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Tara Seawright
Entrance Foyer
Ideabooks6,928
Questions8
4. Use mirrors to create depth. This is probably the oldest trick in the decorator's book, and with good reason. Mirrors reflect light and views, standing in as extra windows and amplifying the space. Try placing a mirror in the entryway
4. Use mirrors to create depth. This is probably the oldest trick in the decorator's book, and with good reason. Mirrors reflect light and views, standing in as extra windows and amplifying the space. Try placing a mirror in the entryway
“Love the look” — Hein Grobler
Best & Company
2 Reviews
El Dorado
Ideabooks60,592
Questions27
Ceilings are interesting since subconsciously they can set the tone of a room. Unless you have a highly decorative ceiling, the ceiling is often ignored. But sometimes that is the way it should be, something that stays in the background of your mind. So try
you feeling frustrated or simply uninspired, learning from the pros is a great way to get unstuck. Sign up for a design workshop, and read more decorating books, design blogs and ideabooks.
“casita table” — kabatpalmsprings
Mark Henninger
Apples & Couch
Ideabooks1,898
Questions7
Combine a trio of collectibles with decorative books. This combination of mercury glass and hardbacks creates a subtle yet stylish statement.
“pop of blue... ottoman?” — socrscot14
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TREE HOUSE
Ideabooks1,549
Questions0
I love books I love to read and I find this look very calming.
Can't do the books on the floor, but I like this desk, and I like the plant decor.
the way the books are stacked.
Possibly stack books on the cedar chest?
use of table with trunk, wood n books
Stack in styleIf your house is overflowing with books, take some off the shelves and onto the floor. These neat piles flanking and covering a console table add arty stripes, as well as being super-easy to access.
Decorate your deskFavourite or useful books needn’t be tucked away. Have them to hand by
Decide what sort of books to read. Before coming up with a specific book list, think about what kind of books your group is interested in reading in general. Literary fiction? Biographies and memoirs? Chick lit? Or you could decide to work your way through a book list (there are tons out there)
“books” — Lisa Thurgur
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Brin & Nate
Ideabooks178
Questions0
bookcase decor
books organized by color
rainbow books...shelf decor...blue books...book organization...colorful books...blue stacked books
“Shelves” — sophiegarland
McCroskey Interiors
8 Reviews
McCroskey Interiors
Ideabooks3,720
Questions8
Love the lighting, book case and wall color all decor
Office decor...Wall/book shelf...Lights, book shelf...decorate with books
“Masa” — suledalan
Adelene Keeler Smith Interior Design
6 Reviews
4 - Eclectic Townhouse
Ideabooks331
Questions1
decorating with books
Table decor
“Centerpiece” — asigle1
Whimages
Built in desk/Reading nook
Ideabooks1,019
Questions0
Great way to cover a book
Wow, never thought of Christmas wrapping paper for book covers. Great idea
Cover books for that decorator look. Book covers might not be
paper. Cover books for that decorator look. Book covers might not be for everyone, but covering books with pretty pieces of gift wrap (no glue required) can bring extra style to a bookcase.
cover old books with wrapping paper
Wrap books with wrapping paper for a decorated look on bookcase
7. Cover books for that decorator look. Book covers might not be for everyone, but covering books with pretty pieces of gift wrap (no glue required) can bring extra style to a bookcase.
cover books with wrapping paper or wall paper
7. Cover books for that decorator look. Book covers might not be for everyone, but covering books with pretty pieces of gift wrap (no glue required)
“reuse wrapping paper to cover books for decor” — lexifitzpatrick
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