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Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
City: McDougald Residence
designer of Linda McDougald Design l Postcard from Paris Home, re-designed and renovated her home, which now showcases an innovative mix of contemporary and antique furnishings set against a dramatic linen, white, and gray palette. The English country home features floors of dark-stained oak, white painted
Design | Postcard from Paris Home
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Yes, harps are something with which I have always had a love affair. Wouldn't it be marvelous to learn (even in my "golden" years)
“Love the black curtain rod & framed dress” — wendisam
Normandy Remodeling
35 Reviews
Transitional Glam Kitchen
wood. The homeowners are enjoying their newly remodeled kitchen that is as comfortable on lazy Sunday mornings as is for bustling dinner parties. To learn more about Normandy Designer Chris Ebert, visit http://www.NormandyRemodel.com/ChristopherEbert
where to raise their young family, they found much of what they were looking for in a charming vintage home in Marquette. The home they selected had stunning lake views, but the current layout of the home didn’t quite do the view justice. Since the couple has ties to the Chicago area, they began working
with Normandy Designer Chris Ebert to put their mark on the house. They wanted to capitalize on the natural beauty of their setting and to create a home that was more in tune with their growing family’s needs. By repurposing a few rooms and removing a few walls, Chris was able to create a design that
“Light” — bob2689
Celebrity Communities
The Overlook at Heritage Hills
3-level interior courtyard of Plan Three in The Overlook at Heritage Hills in Lone Tree, CO. Learn more about this home: http://www.heritagehillscolorado.com/homes/9494-vista-hill-lane
wellcome to my home sweet home
It's outdoors. But it has the look of the inside of a home. Love! Love! Love!
Mid home garden
“All” — Lisa Ccm
Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
I'm interested in learning more about the hemp and limestone wall covering. Was the material mixed from scratch on-site? Is it available commercially? Any information would
a client’s vision of a happy and healthy home.’ ‘The phones inside the house have cords, so they don’t give off EMFs,’ says Karsenti. She carries a mobile phone in her bag but switches it to airplane mode in the house and reroutes mobile phone calls to the home’s landline.Sofa: Meubles Re-no
a client's vision of a happy and healthy home." "The phones inside the house have cords, so they don't give off EMFs," says Karsenti. She carries a cell phone in her purse but switches it to airplane mode in the house and reroutes cell phone calls to the home's landline.Sofa: Meubles Re-no
“Wood ceiling” — zoltak
Capitol Lighting 1-800lighting Photos
le battery operated) table lamps. You can learn more on our website: http://www.modernlantern.com/ Thanks!
My guess you have an outlet in the middle of the room next to the desk correct? I'm a master electrician as well. In the electrical isle at Home Depot / Lowes ask for plastic tie wraps, black
Looks very cinematic, yet a comfortably normal stereotype of an American home.
Front room transformation to home office?
“doors” — retacrum
Laird Jackson Design House
Residential Renovation, Laird Jackson Design House
Grandparents home for over 37 years, while I could never leave anything in one place for 5 years much less 37, when I was moving into my house after a long renovation, I was ready to dismantle, so to speak the museum of sorts left by my Granddad, and I wanted to feel at home in my new home so I started
after I hung the painting i knew I had to have the lamps which of course were a small fortune, but made it all work. The work is signed Garvin, I learned that it was a female artist I believe but I will make sure that her first name was Barbara. So that is the story of the Barbara Garvin. If you know
the paintings have not made it into, I also now have a vacation home, but they feel to much like what you'd expect to see there, so the are carefully tucked away until next time. In fact my next move will actually be into my Grandparents home, it is undergoing the beginnings of a LJDH remodel, I can not
“Wallpaper” — palraj
We just listed a very similar set of chairs https://www.etsy.com/listing/158680929/tulip-chairs-set-of-4-midcentury?ref=shop_home_active
Learn how to find vintage treasures. Victoria of sfgirlbybay has mastered the art of thrift, and I think we could all pick up a tip or two from her. Her San
Victoria from sfgirlbybay: Best tip for making a rental feel like home: I think the best way to make any place more personal, even a rental, is to really decorate from your heart, and share your unique stamp and personality in your decor. I am probably an awful renter, because I usually paint even
even if I'm not officially supposed to, because I am so obsessive about making my home feel like I want it to. So, I've been known to repaint a wall back to white before I moved out, or risked forgoing a rental deposit! This is horrid advice, but if I am living somewhere for a very long time, I think the
“Chalkboard!” — shelbysmom4
RTA Studio
13 Reviews
Brand New Bungalow
Learn more about how better design makes your home a more fulfilling place to live on our blogs at www.rtastudio.blogspot.com and www.architectinheels.com
Is the floorplan for this home available? I love this house.....Thanks,Teri
May I please have the colors of this home? Beautiful, well done!!
Love, love, love the dimension on this home! Love the angles, the balanced use of stone, and chosen color for the siding. Pillars are great too, along with shrubs placed in front. Nice sizing
“Garage columns” — qtpie4vic
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