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Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
The Secret Barns
Ideabooks1,947
Questions3
Author Jonathan Bernstein, who was born in Scotland and now lives in Los Angeles, wrote Knickers in a Twist: A Dictionary of British Slang about his experience trying to figure out why some U.K. words and phrases percolated across the Atlantic and some didn’t. Few in America use “loo” when referring
“Space saving” — megblogg
Heather DeMoras
Trophy Room
Ideabooks3,039
Questions9
“It's the ultimate man fantasy — have all your bros, and some pretty ladies too, sidle up and loosen up,” says Tina Skinner, an author and publisher who’s written more than 100 lifestyle books, including Entertainment Rooms: Home Theaters, Bars, and Game Rooms. “With the boom in square footage that drove
“ceiling is different” — skurecki
Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
1 Review
Kids custom closets
Ideabooks11,241
Questions7
around 1,000 square feet requires some thoughtful organization and a whole lot of cooperation from family members. Shay Solomon, a green builder and author of Little House on a Small Planet, says that the biggest challenge for most families living in small spaces is not finding room for the kids, but finding
“Shelving” — dsfesq
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks2,996
Questions6
resulting from using less heated water.Some local governments provide incentives for using water-efficient washing machines. For example, the water authority of Albuquerque, New Mexico, offers a $100 rebate to those who replace an old washer with a new one. It makes sense to check out if there are any
“Sliding door to toilet” — bridgallagher
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Kingsway Home
Ideabooks7,687
Questions11
Blaze, who is also the author of Design Your Home recommends Taubmans ‘Starry Night Blue’ and ‘Midnight Navy’ for walls, teamed with bronze light fittings or copper side tables.
“Navy walls, dark floor, gray rug” — jtylerlee
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Girls Room
Ideabooks13,621
Questions11
point; the most intriguing part lies in our all-too-human enthusiasm to spin plausible stories around the idea. Recently I interviewed Adam Alter, author of Drunk Tank Pink: And Other Unexpected Forces That Shape How We Think, Feel and Behave. He summarizes the color’s irresistible reputation best. Alter’s
“awesome” — pooky4bella
Amazon
1 Review
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Ideabooks28,674
Questions8
Outdoor spaces take on a life of their own, whether the look of these rooms take you away to Morocco, The Greenbrier, Palm Springs or Key West. The authors recommend maximizing outdoor areas for use as outdoor rooms. Decorate Tip: Emulate this space, where "throw rugs layered on the concrete surface warm
“Outdoor space” — nathalienguyen
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Bristol Road Residence
Ideabooks9,434
Questions6
2. Moody walls and fences. A white fence can be hard on the eye. As gardener and author Christopher Lloyd notes, white “draws your eye but makes you wish it hadn’t.” Not so with black fencing, which tends to recede into the background, helping to seamlessly blend the site’s boundary into the surrounding
“The color of this fence is "black forest green exterior ready mixed stain" by Benjamin Moore. The wo” — lauramac2501
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