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The Front DoorAllison Cosmos
Designer Allison Cosmos gave the door was given
applied the design with gloss white.
ago. The design was not a stencil but a hand drawn pattern repeated then transferred to the door. I can create a stencil for you if you are not in the Orange County area and send it to you.
interior designer Marjorie Skouras. Perhaps you can contact her and inquire.
a bit too busy, but conceptually, use a door and paint a contrasting design, then cover with glass for countertop
shedpdencil a design on iy an sy
hand-painted design. This designer used a gloss white to paint an incredible design over a base coat of coral.
Paneling clearly clearly didn't provide enough pizzazz for designer Allison Cosmos. The door was painted with a coral coat of paint in a satin finish before the gloss white design was applied.
my officeArtistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
erior design student Jill Roberson Awbrey shares her stance on the issue: "As an interior design student who has also practiced interior design prior to working towards a degree, I find some value [in licensing]. There is a big difference between decorating and designing. Any time you are dealing with
Oasis Design and Remodeling says, "Good design is not just about throw pillows, it is about balance, scale, lighting, color, among other things. Some aspects of that are taught, some are innate." Houzz user cjbirk adds, "a license won't make a designer better, but in hiring a licensed designer, the client
interior designer Tineke Triggs says that although she doesn't think it's necessary to have a license to decorate a home, it's important for an interior designer to have a licensed engineer or architect in the picture if structural materials are moved or remodeled. "Personally, I think experience is really
Living RoomEmily A. Clark
dictated the design. But make no mistake, other tools have been skillfully employed here, like the repetition of the soft green color of the painting in the curtains and the chair cushions. First tool: repetition
dictated the design. But make no mistake, other tools have been skillfully employed here, like the repetition of the soft green color of the painting in the curtains and the chair cushions. First tool: repetition. Use for Assignment 1. Light, Scale, Color, Texture, Rhythm & Repetition
dictated the design. But make no mistake, other tools have been skillfully employed here, like the repetition of the soft green color of the painting in the curtains and the chair cushions. First tool: repetition.
Betsy Burnhambetsy burnham
a room design people can often get caught up in trying to define their exact style: traditional, contemporary, cottage, transitional. This can prove to be limiting. An alternative approach to designing a space can be to start with favorite pieces already owned. Afterwards add in only items that are equally
Burnham Design developed Instant Space, her online design service, to fill a need she recognized: offering high-quality design to budget-conscious and long-distance clients. Full-service interior design from the highly sought-after Burnham can get quite expensive. But if a client is willing to do some
implement the design on their own time. If you love the Burnham Design look and appreciate receiving a luxe box with samples and professional design boards in the mail (rather than emailed documents alone), this could be the right choice for you. Also worth noting, you can choose to add trade-only fabrics and
Dining by Design 2010ADEENI DESIGN GROUP
npohl designed by Adeeni Design Group Photo: Crystal Shafer Waye
2011Dining by DesignGalleria at San Francisco Design Center 101 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco, CA View and celebrate tasty tabletops as delicious as their designs at the 11th annual Dining By Design presented by DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS). The highly anticipated fundraiser showcases
showcases top designers who create inspiring, one-of-a-kind tabletop installations on display for two nights.Table Hop and Taste Preview Party: Nov. 16, 2011; 6–11 p.m. DIFFA's Dining By Design Gala Dinner: Nov. 17, 2011; 6:30–11 p.m.More design events: Oct. 21-Nov. 12, 2011, Oct. 28-Nov. 18, 2011What's on your
Beach House BridgehamptonAmy Lau Design
pillow design and the paint color
Interior Design ShowMetro Toronto Convention Centre255 Front St W Toronto, Ontario, CanadaSee what's new in interior design and the latest in design products at Canada's largest contemporary design fair. Mingle with design professionals, discover the latest from product exhibitors, attend workshops and
other design-savvy consumers and media. Not to miss is the 3rd annual "Conversations in Design" symposium featuring 12 international "Trailblazers and Trendspotters." The symposium will include: Amy Lau (work shown here), Michael Bruno of 1st Dibs, John Edelman of Design Within Reach and others.
