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Susan Diana Harris Interior Design
2 Reviews
Noe Valley Nautical
the same green as the kitchen walls, reducing color distractions. From outside you also get a hint of the color inside. Harris enjoys the color story line and rhythm of this house — there’s always something around the corner to immerse yourself in. It reminds her of Mount Vernon, George Washington’s home
“Horizontal railings” — rrharrison
Heather Merenda
Minimal and Modern in West Vancouver
Having the mountains and ocean within walking distance is appealing to Henche. "I was also attracted to the straight lines and boxiness of the space," she says. The telescope affords close-up views of Thunderbird Marina in Eagle Harbour.
“Bleached floor” — akilloran
Joost Woertman Architect
Beukelaarsstraat 74
staircase leads up to the first floor and beyond. An unfinished wall with exposed brick patches to the left lends an industrial touch to the clean lines of the interior.Woertman and Everding turned the ground floor into a workshop for carpentry and furniture upholstery, which they do together with the
“end finish & hardware” — jtsedona
Modern Kids
5. Increase visual square footage by reclaiming vertical space. Create a visual line from the floor to the ceiling by adding elements with a vertical emphasis. “Hang drapery all the way up to the ceiling, use tall bookcases, hang mobiles
“Lové love love” — kimmong
Kadir Asnaz Photography
If I’m not mistaken, those are panes of colored glass lining the tops of those windows, set behind a scrim-like roller shade. What a wonderful burst of color for this otherwise austere interior. You could replicate the same thing with cellophane or theatrical gels.
“read accompanying note: theatrical blinds?” — sarahfechtner
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
A Small Lake House
opened up the kitchen and expanded counter space. Flooring: Dal Tile; countertops: Jerusalem Gold granite; cabinetry: clear maple, custom by Fine Lines Wood
“light + bright” — Terri Fox
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
Amy Lau never fails. The horizontal lines of the table and chairs make this terrace feel positively nautical. The palette of warm woods and simple planters provide a neutral, minimalist backdrop for gazing at the sky above.
“Outside table” — april111965
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Austin, TX: Rachel & Scott Anderson
is an avid collector and enjoys changing out the art when the mood strikes. "I love sumptuous bohemian patterns, but I also really appreciate clean lines, symmetry and some traditional elements," she says.Wall paint: Fashion Gray, Behr; chairs: Stefan, Ikea
“Thrift store art. Candle sticks” — tamb12
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