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The Red Jet
blue bedroom
Where can I find a similar dresser, drawers look ideal for organizing! Thanks! PAMELA
“Door (hardware)” — lblandino20
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
Narrow organizing water feature
“"ril" I like them” — laurehalls
Monticello Homes & Development
3 Reviews
Modern Art Studio
interior of every exterior wall. So we used double threaded screws to hang them. You could probably do the same on a drywall interior wall just organizing them so they layout on the studs.
“Hooks wall” — toddzetta
Elizabeth Metcalfe Interiors & Design Inc.
11 Reviews
St. Georges
You can create a different look by having an organizing principle like size or frame color. These all have large white mats, which tend to make everything look gallery-worthy.Guide to Creating a Gallery
“Pictures” — candyirina
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Historic Irving Gill
warm throw, a soft rug and a comfy ottoman to put your feet on. And if you find yourself stuck in the house on a snowy afternoon, why not spend it organizing your books?
“Leather chair” — ericaan1328
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Small bathroom with skylight
width of the room, making it a great choice for a compact bath. A floating toy tray eliminates the need for clunky, wall-mounted baskets or tiered organizing systems, which would only have taken up more of the limited floor space. Tip: "It's not an option for everyone, but if it is, I highly recommend
“Ducha” — adrixcarrasco
Caitlin Wilson
Philadelphia Penthouse
I love the mix of patterns and textures and colors. Nice organizing bins. This is a perfect work environment for someone who is in the design field.
“Cushions” — Ross McKay
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Fire Lane Retreat
cabinetry acts as a warm-toned paneled wall defining a corridor. The wall’s panels conceal door openings and access to other rooms. It’s a commanding organizing element and allows for a hidden passageway — behind the secret door — to become a reality.
“Lighting” — blackwell905fairwaydr
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