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Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Cottage
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Humans, like many animals, are drawn to little nooks they can curl up in to feel safe and warm. Rather than seeing small, defined spaces as design challenges, view them as perfect opportunities for a nest.
Humans, like many animals, are drawn to little nooks they can curl up in to feel safe and warm. Rather than seeing small, defined spaces as design challenges, view them as perfect opportunities for a nest.
“Great place to read and nap” — meganmclaughlin
CIH Design
7 Reviews
HGTV Designer's Challenge Show
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HGTV Designer's Challenge winning design features bright tropical colors in vintage pillow fabric, custom hand carved furniture and sunny tones of turquoise, cream and yellow. This space was also featured in Florida Design Magazine.
HGTV Designer's Challenge Show
Designer's Challenge
Florida Design magazine
CIH Design
“Screen” — Jackie Caballero
CIH Design
7 Reviews
HGTV Designer's Challenge Show
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This master bedroom was featured in Florida Design Magazine and was also awarded the winning design scheme on HGTV Designer's Challenge Show. Layers of textured fabrics complete the custom bedding ensemble to create a relaxing and serence environment.
HGTV Designer's Challenge Show
Designer's Challenge Show
Florida Design magazine
CIH Design
CIH Design
7 Reviews
HGTV Designer's Challenge Show
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This entrance are was showcased on TV Designer's Challenge as the winning design scheme. Custom Art Deco glass separates the dining area from the entrance where custom three dimensional artwork is displayed. This space was featured in Florida Design Magazine.
HGTV Designer's Challenge Show
Designer's Challenge
Florida Design magazine
CIH Design
“deco glass picture” — twigofthedeepwoods
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Woodsy retreat in Toronto
Ideabooks243
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Design challenge: a long space consisting of many small rooms. To make it feel cohesive and less like a collection of smaller moments, she used a consistent color
One of the design challenges of Bunton's home was its original layout: a long space consisting of many small rooms. To make it feel cohesive and less like a collection of smaller moments, she used a consistent color palette in most of the home.Love seat: Elton, West Elm; mail bags: Etsy; decorative windows:
“Small settee in corner by window” — pepsildl
Julie Ranee Photography
Emma's Cottage
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The Salyers added central air conditioning after moving into the home. Ductwork placement can often present design challenges, but here the vent is well disguised in a dining room built-in bookshelf. Donnie's handmade cabinetry adds to the home's eclectic style.
The Salyers added central air conditioning after moving into the home. Ductwork placement can often present design challenges, but here the vent is well disguised in a dining room built-in bookshelf. Donnie's handmade cabinetry adds to the home's eclectic style.
“Old photos on bookshelf” — becsnboys
Heather Merenda
Vancouver: Connie+Nick
Ideabooks417
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The main-floor bathroom was the couple's biggest design challenge. Nick originally purchased slabs of onyx from China. "Onyx is such a delicate material. We had to assure our fabricator, M&W Stoneworks, that
The main-floor bathroom was the couple's biggest design challenge. Nick originally purchased slabs of onyx from China. "Onyx is such a delicate material. We had to assure our fabricator, M&W Stoneworks, that we wouldn't hold them responsible if there were problems during the cutting-fitting process
“leggs” — Sam Kuehn
Belong
Photo: Susan Armstrong © 2013 Houzz
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room abuts the kitchen and dining rooms, and offers excellent mingling room, and width, so that the main living spaces work together well. The design challenge here was to create a stairway to the basement level without narrowing the room; glass panels were the answer. Cream wool sofa is from Toronto's
daughters and, semi hidden, Ron), and by architect and personal friend Terry Brown (son, bottom left). The cement coffee table is by local furniture designer Julie Birchall.
rectangle shaped room: love the colors, layout and fireplace design
A second-floor lounge space flows into the dining area and kitchen. The design challenge here was to create a stairway to the bottom level that wouldn't narrow the room. Glass panels were the answer. Portraits of Soskolne's daughters by Canadian artist Charles Pacter adorn the wall, near the top. On
“Color” — Rachel Gruner
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