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Louise Lakier
1 Review
My Houzz: Tiny and Tinier; big space in a small house and smaller ADU.
Ideabooks1,385
Questions2
guest cottage, nicknamed "Tinier," combines the amenities and streamlined look of a modern condo with the historic charm of the larger main house. It also feels much grander than its 342 square feet would suggest, with tall ceilings, light finishes and lots of natural light that creates the illusion
“drawer under bench” — Bonnie ONeale Dowell
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Joel Snayd
3 Reviews
Sleeping Loft
Ideabooks9,025
Questions6
beach cottage, using different shades for depth. Tiny sample cans of paint are perfect for experimenting to find just the right ones. After the paint is up, work in white window treatments and furniture for yet another layer. Then have some fun with the accents.
“The sailing curtains” — villhainspira
The Cavender Diary
1 Review
Christmas at the Cavender House
Ideabooks2,467
Questions6
whisper “cottage”; the layered rugs refer to bohemian; and the simple, contemporary linen-y sofa reminds us of both Shabby Chic and farmhouse. It surely represents the best of all worlds. It’s strikingly personal, interesting and storied, and it doesn’t even hint at “hands off.”
whisper “cottage”; the layered rugs refer to bohemian; and the simple, contemporary linen-y sofa reminds us of both Shabby Chic and farmhouse.
whisper “cottage”; the layered rugs refer to bohemian; and the simple, contemporary linen-y sofa reminds us of both Shabby Chic and farmhouse.It surely represents the best of all worlds. It’s strikingly personal, interesting and storied, and it doesn’t even hint at “hands off.” As you peruse your rooms
“painted brick fireplace, indian photo, flag photo and rugs” — vikkidawn
The Middleton Group
3 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks3,176
Questions5
Lowcountry cottage style. Wall paint: Cashmere Grey, Benjamin Moore
Cottage Feel, Window in kitchen
Cottage feel
“colors” — jray5
Vicente Burin Architects
Vicente Burin Architects
Ideabooks7,564
Questions8
Minimalist? Cottage? All of the above? No matter which way you spin it, the striped pattern adapts to the look.
up my cottage...modern cottage
“Walls” — mitchellkelly
Jarrett Design, LLC
13 Reviews
IMKDC Winner
Ideabooks8,506
Questions6
modern cottage - love the marble around the sink
classic cottage elements can be a hard sell. Work to keep both looks balanced, repeating similar shapes and lines to integrate the two styles seamlessly.
Cottage kitchen
“Shelf” — wjanson13
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Nordquist
Ideabooks16,848
Questions11
small cottage, a modern loft or a classic Colonial, you can add a nest to keep your home feeling cozy and comfortable at any time of year. Keep your accessories and furnishings consistent with your style and don't be afraid to leave walls up when renovating your space. A little nest to hide in can make
small cottage, a modern loft or a classic Colonial, you can add a nest to keep your home feeling cozy and comfortable at any time of year. Keep your accessories and furnishings consistent with your style and don't be afraid to leave walls up when renovating your space. A little nest to hide in can make
“great table” — ddopimentel
Jeannie Balsam LLC
8 Reviews
Nantucket Cliffs
Ideabooks8,811
Questions9
in our cottage in Canada. Thanks.
"I love cottage style" flag fly. Oversize checkerboard painted floors make this porch a playful standout.If you're looking for more indoor living space around your house, consider closing in an existing open or screened in porch and turning it into a sunporch. If you want to show off in front of the neighbors
“painted floor” — ecurrann
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