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Hilary Walker
Dallas, TX: Lisa Moore
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the U.S. in 1923 with his architect father and textile designer mother. Key pieces include the Tulip Chair, Tulip Table, and Womb Chair.Hans Wegner: Danish. Key pieces: the Wishbone Chair and the Wing Chair.Arne Jacobsen: Danish. Key pieces: the Ant Chair, Swan Chair, Swan Sofa, AJ Lamp and Egg Chair.Of
“dining nook in living room but would require a smaller scale” — manshouse
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Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
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started, check out the tips Taylor provides. It will likely free you up from your design paralysis. Full story: 12 Key Decorating Tips to Make Any Room Better
You can’t see them, but mail, keys, makeup and multi-vitamins are hiding in those drawers.TELL USHow does your hallway help you out? Share your
You can't see them, but mail, keys, makeup and multivitamins are hiding in those drawers.More: Are You a Piler or a Filer? A New Way to Think About Organizing
“unique console and baskets under” — jbabysk
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
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2. Repeat key elements. The use of a key element repeated throughout a garden gives it peaceful continuity. This technique is especially effective when the key element crosses over a pathway into the parallel bed, moving the eye back and
“Gorgeous variegated hostas!” — Goldie Stetten Design
Oak Hill Architects
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Sears Road
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organization is key. Make things simple by assigning a color to each family member (including the dog) and match up bins or baskets accordingly.
Examine Your EntrywayAre shoes, purses, backpacks and scarves piled up? Are there stacks of mail? Can you never seem to find your keys? Notice what you
Examine your entrywayAre shoes, handbags, backpacks and scarves piled up? Are there stacks of mail? Can you never seem to find your keys? Notice what you need when leaving and notice what you naturally do when you come home. Don’t judge; just observe.
“There's stuff in it!” — mstephanie
Cecilie Starin Design Inc.
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San Francisco City Chateau
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What fabric house manufactured the Greek Key patterned fabric?
like the greek key trim around window treatments
Greek key trim drapes
Panels with Greek Key
Greek key...Greek Key Pillow...Greek Key trim
“curtains” — shabib_1
Laura U, Inc.
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Tanglewood Residence
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clean under them," Umansky says. A circular rug, a globe pendant light and custom flat Roman shades with a Greek key pattern soften the space and take away any office vibe. "The Greek key pattern brings a subtle texture into the room, and the purple square glass trim is really fun," Umansky says.
clean under them," Umansky says.A circular rug, a globe pendant light and custom flat Roman shades with a Greek key pattern soften the space and take away any office vibe. "The Greek key pattern brings a subtle texture into the room, and the purple square glass trim is really fun," Umansky says. Chairs:
“Chrome leather wheels” — bpetrunoff
The Tiny Project
Tiny House Living Space
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Lisefski found that a lot of windows (10 in all, mostly facing south to take advantage of solar gain) are key to eliminating claustrophobia. Getting out of the house also helps. As he writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “Inhabiting such a small space
Lisefski found that a lot of windows (10 in all, mostly facing south to take advantage of solar gain) are key to eliminating claustrophobia. Getting out of the house also helps. As he writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “Inhabiting such a small space forces
Lisefski found that a lot of windows (10 in all, mostly facing south to take advantage of solar gain) are key to eliminating claustrophobia. Getting out of the house also helps. As he writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “Inhabiting such a small space forces me to live in a simpler, more organized
“I like the blue ponderosa pine on the wall.” — saburns
Stacy Curran
Portfiloi
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reply that the drapes were sourced from JCPenney but I'm wondering if you can tell me the name of the color. I really love them and have found the Greek Key trim but not the drapes themselves
Nice use of pattern, especially the Greek Key drapery trim.
drape detail of Greek key trim
greek key trim...Greek key...Greek key
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