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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
White Brick Mediterranean
Ideabooks8,126
Questions11
Cement tiles are typically 8 by 8 inches and run about $15 to $29 per square foot. They’re installed in the same manner as ceramic
“windows...I like the smaller ones that open as well. For front of the house???” — higgins31
kevin akey - azd architects - michigan
11 Reviews
kevin akey
Ideabooks13,671
Questions12
think it works. It's controlled by foot pedals, so you don’t have to worry about your hands touching germs after they’ve been washed.
“water faucet th?” — darrenconstructions
Andrew Frost Interiors
Toorak Residence
Ideabooks2,201
Questions9
1. Adopt subtle symmetryThere’s something visually pleasing about a symmetrical room layout that offers a sense of inner balance. His and hers
“Colour palette” — Amy Masters
Lucy G Creative NZ Photography & Splashbacks
12 Reviews
'Sweet As' printed image on glass kitchen splashback / backsplash
Ideabooks2,532
Questions2
Crayola-coloured stools represent what playing with different shades is all about: fun.
“Colored stools” — Heather Rolinski
VC Design Architectural Services
1 Review
Bedroom, Fulham
Ideabooks667
Questions1
your suiteIf your bedroom has an en-suite bathroom – or you are thinking about creating one – consider fitting double doors that concertina away or fully
“Paint” — robingud
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
14 Reviews
Cozy Powder Bath
Ideabooks11,893
Questions7
architectural features. This well-appointed vintage powder room is really about the contrast between the walls painted in Devine Paints' Truffle walls and
“i like the paint and the trim” — palaceproperties
Peregrine Design Build
13 Reviews
Mudroom Redesign
Ideabooks12,476
Questions4
pockets of coats. This is definitely not a place where you want to forget about the hidden egg: Jackets with long-forgotten rotten eggs in the pockets don’t
“like barn door look” — richardtray
Inspired Interiors
22 Reviews
Traditonal Meets Modern Classic
Ideabooks2,559
Questions6
space in Chicago is many stories above street level. "A huge misconception about Chicago design is that designing in a high-rise is difficult," says Emily
“Bookcase wall” — Brian Conover
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