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Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Crown Hill Remodel
Ideabooks3,959
Questions6
Love storage or regularly used items
store items used frequently on contertops, ie. cotton balls and swabs
Like the jars with white filled bath items
Consider storing items you use frequently, like cotton balls and swabs, on the counter in
containers on counters of items used
Consider storing items you use frequently, like cotton balls and swabs, on the counter in glass jars. They will look decorative and will always be in easy reach.
Consider storing items you use frequently, like cotton balls and swabs, on the counter in glass jars. They will look decorative and will always be in easy reach.
“Accesorios” — ingridastridmoti
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Marble of the World
6 Reviews
Traditional Kitchen With Large Island
Ideabooks4,200
Questions10
supplier of tiles, slabs and accessory items. Unfortunately, we do not have any information on the on the make or manufacturer of the sink.
Hi Sariat, Thank you for contacting us. Marble of the World is a natural stone supplier of tiles, slabs and accessory items. Unfortunately, we do not have any
paint colors. We are a natural stone supplier of tiles, slab and accessory items. Sorry we could not be of further assistance. Thank you.
Marble of the World is a natural stone supplier of tile, slabs and accessory items. We do not offer lighting or fixtures and unfortunately we do not have information
accessory items. We do not provide custom cabinetry and unfortunately we do not have any information on the product. If you have any questions about natural stone, please contact us. Thanks again
“green island and flooring” — Emerald Valley
John K. Anderson Design
9 Reviews
LONE MOUNTAIN
Ideabooks496
Questions4
as close as 12 in. (30 cm) from your seating. Keep them less than 18 to 20 in. (46 to 51 cm) from the chairs and sofas so that you can easily reach items you set down. Allow at least 42 in. (107 cm) in length or radius for modest-size tables and as much as 66 to 72 in. (168 to 183 cm) for larger-scale
tables: you can place them as close as 12" from your seating. Keep them less than 18 to 20" from the chairs and sofas so that you can easily reach items you set down. Allow at least 42" in length or radius for modest-size tables and as much as 66 to 72" for larger-scale furnishings.
as close as 12 in. (30 cm) from your seating. Keep them less than 18 to 20 in. (46 to 51 cm) from the chairs and sofas so that you can easily reach items you set down. Allow at least 42 in. (107 cm) in length or radius for modest-size tables and as much as 66 to 72 in. (168 to 183 cm) for larger-scale
“LOVE Table” — george_iv
Clean Design
23 Reviews
Living Spaces
Ideabooks628
Questions6
the 2 fabrics: https://product.donghia.com/product-main.cfm?item_desc=ondulato&item=10166&item_type=B&color=008&collection=textiles&category=Plains&subcoll=velvet https://product.donghia.com/product-main.cfm?item_desc=bell'insetto&item=10153&item_type=B&color=009&collection=Textiles&category=Patterns&s
“Salon rideau gris moyen + couleur mur” — elyse014
sarah & bendrix
previos work area
Ideabooks3,778
Questions1
small paper items. Be sure to keep a bin of tacks nearby so you don't end up with endless piles all over the place.
Create an inspiration wall. Inspiration walls are much needed if you like to spend your free time clipping magazines or tend to accumulate small paper items. Be sure to
Create an inspiration wall. Inspiration walls are much needed if you like to spend your free time clipping magazines or tend to accumulate small paper items. Be sure to keep a bin of tacks nearby so you don't end up with endless piles all over the place.
Create an inspiration wall. Inspiration walls are much needed if you like to spend your free time clipping magazines or tend to accumulate small paper items. Be sure to keep a bin of tacks nearby so you don't end up with endless piles all over the place.
“Art” — amaples
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Green Gambrel Dining Room
Ideabooks4,391
Questions7
together pieces that you truly love and want to live with, not just the items that a manufacturer says go together.
Don't buy furniture sets. Mix it up. Choose items you love and want to live with.
considered risqué. Why break this habit? Showcase your personality by mixing together pieces that you truly love and want to live with, not just the items that a manufacturer says go together.
considered risqué. Why break this habit? Showcase your personality by mixing together pieces that you truly love and want to live with, not just the items that a
considered risqué.Why break this habit? Showcase your personality by mixing together pieces that you truly love and want to live with, not just the items that a manufacturer says go together.
“love table and chairs” — jazarva
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Rustic Canyon New Home
Ideabooks35,682
Questions12
Looks like something closer to this faucet: http://www.historichouseparts.com/pdshop/shop/item.aspx?itemid=13104
Looks closer to something I found on this site: http://www.historichouseparts.com/pdshop/shop/item.aspx?itemid=13104
Add a rod. If you have the room, this is a great place to dry items that cannot go into the dryer. An adjustable shower curtain rod can suffice. Keep extra hangers so that items you typically hang in the closet can go right onto them as they come out of the dryer — it makes
“Mud room/ laundry” — shermad
Just a Girl
Just a Girl
Ideabooks52,025
Questions15
structure, as will a bench. Note: If critters are able to sneak into your garage, be careful of what you store; for instance, dog treats and other food items in cardboard boxes may attract them. You may also want to keep shoes and boots from becoming cozy nests by placing them in plastic bins with lids or
in the kitchen because of its chrome finish. You can also add clear mats so that items stand tall and are sturdy.
Store your emergency supplies in a spot that make sense. Now that you have all of those essential items rounded up, fight the urge to stash them in the deepest recesses of your basement
4. Group like items together so they're easy to find. For Chris Carey from Just a Girl, the garage in her Michigan home was a tricky space because it's also the primary
“I could do this now in my garage” — Caren Sorrells
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