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Lucy McLintic
Lucy McLintic
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These shelves would be perfect for my new home - please tell me where to find them.
Going to need new plates, mugs, glasses, etcl
makes it easy to hand wash an item, dry it and put it right back on the shelf. Put only dishes up here that you use often enough that they won't have the chance to get dusty.
DO: Stage your scene.All pictures benefit from a little staging. There is no need to add new items, just focus on removing things
DO: Style your scene.All pictures benefit from a little styling. There is no need to add new items, just focus on removing things that are unnecessary in the composition. Nothing should feel fake or forced. Good staging is really about removal.
choosing some beautiful items for a thoughtful display.
“floating shelves” — lowgundavid
Imprint Architecture and Design, LLC
1 Review
Project One
Ideabooks293
Questions0
"We had no idea how crooked our house was," says Sara. To counter the odd angles, the couple installed new items completely level and away from out-of-plumb work when possible. The floating kitchen cabinet is a good example of this: Since the existing ceiling
"We had no idea how crooked our house was," says Sara. To counter the odd angles, the couple installed new items completely level and away from out-of-plumb work when possible. The floating kitchen cabinet is a good example of this: Since the existing ceiling has a slope, Jeremy and Sara held the cabinet
‘We had no idea how crooked our house was,’ says Sara. To counter the odd angles, the couple installed new items completely level and away from crooked area when possible. The floating kitchen cabinet is a good example of this: since the existing ceiling has
“Knock-through” — bomide
Coveted Home
Living/Media Room
Ideabooks4,567
Questions5
around, not all the pieces are likely to fit — edit to the most-loved pieces, frame and hang favorite artwork and photographs, and pick up a few new items to freshen the space.Just remember, unsolicited “help” may not be welcome — the whole point is to help your parent or grandparent create a space they
around, not all the pieces are likely to fit – edit to the most-loved pieces, frame and hang favourite artwork and photographs, and pick up a few new items to freshen the space.Just remember, unsolicited ‘help’ may not be welcome – the whole point is to help your grandparent create a space they love.
“B/W pictues over couch” — obielann
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Holly Marder
The home of Stella and Joeri
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vignette. "We love to incorporate a mixture of new items with things we love that hold memories," Verbrugge says.
A simple drinks trolley against the exposed brick wall in the living room makes a striking feature. ‘We love to incorporate a mixture of new items with things we love that hold memories,’ Verbrugge
A simple drinks trolley against the exposed brick wall in the living room makes a striking feature. “We love to incorporate a mixture of new items with things we love that hold memories,” Verbrugge says.
“Drinks trolley” — Bayswater Interiors
BLISS HOME
New Items at Bliss Home
Ideabooks1,194
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New Items at Bliss Home
New Items at Bliss Home
“rug” — missmegsmom
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Project in Progress
Ideabooks91,347
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It looks like almost everything in this room came from west elm or cb2. Even if they didn't, you can certainly find things that look like all the items in this room at one of those two companies
like a sofa or a bookcase — leave word with the manager to call you when those things come in. Managers are usually happy to email you a picture of new items. Take a trip to the salvage yards. Builder’s supply salvage is one of the best-kept secrets around. Contractors who have leftover materials from jobs
up your space. Know someone who sews? Have new curtains and pillows made. Have a handy friend? Hang new light fixtures. Know a great photographer? Frame some of his or her photos as new art in your space. Having people you love and trust contribute to your new home immediately fills it with love and purpose
“colors” — Mary Cervantes
moment design + productions, llc
Village Apartment NYC
Ideabooks654
Questions2
A mix of old and new items creates a comfortable and warm feel in the living room. An antique dining room table and a mishmash of chairs are the result of years of collecting
A mix of old and new items creates a comfortable and warm feel in the living room. An antique dining room table and a mishmash of chairs are the result of years of collecting. "The living room has the most amazing glow and so many 'Dora' things around to look at and enjoy," says Shaw. "This room reflects
“Colours” — virginiaelt
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Historic House
Ideabooks5,847
Questions11
8. Mix the old with the new. New items include a heated towel bar, contemporary mirror and hat-box toilet, while old items include the clawfoot tub, pine floors and planked walls and ceilings. A simple color palette lends balance
Mix of new and old
“Bathtub and window” — nic06
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