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gne architecture
5 Reviews
dining room
Don’t feel tied down to one flooring option, even if you live in a studio or loft with open space. Mixing different elements creates texture, contrast and visual interest.
“wooden floor” — tapzyn
David Harber
Dark Planet garden sculpture in traditional style courtyard
years ago at the Chelsea Flower Show, and since have seen them used as very effective water features — most dramatically when lit from the inside, creating a stunning night feature.
“not the ball” — kerrikales
Tamara Magel Studio
5 Reviews
Neutral color blocking. White and black are generally classified as neutrals. Their huge contrast creates a stunning color block. This thoroughly modern, clean and sophisticated kitchen uses just the right amount of both. Tip: When working with a black and white palette, try adding one other solid color
“Love the stools” — bernieandedna
Christopher Simmonds Architect
1 Review
Gatineau Hills
two-dimensional drawings (as well as written specifications) to communicate a homeowner’s intent to the construction team. This documentation is used to create your three-dimensional structures.This sounds simple enough, but there are many chances for misunderstandings each time a team member reads the do
“Sinks and big mirror” — sands1205
Michael Abrams Limited
20 Reviews
Seeley Guest Bedroom
Go for luxury. “Invest in luxurious bedding to create a welcome bedroom retreat,” says Wiener. “Thick down-filled comforters and pillows coupled with a fitted bed skirt and pillow shams will elevate the
“Great curtain idea for blacking out the windows/doors in movie room.” — terlynculwill
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
Strauss Residence
Pleated fans and an American flag combine to create one festive front porch. The tapered Craftsman columns up its curb appeal, too.
“I love the symmetry of this house and the soft colour of the bricks” — saliendo
Three Legged Pig Design
5 Reviews
6. Create visual reminders. Taping up notes and placing necessary tools where you won't miss them can help, especially when you are first trying to adopt a new
“Bannister” — dccmd2g
Lucy McLintic
Lucy McLintic
poorly organized (with four entry doors), and falling to pieces. The problems were solved by blocking up a doorway between the kitchen and bathroom, creating more counter space for the kitchen and room for a sink in the bathroom. The doors were removed between other rooms.The countertops have an unusual
“Splashback” — shills2002
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