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Drawing Dept
8 Reviews
Hermitage Kitchen
width of 30 inches for comfortable seating.
Ugly kitchen - but 24 inches per chair, or 30 inches per diner for comfort
countertop. Another diner could probably be placed on the end. Allow 24 inches for each chair width and a minimum table width of 30 inches for comfortable seating.
countertop. Another diner could probably be placed on the end. Allow 24 inches for each chair width and a minimum table width of 30 inches for comfortable seating.
“Drop down island for dining” — Kirsten Hamstra
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
Main Street Landscape is your choice for landscape contractors in Northern Virginia. Offering full-service landscape architecture design and installation.
7 Reviews
Chalet Interiors
Where can I purchase the bedding; comforter, pillow case and accent pillows?
prefer smaller bed as we can get closer while sleeping. But this bed seems really comfortable!
Lay out comfortable simple colour neutral
love love the neutrals and comfort look
Roman shades, color scheme, white accents, chaise
princess in The Princess and the Pea — I could sleep on something that feels less like heaven, but my nice, thick sheets make me feel special and comfortable. I sleep better, and I wake up feeling grateful.
describe these popular winter warmers will depend on where you come from. Australians typically use Doona and quilt, Brits use duvet and Americans use comforter. Bedding shops in Australia tend to avoid Doona (which is a trademarked product) in favour of continental quilt. They can be filled with duck or goose
“سرير” — Mariam Hussein
Home & Harmony
Touches of comfort. These days we all have central heating, and if you're lucky you may have an open fire too. But I love using throws in the living room. Not only can you use them to accessorize the design, but they also can add a comfortable edge to a more formal scheme. For
and throwsResearch shows stroking a pet when we’re upset or anxious can be calming and comforting. Draping a variety of texture-rich throws over the arms and backs of couches and armchairs adds an instant comfort factor that invites a pet to snuggle and people to kick off their shoes and relax. GET
plastic on her sofa so her poodle could nap there without getting it dirty — or at least that is what she told everyone. For better looks and more comfort, try a blanket on a cozy chair or sofa for your pooch; he or she will love you for it.
“Slipcovers” — kholst3133
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Clump Rock
Comforter and rug for guest bedroom
“The windows” — vycci1153
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Cozy Living Room
I love the built ins and the comfortable furniture.
Be comfortable. Before we start, let’s get real. A formal living room does not have to be fit for serving the Queen of England her tea. It needs to be inviting and comfortable. As long as your items are neat and well organized, they aren’t
read. Pull out your favorite design books, trashy magazines, or that novel you haven't had time to read lately and indulge. Curl up on the sofa, a chaise or even on your bed with a warm blanket and a fattening coffee or cocoa drink. Blue Monday has now become a great excuse to indulge.
“Book shelves” — tommaryjane
Glenn Gissler Design
Glenn Gissler Design
hate the wallpaper, but love the warm, calm, comfort of the rest of the room
In my opinion, any kind of bedding and bed-making style works well with interesting textiles tossed into the mix.; calming/comforting
chaise lounge...chaise lounge
“etek” — ayphill
Cravotta Interiors
18 Reviews
Four Seasons Contemporary - Master Bedroom
Designate a spot for reading. A comfortable chair, a side table and a reading lamp are all you need to create a favorite spot.
Comfortable seating
“tall chair” — bullshed
Jeffers Design Group
1 Review
Martis Camp Getaway
Located in picturesque Martis Camp in Truckee, California this second home for a young family is easy, comfortable and fun. A great mixture of industrial chic and warm blankets redefines rustic. No antler chandeliers here! JDG also designed the family's San Francisco residence. Photography by Matthew
“Ventanas” — galimberti80
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