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Modern Patio
Ideabooks45,694
Questions13
alfresco fireplace and soaking in the soft summer air? Now all you need are the pieces to pull it all together!
“Porche” — mvcvallejo
LoMa Decor
6 Reviews
Orange Drive
Ideabooks3,701
Questions6
toilng, this eclectic and inviting office is what a home workspace should be all about: one-off pieces of furniture and treasured knickknacks creating the
graft, this eclectic and inviting office is what working at home should be all about: one-off pieces of furniture and treasured knick-knacks creating the
toilng, this eclectic and inviting office is what a home workspace should be all about: one-off pieces of furniture and treasured knickknacks creating the
“Chair and desk” — Nourhan Alkaweesh
Becky Harris
Victorian Houses in Inman Park Atlanta
Ideabooks1,723
Questions2
meant to be Halloween decor, but those big orange lanterns would be great all lit up on Halloween night.
Here is a more restrained Queen Anne, this time painted all white to reflect the approaching popularity of the Colonial Revival.
BEAUTIFUL LOVE ALL OF IT
“exterior” — Meredith Thomas
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks4,990
Questions8
PERFECT OPEN SPACE AND STORAGE FOR ALL MY BOOKS AND TRINKETS!!!!!
by the windows connecting the indoors to the outdoors tell you two things: All the window widths in the house are uniform in size, and natural light is a
“open plan. Accardo” — Amanda Connolly, ASID
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Breakfast nook to living room connection
Ideabooks5,320
Questions5
Wow! Love the banquette and the shelves and the light fixture and how it all ties together. A perfect solution to our nook.
You might have to look twice at this photo to see all the see-through elements. This space fits a dining room, a living room, a stairwell, a kitchen and
divides the dining room from the entryway yet leaves the sight lines open all the way to the stairs. The open banisters upstairs add to the light and the
“I like the faux wall. Could be a nice divider between the living and kitchen/dining space. Ideally” — Lauren Radcliffe
Amy Lau Design
6 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Ideabooks11,110
Questions11
I love this space. With mostly straight lines, all the pieces feel very clean and modern. The great contrast of the wood table
walls, driftwood lamp, contemporary banquette and great pops of color. With all the texture from the wallpaper, table, lamp and flowers, the floors can get
I love this space. With mostly straight lines, all the pieces feel very clean and modern. The great contrast of the wood table
“Light” — andreaeichler
Annette English
Craftsman Charm
Ideabooks2,491
Questions10
could fake out the metal all the way up?
including these kitchen pendants — was chosen by the builder, the fixtures are all tasteful and simple, so they didn't cause any conflicts in the interior design
backsplash, keeping the kitchen looking fresh and clean. The countertops are all a custom concrete blend — easy to clean, durable and easy to maintain. Barstools:
“Tone” — robinswe10
bnl-interiordesign.com
Contemporary Living Room
Ideabooks7,385
Questions8
Not all corner transformations require built-in additions or renovations. A reading nook is a classic use of a corner space, and with good reason. All you
“built ins” — ktgeee
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