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Lucid Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Same room - different look
Ideabooks6,009
Questions16
I like the bright accent chairs at the ends. Definitely a good idea!
red, crystal chandiler, asian inspired (armoire/head), host/hostess chairs, lighting on dimmers, dreamy picture
Consider a host and hostess chair. Host and hostess chairs are two distinctly different chairs placed at either end of the table. They’re a great excuse for throwing in a separate style, and can also be a great way to add extra color.
it's always nice to break up the monotony with host and hostess chairs at both ends. Here, two chairs in a striking shade of red create interest and reinforce the red accents in the space.
“Exotic Look” — drbey
Jeanette Lunde
Dining room & birtday
Ideabooks1,715
Questions2
fun idea for fun room ceiling in one of the corners
Idea for crate and cheese box
If you're hosting your child's birthday party, you could include on the invitation a note stating that in lieu of gifts for your child, you'll be collecting new toys for the local shelter and giving them in your child's name. You could have a collection basket at the front door to collect the toys. Your
sale to buy gift cards for the movies, because movie watching was something they loved to do as a family. It was the perfect alternative to having unloved objects in their home.So what do you do about birthdays? In my experience it rarely works to set a no-gifts policy. We’re wired to be gift givers. If
not presents are opened. Now when it comes to asking a grandparent not to give a gift, it's a whole 'nother ball game. It's like asking them to stop breathing. It’s not possible. You can guide them toward more useful gifts, though, by being open about what your children really need. There are times when
“Ceiling flare” — moonbeam_dori
Old World Kitchens & Custom Cabinets
6 Reviews
Laundry Room
Ideabooks6,746
Questions6
I like the gift wrapping station
Laundry room plus gift wrapping department. Wrapping paper cleverly stored up top with counter space below means you can wrap a gift and get right out the door to that baby shower, kids' birthday party or holiday
wrapping paper rolls! great idea
Idea de los rollos de papel
Laundry room plus gift wrapping department. Wrapping paper cleverly stored up top with counter space below means you can wrap a gift and get right out the door to that baby shower, kids' birthday party or holiday gathering within minutes. No searching around for paper, tape, ribbon, cards, gift tags or a spot
“desk diagonal” — dmutsch
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Tina Kuhlmann
No 2
Ideabooks7,439
Questions3
Do you have ideas for a laundry room with red washer and dryer?
I like the rode idea under the cabinet for ribbon/gift wrap paper.
Gift wrap supplies mounted underneath cabinets
Like extra wide drawers for gift wrap
This idea is genius for any crafter or gift giver. Dowels placed underneath a cabinet allow you to see your wrapping while accessing it with ease.
And a nearby window lets in natural light and fresh air — perfect for gift wrapping marathons in the month of December if it's not too chilly.
“Ribbon and paper storage” — rchang9371
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
Street of Dreams 2013: TTM Custom Home
Ideabooks9,312
Questions6
Love the gift wrap hutch, can you please tell me who manufactured it or where to purchase one?
Quite a good idea to create a small table for wrapping and working with crafts.
Desk area, natural light, and organization ideas
wrapping station. Instead of baskets of tissue paper and gift bags, fill them with parchment paper and cookie cutters. Having all your icing nozzles ready to go will make you ready to go when you decide a tin of cookies would be a great host gift for tonight’s holiday party.
13. Adding a blackboard to your aesthetic is a fun way to write down your ideas or reminders that looks great too.SHARE WITH USHas this Ideabook inspired you? We’d love to know your craft room aspirations. And if you’ve set up a
“Office” — micjerm
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Tilbury Tanglewood
Ideabooks734
Questions3
Love this idea of the two end chairs being of different shapes and sizes
like the use of the patterned and coloured host and hostess chairs
Different colours/patterns on the host and hostess chairs.
of the host chair matches the others
Host / hostess chairs & upholstered side chairs
“Since the palette is fairly neutral in the dining room, we felt that a great way to infuse color was with the chair backs on the host and hostess chairs,” Umansky says. “It pulls the vibrant hues of the formal living space into the dining space.”More Rooms of the Day
“Chairs” — roguecop
Lauren Mikus
Denver Highlands Bungalow
Ideabooks5,891
Questions1
Creating a new home for yourself is all about setting goals and taking the steps to achieve those goals. You'll want to establish the answers to a whole host of questions so that you can set these goals. Goal setting requires satisfying both left- and right-brain activities. So your list of goals will include
ing a new home for yourself is all about setting goals and taking the steps needed to achieve them. You’ll want to establish the answers to a whole host of questions first.Goal setting requires satisfying both left- and right-brain concerns, so your list of goals will include two sides – a practical
“Door (pantry?)” — dmfratto
Holly Marder
The home of Chantal and Harry
Ideabooks2,275
Questions2
Book shelf idea for kids room
I like the idea but would change the placement of the shelves.
What to BringParents, when your hosts have kids: If your hosts have children, bringing a small gift for the kids is a thoughtful gesture (though by no means necessary). Think inexpensive book, puzzle or art supplies.Parents, when your hosts don't have kids: If you are visiting a nonkid
fussy eaters, pack along some easy snacks to offer if dinner does not go over well. In fact, if you do have a fussy eater, it's polite to tell your hosts in advance that your little guy won't eat anything but white foods or whatever and that you've got it covered, so they don't go out of their way to
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