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Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ
3 Reviews
Mid-Century Mod - Dallas, TX
breathing room while providing open access to both spaces. A ceramic pup stands guard on the hearth — a sweet compromise for a little one who desires a dog ... and a relief to the cat resting on the ottoman.
“Plancher chêne red or white” — jacy61
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
Main Street Landscape is your choice for landscape contractors in Northern Virginia. Offering full-service landscape architecture design and installation.
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Exterior
4. The power of fencing. In the suburbs and the country, fencing is often used to used to keep dogs and kids in or to define the space of the yard, but in the city, it's can be used as a design element. Rather than fencing has space so you can see through it, tightly woven, tall fencing can create an
“i like the fence” — Elizabeth Calderon
Tess Fine
Nadia Dole
The Doles now share the sprawling property with hens, roosters, cats, horses and dogs, and have furnished the ex-barn, which was built by the husband of novelist and blogger Corine Gantz back in the 1970s, with cozy, linen-draped pieces and rustic natural wood pieces. The main floor has two living room
“Hardwood floors” — kharrison2
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
book, "Modern Glamour," I took notice of her use of organic shapes to break up rigid lines. If you're like me and like things to be linear, a horse or dog statue is an excellent way to break up straight-line monotony. Check out ZGallerie's white horse bust; it's a great way to introduce sculpture-like
“Cool in miniature” — Simone Fynn
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Encinitas remodel
this one.Light: This plant likes bright, indirect light. Water: Give it a drink every two weeks. OUR TIP: Keep out of reach of inquisitive babies, dogs and cats, as this plant is toxic.
“I like this color and style of wood” — bkakn
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Southampton Residence
people play around with portraits, whether it’s blogger sfgirlbybay’s playing with her thrift finds, Jonathan Adler’s adding silhouettes of the family dog or Brian Patrick Flynn’s covering up an entire wall with a fab old photo of his parents. Find great inspiration for how to display portraits in this
“photo” — Sarah Oakes
Martha O'Hara Interiors
87 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
safety protection for the whole family, but especially for toddlers and seniors.And don’t forget about your pets. How many times have you winced as the dog or cat tried to take a corner too fast and skidded into the wall? Do pets a favor: Give them some traction.
“middle floor” — nethzlm
Kelly & Stone Architects
6 Reviews
North Lake tahoe Residence
If you use your master bath every day to get ready for work, shower after soccer, bathe the kids and wash the dog, how can you make it feel like a spa when you have the time to relax?When general lighting or task lighting is switched off (the downlights, or pot lights, in the photo), ambient lighting
“Badewanne” — pfunzle
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