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Burns and Beyerl Architects
4 Reviews
Cotswolds Manor
Ideabooks3,712
Questions10
Want this couch, smaller version and get two, facing each other. Open to color.
Be Staying?If you don’t plan to remain in the home for long, don’t invest a lot of money in things like window coverings, custom rugs, wallpaper or other items that might not go with you when you move. Choose normal-size furnishings that can work in a variety of settings — not items scaled to that particular
“sofa” — MaryLou Wu
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
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100 Ways to Happy Chic Your Life by Jonathan Adler
Ideabooks4,570
Questions4
different sized boxes and things in the bookcase other than books
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, with reading material.
“Bookshelf” — ebstorey
W Design Interiors
4 Reviews
Whimsical Chicago Traditional
Ideabooks1,493
Questions7
Love the yellow and blue in the joining rooms. They compliment each other nicely and how the colors are tied together in the curtains and accessories.
spite of sharp color transitions. For example, the colorful valance plays off a light green also seen on the back of the antique hutch (left) and in other rooms. The darker blue off the yellow kitchen allows the alcove to visually recede.The family used their previous 100-year-old home in Connecticut as
“blue wallpaper” — Find your Fab
Diane Licht Landscape Architect
Grape Arbor - Overhead
Ideabooks9,451
Questions3
dining room and heaps of fresh table grapes. These vigorous vines aren't too fussy about soil, can withstand periods of drought once established and, other than annual pruning and a little tying up, require little maintenance. Consider planting several varieties of grape on a large arbor for a cornucopia
dining room and heaps of fresh table grapes. These vigorous vines aren't too fussy about soil, can withstand periods of drought once established and, other than annual pruning and a little tying up, require little maintenance. Consider planting several varieties of grape on a large arbor for a cornucopia
“more grape arbor pics” — Beverly Childers
Meredith L. Bohn Interior Design
1 Review
York Show House Bedroom 2010
Ideabooks5,064
Questions6
connecting to other part of house
not the era of uniform bedroom sets. Try using one plain table, covered with a tablecloth or lace, and an antique table or old military chest for the other side.
“Paint color” — terrisimmons
Kitchens & Baths Unlimited
23 Reviews
Barrington Hills Kitchen
Ideabooks2,657
Questions2
This is a strong possibility one day. Drawers primarily. We would need. Vegetable drawer, fruit drawer, meat drawer, other dairy drawer cooked food drawer, beverage drawers for wine, water, soft drinks, ice tea container, lemonade, milk beer.
cubbies on the door of most standard refrigerators aren't an option with glass. You'll need to find an alternative way to store butter, condiments and other staples. The upside: You'll gain a bit of shelf and drawer depth, since there are no door shelves to eat up square footage.
“double fridge, see-through” — Lizzy Woodworth
Tom Hurt Architecture
River Road House_Living
Ideabooks2,732
Questions3
A range of colors are available; this caramel leather version is a warm piece that blends in with other furnishings; it stands out more in black or white.
other side is kitchen
“Bookcase Divider” — vcmalloy
WA design
8 Reviews
Napa Ledge House
Ideabooks497
Questions1
covered in Cor-Ten steel siding. The weathered steel's rusted patina emphasizes the building's shape as it juts out from the background of blues and other natural elements.
covered in Cor-Ten steel siding. The weathered steel's rusted patina emphasizes the building's shape as it juts out from the background of blues and other natural elements.
“Love this material. It is corten steel. Love the entire house” — Megan Pearce
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