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My Houzz: Tim: Akron, Ohio
Whole place has character- hubby likes the veggie-shaped jars. ^_^
I like the kitchen stools and the lights, they are amazing.
Open plan, light, space.
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
A Space Transformed
white cabinet with light counter top
Love the light blue color against white. Add shells and starfish
Lighting and strip of river rock on floor
very nice. love mirror,light fixtures,vanity,tub
all black along the wall then a light/white island
be contemporary and expensive. Old timber cabinets can be given a new lease on chic life with black paint. Contrasting white walls and white glass light fittings keep this room bright and subtly quirky.
Dark and light!...Bear Cookie Jar...pendant lighting
Sean Michael Design
Transitional Living Room
Lights above sofa but lower than typical sconces.
Dark furniture with light walls. Little garden stool as side table. Small sofa.
lights, table and side table
Ginger jar...wall lighting
Echelon Custom Homes
I like displaying something colorful in a clear Jar with Lid!!!
I like the under the cab lighting.
under cabinet lighting
ceiling lighting...recessed lighting
Regan Billingsley Interiors
Beach Guest Bedroom
Shells around the mirror- I like it. Goes with my idea of a shell theme. Would like to collect shells and put them in glass jars of various shapes
Floor mirror with light
light wood flooring...light wood floor...Light Hardwood
David Sharff Architect, P.C.
David Sharff, AIA
What is the light blue paint color used on the walls?
White Cabinets, Light Floor, Butcher block, Pale Blue Wall Color
light walls, floor, cabinets with Black granite.
Like apples in glass jar
under cabinet lighting
Dungan Nequette Architects
Interiors: We wanted to create a throw-back house but with all the modern day bells and whistles. The idea of a house that was only “one rood deep” so that light came in on two or three sides resulted in a great courtyard surrounded by structure. The interiors became a study in wood detailing when we decided
stairwell, where we took a break from all the wood and designed a series of custom steel panels. This house is one where you just wonder through it, the light comes at you from unexpected places, almost barn-like. There are many objects and forms that begin to define multiple cozy spaces.
Windows onto Porch.... Transoms above are cool. More light too.