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Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Rox Residence
Ideabooks5,669
Questions11
Yes please tell us where you got the wallpaper. Thanks
who is the builder? and do they have more pictures of the exterior of this project somewhere for us to see?
designer Shirley Meisels says the sleekness that guys seek should be softened just a tad, an approach she took when designing this Toronto bachelor pad. “A home has softer touches,” she says. “The bedroom should be a soft place to land at the end of a long day. Add a throw blanket and cushions, something
“Simple stencils on a dark floor but with pure white ceiling and large windows. Note: Might not work” — mman34
Seattle Architecture and Design
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Ideabooks13,213
Questions6
love the understated framed art. our wedding pics. pics of us with infants. pics of us with kids now.
Make your own art and showcase it in a big way, as this clever person did. To see how she created this one-of-a-kind piece, click here.
“bedroom 0501” — Nima.A.
Synergy Design & Construction
8 Reviews
Leesburg Traditional Kitchen
Ideabooks5,078
Questions7
similar colors might be Benjamin Moore's "Hodley Red" #HC-65, or "Santa Fe Tan" #2097-40 and the colors surrounding (https://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for-your-home/color-gallery#&ce_vm=0&ce_x=0&ce_y=21). Hope this helps! -Emily
“similar colors might be Benjamin Moore's "Hodley Red" #HC-65, or "Santa Fe Tan" #2097-40 and the colors surrounding (https://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for-your-home/color-
the style of cupboard (a bit dark), the two level peninsula
“kitchen don't like” — smartweed
Tess Bethune Interiors
1 Review
Kitchen
Ideabooks11,200
Questions18
Love to paint on the window wall - what colour/make us it please? Also where are the tiles from?
Please tell us the brand of bracket you used for bookshelves.
2. Transitional Cottage in Venice, CaliforniaA family of four moved into this cozy guest cottage on their property while they renovated the main house.
“Tiles to juxtapose the rest of the darks in the house or is it old Sokol now” — maxbeesley
Jamison Howard
10 Reviews
Wall Residence Master Bedroom
Ideabooks25,009
Questions20
I wish that "shabby nest"? would stop guessing at paint colors. It's annoying and obnoxious. It's truly no help to any of us.
Nice overall look. Mantel wouldn't work for us but could use the same style.
“The moulding” — Precision Trim Solutions
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown Phase II
Ideabooks3,199
Questions4
This wall of limestone blocks gives us perhaps the best solution for creating the simplest minimalist boundary. It has a great presence in the garden while linking with the gravel floor.The wall's size and smooth surface allow it to act as a movie screen or a place for projecting garden lighting. The
This wall of limestone blocks gives us perhaps the best solution for creating the simplest minimalist wall. It has a great presence in the garden while linking with the gravel floor.The wall’s
“pool” — jmllanesc
Stonebrook Design Build
3 Reviews
Guest House and Office
Ideabooks11,032
Questions6
Look at nature or water. Whoever's working at this desk has a great view of nature, which is important, because looking at green, leafy scenes helps us destress and restocks our mental energy, something that gets depleted when we perform knowledge work. No nature to look at? Add a fountain with burbling
designer Debra Campbell. “A long and shallow desk takes up less depth in the room but still allows for plenty of workspace.”
1. Look at nature or water. Whoever's working at this desk has a great view of nature, which is important, because looking at green, leafy scenes helps us destress and restocks
“Black top” — Chase Russell
Nigel Walker and Associates Inc
1 Review
Ravens Wood Whistler BC
Ideabooks4,942
Questions3
Closest to us if cabin like
Mountain home for us!! Love the fireplace
“roof” — Annika E
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