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Hoi Ning Wong
My Houzz: Eunice's Home
Ideabooks4,091
Questions6
tired carpeting, and fresh paint gave the walls new life. Pale aqua paint at the rear of the bookcase creates a vibrant backdrop for an ever-growing collection of mementos. Wall paint: Muslin, Dunn-Edwards; accent wall paint: Opaline, Dunn-Edwards; leather chair: Cavett, Crate & Barrel; resin deer head:
“Fireplace” — sorenson1951
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Sara Tuttle Interiors
Bedroom
Ideabooks15,878
Questions9
7. Vintage charm. If you can't pass up a flea market or "junktique" shop without running in, this look is for you. Collect what catches your eye and your heartstrings, without worrying whether the it will fit perfectly — after all, you can always paint it. Having one modern print in the mix, whether
“My room” — rr1227
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
Ideabooks6,256
Questions9
room for it to function for your lifestyle. Next decide which of those functional items can dually serve as decoration. In this kitchen a bright collection of cookbooks demonstrates what's essential for this cook and adds jolts of color to a blank canvas.
“island lamps” — rebeccawalsh9
CLAUDIA LUJAN
MODERN
Ideabooks5,429
Questions5
Consider the movement of the fixture. Reminiscent of wind chimes, this dramatic collection of glass ribbons must be all kinds of gorgeous as they softly sway. I love how the slight twist in the glass reflects the sweeping staircase.
“Entry hall crystal” — Mpume Nkonde
Webber Coleman Woodworks
22 Reviews
Miscellaneous
Ideabooks110K
Questions15
Georgia. Houzz readers couldn't get enough shoe storage ideas in 2012. This impressive wall of built-in cubbies makes even the most massive shoe collection seem manageable.
“Shoe solution” — tjfaz
PLATEMARK DESIGN
6 Reviews
94 Harvard Sq
Ideabooks11,712
Questions6
What luxury — a bed surrounded by a vast collection of volumes. Putting away a good read when you're finished with it is as simple as reaching up to tuck it back into place.Tip: If you're lucky enough
“beige but not boring/ pops of color” — louiejuly
INVIEW Interior Design
4 Reviews
Children's Rooms
Ideabooks5,627
Questions7
molding. Surround existing bookshelves with whimsical moldings to create a delightful look for a baby's room. It's the perfect frame for your Dr. Seuss collection.
“Baskets on shelves” — peanutreed918
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Ideabooks6,660
Questions9
5. Tight and tucked. If you have a fabulous bed frame worth showing off (or, if you just don't like dust collecting at the end of of you bedding), perhaps you prefer a more tailored look. In that case, tuck your comforter or blanket under the mattress. Decorative
“Nightstand” — jloreti
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