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Leslie Goodwin Photography
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Basement Work Space & Laundry
Ideabooks107K
Questions22
photographer. All the best, Leslie
Using up all the space in the house
3. The owners of this house created a home office under the stairs. A few wall shelves and a built-in desk (or small table), and you're all set. Try using a chair with wheels so you can roll it away when entertaining.
closed room all by yourself.
organized all under one staircase.
“This would look great in a finished basement under the stairs” — dakny
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Urrutia Design
Ideabooks19,542
Questions7
I love all the rooms. Great house!
patio is all the texture! Bricks under your footsteps, shake siding to your side, glossy planters down low, manicured plants reaching upwards — all things that make this outdoor retreat deserving of an open-door policy.So, are you ready for a bedroom with outdoor access in your own home? Or maybe you already
feasible in all climates, connecting a room with the outdoors is a great way to make the space feel larger and admit more natural light. If your bedroom is on the ground floor (or is on the second story and has an adjacent terrace), adding a set of French doors can instantly increase visual space.
“Bedding, pillow detail” — Colette Reichert_Smith
CLOSET THEORY by Janie Lowrie
4 Reviews
Dunthorpe Estate, Oregon Walk-In Closet
Ideabooks99,898
Questions28
space on all sides. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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Get it all on paper — no holding back. Next gather up all your ideabooks and that binder or folder filled with clippings, and give it all to your architect. Don't worry about trying to think or talk like an architect. Your job is to explain and show your project's wish list in a way that makes sense
“wardrobe” — ozzythegreat
Tim Cuppett Architects
10 Reviews
Urban Homestead
Ideabooks13,803
Questions20
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water and all? I'm considering using it in my island.
yet it all works together. If the tall glass front cabinet wall had been stained wood, it this kitchen would fall flat for lack of contrast. Tip: When mixing natural wood tones it's important to consider their base colors — warm tones vs. cool tones. The ashy-golden tones of the island and floors work
and are all the more interesting because they're placed within the context of these other elements.
“pendant lights” — kbaddeley
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks1,780
Questions1
this is all you really need to make the table feel festive.
this is all you really need to make the table feel festive.
Flowers of SpringA bucket of spring flowers is all you really need to say about spring. And it looks lovely against an all-white background.
“Daffodils” — ameliapalm04
Bruce Wright
Bernal Heights Residence
Ideabooks2,396
Questions3
listed all the great things we had done and our beautiful setting. I quietly scratched at my throat and held my peace. A few weeks later we were watching a detective show and there was a suspenseful moment when a character is locked in a bathroom and may or may not be dead. The detective runs up several
wall is all the art work needed here.
listed all the great things we had done and our beautiful setting. I quietly scratched at my throat and held my peace. A few weeks later we were watching a detective show and there was a suspenseful moment when a character is locked in a bathroom and may or may not be dead. The detective runs up several
at me, all the Pollyanna run dry. Several years later, when she was house hunting, she availed herself of my mania/expertise.
“Banister” — Trina Leonard Garcia
ABRAMS
Steven Gambrel Time and Place
Ideabooks5,525
Questions9
can make all of these materials glow. Get this look: For affordable shine, add a high sheen to one or all of your walls. If you’re feeling really brave, add a clear coat of lacquer on top of your wall color for some serious gloss.
right. All very art deco.
textures are all collaborating here!
“Gloss” — Dina To
Natasha Barrault Design
Cliffside Drive
Ideabooks1,056
Questions5
kept bare all summer can be covered with an extra-large rug (big enough that all of your furniture will fit on top of it if possible). Try plum, wine or chocolate — all classic fall colors that work with a range of other hues.
“Capa sofás” — Gabriela de Rozas
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