Also, the designer has created a coastal color palette that is unexpected and fresh. Do you have driftwood or other sticks in your décor? Please share it with us in the comments section! More: Tricia Rose's Creative Cabin on the Water Life in the Fun Lane
Denver Country Club HomeAndrea Schumacher Interiors
through your designer) and the art is from CAI Designs in the Denver Design District. The carved piece above the tv is an antique piece from Wesco.
interior designer’s qualifications. Schumacher, for example, has a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Colorado State University, studied universal design at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and is an allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers.
interior designer is qualified to take on your project, says Schumacher. “Another way to qualify an interior designer is to look at their education and make sure it matches up with what they do for a living,” she adds. Take into account both a design-related education and professional certification to get
Kitchenmodern house architects
Appliances and Design is very inspiring. We added this image to our new Kitchen Appliance Inspiration ideabook to help inspire others.
Universal design. Product design is becoming more thoughtful and taking into account how people age with their homes. Everything from faucets to raised dishwashers are being designed for easier use by people of all ages and needs. 6. Gorgeous and functional ventilation. Hoods are breaking out of the basic
new sink designs coming out everyday are truly reinventing the infamous mousetrap. Offset drains, integrated cutting boards and multi-level interiors are just some of the options in sinks, which are available in all sorts of stunning shapes and sizes.10. Convenient, hands-free faucets. Designed with universal
Contemporary dining areaKuDa Photography
Professor of Design History at the New York School of Interior Design.No reservations required; seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.More design events: Oct. 7-28, 2011, Oct. 14-Nov. 4, 2011What's on your calendar this month? Let us know about your favorite upcoming design events below!
Arts and DesignNew York, NYSecure a seat at a panel discussion exploring why the go-to Modernism style from the 1960s, including the rise of designers Russel Wright, Eero Saarinen and Charles and Ray Eames, is now experiencing a unique revival. Organized by the New York School of Interior Design in partnership
Arts and Design, the panelists include Vladimir Kagan, Jack Lenor Larsen, Evan Snyderman, and Anna Hoffman. Engage in the discussion as the panelists — who were involved in both the original revolution and current revival — offer answers to the question, "Why now?" The panel will be moderated by Judith
The kitchens simplicity nod easy to clean design
The truth is, great kitchen design is less about looks and more about how it works. Great design translates
a Well-Designed Kitchen Photo 8 of 8 The truth is, great kitchen design is less about looks and more about how it works. Great design translates to a house that functions better, costs less to build, is more efficient to run and maintain, and gets you more for less. A great meal doesn’t have to cost
kitchen design. Make sure it’s a great one!
Contemporary design concept that is not congested.
kitchen designs, we often think of frameless cabinets, sleek and simple hardware, strong horizontal lines and a lack of ornamentation, with the natural beauty of the materials shining through. Guide: 8 Elements of a Modern Kitchen
Westlight HouseMcClellan Architects
makes me think about high-grade designs built into hillsides
sleek modern design and beautiful windows
Choose a design professional. To create a plan and detailed scope of work, most homeowners hire either an architect or interior designer, and sometimes both. Every company does things a little differently, and design licensing varies in each state. Many designers work on projects that don’t involve major
another designer. Selecting a design professional usually starts with an in-person meeting, which can take a few weeks depending on how many companies you are interviewing. This is your opportunity to understand the services that each firm offers and make sure they match up with what you are expecting
A Classic Country White GardenDeborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
Formal design with use of boxwood shrubs to create a fenced off area.
arbor + plant scaping + local vendor/designer
whole design is what I would like on my backyard.
X-shape design of the two formal beds. Then, the silvery white contrasting elements (in the triangular sections) catch the eye. Which section is the positive form and which is the negative? You need both to complete the design.
Later these basically two-dimensional designs were "embroidered" with plants
intricately designed yard like this one is perfect for entertaining, especially when a server mingles to make sure everyone's mint julep stays full.
A traditional potager has separate beds with one crop each. Today's potager-inspired gardens combine edibles and ornamentals but draw design cues from classic