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Robert Kaner Interior Design
San Marino Island House
Ideabooks17,800
Questions12
the table can be extended for larger groups, the long banquette will provide seating for the extra diners. Although this arrangement again hems some people in, that will be much less of a problem with the large, occasional group than with daily diners.When to use: When flexible seating and table space
“DESAYUNADOR” — antargm
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Niki Papadopoulos
Sky @ MidCity Lofts
Ideabooks27,404
Questions11
Living room. Let your living room look and feel as lively as the people who use it. Take a look at these warm and cool living room palettes, and pick the one that works best with your overall home decor.Living room color
“Wand plus sessel farblich” — elenagus
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
fallingcliff
Ideabooks24,267
Questions10
Some of the most useful patio furniture is very simple. These benches are wonderful for seating a large number of people at a gathering, for sunning and for sitting by the fire pit. More outdoor furnishing ideas: Adirondack Chairs Out in the Yard: 10 Private Retreats
“seats” — deschez
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Ideabooks8,025
Questions14
written a few ideabooks about homes where folks have opted to go tubless, because they never use one, and the Comments section has gone bananas with people admonishing them for ruining resale value. I think attitudes toward bathtubs are changing. I have friends who just put in a big garden tub only to
“Repisas y cajones” — marisoledadbeja
moment design + productions, llc
Village Apartment NYC
Ideabooks9,967
Questions10
the hall on the left.” See how easy that is? But the gesture will immediately make your guests feel more at home.Inside the bathroom you can make people feel even more welcome by having extra toilet paper and fresh guest towels on hand, and lovely soap and lotion on the counter.Extra credit: Take a
“Vanity” — Liz Frey Stefanski
Vignette Design
Wine Country Firepit
Ideabooks12,178
Questions2
Even when the sun is still high and there is no flame in sight, there is something about a fire pit that brings people together.
“Shape size and pit” — Jean Satterfield
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Chelsea + Kiel: Columbus, Ohio
Ideabooks3,338
Questions3
Backsplash tile: Hamilton ParkerSee the rest of this homeMy Houzz is a series in which we visit and photograph creative, personality-filled homes and the people who inhabit them. Share your home with us and see more projects.
“island” — guytess
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks39,340
Questions23
Roll out the welcome mat. This is a great investment for the rest of your home too, as people will wipe their feet on it before entering and keep your home cleaner. If you live in an area that gets mucky, add a boot scraper. Browse doormats
“Pillars” — nicagirl99
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