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Maison Warehouse
"Home Redefined, Inside & Out" Servicing Northern Virginia
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River's Edge Landscapes
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
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Ehrlich Architects
2 Reviews
Modern Living Room
cubby holes under staircase and built in shelf with art
bridges, spaces that are connected vertically and horizontally, natural and artificial lighting that comes at us from many directions as well as all the objects that inhabit the space create an architecture that is decidedly vivace, maybe even vivacissimo (even livelier).
“bookshelves” — picondo
"Home Redefined, Inside & Out" Servicing Northern Virginia
Maison Warehouse is a home furnishings & accessories showroom with unique finds to redefine your home inside and out, and three talented designers on staff to assist with all your design needs.
GreenCraft Associates
5 Reviews
Kitchen Gardens
can either cling or vine. Clinging plants have special roots or sticky growths that can adhere to almost any surface. Twining vines twist around objects tightly as they grow.
garden structure art
“tuteurs for structure, height, showing off something spectular like a clematis or dutch pipe” — sachisnana
Ira Lippke
Ira Lippke
Loft for kids on top of art studio
This image shows the sleeping loft and kitchen area and a view into the backyard. "I love to reuse and recontextualize materials and objects. I also love efficiency and openness. I am big on fresh air, ventilation and light, so I designed the window placements for maximum light and crossbreeze," she
“mancave” — audreymc13
2 Ivy Lane
McLean Glamour
Rhythm: Progression is a rhythm produced by the succession of the size of an object from small to large or of a color from light to dark.
art room
“organization” — margaretmeola
Home & Harmony
I love the hanger looking wire object!
art gallery
“I like this flooring” — marcirich
Normandy Remodeling
38 Reviews
A Welcoming, Rustic Kitchen
An Alessi teapot. This kettle with pop art sensibility, designed by architect Michael Graves, is the number-one object used in kitchen staging. Running a close second is an eclectic traditional one by MacKenzie-Childs.
“Kitchen backsplash” — sanjeetareddy
Jarlath Mellett
Upper West Side Residence
The large-scale mirrors add a sense of openness.Tip: When you're arranging a small group of mirrors, think in odd numbers. Odd number groupings of objects are nearly always more appealing to the eye. So think 3, 5 or 7 mirrors.
wall art
“pretty and simple” — ginnnny
Gary Lee Partners
TriBeCa Loft
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“Shower tiles” — jaques57
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