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Girl bed room
friends and family are. Regardless of how you feel about buying your kids more toys, you face an uphill battle when it comes to getting others on the same page with you. I say it all the time, but let me reiterate: Children don't need to be bombarded with stuff to be joyful. The bright and beautiful child's
“soldatu de la geam” — Tacorian Alina
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
However, don't let the first few pages fool you! The book quickly moves into a wide array of styles, including this vibrant explosion of roses wallpapered in a modern kitchen. "Decorating using floral motifs ... can be a great excuse to go bold," write the Becker and Copestick. Decorate Tip: "Papering
“color of the shelf red” — Nidhi Jain
Amoroso Design
Amoroso Design
check with that of the TV, it's less obvious. See the original question. Browse more TV walls. What's your design dilemma? Tell us on the Questions page!
“Potential layout for Firth formal living” — graemefan
Coger Residential
Hanging House
guidance, it will be helpful to be familiar with what you like. Save photos you like to share with your designer to make sure you are both on the same page.Ask friends for recommendations, browse listings on Houzz and create a short list of pros you think could be a good fit for your project. Ultimately
“Kat would love this!” — katsmom87
Domicile Interior Design
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Astoria Guest Retreat
a pretty tablescape. Tip: If you like to read in bed, make sure the bottom of your lampshade is about at your shoulder height so it illuminates the page.
“End tables ideas” — bibijung
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Houzz Tour: American Traditional Warms Up a Melbourne Coastal Home
time. Just flip through your files and toss anything obviously out of date. (For all the nitty-gritty on what to keep and for how long, check this IRS page.) If certain folders are bulging and you need to keep the contents, move them to a file box and store the box somewhere safe but out of the way, like
“Colors, couch, curtain” — Robert McCoskey
Anston Paving Stones
Malvern Project
that can affect how the rooms are laid out. Look at lots of photos or create a Houzz ideabook to share with your design team so everyone is on the same page from the beginning.
“Open plan kitchen” — Anna Campbell
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
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This outdoor space could be a page right out of a book on medieval Renaissance gardens. Walkways lined with vine-covered pergolas were very common in these types of outdoor areas, and
“the pergola” — fernandoleonetti
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