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Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Glenwood Residence
Ideabooks20,933
Questions12
I would like the ottoman and the drapes to be exactly how they are in this photo. Is it possible to find someone to make both and make sure the fabrics match? I have already ordered my sofa and chair. I've been trying to find
How is the furniture arranged? I need some ideas and the above photo looks like my living room.
Show your adventurous side by adding a leopard-print rug in a contemporary space. This print works harmoniously with the drapery and toss pillows and injects an element of fun without being disruptive.
“living room” — noly40
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Lu-In+Dave: Squirrel Hill, PA
Ideabooks612
Questions2
beverage area when the couple entertains. Stool: Model Six Stool, by Jeff Covey, Design Within Reach; Wall Color: Mt Rushmore Rock, by Benjamin Moore Photo: Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
LOVE the work space! Where are the drawers/file cabinets from?
like small circular chair, sits nicely under when not using, looks clean
Desk space in kitchen area set up high. Good amount of space. Stool is perfect for how I would use this kind of space
Love this use of space ... much better than an island
Work space incorporated into kitchen g , Work space in kitchen , fabulous
“Window trim” — wwk514
USI Design & Remodeling
26 Reviews
Southlake Tx Kitchen designer
Ideabooks13,367
Questions20
Beautiful red colored island. What color are they? I want to paint a small wine buffet that color. Gorgeous.
I was going to use a shade of teal shade which works with my granite and is fun and fresh in my space. Someone however suggested black, for the appliances - this now has me thinking. Attached is my photo - it's a work in progress as you can see. Suggestions? Look forward to your expert feedback. Thanks
If you'll look up WR woodworking on Houzz and show Wes the photo he can replicate and ship you a top to your dimensions.
Print the photo and I'd consult your local custom cabinet maker. This island pictured is 54" x 24"
The small island gives you an opportunity to add a splash of bold color to an otherwise neutral space. This one looks charming and has lots of storage, and the wood counter adds country-living flavor.
“Island and backsplash” — darciwhite16
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
The Passage
Ideabooks14,397
Questions16
Before Siemasko + Verbridge got their hands on this house, it was a convoluted maze of small rooms and skinny hallways. The renovation made sense of the layout, and took full advantage of the captivating ocean views. The result is a harmonious blend of contemporary style with classic and sophisticated
ted elements. The “empty nest” home is transformed into a welcoming sanctuary for the extended family of kids and grandkids. Photo Credit: Josh Kuchinsky
for your question Shellabella. In our opinion it's always nice to have a prep sink in the island. If you are worried about enough working space just keep it small, you don't need a huge sink.
These counter height chairs are custom made. The originals have an opening in the chair back. The link below will show you. http://www.houzz.com/photos/150772/Velin-Counter-Stool-contemporary-bar-stools-and-counter-stools-other-metros You can visit this link: http://www.hollyhunt.com/ShowShowroomMap
“Love the stove” — Heather Baker
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks7,494
Questions17
beveled subway tile check this one out with a slight crackle. http://www.houzz.com/photos/143400/Ceramic-Basics---Ann-Sacks-Elements-traditional-bathroom-tile-other-metros These are more contemporary http://www.houzz.com/photos/211668/Merola-Metro-Chelsea-Subway-White-traditional-kitchen-tile-Not sure what
kitchen in a 50's ranch home? I am having my kitchen remodeled this summer and I would love to do this but I'm not sure how it would look in a smaller space. Thanks!
It should be a minimum of 36" for a "one cook" kitchen. 42" - 48" is the recommended distance for multiple chefs. The extra space allows two people to easily access all areas of the kitchen at the same time with out crowding or bumping into each other.
“Comptoir en bois” — jremilla
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
20 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks5,310
Questions7
I'm currently building a new home. The kitchen doesn't have very much work space so I'm wanting to add a small island. This island looks about right in size.
I've used pendants and spots together on a rail system. The one shown here (http://www.houzz.com/photos/1404312/Brookline-traditional-kitchen-burlington) is above a peninsula with breakfast bar. I used longer cords on the pendants so they could swag to
love love love should i paint small antique black? matte? love
“Black buffet+갈색” — maydanozlee
Flagg Coastal Homes
5 Reviews
Beach House Living Room
Ideabooks2,482
Questions8
Here are the other photos available on this project. Hope that helps! http://www.houzz.com/projects/45155/Beach-House
small ideas for small spaces, love it
What do you like about this photo? The woodwork and the flow.
River decor...Cape cod decor...white decor
“Windows behind sofa” — ayaimah
BUILD LLC
Massena Residence
Ideabooks4,443
Questions5
Exterior Landscape + Gabion Wall Photo by BUILD LLC
Retaining wall.....looks awesome! See other pic @ http://www.houzz.com/photos/2074760/Massena-Residence-modern-landscape-seattle
The rock retaining wall might suit the boundary fence in the small court yard.
river rock cobblestone make up this wall. Do put a sealer on the rocks to saturate and bring out the full color in the stone. Gabion walls give the space a modern feel while still highlighting natural elements.
Webb, the landscape architect for the project, put a sealer on the rocks to saturate and bring out the full color in the stone. Gabion walls give the space a modern feel while still highlighting natural elements
Webb, the landscape architect for the project, put a sealer on the rocks to saturate and bring out the full color in the stone. Gabion walls give the space a modern feel while still highlighting natural elements.
“Orange” — lyndonw
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