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Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
Cove House
email me with the size, shape and material you're after, i'll be happy to assist you with this desk order. check out our website www.wisanka.com or contact me directly adminpro@indoor-teak.com for further information. hope this helps. We look forward for your visit and order. Best Regards, Upik Desy
“Wall shelf” — lil_riceguy
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13 Reviews
Karla Trincanello, NJ CID, ASID Allied
CabinetsIf you notice a lot of negative space in your cabinets, make sure to utilize the adjustable shelves. • Take all the shelves out and organize items by category.• Store the heavier, bulkier items on the bottom and place the first shelf about 1 to 3 inches above the tallest item.• Take another category
category of items and again, place the next shelf above the tallest item.If your cabinet isn't equipped with adjustable shelves, grab some inexpensive shelf risers (aka shelf helpers). You can find them at Target, The Container Store and Ikea.
“Storage” — ianavs
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Jennifer and Chris
7. Keep a well-organized, running list for the future. Keep info you will need again (like the name of specialty lightbulbs and paint colors) in a permanent spot so you won't need to scramble every time something needs fixing or replacing. Keep up your three running lists as well: one
one for tools and supplies, another for jobs you'll need a pro's help on and a third for DIY projects.How to use Houzz to track your to-dos
“Leaderboard ledge/ hooks” — heidedi
6 Reviews
Whole-house remodel, Chevy Chase, MD
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Shows the interior of the breezeway and the awesome organization options.
Take off your damn shoes!
Organized mudroom / back entry
“Mud room” — kmkting
Maple & Gray
Maple & Gray Wardrobes
Vacuum pack your clothesGet the most from your wardrobe. Storing jumpers folded on shelves is not space efficient and those woolly piles can easily become untidy. So instead, invest in some large vacuum bags. These ingenious storage solutions allow you to keep out-of-season clothes in the smallest possible
“Built-in closet system” — vickisonusong
Sterling Publishing
100 Ways to Happy Chic Your Life by Jonathan Adler
100 Ways to Happy Chic Your Life by Jonathan Adler
7. Turn the bookshelf into a composition. "Don't think of the bookshelf as a repository. Keep your shelves vital and integrated," says Adler. He enlivened the bookshelf in this home, using it as a large-scale focal point and mixing art, lighting, textures and other "un-bookish things," as he calls them
“Shelves chair rug” — krswilson
kim scodro interiors
5 Reviews
Bucktown Residence
paint a small area of your own wall and observe it during different times of the day. Paint changes so much from space to space. Best of luck.
The Floor Lamp came from West Elm. Thanks for your interest!
We'll organized, clean lines.
Organised and white
“Librero” — danielacorzo
Millbrook Circle Interior Design
4 Reviews
2012 Baltimore Symphony Decorators Show House
Don’t overlook your bedroom ceiling and closet as places to add fun color. Just keep in mind that colors often appear darker on the ceiling versus walls because of how light hits the different planes. Closet walls, too, are often not lit as well as bedroom walls. If you find a color you like but want
want to go a smidge lighter, you can have your paint retailer lighten it. The pink paint color you see here was knocked down to 75 percent strength.
“Closet” — morriskncc
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