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Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Portland Art Deco Funk
Ideabooks1,292
Questions3
Could do this headboard in a rented home..
shares the home with her partner. “We sit in bed with our drinks and watch all sorts of wildlife just outside.” Tucker used two screens from Lowe’s as an extended headboard. The curtains are drop cloths washed multiple times and backed with blackout material. Nearly all of the art in the home is hung
“Wall covering” — bethn1177
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Philip Clayton-Thompson
4 Reviews
Blackstone Edge Studios - Philip Clayton-Thompson
Ideabooks8,659
Questions3
sunshine to flood in, so if your home is skimpy on these elements, consider adding them. If that's not an option, at the very least fake it with lamps and sconces. Window treatments should be spare and simple enough not to muffle the glow — and if you're lucky enough to have a home near the water, the last thing
sunshine to flood in, so if your home is skimpy on these elements, consider adding them. If that's not an option, at the very least fake it with lamps and sconces. Window treatments should be spare and simple enough not to muffle the glow — and if you're lucky enough to have a home near the water, the last thing
“سبک ساحلی” — amir0172
Twinkle and Whistle
8 Reviews
The Old Rented Cottage
Ideabooks244
Questions1
Eclectic and homely living space for a family, in a character-filled Australian home.
Renters’ rule 2: Think about the futureReffet wanted a home that felt lived in and suited her family’s style and needs, but because this property was a rental (and would continue to be) she had to think ahead. “I wanted something that was neutral and timeless enough for most people to like it and that
that would not look outdated in two years time,” she explains. “It was important that the design stayed true to the character of the home, so I opted for simple materials and shapes, in line with the style of a small rural retreat.”
“wood and white” — juliepegg
Greifenstein Boyce Associates
Watermill Residence Interiors
Ideabooks5,207
Questions4
rooms (as long as you're prepared to make friends with your dust mop). But also consider... That's not to say you can't have a rug in a contemporary home; it's just a matter of choosing the right one. You wouldn't necessarily want to throw down a fringed Oriental, but a geometric design or a textural
rooms (as long as you're prepared to make friends with your dust mop).But also consider... That's not to say you can't have a rug in a contemporary home; it's just a matter of choosing the right one. You wouldn't necessarily want to throw down a fringed Oriental, but a geometric design or a textural
ground Contemporary rooms (as long as you’re prepared to make friends with your mop).ALSO CONSIDER: It’s not that you can’t have a rug in a contemporary home, it’s just a matter of choosing the right one. You wouldn’t necessarily want to throw down a fringed Oriental, but a geometric design or a textural
“solive de toit” — photoidee
Colorworks Studio
2 Reviews
Ann Arbor Outdoor Living
Ideabooks6,924
Questions2
home theater in garden with projector
placed to distribute the sound evenly to the seating areas only, so that any neighbors beyond the large lot aren't disturbed.Colorworks brought in Grand Home Automation to install a weatherproof Wi-Fi system that works both outside and inside the house. Viewers can use an iPad app to turn on FM radio or pipe
Field of playWant to recreate the magic of watching a live footy game at home? Transform your backyard into an open-air media room like this dream viewing space (am I the only one who’s having a serious case of Houzz envy right
“Love it” — presamber
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
Ideabooks2,486
Questions3
This style furniture in a spanish home.
breezes. The rhythm of the trusses is the same from indoors to out, but they change from Douglas fir inside to steel outside. “The clients wanted this home to be as close to no maintenance as possible,” Bickford says. The steel, red cedar siding and metal roof require little
breezes.The rhythm of the trusses is the same from indoors to out, but they change from Douglas fir inside to steel outside. “The clients wanted this home to be as close to no maintenance as possible,” Bickford says. The steel, red cedar siding and metal roof require little maintenance and last a long
rhythm of the support beams is the same from indoors to out, but they change from Douglas fir inside to stainless steel outside. ‘The clients wanted this home to be as close to no maintenance as possible,’ Bickford says. The stainless steel, red cedar wood facade and metal roof require little maintenance and
“floors, windows, wood, colors” — cogoski
Assemblage Studio
tresarca
Ideabooks4,614
Questions2
The home’s rectangular forms are apparent from the street. The main level, on the right, is topped by a cantilevered bedroom level, which is enveloped in a
The home’s rectangular forms are apparent from the street. The main level, on the right, is topped by a cantilevered bedroom level, which is enveloped in a sculptural mesh shade screen. The gate leads to a large entry courtyard, tucked behind the blackened steel fence.
“It looks like a very nightingale.” — henryjungpark
Angela Free Design
San Francisco Pied á terre
Ideabooks2,452
Questions6
Before the remodel, the fireplace had a black marble surround. “The firebox is tiny,” says Free. “It’s the size you would expect to find in a Victorian home.” She replaced the wood-burning fireplace with a gas model outfitted with a cannonball insert, and gave the feature more presence with large limestone
Before the remodel, the fireplace had a black marble surround. “The firebox is tiny,” says Free. “It’s the size you would expect to find in a Victorian home.” She replaced the wood-burning fireplace with a gas model outfitted with a cannonball insert, and gave the feature more presence with large limestone
the makeover, the fireplace had a black marble surround. “The fireplace is tiny,” says Free. “It’s the size you would expect to find in a Victorian home.” She replaced the wood-burning fireplace with a gas fire, and gave the feature more presence with large limestone tiles and a frame-like mantelpiece
“Blue” — mrsrumbolt
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