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Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Leawood Residence
Ideabooks2,902
Questions6
7. Don't skimp on drapery. More is more in this department. Professionals use fabric yardage that's two and a half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only)
Professionals use fabric yardage that's two and a half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only)
"Professionals use fabric yardage 2.5 to 3x the width of the window.
Don't skimp on drapery. More is more in this department. Professionals use fabric yardage that's two and a half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes.
7. Don't skimp on drapery. More is more in this department. Professionals use fabric yardage that's two and a half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only), you can get away with fabric twice as wide as the window. Don't skimp.Custom Draperies
“Great for small living room space” — Imani Browning
Blackband Design
20 Reviews
Anaheim Hills
Ideabooks1,206
Questions5
20-inch insert for a professional look.
for pillow, overstuff an 18-inch pillow cover with a 20-inch insert for a professional look.
furniture. Instead, overstuff an 18-inch pillow cover with a 20-inch insert for a professional look.
overstuff an 18-inch pillow cover with a 20-inch insert for a professional look.
pillow advice - overstuff an 18" pillow cover with a 20" insert for a professional look - give
postage-stamp-size pillows and matchy-matchy ones that came with the furniture. Instead, overstuff an 18-inch pillow cover with a 20-inch insert for a professional look.
postage-stamp-size pillows and matchy-matchy ones that came with the furniture. Instead, overstuff an 18-inch pillow cover with a 20-inch insert for a professional look.
“pillows” — gimakathy
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Perch
Ideabooks797
Questions0
Consider the rule of three. Most successful lighting concepts use a combination of three types of lighting: ambient, task and accent. By layering all three in differing proportions, you can achieve professional results. Ambient lighting. The
proportions, you can achieve professional results.
Consider the rule of three. Most successful lighting concepts use a combination of three types of lighting: ambient, task and accent. By layering all three in differing proportions, you can achieve professional results. Ambient lighting.
concepts use a combination of three types of lighting: ambient, task and accent. By layering all three in differing proportions, you can achieve professional results. Ambient lighting. The general illumination in a space is called ambient light. While both task and accent lighting contribute to ambient
“Consider the rule of three. Most successful lighting concepts use a combination of three types of l” — notea
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Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Orchard
Ideabooks3,339
Questions4
Supposedly concrete also has the side effect of balancing out the pH levels of acidic rainwater. The design and execution would be best carried out by professionals.
Supposedly concrete also has the side effect of balancing out the pH levels of acidic rainwater. The design and execution would be best carried out by professionals.
“conrete” — Errol Johnson
Beth Dana Design
1 Review
Coastal Retreat
Ideabooks1,784
Questions1
creates distance between your personal and professional life. It’s important for both you and your family to define a boundary, a threshold for work. Your clients, as close as they’ll probably become to you professionally, are welcomed into a separate professional space. This reinforces the value proposition
proposition while maintaining a professional distance — you’re inviting a client into your business, not your home. It’s important. Having the inevitable uncomfortable client interaction in your personal space can have unintended effects that reach beyond a stressful meeting. It can be hard to fight the perceived
life’s clutter, it can be an unreasonable expectation. A separate studio space means you’ll be responsible for controlling the mess. One person’s professional clutter (in theory) is much easier to keep tidy than multitudes.Taxes. You’ll be able to neatly subdivide all of the expenses for the structure
“loft” — epreet
Blackband Design
20 Reviews
Anaheim Hills
Ideabooks2,074
Questions5
with a beautiful turned leg carved by a skilled craftsperson is different than a mass-produced machine-made piece. Custom details are evident in professional work. Contrast piecing or piping on a pillow, or welting, nailheads or trim on a chair. Details, details, details make the result special.
with a beautiful turned leg carved by a skilled craftsperson is different than a mass-produced machine-made piece. Custom details are evident in professional work. Contrast piecing or piping on a pillow, or welting, nailheads or trim on a chair. details, details, details, make the result special.
with a beautiful turned leg carved by a skilled craftsperson is different than a mass-produced machine-made piece. Custom details are evident in professional work. Contrast piecing or piping on a pillow, or welting, nailheads or trim on a chair. Details, details, details make the result special.
“Cushion colour with traditional chair” — imogenburrows
Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
Ideabooks3,124
Questions4
can use Follow David Duncan Livingston Houzz Contributor and professional photographer More » Comment39 Bookmark1,038 Like90 Email Embed Click "Embed" to display an article on your own website or blog. Share: As a professional interior photographer for magazines and books, I've learned a
things like using a tripod, shooting from straight on and avoiding wide-angle lenses can take you a long way toward standard practices that many professional photographers use every day. Along with the tips, you'll find examples that offer inspiration for your own home photos. rustic bedroom by Alexandre
As a professional interior photographer for magazines and books, I've learned a few simple tips that can make a huge difference in helping you take better photographs
“timber strip on bath” — Lisa Blackwood
Direct Home Design
2 Reviews
The sport shed
Ideabooks710
Questions2
garage, rather than in the house, this professional stainless steel station is great.
Get a professional dog bath station from ProGroom
Use what the pros use. You can find professional bathing stations complete with ladders or
DOGGIE WALK IN WASH STATION? Use what the pros use. You can find professional bathing
DOGGIE WALK IN WASH STATION? Use what the pros use. You can find professional bathing stations complete with ladders or ramps at places like ProGroom.
Use what the pros use. You can find professional bathing stations complete with ladders or ramps at places like ProGroom.
Use what the pros use. You can find professional bathing stations complete with ladders or ramps at places like ProGroom.
“dog shower” — giulianaw
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