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LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
palette very minimal. Very little was used other than pine planks, concrete, and white plaster. ‘We interpreted this as a challenge to rethink and play on the notion of shelter,’ Labbé says.
The team kept the material palette minimal. Very little was used other than pine planks, concrete and white plaster
“love that its in the middle of the room.” — Daria Miano
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stephane chamard
4 Reviews
dovercout house
the boldness of this half-half approach. One side is pure white, including the table, vintage lighting, wall clock, open shelving and crockery; the other side is jet black, including the cabinetry and even the fridge. As different as day and night, but a fantastically dramatic result.
few dare the boldness of this half-and-half approach. One side — table, vintage lighting, wall clock, open shelving, crockery — is pure white. The other side, including cabinetry and fridge, is jet black. The two are as different as day and night, and the result is dramatic.
“Open Shelving” — studiob7
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris - Sao Paulo - Brazil
Group images on a theme. Gather framed pieces and other finds on a gallery wall that expresses something about who you are. Arrange them close together vs. around the space for greater impact.
unify this attractive vignette on a covered porch. The variety is expressed by three-dimensional nonframed objects, including the paddles, the fish and other discoveries from the sea. Their presence makes the grouping of framed prints all the more interesting.
“Art wall” — Lynn Robison
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
One leg of the bench is 4 feet long and the other is 6 feet long. - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
Seen from the other end of the room, this looks like it also serves the mudroom function, so it's a perfect spot to keep an eye on the comings and goings of kids too. If
“The table on top of the washer dryer” — Anne Auger
Michelle Hinckley
Michelle's Master Bedroom.
Step 1: Commit to Respecting Each OtherSet an intention from the beginning that you will value each other's opinions and preferences, and lend equal weight to each point of view. Think about blending styles rather than blending
“Color” — lanadaley
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Snug yet elegant powder room
can you share the name and other details on wall paper
This powder room takes advantage of the space underneath the staircase on the other side. A recessed bookshelf follows the angle of the staircase to provide more storage for the client's beloved books. The sink, faucets and accessories
On the other side, a shelf for the homeowner's many books backs up to the barware cabinet. Tour the rest of this antique CapeMore:How to Turn Your Closet Into an
“Basement bathroom” — kaeski
Tara Seawright
colors and mixing the scale, As you can see here, the common thread is the cream background and neutral color range that makes the zebra work with the other fabrics
A seagrass chair is a nice contrast to the upholstered pieces in this room. The bold graphics of the wallpaper, the mix of other prints and the range of textures gives the room an updated, collected look.
Woven Pieces as MainstaysIf you find a woven piece you love, use it as a mainstay. Today’s woven forms are scaled to work well with modern sofas and other pieces, but make sure your vintage pieces are large enough to work in your home too. A great rule of thumb is to measure a woven piece against an u
“Tropical” — lauraleenovy
Becky Harris
The Little House on Cape Cod
A view from the other end...
Look around the house to see what other nooks and crannies you can put to use. Have a window seat? Pull up a coffee table (maybe the one you had to remove from the living room) and flank it with a few extra chairs. Voila, the kids' table!
“regular drop leaf table” — Emily Seaholm
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