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Contemporary Kitchen
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favourite items. Choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display - transparent items make a room feel more spacious.
for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious
for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious.
for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious.More: How Much Stuff Is Enough?10 Tiny Kitchens Whose Usefulness You Won’t BelieveTell us: Do you have a tiny kitchen? What works for you?
“I like the stove and white cabinets” — ronjr
Iris
Boy's Room
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larger items, utilize toy boxes, and also purge toys regularly as kids grow so you don't have more to organize than necessary. Look at this idea book for other helpful toy organization: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/178853/list/toy-storage-ideas
height of items. Complement shorter, lighter items with taller, heavier items and vice-versa, varying their placement throughout the shelves.
intersperse short light items with taller heavier items
short items with tall items. Even if your objects don’t necessarily carry a theme amongst themselves, you can still create a thoughtful, balanced presentation by concentrating on the size and height of items. Complement shorter, lighter items with taller, heavier items and vice-versa, varying their placement
“objects” — mindy2229
Kerrie L. Kelly
37 Reviews
Signature Properties Model Home II
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Arrange the items in a pyramid, from highest to lowest, with the tallest object in back. If an item is small, group it with other small items on a tray or in a bowl. If it's too low, set it atop a decorative box or books.
similar items on a tray or in a bowl. If it's too low, set in on top of a decorative box or books.
small jar bth salts, tall jar with hotel items
Display items in your home that remind you of the places
Arrange items in a pyramid with the tallest object in back. If item is small, group it with other small items on a tray or in a bowel. It it's too low, set it on a decorative box or books.
If an item is small, group it with other small items on a tray or in a bowl. If it's too low, set it atop a decorative box or books.
“decoração” — marildamatossilva
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Just a Girl
Just a Girl
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to hide items will consolidate your items. The hooks allow for an easy way to drop coats and bags.
so that items stand tall and are sturdy.
Store your emergency supplies in a spot that make sense. Now that you have all of those essential items rounded up, fight the urge to stash them in the deepest recesses of your basement. Remember, your emergency kit is supposed to help you when disaster strikes
Group like items together so they're easy to find. For Chris Carey from Just a Girl, the garage in her Michigan home was a tricky space because it's also the primary way that most people use to enter the home. She decided that even though it was a garage, it didn't necessarily have to look like one. A few
“Garage” — aevvan
KARLA TRINCANELLO-CID - INTERIOR DECISIONS, INC.
13 Reviews
Karla Trincanello, NJ CID, ASID Allied
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organize items by category.• Store the heavier, bulkier items on the bottom and place the first shelf about 1 to 3 inches above the tallest item.• Take another category of items and again, place the next shelf above the tallest item.If your cabinet isn't equipped with adjustable shelves, grab some inexpensive
“linen storage” — logan74k
Kelly Deck Design
10 Reviews
York Street
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backdrop for items with a flare of color. (It also hides dirt really well.)
Sofas - Stone or light gray. A very light gray will go beautifully with warm wood tones and chalky walls. Stone is a great backdrop for items with a
Rachel Reider InteriorsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Stone or light gray. A very light gray will go beautifully with warm wood tones and chalky walls. Stone is a great backdrop for items with a flare of color. (It also hides dirt
backdrop for items with a flare of color. (It also hides dirt really well.) True gray. This pairs well with jewel tones, black and white. Because gray has many personalities, the color is still going incredibly strong in design.
“Color palette” — lasellers
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks19,021
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useful items. Storage in antique (?) cabinet adjacent.
everyday items. You may also want to invest in a mirrored medicine cabinet to store your toothpaste and toothbrush, hairbrush and other items. I like to use small baskets to round up cleaning supplies, washcloths, lotions and all the other things mentioned. I use a cute enamel bucket bathside for the things
other items in the room, but do make sure the scale is right — typically, it shouldn't extend beyond the width of the vanity.
smaller items look in mason jars; I use them to corral soaps, cotton swabs and cotton balls and make a cute arrangement of them in my medicine cabinet.
“faucet, pedestal sink with large surface, wood paneling, penny tile” — ekolodner
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
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list of items that need to be fixed or finished. I like to use a little form I put together that identifies the item to be fixed or finished, the responsible party and the date of completion. I send it to the client for review, changes and additions, and then off to the contractor. It's inevitable that
list of items that are missing, wrong, or simply forgotten about. A missing light switch plate, a caulk line that shrank and pulled away from the wall, paint touch ups — small things like this, and sometimes bigger things like the hood doesn't work, or there's a big scratch in the newly refinished floor
these items; prepare yourself for more than one visit and you'll be fine.The best way to approach this is with a Zen attitude. Things happen, little things get missed. It's sort of like making a list for the grocery store and still forgetting some key ingredient. We all do it.Next: How to Plan Your Scope
“island” — sandydielman
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