Houzz is the new way to design your home.
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walls only part of the way up creates a cozier feeling, tricking the eye into thinking the ceilings are lower than they are. Use wainscoting as a natural guide or simply tape off a line and paint everything below it.
Michael Abrams Limited
repeated shades of blue, brown, fawn, yellow, beige, red and orange wool thread. These days the flame stitch comprises a compound weave that uses natural or man-made fibers. While not likely to be seen in Parham House, the curtains and bed bolster shown here pay homage to the flame stitch pattern with
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
Private Residence - Modern Rooftop Garden
The outdoor lighting takes this rooftop garden, which is spectacular in its own right, to another level. Forget natural and gentle light. This is a neon extravagance that adds a whole new meaning to outdoor entertainment.
house; this was carefully considered when we designed the space,” says Boswell. “The blue of the ocean and sky work in beautifully as a backdrop to the natural timbers, and touches of tangerine and blue provide relevant accents. It’s casual, easy-living beach style – just what we all love when we are on holidays
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
trees are limbed up and planted in a row, hedge-like.The little clipped boxwood balls echo the green, organic shapes of the trees.The cedar fencing is natural rather than painted, silhouetting the sculptural trees; fence boards are aligned horizontally to reinforce the contemporary vibe.
to be moved around. You can find plenty of examples, like this lovely side table, at secondhand stores.But remember, bamboo doesn't have to stay a natural color — it can be brought up-to-date with a lick of paint. Consider an environmentally friendly paint to maintain its eco credentials.
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Kellogg Road Residence
the flow.Decluttering tasks: Step outside your home for a moment and come back in through the front door, taking the time to really notice how you naturally move into the space. Is your furniture arranged in a way that is convenient, or do you nearly bump into something on the way in? Would it be easier
My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
original kitchen cabinetry — a plain, off-white melamine — was replaced with a mix of high-gloss white laminate and stainless steel, with a touch of natural wood for warmth. Beaulieu and Carlo added an island from Ikea with stainless steel cabinet fronts for easy cleanup. This is now the family's favorite