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Flea Market Chic
Ideabooks25,949
Questions8
going out to the garden to cut flowers. Keep costs down by dividing a single market bouquet into one main arrangement plus a number of smaller ones in bud vases. A windowsill herb garden is a lovely thing to tend, but you can also keep freshly cut herbs on the counter in vases of water, just as you would
“Wooden panelling” — jingle28
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Domicile Interior Design
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Domicile id
Ideabooks36,889
Questions21
Mount an installationThink metal-like sculpture pieces of branches and buds, as seen here in a home office. They create beautiful interest but aren’t bright. For a more subtle take, look for smaller pieces you can place on a
“Golden tree” — Maria Simancas
Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks3,653
Questions1
area of the garden and let the kids create their very own vegie patch. A few bags of soil, some packets of seeds and a trowel for digging will keep budding horticulturalists amused for hours. Make sure there are watering cans to promote plant growth and mud pies. Get the kids to draw the vegetables they
“I like the planters” — mmaioriello
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks3,140
Questions2
thyself. Who are you? What do you like? What do you hate? What is your ideal living arrangement? What is your favorite season? What do you enjoy doing?” — Bud DietrichIf you think you’ll ever build a new home or remodel an old one in your lifetime, bookmark this ideabook now. Dietrich starts the story off by
“open windows” — tiffanyrhorne
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
woodlawn residence
Ideabooks19,553
Questions9
This room is perfect for the budding socialite. Here, her activities range from holding tea parties to sharing girly gossip in the window seat. There's plenty of space for the girls to sleepover so the giggles can continue through the night.
“Window nook” — paks1984
National Association of the Remodeling Industry
3 Reviews
2012 CotY Award-Winning Interiors
Ideabooks20,670
Questions7
folding table covered in newspaper, and mason and apothecary jars filled with markers, crayons, pipe cleaners, pom-poms and even googly eyes. It’s a budding artist’s dream, and every child (and adult!) who walks through their front door seems to gravitate to that special room. There’s just something about
“Maximizing cubic footage in smallish room.” — rla_newyork
Eric Aust Architect
9 Reviews
Clasen Residence
Ideabooks11,634
Questions12
Accent with colourZesty yellow accents will instantly lift a monochrome palette if it’s looking too stuffy for your design taste buds. Just a fizz of yellow towels and accessories will update the bathroom for a fresh, invigorating space.
“Kids bath - subway tile and grout” — anydia19
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Ford Caretaker's Cottage Renovation
Ideabooks4,889
Questions5
In the case of this house, its entrance door has glazing in the upper half. The panel door is a traditional design, as explained by Houzz contributor Bud Dietrich.
“all” — 1980em
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