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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Kitchen Detail
styling props: • Citrus fruit • Campbell's Soup cans • Perfectly aligned bottles of PerrierHey, you know what? They work! Tuck your appliances, herbs, olive oil, etc. into drawers; leave out only the cute canisters or a La Crueset pot, and use one or more of the items mentioned above. This shot balances
“Counters” — maryeileenem
Northern VA and Washington D.C. LED Outdoor Lighting Professional
Enlightened Lighting is a full-service design, installation & maintenance company for LED outdoor lighting. We seek to create a stunning exterior lighting design for every customer, every time.
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat
What else would you prefer to keep near the stove? You may want to clear a cabinet shelf near the stove for cooking spray, cooking oil, shortening, olive oil, salt and pepper, and other items you need when cooking.• Jot down your ideas and make a list of things you need at the store.
“like the drawers for onions/potates. kitchen or panty idea” — tcsmurray
Niche Interiors
23 Reviews
South of Market bedroom
A simple table lamp sporting a retro-inspired olive green paint is just the right shape and scale to fit this bedroom's vintage-modern vibe.
“colors” — brendasews2
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
VP Interiors 2010
block as a portion of your countertop. Tip: If you'd like to chop your vegetables directly on your counterop, use mineral oil, which is safe for food. Olive oil or corn oil on your countertop can become rancid.
“Colour of kitchen” — jao1981
Scheer & Co.
Harlem Apartment - Hall
The entryway was one of the last areas to be painted, but it ended up as Oliver and Killy's favorite detail in the whole apartment. "Once we added the stripes, plants, and installed the rope pendants, walking into and through the apartment became a whole new experience," she says. "Our guests were always
“Stripes” — atueckes
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
The demijohn was originally used to transport liquids. Wine, olive oil, cider, molasses — you name it, a demijohn probably carried it.
“simple” — vronica03
Jackson Design & Remodeling
8 Reviews
Rustic Modern
The high quality and style of this DCS range came without a massive price tag, making it a great choice. Olive accents and floating shelves continue the clean lines of the white ceramic backsplash.
“Note those tile accents” — tonyeads
Joe Carrick Design - Custom Home Design
28 Reviews
Side Exterior
The earthy tones of this Craftsman-style home make the most of the stone exterior. Warm olive green, deep eggplant and ivory trim — instead of bright white — keep this exterior feeling warm all around.
“It's my dream house” — manupira47
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