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sheen, because it will be easier to clean. “With families and dogs, you want something durable, but you don’t want it to look like that first apartment you rented, with shiny walls,” says Daly. That’s why she recommends an eggshell finish, which has the least possible sheen but is easier to clean than
sheen, because it will be easier to clean. “With families and dogs, you want something durable, but you don’t want it to look like that first apartment you rented, with shiny walls,” says Daly. That’s why she recommends an eggshell finish, which has the least possible sheen but is easier to clean than
Uptown High RiseDona Rosene Interiors
Thank you jessicachiu! This is an apartment the client rented and all the finishes were already there so I don't know. One reason the room is so bright is the floor to ceiling windows which can be seen
Thank you Alan. The ceiling treatment was existing in the apartment building. It appears to be plywood sheets covered in a thin layer of material of some sort. You may want to call The Glass House and inquire with them about it. Good luck! Dona Rosene Dona Rosene Interiors www.donaroseneinteriors
My apartment. Interior has an accent.
Wednesday: Rosene does some recon and tags home base. "I did a little shopping online before I went to Jared’s apartment to look at the space in person — to see what else I needed and to confirm I was headed in the right direction," Rosene says. She had scoped out the art that breaks up the long entryway
Micro-apartmentAllen+Killcoyne Architects
Hi. The refrigerator is concealed in a lower cabinet across from the apartment entry door. It includes a small freezer with an icemaker.
The louvered wall makes the bedroom feel less claustrophobic, Killcoyne explains, while screening it from most angles of the apartment. The painting above the bed is by Thomas Hubben.
I like the layout, clean style and the bedroom is separated from the rest of the apartment.
explains, while screening it from most angles of the apartment. The painting above the bed is by Thomas Hubben.
The louvered wall makes the bedroom feel less claustrophobic, Killcoyne explains, while screening it from most angles of the apartment. The painting above the bed is by Thomas Hubben.
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You can create an "office space" within another room by creatively curating and arranging furnishing and artwork as a vignette, it will set itself apart from the rest of the room.
love the desk space, organized and the wall decorations
1. Determine your budget. Knowing how much you can afford for rent (or a home purchase) should come before deciding where you want to live. Having a realistic view of what you each can contribute to the monthly expenses (rent, utilities, food) will let you search for spaces you can pay for.Talking
etc. You can create greater balance by making a list of the estimated monthly expenses and deciding what you will split down the middle (for example, rent) and what you’ll trade off on (maybe one of you can buy groceries while the other pays for gas). Mapping out a plan that feels fair to both of you can
Family Heritage in a Modern HomeCynthia Lynn Photography
flooring, paint, fixtures and more, according to a set timetable.Research added value. Some changes will mean your landlord can ask for more rent or will make the apartment more appealing to renters in the future; other changes that are based on your personal preferences may not. It's important to know the
you wanted to hear. Don't say judgmental things about the unit. Use words like "worn out" or "damaged," not "ugly."Be an excellent tenant. Pay your rent on time every month, sign a long lease and take care of the property.Familiarize yourself with the law as best you can. Most areas require landlords
difference before asking your landlord to approve or help finance your project.If you are asking for permission to do DIY work, show examples of apartment upgrades you have done in the past. Proof of good taste can go a long way!
living roomThe Red Jet
Another option is TVCoverUps. Framed Art(including your own) or Mirror adds to the room's decor, with the hidden TV and Entertainment Consoles beneath. See how EASY it really is : http://youtu.be/05bwMqaAS5Y
I like the decor, its simple but there's still a lot
3. Mid-century retro in a Boston apartment: This apartment in Boston belongs to Amanda, the author of the blog Red Jet Whistle. In addition to some great thrift scores, her creative moves included
you ultimately will be responsible for. There are certainly horror stories out there about sublets gone wrong, so you should not take the decision to rent out your home lightly. There are ways to minimize these risks but not to eliminate them.
Can you write the height of the partition wall the height of the decorative wall
Clean, crisp colors, simple but interesting decor.
FAQs About Occasionally Renting Out Your Home Who would want to rent my home? Even if you don't live in a vacation mecca or big city, you could still have good luck renting out your home occasionally. Folks traveling to your town for business or to
i'm going to be renting an apartment and i'm am about to have a baby. rather than go to the laundry mat w/ my newborn's clothes i would like to replace the dishwasher with a small
garage apartment, kitchen
Fit garage apartment
great layout for apartment
apartment kitchen...Ideas for apartment...Moms kitchen decor...Basement apartment
Forest Park Southeast New ConstructionUrban Improvement Company
This three bedroom home with an attached studio apartment was designed with a formal front elevation that responds to the adjacent structures in height and setback, while adding new textures with a custom rain screen façade in colors that draw their tones from the traditional bricks of the neighborhood
neighborhood. The home is organized around a courtyard, a private destination apart from the busy urban surroundings. The scale of the courtyard is reduced by stepping the building down to a one-story wing containing the living room and master bedroom, with an overhead door to allow for a dynamic indoor/outdoor
Size: 2,900 square feet (269 square meters); 3 bedrooms, 3½ baths, plus an attached apartment with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom
Architecture and Interior DesignEd Ritger Photography
When you rent, you may not be able to justify springing for custom built-ins — but there are plenty of other ways to tuck smart storage into your apartment.Craft an office out of a tiny closet, tuck blankets and board games into a coffee
When you rent, you may not be able to justify springing for custom built-ins — but there are plenty of other ways to tuck smart storage into your apartment. Craft an office out of a tiny closet, tuck blankets and board games into a coffee
have the Night Fever, you should go all out and hang a real disco ball. Your friends may snicker about it behind your back, but hey, at least your decor will have people talking.
Cobble Hill Row houseBonaventura Architect
lived in this building for 60 years and had carved it into four apartments. Architect Lorraine Bonaventura took everything down to the brick structure and converted the house into two units — a three-level home on top of an apartment now rented to a young family.The first floor of the main house, which is
lived in this building for 60 years and had divided it into four apartments. Architect Lorraine Bonaventura took everything down to the brick structure and converted the house into two units — a three-level home on top of an apartment now rented to a young family.The first floor of the main house, which is
at this studio,comforteable living room small but big, color of couch make funny the area , decorated and remodeled by the architect Juan Rodriguez and rented by www.globalcitybreak.co.uk/holiday-apartments-malaga/13
view it's true , lights inside and outside were very similar at this photography hour, apartment is well in lighting, even you can see the ugly long antenna mast, I decide to keep it because this apartment is for rent and guests could say thah website picture and reallity is unreal, of course I can leave
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