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James Hargreaves Bathrooms
Lake District Property
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Reflect the period of your propertyThis is my dream bathroom in my dream house – a very simple and elegant freestanding tub that sits beautifully with
scheme works perfectly. Despite the room’s role, you are still aware of the period of the property.
“window frames romantic/charming feel wall panels natural light” — alinejv3
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A hip townhome living room
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d in the early 20th century. ‘The curved shape of the furniture of that period is reflective of Art Nouveau style,’ explains Rebecca Hayes.
d in the early 20th century. “The curved shape of the furniture of that period is reflective of art nouveau style,” Hayes says.Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Arts
“Wood surround” — Jacinda Vincent
Monica Kovacic
Lower North Shore
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home's central courtyard and pool area. "I did it over about a nine-month period and added bits and pieces as I went," he says. The garden is planted with
home’s central courtyard and pool area. “I did it over about a nine-month period and added bits and pieces as I went,” he explains. The garden is planted
“Vegetación al lado del puente” — 177991
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
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always go for appropriated mid-century furniture design that models the period’s shape and style, but mixes up materials or colours. This polished brass
“brick” — jmlttl
Centrum Architects
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Goldfields Ruin
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ruin,” Charles says. “As such the house does not sit into any particular period … and I expect it will still be that way for a long time. That’s a good
ruin,” Charles says. “As such, the house does not fit into any particular period … and I expect it will still be that way for a long time. That’s a good
“Roof line amazing” — Gayle Fidoe
Busybee Design
An Indoor & Outdoor Oasis
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has become popular over the last decade. Although it does not require periodic sanding or sealing as wood does, it is not maintenance free. Mold and mildew
has become popular over the last decade. Although it does not require periodic sanding or sealing as wood does, it is not maintenance free. Mould and
“couch and carpet” — Alexander Sung
Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture
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Urban Retreat
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garden design. It is helpful to choose shrubs with staggered flowering periods and pruning requirements, so that the maintenance will be spread out over
“Big pavers” — nettabutta
Studiodare Architects Ltd
Listed Buildings & Conservation Projects
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Sash windowsSash windows are particularly characteristic of the Georgian period. The windows use a mechanism of weights and pulleys to slide up and down
Sash windows. Sash windows are particularly characteristic of the Georgian period. The windows use a mechanism of weights and pulleys to slide up and down
“Soft wall colours” — cazla
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