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Beth Dana Design
3 Reviews
Coastal Retreat
Ideabooks2,102
Questions1
uncomfortable client interaction in your personal space can have unintended effects that reach beyond a stressful meeting. It can be hard to fight the perceived awkwardness and sense that the confrontation is more personal than it is when it happens in your personal refuge. Mental preparation. The few steps
at all times. It’s is up to your personal habits how easy or realistic that is, but with a house full of kids and pets and life’s clutter, it can be an unreasonable expectation. A separate studio space means you’ll be responsible for controlling the mess. One person’s professional clutter (in theory)
cting or repurposing an outbuilding on your property has some advantages. Privacy. Even a small physical separation creates distance between your personal and professional life. It’s important for both you and your family to define a boundary, a threshold for work. Your clients, as close as they’ll probably
“live in garage” — delyce13
Lisa Adams, LA Closet Design
14 Reviews
The Boutique Closet
Ideabooks11,122
Questions3
Plan for enough rod length. The first rule of thumb when planning your closet is at least 48" of rod length per person in the
at least 48" of rod length per person in the household. Here a dark stained wood built-in closet takes on a masculine seriousness.
rod length- at least 48" per person
Start in your closet when gathering inspiration for your home. This room just may be the key to helping you to translate your personality and style into your living space.
They say at least 48" rod length for each person.
home. This room just may be the key to helping you to translate your personality and style into your living space.
Plan for enough rod length. The first rule of thumb when planning your closet is at least 48" of rod length per person in the household. Here a dark stained wood built-in closet takes on
“yes clean and organized” — edjech
Justrich Design
Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks14,815
Questions5
Decanting the things you buy constantly into airtight containers is definitely something a highly organized person would do. Don’t, however, fall into the slightly less organized person’s trap of buying all of those special containers, decanting everything into them one time and then continuing to
things. Decanting the things you buy constantly into airtight containers is definitely something a highly organized person would do. Don’t, however, fall into the slightly less organized person’s trap of buying all of those special containers, decanting everything into them one time and then continuing to
things. Decanting the things you buy constantly into airtight containers is definitely something a highly organised person would do. Don’t, however, fall into the slightly less organised person’s trap of buying all of those special containers, decanting everything into them one time and then continuing to
“Love the storage containers” — celporter
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Rauser Design
1 Review
Farmhouse Landing Nook
Ideabooks2,817
Questions5
know you don't need my help. You have a place for everything, and you make darn sure everything is in its place, and yet you might be living with a person or two who can't seem to understand this. Do you routinely find yourself, pillow in hand, stalking the house, intent on smothering your loved ones
easier. When something is out of place — say, a piece of paper that overshot the wastebasket or a pencil that rolled off a table — a Naturally Organized person spies it instantly. Lights flash and alarms sound. She scurries to pick it up and immediately put or throw it away. This is reflexive; she doesn't
she can't understand how her Not Naturally Organized loved ones are able to walk right by. Can't they see? The answer is yes and no. I'm sorry.When a person who is Not Naturally Organized walks by something out of place, it's not that she doesn't see it — she probably does, but it just might not be consciously
“White” — xibahe
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Remodel
Ideabooks439
Questions0
Inherited stuff. Oh, this one is tough. I think it can help to think of the loved one whose belongings you now have as they were — in other words, as a person struggling with editing their own possessions, just as you are right now. Grams certainly wouldn't want you feeling weighed down by her china set
stuff you have inherited. Are you ever going to use it? Do you love it for what it is, or do you love it (and hold on to it) only because you loved the person who gave it to you? My advice is to honor your feelings but respect your space. This might mean keeping a single soup tureen (the one you remember
I think it can help to think of the loved one whose belongings you now have as they were — in other words, as a person struggling with editing their own possessions, just as you are right now. Grams certainly wouldn't want you feeling weighed down by her china set
“My advice is to honor your feelings but respect your space. This might mean keeping a single soup tu” — margielynnj
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Guitar Garden
Ideabooks4,339
Questions2
Give a small back yard personality
Get More From Your Small Backyard #9. Give it personality. Character is much more important in a small space. You want something
Give it personality. Character is much more important in a small space. You want something that people will remember it by other than its
something that people will remember it by other than its size. You don’t want guests saying, ‘Oh, what a tiny backyard.’ You want them to pick up on the personality of the space. Primary colors are good for funky furniture to give a space more charm. Or commission a local artist to do some interesting tilework
important to drive character in a small space,” Arthur says. “You don’t want guests saying, ‘Oh, what a tiny backyard.’ You want them to pick up on that personality of the space.” Arthur suggests primary colors for not only kid elements but for funky furniture to give a space more charm. Angus suggests commissioning
“kind of cool to mix stone” — kcampbell4343
Laura Hardin
loft
Ideabooks9,058
Questions12
Comfort: What does each person require to be comfortable? Sharing an office doesn't mean that you need to have identical work areas. Each person's desires should be taken into consideration. Not too long ago, I helped clients who had very different needs for comfort but really wanted to share their home
been designed for a similar couple. There is a desk and chair with a good desk lamp for one person, while there is also a comfortable chair with a side table lit softly from a wall sconce for the other person.
smaller patterns is safer. But a bold pattern, especially in a room like this where there's little visual competition, is vibrant and adds lots of personality.
“Mesa” — Beatriz Estevam
MILLER ARCHITECTS PC
Shilo Ranch Compound
Ideabooks312
Questions0
Get personal. Adding a personal touch to your offer means you’re not just a name on a piece of paper, but a human being who loves and appreciates the home the seller has created. Consider enclosing a personal note with your offer that includes something that
offer, they gave two tickets to the father and son.” In the end winning a bidding war can be as simple as convincing the seller that you’re a good person who just wants the transaction to go as smoothly as possible — which is a win-win, because of course that’s what you want, too.
Get personal. Adding a personal touch to your offer means you’re not just a name on a piece of paper, but a human being who loves and appreciates the home the seller has created. Consider enclosing a personal note with your offer that includes something that illustrates your common ground. For example
“It is so simple” — Glenda Tansey
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