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Tim Cuppett Architects
Country Living 2012
follows function. Architect Tim Cuppett designed this piece to fit the explicit needs of the homeowner. “Always start with function first,” he says. “Materials and details can be altered to fit any desired style.”His stainless steel design was made by a local commercial kitchen equipment fabricator. “In addition
Anna Baskin Lattimore Design
Shady Grove Kitchen
Slate is a popular kitchen and bath flooring material in many natural hues. Its blue tones, as shown here, make it especially perfect for this color trend. If you don't want to have to seal your floor
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
try carpet tiles instead. Pet safety and health, as well as your sanity, depend on smart choices like this. Full story: A Romp Through Pet-Friendly Materials
Coastal Modern by Tim Clarke
Clarke deems "the new Nordic style at the beach." Drawing from Scandinavian modern style, it brings in a light and airy palette, highlights natural materials and celebrates clean lines, good proportions and uncluttered spaces. However, the look is not strictly minimalist. As you can see in this space, fun
Peregrine Design Build
hard it can be to keep things simple. Think of yourselves as the Buckingham Palace guards of whatever comes into your home. Fewer toys makes for less material impact on the environment and more creative play, as studies show.
Break it up. If you have a tall wall like this, add a paint line or horizontal material to define where the ceiling typically would be. A subtle change of direction in wall paneling would also help add to the effect.
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
If you can't make a material change in your space, try using paint for a dramatic effect. Keep the color consistent from ceiling to wall to headboard — here a crisp line defines
InHouse Design Studio
BacksplashesHammered sheet metal makes a great kitchen backsplash. A unified surface, void of the material changes and joints found in tile, it makes for an elegant, textural backdrop.Hammered finishes are usually made from soft metals, such as copper,
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