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Kati Curtis Design
New York Powder Room
is twofold: curate with purpose, and create intentional displays. By narrowing down the focus of your collection — white ironstone, say, or plates featuring birds — you can create a more interesting and cohesive collection. Then, find one location where you can fit all of the pieces in one display for
“Like the cluster” — Christine Nigro Ryan
DC Metro Tile, Stone & Countertops
Your One Stop shop for Granite, Marble, Quartz countertops and cabinets.
TKP Architects
10 Reviews
Stone Cottage
achieve.” — Houzz user eis1This doesn’t have a thing to do with the story at hand, but I have to say, even though the photos of L’Hotel in Paris featured in the ideabook were breathtaking, nothing captured my attention like this superfurry critter. Look at the mug on that kitty! I think Grumpy Cat should
“beautiful front door & gorgeous wide floor planks!” — trishbonney
Wen-Di Interiors
2 Reviews
Cochrane Riversong - Innovations by Jayman
This contemporary glider and low-light lamp make for a hardworking and handsome couple. Low-light lamps, preferably ones with dim features, should be staples in any nursery. On long nights with a fussy baby, the light casts a warm, unobtrusive glow and lets the parent lounge on the glider
“Nursery” — jpluvinet
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Home Office
Here’s a clever way to layer patterns: a piece of artwork featuring a patterned subject, hung on a wall of wallpaper in a complementary scale. When decorating, never forget to tap into your creativity!Tutorial: How
“Walls” — Alma Letty Gonzalez
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Remodeled front entry
front facade feels ho-hum, a new front door color can rev it up. Not sure which color will suit your home? We have a number of helpful ideabooks featuring a range of front door color choices and how to pick them; Vanessa Brunner has conveniently put them together in one place for you.
“front porch idea” — dbetbadal
Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
leaving them loose. It’s a dynamic way to punch up the organic feel, and you can’t beat the textural effect. If you’re unable to replicate the flooring feature of this bathroom, simply throw loose stones in a chic bowl or clear vase to score the feel.
“Contemporary bathroom” — stewartm92
Friehauf Architects Inc.
Santaluz Home
The red clay roof tops give the homes a warm, earthy, rustic look. Often the roof lines are multi-level to create interest and asymmetry. This home features a turret.
“Turret” — William Litchfield Residential Designs
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Sea Cliff Hideaway
Rather than the traditional concrete and grass ribbon, this California drive features pavers, slate and greenery in a grid pattern.
“Driveway” — cgreene2
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