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Grainda Builders, Inc.
Living Spaces
Ideabooks11,543
Questions10
point of the room — the fireplace. If I were staging this room for real estate photography, the only thing I might add here would be some pillows in on-trend colors and patterns to make the conversation area more welcoming.
“Bookshelves” — ducky25
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks828
Questions2
Focus on wooden chairs, table and floors. Eschew metal accents, chrome and contemporary furniture trends.
“White dining table?” — jessica72779
Pyramid Builders
4 Reviews
Mass Avenue Heights
Ideabooks478
Questions5
monochromatic, neutral, and for the most part timeless look. Accessories and lighting could easily be changed out and the room remain stylish,when trends change. Great job! Oh and I love it!
“roof” — Rachel Alexander
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Serene Bedroom
Ideabooks4,024
Questions6
another. With cherry I would have your refinsher do several samples for you to see what effect he is able to achieve. We did find that the mahogany trended pink, and you may have the same issue with the cherry. Good luck!
“The sitting area” — ehlers06
Allison Jaffe Interior Design LLC
31 Reviews
LINDENWOOD CIRCLE
Ideabooks3,655
Questions9
Thank you for your question. Although we selected this before the vase was trending, you can easily find them at high end speciality stores to retailers like TJMaxx and Tuesday Morning. I see them everywhere! Good luck with your project
“the blue ones” — anngianopulos
Contemporary Bathroom
Ideabooks6,345
Questions8
Furniture details are a strong trend for cabinetry this year. Even with traditional cabinetry and traditional finishes, the detailing gives it that lived-in, not-a-standard-vanity look.
“vanity” — Kathy Cason
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks2,127
Questions6
Many designers also note Chicagoans' willingness to incorporate and define their city's emerging trends. "While many of the houses in Chicago lean toward the traditional, I see more and more clients willing to take risks with mixing modern furnishings in traditional homes," Zaveloff says. "People are
“cool light lime” — Kelly Taylor Interior Design
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Double queen beds for an old married couple
Ideabooks8,894
Questions6
bed with two queen mattresses on the platform, each on its own control for adjusting firmness." Show us: Are you part of this growing "live-apartner" trend? Do you and your partner keep separate bathrooms, living spaces, sleeping quarters or homes? If so, please post a picture in the Comments section and
“cot” — kalideva_santosh
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