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Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Rizzoli New York
Rooms to Inspire by the Sea by Annie Kelly beach homes houses
Update your canopy bed with a simple DIY. Use swaths of any inexpensive sheer white fabric to wrap, pin, knot and hang around your canopy bed. Don't worry about getting it perfect — part of the charm of this look
David Vandervort Architects
Lopez Island Residence
producers of this chair, tasked a furniture designer to come up with a comfortable recliner minus all the bulk. This scaled-down chair would fit well in any space requiring smaller-scaled furniture. But the real bonus is that this one also reclines.
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
Mill Valley "home Sweet home"
Stark and simple or decorative and chic can both work for front porch style. Throw pillows add design, color and, of course, comfort to any porch.
David Howell Design
Prospect Park West
utilize the space to its full capacity. Try placing sofas back to back for a clever arrangement that makes an excellent use of space and doesn't block any gorgeous windows.
White is the backbone of the shabby chic aesthetic, but pale wood is its most trusted companion. A bit works wonders to up the comfort level in any white room. What ways have you found to use white with wood?
TR Building & Remodeling Inc.
Ultimate man cave and sports car showcase
under roof shingles) before installing the wood. Tar paper is water resistant and will keep moisture that does make it through the ceiling (not much, if any) inside the room. The moisture will evaporate back into the room and dry with the rest of the air, especially if you're using planks instead of a tongue