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3rd:Edition
Industrial Kitchen
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Custom built kitchen by 3rdEdition. This kitchen was hand built using oak veneered boards for the internals cabinets, which we washed in a grey liming paste and finished in a matt lacquer. The drawers are solid oak, dovetail jointed and finished to match the oak cabinets. The doors and drawer fronts
wall housing the various appliances and concealed dishwasher. The tambour door to the end houses the smaller appliances - kettle, toaster etc. 3rdEdition also manufactured and installed the corian worktops, whilst supplying and installing the stainless steel wrapped island worktop and back painted glass
“Table & chairs” — moultoncollege
Holly Marder
Houzz Tour: Contemporary meets Character in Suburban Delft
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new fixtures, fittings and furnishings gives the home a nice combination of contemporary and character,” Neele says. The dining chairs are special edition Mart Stam's S 43 "cantilever" chairs by Thonet. When they were produced two years ago, they were available in a range of bright colors. The tubular
of the Bauhaus design school. Dutch architect Mart Stam developed the first prototype of a cantilevered, tubular steel chair in 1926. The special edition chairs were available in 11 colors, applied as textured enamel. Jeroen and Neele chose their chairs in anthracite grey to offset the red dining table
new fixtures, fittings and furnishings gives the home a nice combination of contemporary and character,” Neele says.The dining chairs are special edition Mart Stam's S 43 "cantilever" chairs by Thonet. When they were produced two years ago, they were available in a range of bright colors. The tubular
“Double duty bookcase” — webchenz
Innermost Cabinets
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Radcliffe/Kingston
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organizing project: a single desk drawer, say, or that jar of kitchen tools on the counter. Take every last item out, clean the area with soap and water, edit and remove what is not useful or well loved, and be mindful about what you replace.
Edit what is not useful or well loved
organizing project: a single desk drawer, say, or that jar of kitchen tools on the counter. Take every last item out, clean the area with soap and water, edit and remove what is not useful or well loved, and be mindful about what you replace.
“Draws” — minkymunky
Holly Marder
The home of Karlijn and Pieter
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De Jong says she keeps clutter at bay with constant editing. “I tidy the house often and edit the space regularly to create a calm space. If I don’t like something, I get rid of it,” she says. “I also use a lot of storage to stash away unsightly things.”Dressers: Malm, Ikea; white vase: Hella Jongerius
De Jong says she keeps clutter at bay with constant editing. ‘I tidy the house often and edit the space regularly to create a calm space. If I don’t like something, I get rid of it,’ she says. ‘I also use a lot of storage to
“Blinds and curtains” — mfleming2
Increation
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Clerkenwell WC1: Minimalist Professional Home
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recommend to our clients that they do not purchase the full set,” Cannelora says. Increation Save to Ideabook Email Photo Instead, she recommends limiting a collection to the most useful types of knives. According to Cannelora, those include: • 8-inch chef knife • 1 or 2 paring knives • Bread knife
limiting a collection to the most useful types of knives. According to Cannelora, those include: • 8-inch chef knife • 1 or 2 paring knives • Bread knife
Limit knives....Chef knife, 1-2 paring, bread knife, 9" knife, steak knives
Instead, she recommends limiting a collection to the most useful types of knives. According to Cannelora, those include: • 8-inch chef knife • 1 or 2 paring knives • Bread knife
“Useful” — Caz Hughes
Ginny Phillips
London's Big Girl Room
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cabinet, fill them with twinkle lights, slip old photographs between the bars, paint them or suspend them from the ceiling ... your imagination is the limit.
cabinet, fill them with twinkle lights, slip old photographs between the bars, paint them or suspend them from the ceiling ... your imagination is the limit.
“hang from ceiling” — Karen Wilson
Atypical Type A
Christmas 2011
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Another space-saving tip from Parsons: Don't let your existing furniture limit you! She brought this ladder in from another room for an additional display surface. Get creative and think outside of the box — old suitcases, wine crates
Another space-saving tip from Parsons: Don't let your existing furniture limit you! She brought this ladder in from another room for an additional display surface. Get creative and think outside of the box — old suitcases, wine
Another space-saving tip from Parsons: Don't let your existing furniture limit you! She brought this ladder in from another room for an additional display surface. Get creative and think outside of the box — old suitcases
Another space-saving tip from Parsons: Don't let your existing furniture limit you! She brought this ladder in from another room for an additional display surface. Get creative and think outside of the box — old suitcases, wine crates, and garden stools can all contribute to your holiday décor.
“Christmas” — bella1214
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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South End Courtyard
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in the city’s South End. Steel-framed, whitewashed fir walls enclose a vibrant, durable garden. Innovative storage solutions make efficient use of limited space. Soothing geometric patterns visually extend the volume of the courtyard, and bright plantings punctuate the landscape. Native moss joints create
Keep things simple. Landscape designer Matthew Cunningham designed this Boston courtyard using three hardscape materials and limited his planting to two main plants. Use its simplicity as inspiration for your garden, regardless of size. By maintaining a focused palette, the design
1. Keep things simple. Landscape designer Matthew Cunningham designed this Boston courtyard using three hardscape materials and limited his planting to two main plants. Use its simplicity as inspiration for your garden, regardless of size. By maintaining a focused palette, the design
“Oh for the love of jade green with that lacey dark detail on the chairs...” — 8022jenkintownrd
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