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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Bedroom Detail
personalized lamp brings to your interior design. It’s a lamp that actually means something to you. It has a story or a connection to your family history. Roam your home with a fresh eye, looking for something that is meaningful to you or that you love, and consider how it would look as a lamp. Happy
“Accessories” — lynnemercer
8 Reviews
Reclaimed Sliding Wood Door
Add history to a new build with sliding barn doors. If you wish you lived in a rambling old farmhouse but must make do with a plain-Jane contemporary home, consider
“casing around door” — wildta
Legacy DCS
1 Review
Rustic Contemporary
6. Reclaimed lumber. Reclaimed lumber and barn wood add warmth and history. Old-school Texan homes embraced this warm and weathered look, with old barn wood lining cabinets, walls and floors.Get this look: Luckily for us,
“cocina ideal” — diegofran
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Dutchess County Contemporary Barn
This site's agricultural history suggested the building idea. And while this modern barn doesn't rely on the archetypal barn roof to signify "barn," its materials, bold massing and
“tin” — cocogotit
Summer Thornton Design, Inc
9 Reviews
Palmolive Building
A building with a glamorous (and slightly racy) art deco history. This glam bedroom is in the Palmolive Building in Chicago. The art deco style of the building influenced the elegant style of the room. The structure was also known as the Playboy Building for quite a few years, so I can't help drawing
“PlacemeNt of bed and curtains” — ldean6
Works Photography Inc.
Works Photography Inc.
An artist's career, popularity and scope of work have a big impact on a piece's price. Look at the artist's education, past exhibitions and sales history. Many artists base their prices on what previous pieces have sold for. "Some artists purposefully price their work on the lower end because they want
“SMALL SCALE” — Joanna Simmons
Dayna Katlin Interiors
1 Review
Living Room antique secretary
All of the above. So you might love an antique for its look, function, value, nostalgia, history and provenance, or “just because.” I think my blood pressure went up a tick at the sight of this spectacular antique secretary, and probably for a combination of all of the above reasons. After all, who can
“Antique furniture” — swens405
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
The Weishoff's
says they bought the saddles for next to nothing at a tack sale. "We're all about going in search of what's different, what's old and what has some history." The makeshift buffet table on the wall can be tucked away when not in use. It's held up using an old piece of barn wood and latigos from a horse
“Fold up table” — chairgirl1
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