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L.Pumpa Designs
2 Reviews
W Boston
Ideabooks4,648
Questions10
3. Soundproofing. Investing in a few soundproofing measures can be well worth the cost and effort if you live in a very noisy neighborhood. Take a cue from nice hotels, which do a fabulous job of soundproofing, and add fabric-covered acoustic tiles to the walls or ceiling, and choose double- or triple-pane
Get some soundproofing Investing in a few soundproofing measures can be well worth the cost and effort if you live in a very noisy neighbourhood. Take a cue from posh hotels, which
“Rug & paint color” — chasilberry
Arcanum Architecture
Menlo Oaks Residence
Ideabooks22,291
Questions12
2. Invest early in landscaping. A beautifully landscaped yard with gorgeous, mature shade trees can be a big selling point, but you'll need to allow for at least several years of growth to make the most of your investment. Make planting a priority early on, and be
“scale, cozy” — freegilly
Maria Killam
18 Reviews
Morgan Creek Residence
Ideabooks10,477
Questions10
a StagerInvesting a few hundred dollars with a really good home stager can help you make tens of thousands when selling your home. Not all stagers are created equal. Do your homework and find a stager with a good track record and a great portfolio so you can see the work before investing in a consultation
“art work” — lillylang
Claudia Martin, ASID
Ukrainian Village Master Bath
Ideabooks9,949
Questions9
5. Invest in quiet exhaust fans. They are required by code in many locations, generally where you have running water. But if you intend to regularly use your exhaust fans, invest in quiet ones. A loud fan can be audible and even shake the floor in which it is installed. Consider carefully how you
“Great tile” — amcgrek
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
Ideabooks673
Questions1
bank the money and try living elsewhere for a year or two without investing in buying a house. You will get time to know new neighborhoods, new interests and manage the shift such moves make with all your friends and family. Your investments will likely more than keep pace with the housing market, and you
“Brick wall” — kaitlynsardina
Anna Baskin Lattimore Design
Mad for Galapagos Turquoise
Ideabooks19,250
Questions12
Since sofas are such a big investment, you'll want yours to stay in fashion as long as possible. Given that, it's best to stick with a neutral fabric. You can always add color and pattern
Fabric. Since sofas are such a big investment, you’ll want yours to stay in fashion as long as possible. Given that, it’s best to stick with a neutral fabric. You can always add colour and pattern
“I love the blue wall color and the softness and warmth the accessories add to the room.” — Cathy Pittillo
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Bold dramatic statements
Ideabooks13,945
Questions7
Here's an example of how multiple framed pieces hung close to one another work well in hiding the fact that they're hiding a curve. Another option: Invest in an art hanging system made for curved walls.
A rug that's 100 years old can still be a great investment. Age makes a rug more rare and therefore more valuable. Every rug should have a ticket with the type, origin, size, age, description of design and
“Whimsical Staircase” — Joshy Mellor
sak designs
1 Review
private residence
Ideabooks3,373
Questions5
your skill set to a discussion of finding the best solution and fit for both you and the client. This is a substantial investment of resources for both parties. You’ll be investing time and building your brand, so make sure it’s a project that meets your design sensibilities and brand’s mission. If it
“Pateel room” — Khajag Hovsepian
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