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Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Chestnut Hill kitchen
Ideabooks11,559
Questions9
durable and natural choice for a kitchen. At $80 to $100 per square foot installed, it might be on the more expensive side, but it can be a lifetime investment.
durable and natural choice for a kitchen. At $80 to $100 per square foot installed, it might be on the more expensive side, but it can be a lifetime investment.Guide: Pros and cons of soapstone countertops
“counter top” — mdeyhim
Contemporary Closet
Ideabooks3,232
Questions0
Invest in a closet system. Even tiny closets benefit hugely from closet systems. They allow “a place for everything
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Invest in a closet system. Even tiny closets benefit hugely from closet systems. They allow “a place for everything and everything in its place.” My personal
Invest in a closet system. Even tiny closets benefit hugely from closet systems. They allow “a place for everything and everything in its place.” My personal favorite for quality, versatility and ease of installation (unfortunately, this is a totally uncompensated plug) is the Swedish closet system
“Space” — shellykalianis
Total Organizing Solutions
2 Reviews
Total Organizing Solutions - pantry - walk in
Ideabooks3,910
Questions1
Invest in pretty labels. Every time I pull out a container of a white, powdery baking product, I have to taste it to see if it’s corn starch, flour or confectioner’s sugar.
4. Invest in pretty labels. Every time I pull out a container of a
Perfect pantry: Invest in pretty labels. Every time I pull out a container of a white, powdery baking product, I have to taste it to see if it’s corn starch, flour or co
Invest in pretty labels. Every time I pull out a container of a white, powdery baking product, I have to taste it to see if it’s corn starch, flour or co
4. Invest in pretty labels. Every time I pull out a container of a white, powdery baking product, I have to taste it to see if it’s corn starch, flour or confectioner’s sugar. I put all three in containers, but I didn’t like the business-like look of the labels from my label maker, so I simply stopped
“the labels used on the containers” — delzyg
MUSE Architecture
A Southampton Estate
Ideabooks770
Questions3
wooden planter boxes. If your stoop gets zero sun, consider investing in high-quality fake topiary — it’s really hard to tell the difference, and you can’t kill it!
MUSE ArchitectureSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 8. Invest in topiary. A pair of topiary trees or neatly trimmed potted
square wooden planter boxes. If your stoop gets zero sun, consider investing in high-quality fake topiary — it’s really hard to tell the difference, and you can’t kill it!
8. Invest in topiary. A pair of topiary trees or neatly trimmed potted shrubs
concrete or black urns, or square wooden planter boxes. If your stoop gets zero sun, consider investing in high-quality fake topiary — it’s really hard to tell the difference, and you can’t kill it!
“Door color” — mckenzi2014
Thrifty Decor Chick
Garage
Ideabooks426
Questions0
ng organization. Everyone would shove things onto the shelves, until they became a mishmash of random belongings. This time around, she decided to invest in a few storage pieces from Target. The simple, closed cabinetry made all the difference
invest in a few storage pieces from Target. The simple, closed cabinetry made all the difference.
ng organization. Everyone would shove things onto the shelves, until they became a mishmash of random belongings. This time around, she decided to invest in a few storage pieces from Target. The simple, closed cabinetry made all the difference.
ng organization. Everyone would shove things onto the shelves, until they became a mishmash of random belongings. This time around, she decided to invest in a few storage pieces from Target. The simple, closed cabinetry made all the difference.
“Hidden storage” — rakabo47
D&D Interiors / Mikhail Dantes
14 Reviews
Denver Designer Showhome 2013 - The Study
Ideabooks2,851
Questions6
Another approach to choosing color is to take the hue from an object you already own — ideally, an investment piece like a work of art or a rug. If you love the item, then you will usually love the same colors reflected elsewhere in the room.
D&D Interiors / Mikhail DantesSaveEmail Another approach to choosing color is to take the hue from an object you already own — ideally, an investment piece like a work of art or a rug. If you love the item, then you will usually love the same colors reflected elsewhere in the room.
Another approach to choosing color is to take the hue from an object you already own — ideally, an investment piece like a work of art or a rug. If you love the item, then you will usually love the same colors reflected elsewhere in the room.
“Art” — Kim Johnston
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
Ideabooks3,245
Questions4
Thoughtful pruning or editing can make room for a beautiful distant scene. Instead of cutting down a large tree that may be obstructing your view, invest in the expertise of a certified arborist who can open up view zones with targeted branch removal, allowing you to enjoy both the tree and the view
Thoughtful pruning or editing can make room for a beautiful distant scene. Instead of cutting down a large tree that may be obstructing your view, invest in the expertise of a certified arborist who can open up view zones with targeted branch removal, allowing you to enjoy both the tree and the view
“Under oak trees landscaping” — lal1173
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Ideabooks5,502
Questions5
fireplaces may look beautiful, but they do little in terms of providing heat. If true warmth and coziness are what you’re after, you might be better off investing in a quality woodstove, which can generate enough heat to warm an entire house on its own, or in conjunction with another source of heat.
fireplaces may look beautiful, but they do little in terms of providing heat. If true warmth and coziness are what you’re after, you might be better off investing in a quality wood-stove, which can generate enough heat to warm an entire house on its own, or in conjunction with another source of heat.
may look beautiful, but they do little in terms of providing heat. If true warmth and coziness are what you’re after, you might be better off investing in a quality woodstove, which can generate enough heat to warm an entire house on its own, or in conjunction with another source of heat.
“Style” — aicarumba
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