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Aristea Rizakos
2 Reviews
Leslieville Lofts
Low art. It isn't a requirement to hang art above a bed. Install it next to the headboard for a more approachable height.
“Shelf” — aoifedoc2010
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
A picture ledge mounted relatively low can ground a space and help tie together simple furnishings.
“Wall color” — jadakiss306
Artisan Books
Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
traditional ethnic patterns are just made for combining. Embroidery of all colors and styles can work in a controlled jumble. Of course, it helps to have a low-key, neutral background like this roof deck does. It allows all those patterns to pop.
“Corner seating Moroccan” — malaaki
Capoferro Design Build Group
5 Reviews
Provence House
For a simple look, a white subway tile backsplash is continued above this cooktop. The tile is low maintenance and can be wiped down easily. The hood mimics the cabinetry for an even more cohesive look.
“White beveled subway tile” — wykatie
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Family Pool
type of privacy fence as in a backyard; they should be more open and friendlier, setting off your garden rather than sealing it off. Keep the fencing low, about 3 to 4 feet tall. This way your neighbors can see in without feeling like they can just walk onto your property. Aim for a slightly open and friendly
“Divisions of panels” — diseyol
Lauren Hufnagl
Violet's Nursery
Ecofriendly WallsLow-VOC or zero-VOC paint is the best option for healthy walls. Read up on 5 great ecofriendly paint options here.If you live in an older home, it likely
“Color/design” — coldplay8
shannon pepper design
1 Review
Modern in Mairangi Bay
For those who prefer a low-maintenance backsplash, look into back-painted glass. This can be a well-priced option for savvy DIYers, or check with your local glass supplier to find someone with the experience and know-how to help you create your own custom back-painted-glass backsplash. Here one works
“Hhss” — seabstian
Daniel Sheehan Photography
Laurelhurst House
area. There was a wall that separated it from the kitchen. The wall had transom windows at the top, which let beautiful light into the kitchen. The low and long windows added to the modern aesthetic.
“fauteuils” — Marc Rapoport
What color tinting and/or what type of Low-e are these windows?
We want to do our beach house with a glare reduction window and these look like they have the color / look we would like to incorporate. Thanks!
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