenient” — Heather Herren
What tools would you need to upholster this chair?
Would you use nails or a staple gun to do this?
Must Have Tools for a New Homeowner?
I have always thought that a toolbox with a few essential tools is a great housewarming gift for a brand new homeowner. What are a few must-have tools...
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